2010–11 Nottingham Forest F.C. season

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Nottingham Forest F.C.
2010–11 season
Chairman England Nigel Doughty
Manager Scotland Billy Davies
Stadium City Ground
Football League Championship 6th
Football League Championship play-offs Semi-Finals
FA Cup Fourth Round
League Cup First Round
Top goalscorer League: England Lewis McGugan (13)
All: England Lewis McGugan (13)
Highest home attendance 29 490 vs. Derby County (Championship, 29 December 2010)
Lowest home attendance 19 411 vs. Burnley (Championship, 12 April 2011)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010–11 season was Nottingham Forest's third season in the Football League Championship, following promotion from League One in the 2007–08 season after spending three years in the third tier. Forest remained in this division after losing in the 2010 Football League play-offs. In addition to the Championship, Forest also entered the League Cup in the first round, where they were knocked out by Bradford City and the FA Cup in the third round, where they eventually were knocked out by West Ham United in the fourth round. In the league Forest once again made it the playoffs, losing to eventual winners Swansea City.

Summary[edit]

Forest announced their first pre-season friendly very early, the beginning of April the previous season, away at local neighbours Mansfield Town.[1]

Early May saw Forest sign their first player of the new season, with the announcement that Radosław Majewski would be signing for Forest on a three-year deal, after a successful season-long loan, for £1 million.[2] A day later, a second friendly was announced, for the same night as the Mansfield game. Forest would send a team to Prenton Park to play Tranmere Rovers.[3]

On 20 May 2010, Forest announced that they would play Peterborough United and Kidderminster Harriers in friendlies on the same date.[4]

Changes to members of the Forest Academy were seen on 2 June. Shane Redmond, Jordan Fairclough, Jean Biansumba, Danny Elliott, Tim Hopkinson, Sean McCashin, Carl Sibson, Matthew Sykes, George Thomson, Max Wright and Tony Diagne were all released with none of them making first team appearances. However, 5 youth players were offered new contracts. Mark Byrne had spent a successful season on loan at Rushden and Diamonds to earn his contract, with Young Player of the Year Karlton Watson, Tom Mullen, Zannettos Mytides and Kieron Freeman also earning new contracts.[5]

Forest announced their 5th pre-season friendly against League One Playoff runners-up, Swindon Town, to be played on 31 July 2010.[6] It was announced on 16 June that Forest would play Champions League semi-finalists Olympique Lyonnais at the City Ground, to be played 28 July.[7] More foreign opposition was confirmed in the form of SC Olhanense to be played during Forest's pre-season stay in Portugal.[8]

July started with the announcement that longtime player James Perch was to leave the Reds for newly promoted Newcastle United. Perch signed a 4-year deal for an undisclosed fee.[9]

Two more players left the City Ground after Perch, but this time in loan switches. Mark Byrne made his way to Barnet [10] and Joe Garner to Huddersfield Town [11] both on six month long deals. Between these two deals, Forest won their first pre-season match 2–1 with goals coming from Robert Earnshaw and Matt Thornhill against Portuguese outfit S.C. Olhanense. Forest's first games on English soil saw them send out two teams to Mansfield and Tranmere. An arguably better side lost 2–0 to Tranmere, whilst a different eleven beat Mansfield 2–1. Three days later Forest again sent out two sides. A youthful Forest side saw them lose 3–0 to Kidderminster and a first team lost 1–0 to Peterborough, last season loanee George Boyd getting the goal for Peterborough.

Forest displayed an impressive performance against top European side Lyon, despite losing 3–1, and then went on to lose against Swindon in the final pre-season game, Kelvin Wilson on return from injury scoring an own goal. This completed Forest's programme of pre-season fixtures and was followed by Forest's first new arrival. Ryan Bertrand came to Forest on loan from Chelsea, until the turn of the year.[12]

A day before Forest kicked off their season opener they let Julian Bennett go out on loan to fellow Championship side Crystal Palace for 6 months to help him get game time after being out with an injury for 18 months.[13]

