A bad year for Forest brought some memories fans will want to forget...
Derby 5-0 Nottingham Forest
2014, though it had its good for Nottingham Forest, was full of bad memories for the City Ground faithful.
And who can forget the very pinnacle of bad memories - Forest's five-goal defeat at Pride Park? Derby ran riot in March, with Craig Bryson scoring a hat-trick, and it marked Billy Davies's last game in charge at Forest.
QPR 5-2 Nottingham Forest
Weeks later, Nottingham Forest fell to another heavy defeat - one of several across the calendar year. This time, it was a three-goal loss at Loftus Road, where Queens Park Rangers, who were ultimately promoted, showed the difference in class between a side that was truly challenging at the top of the Championship and middling Forest.
Nottingham Forest 1-3 Brentford
This season, things have been no different for Forest - despite a promising start under Stuart Pearce.
Recently, performances and results have both gone against Pearce in equal measure - and one of Forest's most disappointing results came during a 3-1 home defeat to Brentford.
The loss was their third in a row and ninth Championship game without a win. Forest bounced back the following games against Norwich and then Wolves but are yet to win since the Wolves clash...