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Grantham-born Nottingham Forest director shows off classic new red shirt




Nottingham Forest director David Dunne, centre, with Robin Campbell, sales manager, and Simon Fotheringham, commercial manager.
Nottingham Forest director David Dunne, centre, with Robin Campbell, sales manager, and Simon Fotheringham, commercial manager.

A Grantham businessman is enjoying a dream come true as a director of Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Grantham-born David Dunne was invited last season to become a director of the club he supported as a boy.

And recently he showed off the team’s new classic red shirt which celebrates the club’s 150th anniversary, and, unusually, does not sport any sponsor.

David was a professional footballer with Aston Villa and Fulham and later on in America before setting up his own business in the construction industry, establishing Dunne Construction and Manor Project Management.

He said: “I feel as though I’m part of football now that I’m back. I’m doing what I want to do - I’m back at Forest.”



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