10 forgotten men from Nottingham Forest's Premier League years

It's almost 20 years since Forest last graced the Premier League.

Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 8:58 am
Updated Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 11:49 am
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Club greats like Stuart Pearce and Stan Collymore are well remembered but what about those who made just a handful of appearances for the club in the Premier League? See how many you remember from the following...

Burst on to the scene around the same as Paul McGregor during the 1995/96 season. The forward made eight Premier League appearances for Frank Clark's Reds, scoring twice.
Northern Ireland international goalkeeper signed from Newcastle United during the 1993/94 Division One promotion season at a time when Mark Crossley held the No.1 jersey. Made one Premier League appearance for the Reds.
Experienced centre-back arrived in December 1998 and played six times during that season, resulting in relegation. Involved in the 8-1 home humiliation by Man Utd. One international cap for Sweden.
Ivorian winger Allous, a product of the PSG youth system, made just two Premier League appearances for the Reds in 1999, in the home draw with Liverpool and away win at Blackburn Rovers.
Signed as a young Scottish defender in 1997, he made his Forest debut in December 1998. Played twice that season, both away, with 93 appearances overall. Went on to play for Northampton, York and Grimsby.
Highly-regarded USA international midfielder made three appearances for Forest in 1999. Debut win at Everton. Had spells at Sheff Weds, Derby and West Ham previously, went on to get 90 international caps.
Joined in February 1998 as a coach, Hodges was called upon amid an injury crisis at the start of 1998/99. An experienced Welsh international midfielder made five appearances in the first half of that season.
Made just four Premier League appearances for Forest towards the end of the 1996/97 season. Number two behind Crossley, he soon moved on to Blackburn. Made more than 100 appearances for both Hull and York.
Vastly experience Scottish international defender, Gough, arrived with the club facing relegation in March 1999. Made seven appearances, including a sending off at Derby. Went on to Everton. Trophy-laden 10 years at Rangers previously.
A player football fans from of the '90s will associate with the likes of Sheff Weds, Leeds and Southampton, the midfielder also made 13 Premier League appearances for Forest in 1999. 18 England caps.