Denied a spot in the play-offs, as Crystal Palace eventually triumphed, Nottingham Forest look ahead to a (busy?) summer and next season. Here’s five things you might have missed this month…

1. Nottingham Forest 2012/13 Player Season Review Infographics — View From The Main Stand
“Nottingham Forest’s quest to achieve a top six finish was cruelly ended in the final moments of the last game of the season against Leicester City. This piece closely analyses the season’s of 12 of Forest’s key squad members. I hope you find reading it as interesting as I did compiling it.”

2. Player analysis: Simon Cox – Forest Boffin
“Few players at Forest have proven so divisive as our Irish International Simon Cox. A toothless predator, or the trigger for a successful hunt? Cox has been involved at every stage this season, and win or lose, he has been an important figure.”

 

3. Championship – attack and defence 2012/13 – Experimental 361
“As for Leagues 1 and 2 earlier, here are the final attack and defence graphics for the Championship. Click on each to bring up full sized versions in separate tabs and the Explanations link above will be useful if you’ve not seen these before.”

4. Absolute uncertainty – LTLF
“So much has happened this season but we haven’t really learned a lot. We still don’t know what the Kuwaiti owners are up to, where the money is coming from and how much of it there is; we still don’t know if Billy is ever going to shift the albatross that seems to cause his teams to bottle it whenever they are on the verge of success; and we still don’t know if this time next year we’ll consider eighth place quite an achievement or an utter failure.”

5. Manchester United Lead Social Media League Table – fcbusiness
“In the Championship we see far more modest figures on Twitter and Facebook with clubs averaging around 29,000 followers and likes on each platform. Bolton lead the way with a cumulative reach of 107,798, closely followed by Nottingham Forest with 107,171. They are joined by Wolverhampton Wanderers on 101,340, and are the only three clubs with a reach of over 100,000 in this league.”

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