Yesterday some footage emerged on social media of Nottingham Forest’s famous 4-2 FA Cup win over Premier League giants Arsenal in 2018.
A brace by Eric Lichaj and goals from Ben Brereton and Kieran Dowell ensured Forest knocked out the previous season’s winners.
Per Mertesacker and Danny Welbeck scored for the Gunners but their efforts proved in vain against a superb Forest.
With Reds supporters reminiscing on Twitter, we at Nottingham Forest News had a look at the team from that day and discussed where they are now.
GK – Jordan Smith
Now 25, Smith is still at the City Ground and is currently the deputy for number one goalkeeper Brice Samba.
Smith played the final two games of the 2019/20 campaign but hasn’t played yet this term.
RB – Eric Lichaj
The scorer of two goals against Arsenal, Lichaj was a fan favourite on Trentside.
After two seasons with Hull, he departed for Turkey in the summer and now plays for Karagumruk.
CB – Joe Worrall
Another who is still at the City Ground, Worrall played in all 46 league games for the Reds last season.
After starring during 2017/18 he was sent on loan to Rangers for a season before returning to the City Ground and establishing himself.
CB – Michael Mancienne
The versatile defender left Forest in 2018 to sign for New England Revolution.
He has played 31 times for the MLS outfit, scoring one goal during his time in the United States.
LB – Armand Traore
The defender has played for Rizespor and Cardiff since leaving Forest in 2018.
Traore hasn’t officially retired but is still on the lookout for a new club.
CM – David Vaughan
Left Forest to sign for Notts County but was released following their relegation to the National League.
Vaughan enjoyed a sound career, winning 42 Wales caps and spending time at Sunderland, Blackpool and Real Sociedad.
CM – Ben Osborn
Signed for Sheffield United for £3.5 million in the summer of 2019.
Osborn divided the City Ground fanbase like no other but he’s now a regular in the Blades team.
RW – Matty Cash
Signed for Aston Villa in the summer for £16 million and is busy taking the Premier League by storm.
Cash played 41 times for Forest last season and won the club’s Player of the Year accolade in his final campaign at the City Ground.
AMC – Kieran Dowell
Finally departed Everton permanently to sign for Norwich in the summer.
After 10 goals in 43 games for Forest he spent time with Derby and Wigan before finding a new home at Carrow Road.
LW – Zach Clough
The 25-year-old is still at the City Ground, although…
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