Chris Hughton explains unique Nottingham Forest move as ex-bosses reveal all

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Hughton on crowd noise move

Nottingham Forest manager Chris Hughton says the decision to play artificial crowd noise during their victory over Blackburn was an idea by his coaching staff.

The Reds secured a 1-0 win at the City Ground courtesy of Alex Mighten's deflected strike in the 26th minute although the Reds were indebted to a fabulous penalty save from Brice Samba after the break.

But throughout the course of the 90 minutes crowd noise was played through the speakers in attempt to lift the atmosphere given supporters are still not allowed to attend games due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And Hughton said that his coaching staff were behind the idea.

"My coaching staff, in particular Paul Trollope, remembered the crowd noises being played at one of the stadiums and you don't know what effect it can have," he said.

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