Boss is not happy! The owner of Forest considers raising the manager

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Boss is not happy! The owner of Forest considers raising the manager and trading team. After 22 new players drowned.

Nottingham Forest owner Ivangelos Marinakis is report considering sacking manager. Steve Cooper and the team involved in the transfer of players. After the team’s impressive performance. disappointed in battle English premier league football. This season even grabbing 22 new players on the transfer market. 

Last summer the Rangers were at the bottom after eight games in the league, most recently losing 4-0 to Leicester City on Monday night. This is the fifth consecutive defeat so far, leaving the team behind Forest in trouble.

Forest spent more than 150 million pounds in the summer, recruiting 22 new players to join the army. Major kickers such as Morgan Gibbs-White (Wolves, £26.5m), Tyvo Awoniyi (Union Berlin, £18.45m), Neco Williams ( Liverpool )£18m), even Jesse Lingard ( Man Utd free agent). Who is expect to the club’s top paid earner – but such a massive spending could not help the two European champions. Satisfactory performance at the time. 

The report states that Marinakis is considering sacking a number of behind-the-scenes staff, including head of transfers George Syrianos, chief scout Andy Scott and director Den Murphy. The club and Steve Cooper, the manager as well.

The media also reported that Rafa Benitez would be a top candidate if Cooper was sacked, but the Spaniard recently showed no interest in the Forest boss position. Their next fixture will be the City Ground against Aston Villa on Monday night, October 10.