I think it might be a little bit too early to start talking about it, but after a convincing 4-0 victory, I don’t think you can really blame Forest fans for getting this excited.
Plus when you take into account the game in hand they have after the Reading postponement, if they can keep up at the pace they’re currently going, and then win that game as well, then the dream of promotion isn’t really out of reach.
I suppose after having been through so much since they were last in the Premier League, the idea of being so close to the Premier League, even if we haven’t got to Christmas yet, is just too much to resist for Nottingham Forest fans as they well and truly believe that promotion is going to happen this year.
Such is the effect that Sabri Lamouchi has had on the club since he arrived in the summer, that the victory over QPR almost seemed like a tipping point in the eyes of a number of fans.
— r o s s (@Bousfi3ld_) November 27, 2019
After watching two decades of failure you try to not get too carried away, but what Sabri is building here is special.#NFFC
— Forest Logic (@ForestLogic) November 27, 2019
We’re going up this year, I can feel it 😍😍
— ftblszn (@ftbl_szn) November 27, 2019
@waynehutcho what a manager, what a season. Win the game in hand and we’re 3rd, 4 points off top 😮 and not hit top form yet
— Daniel 🇪🇺 (@ChefDHutch) November 27, 2019
— Under Siege (@ww1wga) November 27, 2019
Dare we dream
— Robert Rae (@RobertR31279978) November 27, 2019
why are forest getting promoted? Makes no sense
— anish 🤑💯 (@ak17z) November 27, 2019
Will Nottingham Forest get promoted this season?
Will they be able to sustain this sort of form for the rest of the season though?