The fixtures were released on 17 June and saw Forest play relegated Burnley at Turf Moor. 3 days before the match Forest defender Luke Chambers put pen to paper on a new 2 deal to see him stay at the club until 2012,[14] however The Reds went on to lose their first fixture 1–0. The following week Forest played their first home league match of the season against Leeds United. Dexter Blackstock headed in an early goal to give Forest the lead, but was followed by Leeds getting an equaliser before the break to see the match finish in a draw. Reading were Forest's next opponents. Forest played well for the whole game but managed to go down 1–0. However, after a freak error from the opposition keeper, Robert Earnshaw took full advantage to open his account for the season and to gain a point for his side. Forest's second home match saw them get a 3rd consecutive 1–1 draw against Norwich City. Dexter Blackstock fired Forest into the lead from the penalty spot, but Norwich managed to get an instant equaliser.

September began with Forest giving Millwall an early lead in a hardly fought match. However Blackstock struck again late on to earn a point, salvaging Forest's unbeaten home record stretching from a year earlier. The next game saw McGugan get his first start of the season, which proved to pay off. Forest dominated the game and unlucky to go in at the break losing. However, McGugan scored two brilliant goals to give his side their first away win of the season and was the beginning of an excellent run of form for the player. Forest met Hull City in front of the Sky Sports cameras and played out a bore-draw 0–0. Forest's next game had nothing boring about it though. McGugan scored two more for himself as well as Radoslaw Majewski scoring one to see Forest comfortable beat promotion hopefuls Swansea City with class. A late consolation for The Swans could do nothing to stop Forest claiming an impressive 3 points. Paul McKenna then got his first goal of the season, all be it with a lot of luck, from outside the area to help Forest earn another home point against Sheffield United.

Forest started October with two away games against Yorkshire opposition. The first was against Doncaster Rovers which ended in a tight 1–1 draw, Blackstock scoring first before Adam Lockwood struck back quickly. Forest then travelled to Barnsley and despite a fantastic strike from McGugan, the Reds played poorly and lost 3–1. However they turned this around with two impressive home displays. McGugan again scored a wonder goal to see off Middlesbrough 1–0 before scoring possibly his best goal of them all against Ipswich Town. He made a free kick from 35 yards right into the top corner after David McGoldrick's first ever City Ground goal to win 2–0. However Forest's poor away form saw them end the month on a low with a 2–1 defeat to Portsmouth, despite a Paul Anderson opener.

November was a successful month for Forest. It began with a good away point at Watford, courtesy of another McGugan belter. Then Forest played Coventry City at home. It began with a Chambers own goal, but this was put right a few later with a great strike from Majewski. Chris Cohen then bagged his first goal of the season to give Forest a 2–1 win. Forest fought out a 0–0 draw with the league leaders Queens Park Rangers and then played the league leaders again but this time it was Cardiff City away. McGugan yet again scored from outside the area to give Forest a first half lead and then Blackstock got a late goal to secure the win. However the afternoon ended a sour note with Blackstock getting a bad leg injury, ruling him out for the rest of the season. This paved the way for Nialle Rodney to make his first ever Football League appearance, all be it only for a few minutes. Forest made two mid-season loan signings on 25 November, the loan signing deadline. These were in the form of Sheffield Wednesday striker Marcus Tudgay with a view to a permanent deal [15] and Arsenal wonderkid Aaron Ramsey on loan till January.[16] However these two new faces couldn't help Forest again ending the month badly due to their away form, losing 1–0 to local team Leicester City.

Due to the poor weather conditions Forest's games against Bristol City, Scunthorpe United and Middlesbrough were all postponed, meaning they only played two games throughout December. Forest overran Crystal Palace at home with a 3–0 win, with Luke Chambers, Marcus Tudgay and Garath McCleary all getting their first goals of the season. Forest signed American striker Robbie Findley on 23 December after he was released from Real Salt Lake, subject to a work permit.[17] Then they played against their biggest rivals Derby County which saw Forest get their biggest crowd for 8 years. Luke Chambers got his second goal in as many matches with just two minutes on the clock to give Forest the lead. Despite a Derby setback, Marcus Tudgay bagged two goals against his home town club to send Forest into the break with a 3–1 lead. Robert Earnshaw got a goal against his former club followed a quick Derby goal to make the score 4–2. With a few minutes left Earnshaw made the score emphatic, making it 5–2 and extending Forest's unbeaten home record to 30 league games.

