The official Nottingham Forest Twitter account has released some images of current players wearing retro shirts and many fans are buzzing.
The post features first team players Brice Samba, Joe Worrall, Matty Cash and Joe Lolley sporting kits from past years and loads Forest supporters have reacted with excitement.
Vintage shirts featured in the club’s images include the 1993-95 away shirt worn by Worrall and shot-stopper Samba sporting the wacky design of the 1991-93 goalkeeper home shirt, made famous by Mark Crossley. Many Forest fans are buzzing over seeing the old kits made fashionable again on some of the current side’s biggest names.
Nottingham Forest are currently fifth in the Championship table on 60 points, comfortably within the bracket to qualify for a place in this season’s play-offs once the football season resumes.
These Reds fans have flocked to the club’s post to show their excitement. A couple of supporters have described the designs as ‘outstanding’ and ‘phenomenal’ whilst another has said the club’s admin is ‘worth every penny’ they get paid. Check out some of the best replies below:
— Kim (@kimnffckim) May 6, 2020
Whoever does the graphics at Forest is worth every penny. Brilliant stuff.
— Nick (@NickBrookz) May 6, 2020
This is outstanding work.
— Ells (@dick_ee) May 6, 2020
These look awesome!! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
— Dan ‘NFFC’ Phillip (@danNFFCphillip) May 6, 2020
Phenomenal 👏👏 absolutely love these
— Greg (@gergmitch) May 6, 2020
Forest fans, if you could bring back a retro design, which one would it be? Let us know in the comments below!
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