The club chose to Tweet a post out on the morning of the game, which Ruben Neves claimed roused the home side.
Wolves won 1-0, with Neves scoring the only goal of the game.
Brennan Johnson missed a penalty for the Reds and it proved to be a disappointing day for the whole club.
The Twitter post wasn’t a great look and for a club that hasn’t won since the second game of the season, it was a poor decision.
Still, Cooper has discussed it in his pre-match press conference and he says the whole situation has now been put to bed.
He told Football Daily: “I wasn’t aware of it and then I was notified about it afterwards. It wasn’t a good thing by the club and it wasn’t helpful.
“It’s been health with, that’s the important thing, it’s about learning from it. I’m not using it as an excuse though, it didn’t impact the result.
“We need to draw a line under it and move on. It’s done now and it won’t happen again.”
Cooper doesn’t think Forest covered themselves in glory and he’s right
This was a particularly embarrassing episode from the people behind the scenes at Forest.
But, Cooper is right when he says the club will learn from it and ensure it doesn’t happen again.
It would appear that plenty of mistakes are being made on and off the pitch at the moment by the Reds.
They’ve not won in eight matches and ultimately they face a swift return to the Championship.
Forest must start picking up points pretty quickly and their run before the World Cup looks tricky.
They face Brighton tomorrow before tackling Liverpool and Arsenal in quick succession.
After that, a home double-header against Crystal Palace and Brentford is on the horizon and that week already looks massive.
Forest’s social media team must avoid a repeat of Saturday morning.