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Nottingham Forest F.C.
2008–09 season
Manager Scotland Colin Calderwood until Boxing Day,
England John Pemberton Caretaker
Scotland Billy Davies
Chairman England Nigel Doughty
Football League Championship 19th
FA Cup Fourth Round
League Cup Second Round
Top goalscorer League:
Robert Earnshaw (12)
All:
Robert Earnshaw (17)
Highest home attendance 29,140 vs Derby County (Championship, 21 February 2009)
Lowest home attendance 4,030 vs Morecambe (League Cup, 13 August 2008)

The 2008–09 season was Nottingham Forest's first season back in the Football League Championship, following promotion from League One in the 2007–08 season, and after spending three years in the third tier. The Reds finished in 19th place, seven points above the relegation zone after being involved in the relegation scrap all season, with Billy Davies changing fortunes around to secure Championship status for the 2009-10 season.

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Team kit

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Home
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Source: Wikipedia Nottingham Forest Article

Technical staff

Name Role
Billy Davies Manager
David Kelly Assistant Manager
John Pemberton Reserve team coach
Peter Williams Goalkeeping coach
Julian Darby First Team Coach
Andrew Balderston Head Physiotherapist
Steve Devine Physiotherapist
Andy Hunt Physiotherapist
Ryland Morgans Fitness coach
Name Role
Nick Marshall Youth Academy Director
Chris Fairclough Youth Academy Coach
Russell Lovett Youth Academy Coach
Tony Cook Youth Academy Coach
Dr Frank Coffey Medical Consultant
Terry Farndale Kit manager
Keith Burt Chief scout
David Pleat Consultant to the Club

Pre-season and friendlies

Forest had a busy pre-season, making six promising signings, with seven players leaving as they prepared for the 2008-09 season. The players to come in are the following: Wales international striker Robert Earnshaw on a 3 year deal for £2.65m, Liverpool midfielder Paul Anderson on a one year loan, ex-Manchester United striker Andrew Cole on a 12-month contract, French midfielder Guy Moussi from Angers SCO, striker Mickael Darnet from AS Cannes and Joe Garner from Carlisle United for £1.14m. Players departing Forest include striker Grant Holt to Shrewsbury Town, Northern Ireland international midfielder Sammy Clingan to Norwich City, Ghanian international striker Junior Agogo to Egyptian side Zamalek Sporting Club, left back Matt Lockwood to Colchester United and midfielder Kris Commons to Derby County.

The Reds had a reasonably successful pre-season, winning four, drawing one and losing two in their seven pre-season fixtures. Their warm-ups including two games against Premier League opposition in Everton and Sunderland. Manager Colin Calderwood has confirmed that Forest will be spending no more money in the current transfer window, but has hinted that he may bring in one or two young players in on loan from the Premier League by 31 August. Forest were then asked to partake in a friendly against a second-string Republic of Ireland on 9 October during the international break, which Forest lost 2-0.

Results

Date Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Referee Attendance
18 July 2008 Offenbach Kickers A 2 – 1 McCleary, Davies 5,000
22 July 2008 Burton Albion A 3 – 1 Davies 23', McGugan 47', Tyson 81' O. Langford 2,340
23 July 2008 A.F.C. Telford United A 4 – 1 Thornhill 7', McCleary 20', Newbold 37', Sinclair 8' Steve Torr 1,441
25 July 2008 Everton H 1 – 1 Valente (og) 56' K. Friend 15,488
28 July 2008 Curzon Ashton A 1 – 2 Sinclair 68' Darren Bond 524
30 July 2008 Sunderland H 0 – 1 Andy Woolmer 12,573
2 August 2008 Notts County A 3 – 2 Earnshaw (2) 27', 74', Bennett 34' R. Booth 7,665
9 October 2008 Republic of Ireland XI A 0 – 2 Damien Hancock 4,040

Coca-Cola Championship

August

Forest kicked off the 2008–09 season with a goalless home draw against Reading and suffered their first league defeat in the Championship in a 3–1 loss at Swansea City. Following four strikers being injured, Forest secured the loan signing of Manchester United forward Lee Martin. Martin then started the scoring off with a 25-yard curler in the 3–2 success over Watford, Forest's first victory of the Championship campaign. Robert Earnshaw netted his first league goal for the club in the victory, with Nathan Tyson, who returned from injury, taking just four minutes after stepping off the bench to net the winner for the Reds to put them 14th in the league table. Forest finished the month with a 5–1 defeat by Wolves, who went top of the Championship following the result. This marked Tyson's first start of the season after a hamstring injury.

