Nottingham Forest football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the City Ground. Great books about current and former Nottingham Forest players and Nottingham Forest managers and the history of Nottingham Forest football club.
Top recommended books include The Legends of Nottingham Forest, Deep into the Forest, His Way: The Brian Clough Story plus many more in the Nottingham Forest online bookshop
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Recommended Nottingham Forest Books
Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years with Brian Clough
Duncan Hamilton was there through all the madness, the success, the failures, the fall-outs, the drink, and the crumbling of Brian Clough's heady twenty years as manager of Nottingham Forest. He saw it all. From his first day on the job sitting in Clough's office, a nervous, green sixteen year-old sat opposite one of the self-proclaimed giants of the English game, politely refusing a morning whiskey, he would become an integral part of Clough's empire, and eventually one of his most trusted confidants.
The Legends of Nottingham Forest
The rise and fall of Nottingham Forest has been one of football's sadder sights. Twice Champions of Europe, as well as a major force in our domestic game, the City Ground club began 2006 in the third tier of the English League. Supporters who had enjoyed the triumphs of the previous 25 years now had to realign their ambitions.
Nottingham Forest Football Club: An A-Z
Nottingham Forest is an essential reference book for all followers of Nottingham Forest. Packed with stories, facts and figures from abandoned matches to zenith, this book traces the club's history throughout the years.
Clough - The Brian Clough Story [DVD] 
This programme offers a fascinating insight into one of the most famous names in the world of football, legendary manager Brian Clough. Narrated by Pete Postlethwaite, the documentary follows his career from Derby County to Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, charting his immediate impact on the beautiful game and the legacy he left in his wake. Featuring exclusive interviews with those who knew 'Old Big'ead' best, including friends and former colleagues, and of course his wife Barbara and son Nigel, plus plenty of glorious archive footage of the man at his most charismatic.