More protests have been planned at Forest’s game this weekend as frustration towards club chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi continues to grow.
This follows action taken by fans before the Bristol City game on Saturday January 21 where Stan Collymore joined to protest against Fawaz’s handling of the club and the collapse of the John Jay Moores takeover bid.
Forest fans are expected to meet in the Peter Taylor Stand car park at 4.45pm for a peaceful protest ahead of the clash with Aston Villa at 5.30pm.
There is also expected to be a solidarity march, separate to the protests, which will begin at 4pm at Balero Square.
Paul Ashley-Mchale, a Forest fan who supports the Fawaz out Campaign, said: “There is no intention to let up and we do have other things planned because as good as protest can be, the same thing can become quite boring and can carry no message.
“We do want to spice things up but there will be a car park protest at every game, that is for sure.”
The latest wave of discontent comes amid reports the United States consortium which tried to buy the club has not given up.
Mr Ashley-Mchale added: “The situation has got to end with the ultimate outcome of Fawaz leaving and realising that if this is a club that he claims to have supported and loved then he needs to do the right thing and relinquish responsibility of this club to somebody who can run it.”