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League Championship Side Nottingham Forest Has Capacity Reduced By 20%

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

League Championship side Nottingham Forest's capacity "has been reduced by 20% by Nottinghamshire County Council to fewer than 25,000," according to the BBC. The club had its capacity "reduced to zero earlier this month when the council revealed they did not have a required safety certificate holder...

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