Forest started the New Year slow, going down 2–0 to Barnsley at home. However Forest were handed a lifeline when McGugan scored a penalty and then Nathan Tyson got an equaliser for the Reds in a match they deserved from. Forest got a good away victory against Ipswich Town 2 days later, winning 1–0 courtesy of an own goal. On 12 January Forest released young professionals Tom Mullen and Robbie Gibbons from the club.[18] Forest's next home game was against Portsmouth and for the majority of the game they were losing 1–0. However with 3 minutes left Portsmouth scored an own goal to equalise the game and then in stoppage time Tudgay grabbed a winner to give Forest all 3 points. Earnshaw then scored a late winner at Pride Park to Forest a second win of the season against rivals Derby. This was the first time Forest had done the double over Derby for 21 years. Forest then continued their winning run with 3 wins over Bristol City, Coventry City and Watford taking them into February in 2nd place.

The month continued well with a 1–1 draw away at league leaders Queens Park Rangers despite Forest's Majewski getting sent off. Forest then had their game in hand, away to lowly Scunthorpe United. However, Forest missed the chance to keep pressure on the top club by slumping to a disappointing 1–0 loss. Forest did not let this affect them thought. They beat promotion candidates Cardiff for the second time in the season with an impressive 2–1 home win to take them back up to second. Forests next home game was against bottom club Preston. The game looked to be finishing 1–1 before Chris Cohen scored what looked to be a winner deep into stoppage time. However even later in stoppage time Preston scored again to deny Forest a win. Away draws to Millwall and Middlesbrough saw them enter March in the playoffs.

Forest's 18-month home run finally ended at the hands of Hull City who beat The Reds 1–0. A further loss to Sheffield United away and a home 0–0 draw to Doncaster Rovers meant Forest had slipped far from the automatic places and were on the verge of slipping out the playoff places. This was confirmed when Forest conceded 11 goals in just 3 games all against promotion rivals, Swansea City, Leeds United and Reading, heading into April.

Forest got their first win in 10 matches against Burnley thanks to a brace from David McGoldrick. This boosted Forest's spirits and gave them belief they could still make the playoffs. This was again dealt a blow however when they lost 2–1 away to Norwich City. A week later Forest were back into the playoff places. They led three times before finally seeing off Leicester City 3–2. Forest then beat Bristol City, Scunthorpe United and Crystal Palace to secure themselves sixth place and a Playoff Semi-Final against Swansea City. Young goalkeeper Karl Darlow made his debut in the away game at Crystal Palace, playing 15 minutes for in the place of Lee Camp, who was brought off with a slight ankle injury.

Forest finished in sixth place in the league which meant they drew Swansea City in the Semi-Finals of the Playoffs, with Cardiff City playing Reading in the other semi. The first leg was played at the City Ground, where despite Swansea going down to ten men early on, it finished 0–0. The second leg saw Swansea get two goals in quick concession in the first half. Robert Earnshaw managed to get a goal back before hitting the post but in stoppage time, with Lee Camp out of his net due to a Forest corner, Swansea hit them on the break and got a third goal to finish the tie.

The draw for the First Round of the League Cup was made on 16 June, with Forest playing the same team as last season, but this time it would be played at Bradford City's Coral Windows Stadium.[19] Forest scored first in this fixture with the goal coming from young midfielder Matt Thornhill with a well placed finish. However, the home team managed to get an equaliser to take the game to extra time and then got the winner to progress to the next round, despite an encouraging performance from Forest. Also in this fixture, young players Nialle Rodney, Kieron Freeman and Robbie Gibbons all made it onto the bench for their first time in their careers, although they did not make an appearance.

