Nottingham Forest shared details of two fixture changes during the festive period on their official Twitter page on Monday.
And, as to be expected, a number of Forest fans were quick to flock to the news as a result.
The Reds have been on the march following Steve Cooper’s appointment, with the new boss averaging two points per game in his seven fixtures in charge.
He’ll soon be overseeing the club in what will be a busy Christmas period, and Forest have now had home games against Huddersfield Town and Barnsley rescheduled.
They were due to host Huddersfield on Wednesday 29th December, however, that game has been moved back 24 hours for live Sky Sports coverage on Thursday 30th December.
The club’s next City Ground fixture against Barnsley, initially scheduled for New Year’s Day, has been put back by 48 hours, with a new 3pm kick-off on Monday 3rd January.
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Forest fans react
That has ruined several supporters’ plans, with many venting their frustrations on Twitter, with one labelling the changes as ‘infuriating’.
“What an absolute joke!! Some of us work over Christmas and New Year and i had requested my shifts off to go both and now I’m working them again! This happens so often it’s infuriating”
“Noooooooo! Not the new years day fixture!”
“No football on New Years Day? Shambles from whoever made that decision”
“Thanks @EFL. Zero consideration shown to those who attend games yet again.”
“Do you just nod your heads to these muppets constantly changing fixtures?”
“Sick to death of fixtures being dictated by Sky!”
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