Nottingham Forest confirmed on Thursday that tickets for their trip to West Brom later this month have sold out.
And, as to be expected, a number of Forest fans were quick to share their positive thoughts on the news on social media.
Forest have been a club on the up following Steve Cooper’s appointment back in September. He’s won four of his eight games in charge so far, losing just the once, with The Reds now eight points clear of safety.
Forest revealed earlier in the week that a sold-out allocation of 2,200 fans will make the trip to Reading on November 20.
And now, Cooper’s side will once again be backed in full numbers, with a trip to The Hawthorns on Friday, November 26 selling out.
Forest thanked fans after all the tickets were snapped up, labelling the backing as ‘magnificent’.
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Forest fans react
This is what these Forest supporters had to say in reply to the official club post, with many hailing how fans have ‘gone wild’ and one labelling it as ‘unbelievable’.
“Over three weeks away and sold out already. Fantastic showing again.”
“Reds have gone wild this season. Tickets selling out quickly”
“Unbelievable support once again. Cannot wait.”
“Absolutely tremendous support both home and away! That’s both Reading and now WBA sold out”
“Very good from the fans!”
“I was fortunate enough to get a ticket but it’s pretty ridiculous how it wasn’t based on loyalty points”
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