Forest entered the competition in the Third Round due to them competing in the Football League Championship. The draw was made on Sunday 28 November 2010 at Wembley Stadium and pitted Forest against Preston North End from the same division at Deepdale.[20] Forest had won in the league away the previous Monday and made sure this form continued into the FA Cup. Despite a first half goal from Preston, Paul Anderson and Luke Chambers made sure Forest were in the draw for the Fourth Round. The draw, held on 9 January, handed Forest an away trip to Premier League outfit West Ham United.[21]

Squad stats[edit]

Appearances and Goals[edit]

This is a list of the First Team players from the 2010–11 season.[22] Playoff stats are included under Championship.

Last updated on 17 May 2011
No. Nat Pos Player Total Championship FA Cup League Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 Northern Ireland GK Lee Camp 51 0 48+0 0 2+0 0 1+0 0
3 England DF Ryan Bertrand 19 0 19+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
3 England DF Paul Konchesky 15 1 14+1 1 0+0 0 0+0 0
4 England DF Luke Chambers 49 7 45+1 6 2+0 1 1+0 0
5 England DF Wes Morgan 51 1 48+0 1 2+0 0 1+0 0
6 England DF Kelvin Wilson 10 0 8+2 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
7 England MF Paul Anderson 39 4 28+9 3 1+0 1 1+0 0
8 England MF Lewis McGugan 45 13 36+6 13 2+0 0 1+0 0
9 Nigeria FW Dele Adebola 32 3 4+25 2 1+1 1 0+1 0
10 Wales FW Robert Earnshaw 38 9 27+9 9 1+1 0 0+0 0
11 England FW Nathan Tyson 35 2 12+20 2 0+2 0 1+0 0
12 England MF Garath McCleary 22 2 7+12 2 0+2 0 1+0 0
15 England MF Chris Cohen 47 2 43+1 2 2+0 0 1+0 0
16 Wales DF Chris Gunter 47 0 42+3 0 2+0 0 0+0 0
17 England FW David McGoldrick 24 6 11+11 5 2+0 1 0+0 0
18 England MF Paul McKenna 35 2 31+2 2 1+0 0 0+1 0
19 France MF Guy Moussi 34 0 26+6 0 1+0 0 1+0 0
20 England FW Marcus Tudgay 24 7 20+4 7 0+0 0 0+0 0
22 Scotland FW Kris Boyd 13 6 8+4 6 0+0 0 0+1 0
23 England FW Dexter Blackstock 18 5 13+4 5 0+0 0 0+1 0
24 Wales MF Aaron Ramsey 5 0 2+3 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
24 United States FW Robbie Findley 2 0 0+2 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
26 England MF Matt Thornhill 1 1 0+0 0 0+0 0 1+0 1
27 Republic of Ireland DF Brendan Moloney 8 0 7+1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
28 Poland MF Radosław Majewski 28 2 21+6 2 1+0 0 0+0 0
29 England DF Julian Bennett 3 0 0+3 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
33 England DF Joel Lynch 15 0 8+4 0 2+0 0 1+0 0
38 England GK Karl Darlow 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
43 England FW Nialle Rodney 3 0 0+3 0 0+0 0 0+0 0

Top Scorers[edit]

Includes all competitive matches. The list is sorted by league goals when total goals are equal. Playoff stats are included under Championship.

Last updated on 17 May 2011
Position Nation Number Name Championship League Cup FA Cup Total
1 England 8 Lewis McGugan 13 0 0 13
2 Wales 10 Robert Earnshaw 9 0 0 9
3 England 20 Marcus Tudgay 7 0 0 7
= England 4 Luke Chambers 6 0 1 7
5 Scotland 22 Kris Boyd 6 0 0 6
= England 17 David McGoldrick 5 0 1 6
7 England 23 Dexter Blackstock 5 0 0 5
8 England 7 Paul Anderson 3 0 1 4
9 Nigeria 9 Dele Adebola 2 0 1 3
10 Poland 28 Radosław Majewski 2 0 0 2
= England 15 Chris Cohen 2 0 0 2
= England 12 Garath McCleary 2 0 0 2
= England 11 Nathan Tyson 2 0 0 2
= England 18 Paul McKenna 2 0 0 2
15 England 3 Paul Konchesky 1 0 0 1
= England 5 Wes Morgan 1 0 0 1
= England 26 Matt Thornhill 0 1 0 1
Own Goals 2 0 0 2
TOTALS 69 1 4 74

Disciplinary Record[edit]

Includes all competitive matches. Players with 1 card or more included only. Playoff stats are included under Championship.

