Nottingham Forest Under-23s head coach Jack Lester is reportedly set to join Chesterfield as manager. According to Sky Sports, the former Spireites striker is close to returning to his former club and taking charge of the first-team. Reports state Chesterfield are finalising compensation with Forest and hope to make the appointment by Wednesday. On Tuesday night, however, the Spireites’ official twitter account posted: “There will be no comments made regarding the managerial vacancy at this time.
Nottingham Forest face Fulham on Tuesday night looking to end a run of three successive defeats. But should boss Mark Warburton make wholesale changes to his team? We want to know what your starting line-up for the midweek Championship clash at the City Ground would be. Just as he did against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup last Wednesday night, the manager made eight changes at Villa Park on Saturday.
Nottingham Forest are looking to put an end to a three-match losing run when they welcome Fulham to the City Ground on Tuesday night. And you can watch Reds reporter Paul Taylor give his thoughts on the match in our latest Forest video. Mark Warburton’s side were toppled 2-1 in front of the Sky Sports cameras at Aston Villa on Saturday, coming under fire from fans and the manager for a limp first half performance.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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