September

The Reds picked up one point in five games during September. This came in the middle of the month, after losing 2-1 to both Burnley and Preston. A 0-0 home draw against Charlton was followed by losses at Plymouth and Sheffield Wednesday.

October

Forest lost their first two games in October, with a 2-0 home loss to Crystal Palace and a 2-1 defeat at QPR, meaning they lost in four consecutive matches. They then grabbed a home point against Ipswich Town but then lost again four days later to Cardiff City, with the goals being conceded both from penalties. This saw Forest prop up the Championship. With two away games coming up, it was being touted that manager Colin Calderwood faced the sack if they could not record a victory, but they did with a 2-1 away victory at Crystal Palace, with goals coming from midfielders Chris Cohen and Matt Thornhill, giving the Reds their first win in ten games and in more than two months and move them off the foot of the league.

November

The month started with the East Midlands derby against Derby County at Pride Park, the first time the two teams had met in a competitive fixture in three and a half years. The match proved to be controversial, with Emanuel Villa scoring at both ends to make the score 1-1. However, Lewis McGugan was given a straight red card for Forest, then a 93rd-minute penalty for Derby was saved by former-Ram Lee Camp, with manager Colin Calderwood commenting after that the save would go down in the folklore. Veteran striker Andrew Cole then had his contract cancelled by "mutual consent" after the ex-Manchester United forward had fallen out with the club, as he was often being left on the bench. Forest then followed up the Derby draw with another 1-1 draw at home to promotion-chasing Birmingham City and then a 2-2 draw away to last season promotion hopefuls Bristol City which also saw Camp save another injury time penalty to save a point, seeing the Reds into a four-game unbeaten run. However, they lost 2-1 at home to Norwich City seeing them back bottom of the table, and a further 0-0 away draw at relegation rivals Doncaster Rovers saw mass tabloid speculation that manager Colin Calderwood is set to be replaced by Billy Davies. In the next game at home to Barnsley, Forest won by a single goal, courtesy of a 36th-minute header from Joe Garner. They currently lie 23rd in the Championship table.

December

The Reds then drew 2-2 at Coventry City, twice coming from behind to claim a point. However, their poor home form continued with a 1-0 home loss to Sheffield United and a 0-0 draw against relegation rivals Blackpool. However, Forest recorded an important victory away at Southampton, with defender Wes Morgan scoring his first goal of the season and Joe Garner chipping the goalkeeper from 35 yards. This took Forest to just one point off safety with their next game at home to bottom of the table Doncaster Rovers. However, for Forest were 4-0 down within an hour, and were down to ten men for much of the second-half after Julian Bennett came off injured after Forest had used all their substitutions, with a cruciate-ligament injury ruling the left-back out for the rest of the season. Forest replied with two late goals, but immediately after the game the Forest board terminated manager Colin Calderwood's contract after two and a half years in charge of the club. They also dismissed assistant manager David Kerslake. Reserve-team manager John Pemberton took caretaker charge at Norwich City, which Forest won 3-2. This lifted Forest out of the relegation zone for the first time in three months and gained further ground on teams above them. This game saw the end of the loan spell of Lee Camp.

January

On 1 January 2009, Nottingham Forest appointed Billy Davies as their new manager, signing a three-and-a-half year deal. David Kelly has been named as the new assistant. He oversaw the next game at Manchester City in the FA Cup third round. Forest won 3-0, with the goals coming from strikers Nathan Tyson, Robert Earnshaw and Joe Garner. Davies' first game in charge saw Forest go to bottom of the table Charlton Athletic and beat the strugglers 2-0, with Tyson and Earnshaw netting for the Reds. Their third victory in a row pushed Forest up to 21st and moved them closer to teams directly above them. A 2-0 home win Plymouth Argyle moved them into 20th before a big rival match in the FA Cup against Derby County at Pride Park, which ended 1-1.[1] There will be a replay on 4 February at the City Ground. This was followed up by a 2-1 home win against Sheffield Wednesday, in which Forest came from behind to win. The result put them 17th, four points clear of the relegation zone.

