Britt Assombalonga insists this summer was “the right time” to leave Nottingham Forest . The 24-year-old striker has been speaking ahead of his return to the City Ground for the first time since he left the Reds for Middlesbrough for £15m. He admits he’s not expecting a warm reception from the home fans, despite being one of their favourites when we wore a Forest shirt, scoring 30 goals in 65 league games for the club. But he is adamant leaving the Reds was the right decision.
A short new Nottingham Forest film will premiere at the City Ground ahead of the Reds’ Championship clash with Middlesbrough – and if you’re inside the stadium to see it, it’s almost certain to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Made by exactly the same team behind the blockbuster hit ‘I Believe in Miracles’, led by Jonny Owen, the three-minute film will be played for the first time ever at around 2:50pm on Saturday.
We will bring you all the build-up to the Reds' Championship clash with Middlesbrough at the City Ground, plus live updates throughout the 90 minutes and lots of post-match reaction. We will also keep you up to date with the latest transfer news. So join us throughout the day to make sure you don't miss anything.
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