Nottingham Forest ‘yoof’ have been mocked online after posting a video of themselves from the Derby County training ground.
The seven second clip shows a bunch of kids running up to the entrance of the newly relegated side’s training centre, the committed a disgusting act on the side of the building… placing a sicker on the window.
@nffcfan0 uploaded the footage, writing: “Fun time at #DCFC training ground today 😁😁 #NFFC #nottinghamforest #ureds”
— J (@nffcfan0) June 26, 2022
Video views racked up very fast, and within the first hour it has over 9,000, and of course majority of the comments made a dig at the youngsters’ harmless bit of fun on a Sunday afternoon with nothing better to do.
It comes days after the Rams lost manager Wayne Rooney, resigning from his position at Pride Park with the club still in administration.
According to reports, the ex-Manchester United and England player has decided to complete his coaching badges in the next few months and further his education in football. He also wants to spend more time with his family whilst he can.
Rooney surprised many, including Derby’s potential owner David Clowes on Friday by walking away with speculation immediately claiming that he had a club lined up — however his plan is said to be focusing on his coaching knowledge before linking up with anyone else.
Rooney, 36, is halfway through a Pro Licence course and recently went to Toulon for the Under-20 tournament as part of his training.
Like John Terry, he now plans to visit top clubs at home and abroad to learn more and is also to enrol in the LMA management course.
🗣 “If you don’t get an owner, you can’t offer new contracts.”
Derby County defender Curtis Davies says it’s one thing trying to keep players under contract at the club right now let alone attract new players to the club. pic.twitter.com/fEATAb4Nso
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) June 23, 2022
His loyalty to Chris Kirchner kept him committed to the Rams — however when the American failed to deliver his cash, it seemingly left in angered and considering his future.
Rooney looked at the prospect of building a squad from scratch, with Clowes still to complete his deal, a summit ended in his resignation and now Rooney’s assistant Liam Rosenior is to take on the role, though it remains to be seen if that will be permanently as Clowes and administrators Quantuma focus on getting their rescue package accepted by the EFL.
League chiefs could force Derby to start the season with youth, Rams’ playing staff are due back to their Moor Farm training ground — with just FIVE registered senior pros still at the club ahead of their opening League One fixture against Oxford United on the 30th of July.
Rosenior, 37, will be assisted by first-team coach Jake Buxton for now having recently been linked with the Blackpool job.
However, with a decision yet to be made over Clowes’ takeover bid, the club remains in limbo and needs completion for the rebuild to start.
As mentioned, Nottingham Forest ‘yoof’ have been mocked online after posting a video from the Derby County training ground…
@AshFlude: There’s a line and you’ve crossed it fella
@TJ_DCFC: Fucking hell! No place in football for this sort of violence…
@samueldcfc: You know it’s bad when their own fans are telling them to delete it ahahaha
@1865FTID: Please stop
@gingerjeffs: Some kids having some fun with a sticker and some fans call it embarrassing while another tags the police 🤣🤣 let the kids have fun Jesus
@myles_dcfc: No place in football for hooligans like him! #dcfc #nffc
@dcfc_jr: Hope no one was hurt! 😡
@1865luke: @NottPolFootball @DerbyPol no need for this in the modern game lifetime ban needed
@nathanhorobinn: can’t tell you how unbelievably weird this is, poor kids
@thomasutr_: @DCFCPolice No place in the game for hooliganism like this
@GREENYPUNXI: I am a Forest fan and even I think you should delete this 😂
@tom_A05: 3 year ban for this hooliganism
@SpoonsHeather: One tweet that sums up a fan base 😂 #dcfc #nffc
@matijakrajnik92: Lock them up. Criminal damage is no laughing matter.
@_Bish___: this is too far. #dcfc
@SheepShagger111: Something seriously dysfunctional with notts fans given the season they’ve had Spend more time on #DCFC than their own.
@PageDcfc: Absolutely no need for this behaviour
@elladcfc: when i was 14 i was not going down to the forest training ground and putting a sticker on their door thinking i’m a hooligan and i’m glad 😭😭
— Wayne Rooney’s Derby (@Dcfc145) June 26, 2022