But while Lolley responded to David Wagner's exit with a heartfelt tweet about the former Huddersfield boss, Aitor Karanka has yet to receive a thing from the Nottingham Forest winger - publicly at least.
I remember losing 0-2 to Boro first home game, yet walking off the pitch knowing something special was happening. Was amazing to be part of and to witness first hand the transformation of a club. He gave me my opportunity and and for that I’ll be thankful. https://t.co/y9GYHbbr9f— Joe Lolley (@JLolley23) 15 January 2019
It is an observation that has already raised an eyebrow or two on social media, especially amid suggestions that some of Forest's players effectively downed tools during Karanka's final weeks in charge.
Lolley tweets his thanks to Wagner and not a word about Karanka..... Been nothing from anyone has there? #nffc— Jonno Reilly (@Jonno_Reilly) 15 January 2019
Although, curiously, none of Lolley's teammates have posted anything online in relation to their former coach's exit.
And there could, of course, be a more innocent explanation: that those in charge at the City Ground have simply put a block on such communications (interestingly, nothing has been said either about the appointment of Karanka's successor, the one-time Nottingham Forest winger Martin O'Neill).
Whether or not there is something sinister going on is up to you to decide...
What - if anything - does the former Huddersfield winger's tweet say about Aitor Karanka?
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