The wait to see Premier League football back at the City Ground is almost over and the club’s official programme for the opening home game is set to prove a real collectors’ item.
Not since May 1999 and a 1-0 win over Leicester City have Nottingham Forest supporters been able to get their hands on a copy of ‘Forest Review’ in the top-flight of English football. Back then Mark Crossley was between the sticks for the Reds, with other Trentside luminaries including Chris Bart-Williams, Steve Chettle and Carlton Palmer in the line-up.
Now Brennan Johnson and co. are making history for a new generation of Forest fans and the edition for West Ham United’s visit on Sunday 14th August is sure to prove a must-have souvenir, before Tottenham Hotspur come to town on 28th August.Supporters can reserve all 19 issues of the 68-page editions for just £95, or spread the cost with a half-season set with eight programmes for £42 up to the winter break. Order you must-have memorabilia from HERE.