Cooper understands the situation is at risk of losing his job

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Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper admits he understands his situation under extreme pressure. After losing to Leicester 0-4

A defeat at the King Power Stadium has left Nottingham Forest down to the bottom of the Premier League and Cooper’s future is heavily shaken. High chance of being fired.

“I understand the situation very well. Understand the doubt and respect that one hundr percent.”“But my concern is that we lost another game. It’s not about my situation. Because I’m more interested in the club than the personal. “I refuse to criticize the players as a ufabet team, it’s a new challenge. “And when aske if he will be in charge of the next game against Aston Villa? Cooper replied, “I’m planning. (for that game)”

Leicester scored three goals in a 10-minute span from the 25th to damage Forest’s fragile confidence. Maddison set the hosts on their way with a shot that deflected in off Scott McKenna.

Two minutes later, Barnes curled a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the area. After Maddison set Jamie Vardy free with a long-range pass.

Maddison completed the flurry of goals with a free kick from 25 meters that kiss the post as it went in, bringing up his 50th strike for Leicester.

Cooper made three halftime changes — including the last of his summer signings, right back Serge Aurier — but things didn’t get any better.

Daka, on for Vardy, rounded off the scoring with a deft flick from Maddison’s driven cross from the right.