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Steve Cooper, the manager of Nottingham Forest, and his family are being threatened by an unknown enemy.

Steve Cooper’s tenure with Taiwo Awoniyi and Ola Aina at Nottingham Forest has abruptly ended, after the manager was fired on Tuesday due to a run of unsatisfactory performances.

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Cooper leaves the team after a turbulent and inconsistent 23-year stint that included leading Forest back to the Premier League.

This season, the Welsh manager is the second in the Premier League to lose his position.

Though Cooper did well; rescuing Forest from relegation in 2021/22, the current season has been a different story.

It’s time to adapt

The club’s owner, Evangelos Marinakis, thought a change was necessary after the team had only three victories and nine losses in 17 games, which included a six-game losing streak.

Marinakis declared, “Recent performances have been unacceptable.” “Immediate improvements are required.”

Cooper’s promotion was confirmed, but the huge transfer binge that saw Forest bring in 44 players at various points in time did not produce the desired effects.

In 55 Premier League games, the fired coach could only muster 12 victory.

A run of bad performances, which culminated in the 2-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur, ultimately sealed his fate.

Marinakis acknowledged his admiration for Cooper’s accomplishments despite the dismissal. He praised the manager’s commitment, saying, “His return to the Premier League will forever be etched in Forest’s history.”

Next action

As rumors have it, Forest is already making plans for life beyond Cooper and is reportedly considering Nuno Espirito Santo, the former manager of Wolves, to succeed the Welshman.

Nuno was recently fired by Al-Ittihad, a Saudi club.

The Super Eagles’ Awoniyi and Aina, as well as the rest of Nottingham Forest’s squad, will be eager for a change of fortune if the Portuguese boss takes over as they attempt to avoid Premier League relegation once more.

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