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Nottingham Forest Fan Managed To Sneak A Massive Speaker Into Ewood Park, Nobody Understands How

Daniel Marland

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Nottingham Forest Fan Managed To Sneak A Massive Speaker Into Ewood Park, Nobody Understands How

A Nottingham Forest fan managed to sneak his speaker into Ewood Park for Wednesday's 2-0 win over Blackburn Rovers and he was belting out tunes all night. Check it out below.


Goals from James Garner and Brennan Johnson moved Forest up into the play-off places.

Off the pitch however, one supporter took 'being the 12th man' very seriously and ensured the away end would be rocking.

He somehow got the speaker past all sorts of security and then kept it until full-time before blaring out Depeche Mode's 'Just Can't Get Enough.'

The speaker appears to be Bose and they're among the most expensive on the market.

Incredible scenes. We just can't seem to get enough.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Fans on Twitter have reacted to the scenes and they're all asking the same question.

One said: "I can’t get into some grounds with bottle cap let alone a speaker."

Another put: "Fair play to the lad but how the f**k has he got that in?"

A third added: "That's a Bose speaker as well they don't come cheap."

While someone summed it up with: "Did you bring this in and construct it out of parts lol."

Garner opened the scoring in the first half as he continues to impress while on loan from Manchester United.

Things went from bad to worse for Rovers when Darragh Lenihan was sent off early in the second half.

Johnson turned home a penalty late on to secure all three points for Forest, who have replaced Middlesbrough in sixth place.

Steve Cooper's side have won four of their last five and are looking to return to the Premier League for the first time since 1999.

"I thought we more than deserved the win today," Cooper told Sky Sports in his post-match interview.

"Second half especially after the 10 men, really we should have run away with it, we could have and should have scored four or five.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"But we did not quite show the composure or the decision-making that we showed for the first goal but we kept getting in.

"There were so many fouls on us. It was feisty game and I think we did really well to compose ourselves, we could have lost our heads a little bit the way we were treated."

Forest have also claimed some huge scalps in the FA Cup this season.

They knocked out Arsenal in the third round and holders Leicester City in the fourth.

Featured Image Credit: @DavidJo05034174/Twitter

Topics: Nottingham Forest, EFL Championship, Blackburn Rovers

Daniel Marland
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