JUST IN : Nottingham Forest key player reveals his difficulties with club manager Steve Cooper

Remo Freuler of Switzerland has stated that he has no idea what went wrong for him at Nottingham Forest since manager Steve Cooper did not explain it to him.

The midfielder spoke to Corriere dello Sport following his unveiling by new club Bologna, which he joined at the end of the transfer window.

He spent the previous season at Nottingham Forest, joining as part of the club’s significant summer investment after promotion from the Championship.

He was a mainstay for the team as they fought to stay in the Premier League, appearing in 33 games across all competitions.

Cooper chose not to use him in Nottingham Forest’s remaining six games of the season, therefore he spent the remainder of the season on the bench.

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That was a drastic change for the Switzerland international, who had previously been a regular, and he still doesn’t know what caused it.
“He had previously awarded me the captain’s armband. “I spoke with him, but he couldn’t tell me what I had done wrong, so we stopped halfway,” he stated when asked about it.
That schism between player and manager appears to have led to Freuler’s departure and eventual arrival at Bologna.

That was a lengthy process, with the midfielder eventually arriving on loan from Nottingham Forest on deadline day.

It was one of numerous last-ditch transfers from Forest, who were by far the busiest team in England in terms of comings and goings.

That’s not how Freuler would have handled things, as he admitted he wanted his exit arranged well before that.

“Of course, I hoped the transfer would be completed sooner,” he continued.

“I wish I could have come right away, but I knew I had to be patient because negotiations are always lengthy.”


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