Nottingham Forest have teased a major news, which has some fans quite excited. Last night, the Reds turned to Twitter to mock up an image that delighted some fans.

On Monday, fans saw for the first time the stunning new signs that have been installed on the Trent End. The streamlined club logo illuminates, signaling a positive move forward.

It appears like it will soon be party time at the City Ground, but not in the football sense. The club has hinted that Take That will perform at the world-famous venue.

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The band is about to embark on another of their high-quality tours, this time in Nottingham. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald are expected to visit the City Ground as part of their tour.

Several other football clubs have created mock-ups of these graphics in anticipation of an announcement. The band has had 12 UK number one songs, and fans of a certain age will soon be rushing to Trentside to catch a peek of the band.

This will undoubtedly be a memorable night at the City Ground. It’s difficult to recall the last time a poor band played on Trentside, though REM have clearly taken center stage at the stadium before.

At the end of the season, Take That will most likely bring their iconic repertoire of tunes. Indeed, if Leigh Wood defeats Josh Warrington on October 7th, the stadium might have a very full summer.
The boyband’s ranks have dwindled over time. Robbie Williams left in the 1990s, and more recently, Jason Orange decided to call it quits.

However, the band’s three remaining members are still going strong. They appear to be on their way to the City Ground in the near future.

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