Forest Green Rovers


Forest Green Rovers have confirmed that Liam Noble has left the club to be closer to his family in the North East. Liam Noble joined Forest Green Rovers in June 2016 when he followed manager Mark Cooper from League Two Notts County. Noble captained Rovers in its promotion season to League Two. Forest Green manager …

Cheltenham Town and Forest Green Rovers met last night in the Checkatrade Trophy derby at the LCI Rail Stadium. The League Two teams’ form have been contrasting, with Cheltenham Town unbeaten in four games and Forest Green Rovers sitting at the bottom of the table with three straight defeats. Cheltenham made eight changes to the …

Isaiah Osbourne’s arrival at Forest Green Rovers represents a tacit acknowledgment on the part of manager Mark Cooper that his struggling team requires additional bite in midfield. Unable to keep a single clean sheet in Sky Bet Two this season, porous Rovers find themselves lodged in the relegation zone and in danger of being cut …

SCOTT Laird believes Forest Green Rovers will pull clear of the League Two relegation zone just as soon as he and his team-mates eradicate the unforced errors that have become a feature of their season so far. Promoted from the National League via the play-offs, the self-styled “little club on the hill” has found the …

Much-travelled 19-year-old striker Olly Mehew has rejoined Forest Green Rovers following a short loan spell with Taunton Town. Mehew signed for Taunton only three weeks ago and was due to stay with the Evo-Stik Southern League club until the New Year. The youngster was on Blackburn Rovers’ books before joining Bristol Rovers where he went …

Liam Noble had quite a bit to say when the thorny issue of perceived nepotism reared its head at the New Lawn in the week. Forest Green Rovers’ captain was provoked into delivering an angry verbal salvo by the home crowd’s response to the decision to substitute young midfielder Charlie Cooper midway through the second-half …

Mark Cooper will consider abandoning his football principles in return for a more pragmatic approach if Forest Green Rovers do not experience an upturn in fortunes in the very near future. Since ascending to the Football League for the first time in their history via the National League play-off final at Wembley, the self-styled ‘little …

Unbeaten Exeter City will face off against newly promoted Forest Green Rovers on Saturday at The New Lawn. Exeter City have been in fine form, sitting at the top of League Two while Forest Green Rovers are adjusting to the league. Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale is cautious of their opponents on Saturday. “It is …