When did Nottingham Forest win the European Cup in 1979?
Nottingham Forest 1978-1980 Daniel Taylor Nottingham Forest’s ‘miracle men’, the side who won back-to-back European Cups in 1979 and 1980, are set to become the latest team to inducted to the National Football Museum Hall Of Fame at a ceremony in Nottingham tonight, Thursday 3 November 2016.
Who was the manager of Nottingham Forest in 1980?
Brian Clough football manager celebrating after his Nottingham Forest team had beaten Hamburg to win the 1980 European Cup. Pic via Mirrorpix. Forest were that team: they did all the above as well as knocking Liverpool, the double European Cup winners, off their perch, long before Sir Alex Ferguson coined the phrase.
Why are Nottingham Forest in the Football Hall of Fame?
Yet Forest, at their peak, passed the ball as though they were playing on a bowling green and it is only right that a place has been reserved for them in the Football Museum’s Hall of Fame. A lot of those players have always wondered why they never seemed to receive the credit of other successful English teams.
What was the score of Nottingham Forest v Malmo?
Nottingham Forest 1 v Malmo 0. Only some 27 months after languishing in eighth place in the Second Division, Nottingham Forest are champions of Europe.
What was the score of the 1980 European Cup Final?
The final saw Nottingham Forest of England defeat Hamburg of West Germany by a score of 1–0. In the 21st minute, John Robertson squeezed a shot past Hamburg keeper Rudi Kargus for the only goal of the game, and Forest then defended solidly, to give Nottingham Forest back-to-back European Cup titles.
Who was at Camp Nou with Nottingham Forest?
They did it with five players – Viv Anderson, Martin O’Neill, Ian Bowyer, Tony Woodcock and John Robertson – who were there from the start and the journey took them from five points off the relegation places into Division Three, with sub-8,000 gates, to Camp Nou, taking on Barcelona for the Super Cup.