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24 Sep, 2014

Spurs 3-1 Nottingham Forest

Spurs come back from a goal down to win 3-1 against the Championship leaders. Both teams make comprehensive changes to their starting line-ups with Tottenham starting with a completely different eleven from the home defeat by W.B.A. at the weekend. Debutant Jorge Grant puts the visitors ahead on the hour mark but the Londoners prevail with strikes from Ryan Mason, Roberto Soldado and Harry Kane.  Spurs will meet Brighton at home in the next round. Forest fans wear green sweatshirts in tribute to their former manager Brian Clough on the tenth anniversary of his death.

30 Aug, 2014

Nottingham Forest 1-0 Sheffield Wed

Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury scored the winning goal against Sheffield WednesdayHenri Lansbury scores a header in the 37th minute to put Forest ahead in the first half  but Sheffield give a stern challenge to try to keep their unbeaten run alive with Steve May coming close three times before half time but keeper Karl Darlow continously makes fine saves to keep his side in the lead tp the end. Gray:

It shows how far we have came as a team, to be sat here disappointed, to feel we should have got a point and maybe even could have won. We dominated the second half and we just couldn’t get a break. Their goalkeeper was probably man of the match, that tells you something.

23 Aug, 2014

Nottingham Forest 4-0 Reading

forestMichail Antonio heads in the first goal in the 17th minute to put Forest ahead and that is all for the first half. Antonio prods in the second in the 47th and Matty Fryatt’s header makes it three six minutes later. Britt Asombalonga seals the win in the 64th minute with a notch from close range. Pearce:

The most important thing for me is not the result, it is how quickly the new faces have settled into the team.I have to give credit to all the players who were already here, for making them feel welcome. But the new lads have settled in really, really well. It is the most pleasing thing for me about the start. You expect it to take time for a new player to fit into the squad. But the new signings have really hit the ground running.

9 Apr, 1989

Nottingham Forest 3-1 Luton Town

Holders Luton return to the scene of their epic 1989 League Cup win over Arsenal but cannot repeat the feat as Forest claim the trophy for the third time. Two goals from Nigel Clough and one from Nigel Webb see Forest overturn a halftime deficit to run out 3-1 winners in front of just 76,130 at Wembley.

17 Mar, 1979

Nottingham Forest 3-2 Southampton

Southampton appear in their first League Cup Final but fail to stop Forest becoming the first team to win the trophy two years running.  A Wembley crowd of 96,952 sees Birtles score twice for the champions.  Woodcock also nets for Forest to counter strikes from Peach and Holmes for the Saints.

22 Mar, 1978

Nottingham Forest 1-0 Liverpool (Replay after 0-0)

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The League Cup final goes to a replay for the second year running after a goalless draw at Wembley. Forest win the replay at Old Trafford thanks to a controversial John Robertson penalty.  TV replays show that the foul occurred outside the penalty area. A crowd of 54,375 see Forest become the first team to win the League and League Cup double.

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