It seems they’re willing to forgive him on this occasion, because the team managed to get three points in the bag.
I’m not so sure that the tone would have been the same if Luton had held out for victory.
Speaking after his side’s 3-1 victory over the Hatters, Forest boss Sabri Lamouchi said that although his side were able to pick up three points, the performance, particularly in the first half was very lacklustre, and needs to be improved on going forward:
“It’s not fantastic, but the reaction was good. The way we played the first half was not so well, much better in the second half, enough to win the game. Of course happy with the result to win at home, for the future of the season it’s really important, but we need to play a lot better than what we played, especially in the first half.”
And it would appear as though the fans agree with Lamouchi on this point, and rather than make their point in an angry manner, they used it more as a point of encouragement.
Best thing to happen to this club in my lifetime was appointing him.
— dylan jackson (@DylanJackson02) January 19, 2020
Great 3 points, but Sabri is right that we have to be out of the blocks quicker! That said, on 3 cylinders and we’re still near the top… COYR!!
— Rickhardo (@Rickhardo6) January 19, 2020
He’s absolutely right. We have to be much better at home especially. Getting away with it won’t see us through… Great opportunity this season.
— Ian Goodacre (@ureds47) January 19, 2020
He’s spot on need to take the game by the scruff of the neck and dominate these teams can’t complain but some tough games coming up next.
— andy tilly (@lord_plop) January 19, 2020
— Paul Warburton (@LERedDogWarbo72) January 19, 2020
He’s right 👍
— el Bosque 🇪🇸 (@elbosque_nffc) January 19, 2020
Spot on as usual boss 👍🔴⚪
— Martin Fretwell (@FretwellMartin) January 19, 2020
I love him and his turtleneck ❤❤😍
— Jamie North (@JamieNorth1) January 19, 2020
Does Forest's home form concern you?
Now the question is, will he actually be able to implement it? The good news is we won’t have long to find out, as they get set to play Reading tomorrow night at the City Ground.