Nottingham Forest boss Cooper eager to embrace Clough history

Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper is happy to embrace the club’s past success under Brian Clough.

Forest meet Liverpool in the FA Cup quarterfinals today.

“We will always stand on their shoulders and rightly so,” says Cooper, who is tasked with bringing the glory days back and has lost just four of 32 games since arriving in September.

“It’s something we should embrace and be proud of. And of course we will try to create new chapters. That is the exciting bit for me.

“I was always interested in what Forest achieved and have delved into it more since being at the club.

“I’ve had the honour of meeting some of those greats. A lot still live in the area and come to the games. It is a natural thing for me to learn about the history and values of the club. It helps you feel part of who you work for.

“Forest is a big club with a massive fan base but it is still built on togetherness and a city coming together for match day, a real sense of belonging.

“To do that, you need to continue looking after people and treat them right going forward.”

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