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Nottingham Forest 2009/10 Home kit Small

Nottingham Forest 2009/10 Home kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★

This rare kit is in excellent condition. It has beautiful neck detailing that was the trademark of Umbro that year. It featured Umbro's Climate Control. The suprises do not stop here as you can see that it also features a special anniversary emblem. The size is Small.

The club's traditional home kit is red, and they are often referred to as the "Reds." The red jerseys have led to another nickname, "Garibaldi Reds," a reference to Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian revolutionary leader associated with the color red.

Nottingham Forest is the only club in England to have won the European Cup (now known as the UEFA Champions League) back-to-back. They achieved this remarkable feat in the 1978-79 and 1979-80 seasons under the management of Brian Clough.

Nottingham Forest is often affectionately referred to as the "Tricky Trees" by their fans, a nickname that has become synonymous with the club.

Nottingham Forest F.C. had a fairly successful 2009/10 season in English football. Here is a summary of their performance in various competitions during that season:

  1. Football League Championship (Second Division): Nottingham Forest finished in 3rd place in the Championship during the regular season. They accumulated 79 points, narrowly missing out on automatic promotion to the Premier League.

  2. EFL Championship Playoffs: Nottingham Forest qualified for the playoffs and reached the semifinals but were defeated by Blackpool, who eventually won the playoff final and earned promotion to the Premier League.

  3. FA Cup: Nottingham Forest had a decent run in the FA Cup, reaching the fourth round before being eliminated by Birmingham City.

  4. Football League Cup (Carabao Cup): Forest reached the fourth round of the League Cup, where they were eliminated by Blackburn Rovers.

In summary, Nottingham Forest had a strong showing in the Championship during the 2009/10 season, narrowly missing out on promotion to the Premier League

Some of these players include:

  1. Lee Camp: Lee Camp was the team's goalkeeper and a key figure in their defensive setup. He played a crucial role in keeping clean sheets and making important saves.

  2. Chris Cohen: Chris Cohen was a versatile midfielder who was known for his work rate and ability to control the midfield. He was an influential presence in the team.

  3. Paul Anderson: Paul Anderson was an attacking midfielder or winger who provided creativity and assists for the team. He was known for his pace and skill on the ball.

  4. Dexter Blackstock: Dexter Blackstock was a forward who was one of the team's top goal scorers during the season. He provided a goal-scoring threat up front.

  5. Lewis McGugan: Lewis McGugan was another key midfielder known for his ability to score from set pieces and long-range shots. He contributed with goals and assists.

  6. Robert Earnshaw: Robert Earnshaw was a forward who had a good goal-scoring record and provided valuable attacking options for Nottingham Forest.

  7. Kelvin Wilson: Kelvin Wilson was a central defender who played a significant role in the team's defense and helped maintain their solidity at the back.

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