February

February saw just one win for Forest at the end of the month against promotion chasing Reading. Forest lost their opening game of February to local rivals Derby in the FA Cup. Forest then drew 1-1 with QPR before going on a three game losing streak to Birmingham City, Ipswich Town and Derby this time in the league.

March

After the bitter disappointment of picking up just one victory in February, Forest were looking to get off to the best possible start, and they did against Preston in a 2-1 victory with a brace from Rob Earnshaw sending Forest three places up the table into 18th and looking a lot less likely to face the drop after another good result this time a 1-1 draw to Swansea City. However another three game losing streak to Watford, a 5-0 loss to Burnley and then a 1-0 defeat to Wolves thanks to a Michael Kightly goal saw Forest take another dramatic downturn and they slipped in the league table to the regulation place of 22nd.

April

Forest knew that with just six games left to stay in the Championship they needed something special. After a 1-1 draw against Barnsley following a desperate equaliser from Rob Earnshaw, Forest still sat in the drop zone. Up next were Bristol City, when city went ahead through Ivan Sproule things looked bleak again at the City Ground. Rob Earnshaw again showed his fantastic ability to score vital goals after grabbing a equaliser but with twelve mintues to go Forest went 2-1 down thanks to Dele Adebola. Forest turned things round in a fantastic comeback, Joe Garner making it 2-2 and then in stoppage time on loan Dexter Blackstock grabbed the late winner to give Forest a vital three points and climb themselves out of the drop zone. A midweek match against Sheffield United followed the fantastic win against City but it was a dull affair. After Kelvin Wilson was sent off early on, Forest's best chance fell to Joe Garner who fired over the crossbar and the Red's had to settle for a 0-0 draw that put them back into the drop zone on goal difference with Barnsley. Coventry City was the next opponents Forest had to face. Forest seemed more likely too pick up a result as the match was at the City Ground following the hysterics last week against Bristol City. And the only goal from James Perch after 46 minutes gave Forest a well deserved win sending them up to 20th and out the drop zone, however they could not be complacent yet as both Norwich City and Barnsley, the two teams behind them had games in hand. Following the draw at Coventry, Forest saw that both Barnsley and Norwich failed to pick up a result that threatened Forest's safety. The early kick off saw on the 25 April saw Forest hold Blackpool to a 1-1 draw at Bloomfield Road. Barnsley played Wolves and looked to have won what was a vital game however a late eqailiser for Wolves saw Forest with a chance to stay up if Norwich were to lose to Reading. And they did, two goals from Shane Long meant Forest had escaped the drop.

May

On the final day Forest beat already relegated Southampton 3-1 and secure 19th place just behind rivals Derby County