Last updated on 17 May 2011
Position Nation Number Name Championship League Cup FA Cup Total
Y YY R Y YY R Y YY R Y YY R
GK Northern Ireland 1 Lee Camp 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
DF England 3 Ryan Bertrand 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
DF England 3 Paul Konchesky 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0
DF England 4 Luke Chambers 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0
DF England 5 Wes Morgan 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0
DF England 6 Kelvin Wilson 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
MF England 7 Paul Anderson 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
MF England 8 Lewis McGugan 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
FW Wales 10 Robert Earnshaw 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0
FW England 11 Nathan Tyson 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
MF England 12 Garath McCleary 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
MF England 15 Chris Cohen 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 1
MF Wales 16 Chris Gunter 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0
FW England 17 David McGoldrick 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
MF England 18 Paul McKenna 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0
MF France 19 Guy Moussi 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0
FW England 20 Marcus Tudgay 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0
FW Scotland 22 Kris Boyd 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
FW England 23 Dexter Blackstock 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
MF Wales 24 Aaron Ramsey 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
MF Poland 28 Radosław Majewski 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1
DF England 33 Joel Lynch 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

# Pos Player From Fee Date
28 MF Poland Radosław Majewski Poland Polonia Warszawa £1 Million 1 June 2010
24 FW United States Robbie Findley United States Real Salt Lake Free 23 December 2010
20 FW England Marcus Tudgay England Sheffield Wednesday Undisclosed 5 January 2011

Out[edit]

# Pos Player To Fee Date
2 DF England James Perch England Newcastle United Undisclosed 5 July 2010
42 MF Republic of Ireland Robbie Gibbons Cyprus Alki Larnaca Released 12 January 2011
26 MF England Matt Thornhill Scotland Hibernian Free 21 January 2011

Loans In[edit]

# Pos Player From Start End
3 DF England Ryan Bertrand England Chelsea 5 August 2010 3 January 2011
20 FW England Marcus Tudgay England Sheffield Wednesday 25 November 2010 3 January 2011
24 MF Wales Aaron Ramsey England Arsenal 25 November 2010 3 January 2011
3 DF England Paul Konchesky England Liverpool 31 January 2010 4 May 2011
22 FW Scotland Kris Boyd England Middlesbrough 8 March 2011 31 May 2011

Loans Out[edit]

# Pos Player To Start End
31 MF Republic of Ireland Mark Byrne England Barnet 14 July 2010 3 January 2011
14 FW England Joe Garner England Huddersfield Town 21 July 2010 3 January 2011
29 DF England Julian Bennett England Crystal Palace 6 August 2010 3 January 2011
14 FW England Joe Garner England Scunthorpe United 31 January 2011 31 May 2011
31 MF Republic of Ireland Mark Byrne England Barnet 2 March 2011 31 May 2011
43 FW England Nialle Rodney England Burton Albion 8 March 2011 5 April 2011
21 GK England Paul Smith England Middlesbrough 8 March 2011 31 May 2011

Academy Out[edit]

# Pos Player To Fee Date
GK Republic of Ireland Shane Redmond England Chesterfield Released 2 June 2010
DF England Jordan Fairclough England Shepshed Dynamo Released 2 June 2010
FW Republic of Ireland Jean Biansumba England Shepshed Dynamo Released 2 June 2010
MF England Danny Elliott England Tamworth Released 2 June 2010
FW England Tim Hopkinson United States Old Dominion Monarchs Released 2 June 2010
DF Northern Ireland Sean McCashin Spain Jerez Industrial Released 2 June 2010
DF England Carl Sibson England Shepshed Dynamo Released 2 June 2010
DF England Matthew Sykes England Loughborough Dynamo Released 2 June 2010
MF England George Thomson Spain Jerez Industrial Released 2 June 2010
MF England Max Wright England Shepshed Dynamo Released 2 June 2010
DF France Tony Diagne France CM Aubervilliers Released 2 June 2010
FW Scotland Tom Mullen England Sheffield Released 12 January 2011

