Wednesday, 26 October 2011
New Forest manager Steve Cotterill struck an agreement with City earlier on Tuesday to bring in the 20-year-old left-back on a deal until the end of December.
Cunningham insists he did not hesitate to take up the offer and he is now looking forward to playing for such a prestigious club.
"I first became aware of Forest's interest midway through last week and had the weekend to think about it," Cunningham told Forest's official website.
"To be honest it was a no brainer. Forest is a massive club with a great history and tradition and it's an honour to have the opportunity to play for them.
"I'm delighted to be here and can't wait for Saturday's game against Hull."
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
The French midfielder's previous deal expired at the end of last month and there had been speculation he would leaveThe City Ground.
But Moussi has put pen to paper on a new agreement and is excited about the prospect of working for manager Steve McClaren.
He explained: "I spoke a lot to the other lads when I was in France and they told me a lot of positive things about the new manager.
"I already knew he was a good coach and I'm looking forward to working for him.
"I'm very happy now I'm back at Forest … now it's time to get down to work."
McClaren flew to the south of France to speak to Moussi face to face while contract negotiations were ongoing.
And the player added: "It was a good act of him to get a plane to France. It was something I appreciated and it made me happy."
Moussi reported back for training with The Reds today having spent the last three weeks working at a specialist camp in France.
JONATHAN Greening today said he would love the honour of captaining Nottingham Forest – but only after he has earned the right to do so.
The midfielder is already thought to be high on the list of potential skippers this season, following his £600,000 move from Premier League Fulham.
But, while Greening says he would love the chance to fill the void left by the departure of Paul McKenna, he believes the captaincy is something to be earned, rather than demanded.
"I was captain at West Brom for two years," said 32-year-old Greening. "And Steve McClaren will know me well, because I have played under him for five years at Manchester United and Middlesbrough.
"But there are probably other players who deserve the captaincy more than me.
"I would rather come into the club, settle in and try to play well. I hope I can use my experience to help the team, if I can.
"But when I was captain at West Brom, it was in my fourth full season at the club.
"I knew the club at that point and, when I got the armband, I felt as though I had earned it, you know?
"I think there are a few players ahead of me in the pecking order at Forest; players who deserve it more than me.
"If the manager tells me he wants me to be captain, I am obviously not going to turn it down.
"But, as a player just coming into the club, I think you are sometimes better to have somebody who knows the club already.
"Perhaps in a couple of years' time I might get it."
Greening has signed a three-year contract at the City Ground, which could take him to his 36th birthday.
"There is plenty left in the tanks," said Greening.
"I am a fit guy and, touch wood, I have not had a major injury during my career. The longest I have been out injured is four weeks.
"And I have not missed a day of training at Fulham in two years.
"I played 230 games on the spin for West Brom in five years.
"I am quite lucky in that respect. Fingers crossed that will continue for a couple of years yet."
Friday, 1 July 2011
The Republic of Ireland international, who started his career with The Reds, will undergo a medical this afternoon with a view to signing a two-year contract.
Monday, 13 June 2011
The 50 year old has signed a three year contract and will meet the media for the first time as Forest manager on Thursday.
Chief Executive Mark Arthur said: "The club moved quickly to secure his services as it is rare for a manager and coach of his undoubted calibre to be available.
"Steve has a proven track record of coaching and managing at club level, having played a key role in helping Manchester United secure the Champions League trophy, three Premier League titles and an FA Cup; guided Middlesbrough to the League Cup and also to the final of the UEFA Cup and led FC Twente to their first ever Dutch title.
"We are delighted to have him on board at The City Ground."
Friday, 3 December 2010
Nottingham Forest's Championship game at The City Ground, which was scheduled to take place tomorrow, has been postponed due to the extreme weather.
Although the pitch is playable, the safety of supporters was at the heart of the decision which was taken this morning after consultations between both clubs, the Football League and local authorities.
Approach roads and pavements around The City Ground remain treacherous and the arctic conditions have caused problems within the stadium with several pipes bursting overnight.
And with another night of sub-zero temperatures forecast there's little possibility of the situation easing.
Chief Executive Mark Arthur said: "It's not a decision that was taken lightly but the safety of both sets of supporters, as well as our staff, is of paramount importance."
A new date for the game has yet to be decided.
Tickets for the game will be valid for the rearranged fixture.
Supporters unable to attend the rearranged game will be eligible for a full refund from the Ticket Office once a new date for the game has been finalised.
Thursday, 2 December 2010
Former Forest favourite Steve Hodge and super scout Maurice Edwards will make an appearance at the state-of-the art City Ground Megastore this Saturday ahead of the Championship clash with Bristol City.
Ex-England International Steve Hodge will be in the store to sign copies of his autobiography ‘The Man With Maradona’s Shirt’.
Maurice Edwards, the chief Scout of Clough and Taylor and trusted friend for 20 years, will also be in store to sign copies of his book “Brian and Peter a Right Pair: 21 Years with Clough and Taylor”.
Fans can come down to the store between 11:00 – 12:30 on Saturday to meet Maurice who will be happy to sign any product that is purchased in store on the day, adding a touch of magic to a Christmas gift for a Forest fanatic. Steve, who had two spells at Forest during his playing career from 1980 – 1985 and then again from 1988 – 1991, will be in store between 12.30 – 1.30.
The 2010 collection of Christmas gifts is now in store, with something for everyone. Toddlers will love the bath time duck and Forest beanie bear, while teenagers can look the part with the on-trend Forest fashion lines, or, perhaps a new scarf and glove set to keep warm this winter.
For the man in your life, there are plenty of car and golfing accessories that will allow him to show his true colours whether he is on the road or on the course. For the loyal lady, a Forest robe and slipper set will keep her comfortable and cosy this Christmas, while the exclusive range of jewellery and watches will please both him and her.
In addition to visiting the store at The City Ground, fans can also see a complete range of exclusive and authentic Forest merchandise, including the cracking Christmas gift collection, by visiting the online store at www.nottinghamforestdirect.com.