Results

Date Opponents H / A Result

F – A

Scorers Attendance League

position

10 August 2008 Reading H 0 – 0 21,571 13th
16 August 2008 Swansea City A 1 – 3 Perch 35' 16,611 20th
23 August 2008 Watford H 3 – 2 Martin 10', Earnshaw 35', Tyson 69' 20,005 14th
30 August 2008 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 1 – 5 Stearman (og) 54' 25,301 16th
13 September 2008 Burnley H 1 – 2 Earnshaw 52' 20,504 21st
16 September 2008 Preston North End A 1 – 2 Mawene (og) 67' 13,145 23rd
20 September 2008 Charlton Athletic H 0 – 0 18,771 23rd
27 September 2008 Plymouth Argyle A 0 – 1 12,594 24th
30 September 2008 Sheffield Wednesday A 0 – 1 20,823 24th
4 October 2008 Crystal Palace H 0 – 2 22,811 24th
18 October 2008 Queens Park Rangers A 1 – 2 McGugan 84' 15,122 24th
21 October 2008 Ipswich Town H 1 – 1 McCleary 32' 19,455 24th
25 October 2008 Cardiff City H 0 – 1 19,468 24th
28 October 2008 Crystal Palace A 2 – 1 Cohen 28', Thornhill 81' 15,162 23rd
2 November 2008 Derby County A 1 – 1 Villa (og) 57' 33,010 23rd
8 November 2008 Birmingham City H 1 – 1 Perch 52' 21,415 23rd
15 November 2008 Bristol City A 2 – 2 Garner 11', Tyson 47' 17,440 23rd
22 November 2008 Norwich City H 1 – 2 Anderson 38' 18,566 24th
25 November 2008 Doncaster Rovers A 0 – 0 12,612 24th
29 November 2008 Barnsley H 1 – 0 Garner 36' 24,974 23rd
6 December 2008 Coventry City A 2 – 2 Earnshaw 27', Garner 61' 17,542 23rd
9 December 2008 Sheffield United H 0 – 1 19,541 23rd
13 December 2008 Blackpool H 0 – 0 19,103 22nd
20 December 2008 Southampton A 2 – 0 Morgan 42', Garner 75' 26,580 22nd
26 December 2008 Doncaster Rovers H 2 – 4 Hird (og) 68', Garner 85' 26,501 22nd
28 December 2008 Norwich City A 3 – 2 Thornhill 17', McGugan 30', Earnshaw 89' 25,475 21st
10 January 2009 Charlton Athletic A 2 – 0 Tyson 34', Earnshaw 36' 24,553 20th
17 January 2009 Plymouth Argyle H 2 – 0 Earnshaw 24', Anderson 21' 20,392 18th
27 January 2009 Sheffield Wednesday H 2 – 1 Tyson 34', Chambers 75' 22,618 17th
31 January 2009 Cardiff City A 0 – 2 18,779 17th
7 February 2009 Queens Park Rangers H 2 – 2 McGugan 45+1' (pen.), Cohen 67' 25,859 18th
14 February 2009 Birmingham City A 0 – 2 17,631 19th
18 February 2009 Ipswich Town A 1 – 2 Tyson 77' 19,930 20th
21 February 2009 Derby County H 1 – 3 Earnshaw 87' 29,140 20th
28 February 2009 Reading A 1 – 0 McGugan 61' 21,196 21st
3 March 2009 Preston North End H 2 – 1 Earnshaw (2) 58', 71' 17,568 18th
7 March 2009 Swansea City H 1 – 1 McGugan 76' 20,475 20th
10 March 2009 Watford A 1 – 2 Thornhill 17' 14,730 20th
14 March 2009 Burnley A 0 – 5 13,055 21st
21 March 2009 Wolverhampton Wanderers H 0 – 1 24,510 22nd
4 April 2009 Barnsley A 1 – 1 Earnshaw 68' 19,681 22nd
11 April 2009 Bristol City H 3 – 2 Earnshaw 32', Garner 83', Blackstock 89' 22,776 21st
13 April 2009 Sheffield United A 0 – 0 28,374 22nd
18 April 2009 Coventry City H 1 – 0 Perch 46', 27,856 20th
25 April 2009 Blackpool A 1 – 1 Blackstock 9' 9,279 20th
3 May 2009 Southampton H 3 – 1 Garner 73', Chambers 87', Earnshaw 90+2' 29,008 19th

Results by round

Round 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
Ground H A H A H A H A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H H A H A A H H A H A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H
Result D L W L L L D L L L L D L W D D D L D W D L D W L W W W W L D L L L W W D L L L D W D W D W

League table

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
17 Coventry City 46 13 15 18 47 58 −11 54
18 Derby County 46 14 12 20 55 67 −12 54
19 Nottingham Forest 46 13 14 19 50 65 −15 53
20 Barnsley 46 13 13 20 45 58 −13 52
21 Plymouth Argyle 46 13 12 21 44 57 −13 51

Updated to games played on 3 May 2009
Source: Nottingham Forest The Official Website
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (Q) = Qualified to respective phase of tournament; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.