Club[edit]

Coaching Staff[edit]

2010–11 is Billy Davies' 3rd season with Nottingham Forest.
Position Staff
Manager Scotland Billy Davies
Assistant Manager Republic of Ireland David Kelly
First Team Coach England Julian Darby
Goalkeeping Coach Wales Peter Williams
Assistant First Team Coach England Chris Fairclough
Head Physiotherapist England Andrew Balderston
Physiotherapist Northern Ireland Steve Devine
Physiotherapist England Andy Hunt
Youth Academy Director England Nick Marshall
Youth Academy Coach England Russel Lovett
Youth Academy Coach England Tony Cook
Head Academy Scout Greece Tasos Makis
Medical Consultant Republic of Ireland Dr Frank Coffey
Chief Scout England Keith Burt
Performance Coach England Darren Robinson
Kit Manager England Terry Farndale
Football Analyst England John Harrower
Club Consultant England David Pleat

Last updated: 11 May 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

Kit[edit]

Supplier: Umbro
Sponsor(s): Victor Chandler

Home
Away
Third
Goalkeeper Home
Goalkeeper Away
Goalkeeper Third


Other Information[edit]

Role Nat Name
Chairman England Nigel Doughty
Chief Executive England Mark Arthur
Finance Director England John Pelling
Associate Director England Tim Farr

Competitions[edit]

Championship[edit]

Table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Queens Park Rangers (C) (P) 46 24 16 6 71 32 +39 88 Promotion to Premier League
2 Norwich City (P) 46 23 15 8 83 58 +25 84
3 Swansea City (P) 46 24 8 14 69 42 +27 80 Qualification to League Championship playoffs
4 Cardiff City 46 23 11 12 76 54 +22 80
5 Reading 46 20 17 9 77 51 +26 77
6 Nottingham Forest 46 20 15 11 69 50 +19 75
7 Leeds United 46 19 15 12 81 70 +11 72
8 Burnley 46 18 14 14 65 61 +4 68
9 Millwall 46 18 13 15 62 48 +14 67
10 Leicester City 46 19 10 17 76 71 +5 67
11 Hull City 46 16 17 13 52 51 +1 65
12 Middlesbrough 46 17 11 18 68 68 0 62
13 Ipswich Town 46 18 8 20 62 68 −6 62
14 Watford 46 16 13 17 77 71 +6 61
15 Bristol City 46 17 9 20 62 65 −3 60
16 Portsmouth 46 15 12 19 52 60 −8 57
17 Barnsley 46 14 14 18 55 66 −11 56
18 Coventry City 46 14 13 19 54 58 −4 55
19 Derby County 46 13 10 23 58 71 −13 49
20 Crystal Palace 46 12 12 22 44 69 −25 48
21 Doncaster Rovers 46 11 15 20 55 81 −26 48
22 Preston North End (R) 46 10 12 24 54 79 −25 42 Relegation to Football League One
23 Sheffield United (R) 46 11 9 26 44 79 −35 42
24 Scunthorpe United (R) 46 12 6 28 43 87 −44 42

Updated to games played on 7 May 2011.
Source: The Football League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Results Summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
46 20 15 11 69 50 +19 75 13 8 2 43 22 +21 7 7 9 26 28 −2

Last updated: 11 July 2011.
Source: Football League

Results by Round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
Ground A H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H A A H H A H A H A
Result L D D D D W D W D D L W W L D W D W L W W D W W W W W W D L W D D D L L D L L L W L W W W W
Position 18 19 20 18 17 15 17 11 11 11 15 13 10 13 14 10 10 6 9 8 8 10 7 8 6 5 4 2 4 4 2 4 5 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

Last updated: 11 July 2011.
Source: competitive matches
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

Matches[edit]

Competitive[edit]

Championship[edit]

Last updated: 28 April 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

Championship play-offs[edit]

Last updated: 25 June 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

League Cup[edit]

Last updated: 25 June 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

FA Cup[edit]

Last updated: 25 June 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

Pre-season and Friendlies[edit]

Last updated: 25 June 2011
Source: Nottingham Forest F.C.

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