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The Nottingham Forest property hails the ‘BEST fans in England’ with the most championship visitors

The Nottingham Forest property hails fans as ‘the BEST in England’ with fallen giants recording top assists on days away at the Championship

  • Nottingham Forest had a rough start to the season, but fans are not fazed
  • The historic club is down at 18th place, but has the best away support in the Championship.
  • His assists at home are only surpassed by Sheffield United’s numbers.
  • The head of the forest, Miltiadis Marinakis, released a message praising fans of the forest


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Nottingham Forest has the strongest away support in the Championship and defended the loudest on Loftus Road, with their owners in awe of the noise.

The 2,285 visiting fans never stopped singing as QPR led for most of the second half on Friday, and their roars finally paid off when Jack Colback fired a tie in injury time.

Forest might be stuck in 18th after a miserable start with Chris Houghton, but with a championship-leading average of 2,779 fans riding with them, they are thriving on the road.

Nottingham Forest fans have recorded the highest entry gates in the championship season

Nottingham Forest fans have recorded the highest entry gates in the championship season

The forest boss, Miltiadis Marinakis (right), has been encouraged by the support of the fans this season.

The forest boss, Miltiadis Marinakis (right), has been encouraged by the support of the fans this season.

The forest boss, Miltiadis Marinakis (right), has been encouraged by the support of the fans this season.

The two European Cup champions are undefeated in five away from home, winning four. Miltiadis Marinakis, a key decision maker at Forest and the son of owner Evangelos, sent a message of appreciation to fans.

‘Can we have another crowd at full capacity tomorrow? Best England fans, ” the Greek businessman tweeted ahead of Sheffield United’s visit to the City Ground on Tuesday.

The Blades are the only team to boast a higher home assist than Forest with Bramall Lane welcoming an average of 27,475 this season, according to EFL Statistics.

City Ground’s 24,246 are good enough for a clear second place, but Forest fans will lean on each other to drown the support of the seventh-place Blades.

Jack Colback scored a last-gasp draw in front of loyal Forest fans at QPR on Friday.

Jack Colback scored a last-gasp draw in front of loyal Forest fans at QPR on Friday.

Jack Colback scored a last-gasp draw in front of loyal Forest fans at QPR on Friday.

Forest manager Steve Cooper leads a revival at City Ground after a terrible start

Forest manager Steve Cooper leads a revival at City Ground after a terrible start

Forest manager Steve Cooper leads a revival at City Ground after a terrible start

Birmingham and West Brom are the only other clubs to surpass the 2000 mark on average when traveling this season, while Hull, Barnsley and Preston are at the bottom of the standings, all attracting fewer than 850 fans.

Forest’s loyal endorsement demonstrates the history of the great club, which continues to fight to return to the English top flight after 22 years away.

After finishing last in the championship and still without a win seven games into the season, Forest fired Houghton and named former Swansea coach Steve Cooper.

Since then, they have been revived. A loot of 17 points in eight games has knocked a talented team out of the last three and six points from the play-offs, for which Cooper qualified in consecutive seasons in Wales.

That’s the goal of Marinakis, whose father bought the club in 2017 with his sights set on reaching the Premier League and being ‘there to stay’.

The Greek is also heavily involved with his family’s shipping company and was able to celebrate the last tie on the ground at Loftus Road.

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