Carling Cup

Date Round Opponents H / A Result

F – A

Scorers Referee Attendance
13 August 2008 Round One Morecambe H 4 – 0 Cohen 14', Earnshaw (2) 62', 88', Newbold 81' C. Boyeson 4,030
27 August 2008 Round Two Sunderland H 1 – 2 (a.e.t.) Earnshaw 60' I. Williamson 9,198

FA Cup

Date Round Opponents H / A Result

F – A

Scorers Referee Attendance
3 January 2009 Round Three Manchester City A 3 – 0 Tyson 38', Earnshaw 42', Garner 75' L. Probert 31,869
23 January 2009 Round Four Derby County A 1 – 1 Earnshaw 64' H. Webb 32,035
4 February 2009 Round Four - Replay Derby County H 2 – 3 Cohen 2', Tyson 14' (pen.) C. Foy 29,001

Squad statistics

Appearances and goals

The statistics for the following players are for their time during 2008-09 season playing for Nottingham Forest. Any stats from a different club during 2008-09 are not included.

  • Nottingham Forest have also had four own-goals scored for them during 2008-09
No. Nat. Position Player Total Championship FA Cup League Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 England GK Paul Smith 33 0 28 0 3 0 2 0
2 England DF Kelvin Wilson 39 0 36 0 3 0 0 0
3 England DF Joel Lynch 24 0 23 0 1 0 0 0
4 England DF Luke Chambers 44 2 39 2 3 0 2 0
5 England DF Wes Morgan 46 1 42 1 2 0 2 0
6 England DF Ian Breckin 28 0 23 0 3 0 2 0
7 England MF James Perch 42 3 37 3 3 0 2 0
8 England MF Lewis McGugan 36 5 33 5 3 0 0 0
9 England FW Nathan Tyson 39 7 35 5 3 2 1 0
10 Wales FW Robert Earnshaw 36 17 32 12 2 2 2 3
11 England MF Paul Anderson 28 2 26 2 2 0 0 0
12 England MF Garath McCleary 43 1 39 1 2 0 2 0
14 Wales MF Arron Davies 16 0 13 0 2 0 1 0
15 England MF Chris Cohen 46 4 41 2 3 1 2 1
16 England FW Joe Garner 30 8 28 7 2 1 0 0
17 England MF Lee Martin 14 1 13 1 0 0 1 0
17 Wales DF Chris Gunter 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 0
18 England MF Isaiah Osbourne 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 0
19 France MF Guy Moussi 19 0 15 0 2 0 2 0
20 Wales MF Carl Fletcher 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
20 Scotland GK Iain Turner 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
21 England GK Lee Camp 15 0 15 0 0 0 0 0
22 England MF Gary McSheffrey 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0
23 England FW Dexter Blackstock 6 2 6 2 0 0 0 0
24 Republic of Ireland MF Mark Byrne 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
25 England DF Richard Tait 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 England MF Matt Thornhill 28 3 24 3 2 0 2 0
27 Republic of Ireland DF Brendan Moloney 12 0 12 0 0 0 0 0
28 England FW Emile Sinclair 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0
29 England DF Julian Bennett 13 0 12 0 0 0 1 0
30 England GK Dale Roberts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
31 England GK Paddy Gamble 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 Algeria DF Hamza Bencherif 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 England MF Liam Hook 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
34 England MF Reece Staples (RIP) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
35 England DF Tom Sharpe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
36 England DF Joe Heath 12 0 10 0 1 0 1 0
37 England FW Adam Newbold 5 1 4 0 0 0 1 1
38 France FW Mickael Darnet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
39 Republic of Ireland DF Gavin Kavanagh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
39 England GK Barry Richardson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
40 Republic of Ireland GK Shane Redmond 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
41 England MF James Reid 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
42 England FW Ryan Whitehurst 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
45 England DF Aaron Mitchell 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
46 England MF James Dunne 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top scorers

Last updated on 26 October 2008.
P Player FLC FAC LC Total
1 Wales Robert Earnshaw 12 2 3 17
2 England Joe Garner 7 1 8
3 England Nathan Tyson 5 2 7
4 England Lewis McGugan 5 5
5 England Chris Cohen 2 1 1 4
6 England Matt Thornhill 3 3
7 England James Perch 3 3
8 England Dexter Blackstock 2 2
9 England Luke Chambers 2 2
10 England Paul Anderson 2 2
11 England Wes Morgan 1 1
12 England Lee Martin 1 1
13 England Garath McCleary 1 1
14 England Adam Newbold 1 1
- Own Goals 4 4

Disciplinary record

Last updated on 19 July 2009.

