Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper is about to be rewarded with a new contract following the club’s promotion to Premier League for the 2022/23 season.
The Welshman has been in charge of the Reds since 2021. The 42-year-old has done more than enough to win the owners’ trust. Since Nottingham Forest has some tricky Premier League games at the start of the campaign, much more is expected.
And to bolster Forest’s chances of staying back in the top flight, Steve Cooper is expected to remain at the club for a long time. The Telegraph is reporting the manager had flown to Greece to meet with the club owner Evangelos Marinakis Μαρινάκης on the future of the club.
Steve Cooper has only a year left on his current contract with Nottingham Forest. But the two meetings would mean greater height for the club’s chances in the Premier League.
Forest is back in town after a twenty-two-year absence with credits to Steve Cooper, who’s behind the club’s upsurge in form.
“The players deserve the opportunity to be in the Premier League, and there’s no doubt we deserved to get promoted.
“I’m proud of the football club, and we’ve reminded the world how big and how special this club is. Said Steve Cooper, as exclusively reported by the telegraph.
Nottingham Forest is one of the most successful English teams on the continent, with two Champions League trophies in 1978–79 and 1979–80.