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Nottingham Forest confirm departure of head coach Steve Cooper


Steve Cooper has today been relieved of his duties as head coach of Nottingham Forest, following a spell of over two years in charge.

Cooper departs The City Ground having played an integral part in Forestís return to the Premier League, cementing himself firmly into the Clubís rich history after guiding The Reds back into Englandís top-flight.

Appointed as head coach in September 2021, Steve galvanised Forestís extraordinary rise up the Championship table and into the play-offs, culminating in a memorable win over Huddersfield Town at Wembley Stadium in May 2022. He then went on to manage the team for 55 matches in the Premier League.

Owner Evangelos Marinakis said: ďEveryone at Nottingham Forest would like to thank Steve for his superb contribution to our football club. His achievement in guiding Forest back to the Premier League will undoubtedly remain an iconic moment in the Clubís history.

ďWe thank Steve for his dedication and commitment during his time with us, as well as the incredible connection he forged with our supporters and the city of Nottingham.

ďSteve will always remain a friend of the Club and will forever be welcome at The City Ground. We wish him well in his future endeavours.Ē

The Club will make a further announcement on the appointment of a new head coach in due course.

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