Includes cards collected whilst at other clubs during 2008-09

N
P
Nat.
Name
Yellow card Second yellow cardSecond yellow card Red card Notes
2 DF ENGEngland Kelvin Wilson 2 1
8 MF ENGEngland Lewis McGugan 3 1
5 DF ENGEngland Wes Morgan 6 1
26 MF ENGEngland Matt Thornhill 2 1
7 MF ENGEngland James Perch 10
16 FW ENGEngland Joe Garner 8
9 FW ENGEngland Nathan Tyson 7
4 DF ENGEngland Luke Chambers 7
15 MF ENGEngland Chris Cohen 6
27 DF IRLRepublic of Ireland Brendan Moloney 5
6 DF ENGEngland Ian Breckin 5
12 MF ENGEngland Garath McCleary 4
23 FW ENGEngland Dexter Blackstock 4
29 DF ENGEngland Julian Bennett 3
18 FW ENGEngland Andrew Cole 3
3 DF ENGEngland Joel Lynch 2
28 FW ENGEngland Emile Sinclair 2
17 MF ENGEngland Lee Martin 1
19 MF FRAFrance Guy Moussi 1
21 GK ENGEngland Lee Camp 1
20 MF WALWales Carl Fletcher 1
14 MF WALWales Arron Davies 1
36 DF ENGEngland Joe Heath 1
11 MF ENGEngland Paul Anderson 1
37 FW ENGEngland Adam Newbold 1
10 FW WALWales Robert Earnshaw 1
18 MF ENGEngland Isaiah Osbourne 1

Transfers

In

# Pos Player From Fee Date
10 FW Wales Robert Earnshaw England Derby County £2.65 million 30 May 2008
19 MF France Guy Moussi France Angers SCO Undisclosed 1 July 2008
18 FW England Andrew Cole England Sunderland Free 4 July 2008
16 FW England Joe Garner England Carlisle United £1.14 million 25 July 2008

Out

# Pos Player To Fee Date
MF England Kris Commons England Derby County Free 21 May 2008
MF Germany Felix Bastians Switzerland BSC Young Boys Free 21 May 2008
MF Republic of Ireland Alan Power England Hartlepool United Free 21 May 2008
FW Ghana Junior Agogo Egypt El Zamalek Undisclosed 2 June 2008
DF England Matt Lockwood England Colchester United Undisclosed 3 June 2008
MF Northern Ireland Sammy Clingan England Norwich City Free 17 June 2008
FW England Grant Holt England Shrewsbury Town £170,000 24 June 2008
18 FW England Andrew Cole Retired Released 31 October 2008

Loans in

# Pos From Player Start End
11 MF England Paul Anderson England Liverpool 26 June 2008 1 June 2009
17 MF England Lee Martin England Manchester United 13 August 2008 31 December 2008
3 DF England Joel Lynch England Brighton and Hove Albion 25 September 2008 1 June 2009
20 MF Wales Carl Fletcher England Crystal Palace 17 October 2008 24 November 2008
21 GK England Lee Camp England Queens Park Rangers 20 October 2008 31 December 2008
MF England James Dunne England Arsenal 24 October 2008 31 December 2008
18 MF England Isaiah Osbourne England Aston Villa 3 March 2009 1 June 2009
22 MF England Gary McSheffrey England Birmingham City 5 March 2009 22 March 2009
17 DF Wales Chris Gunter England Tottenham Hotspur 12 March 2009 1 June 2009
20 GK Scotland Iain Turner England Everton 19 March 2009 1 June 2009
23 FW England Dexter Blackstock England Queens Park Rangers 26 March 2009 1 June 2009

Loans out

# Pos To Player Start End
31 GK England Paddy Gamble England Mansfield Town 8 August 2008 31 December 2008
35 DF England Tom Sharpe England Stalybridge Celtic 20 September 2008 1 June 2009
40 GK Republic of Ireland Shane Redmond England Eastwood Town 20 September 2008 1 June 2009
30 GK England Dale Roberts England Rushden and Diamonds 1 October 2008 1 June 2009
28 FW England Emile Sinclair England Mansfield Town 17 October 2008 1 June 2009
27 DF Republic of Ireland Brendan Moloney England Rushden and Diamonds 24 October 2008 27 November 2008

Notes


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