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The documentary charting Nottingham Forest's rise to European Cup glory looks class

I Believe in Miracles charts the story of Nottingham Forest in 1979.

THE TRAILER FOR the new movie charting the unlikely rise of Nottingham Forest to the top of European football has been released.

The film, I Believe In Miracles, tells the story of the club’s successful 1979 European Cup campaign under Brian Clough by combining unseen footage with interviews with 15 members of the squad which included Ireland manager Martin O’Neill.

The film will be released in cinemas on 13 October — two days after its world premiere at the City Ground — where 4,000 Forest fans will be able to watch it on a 60-foot screen in the stadium.

Source: NFFCTube/YouTube

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