Anderlecht v Forest: UEFA 'had bribery evidence in 1992'
In 1984, Nottingham Forest had the chance to win a fourth European trophy.
They needed just one away goal against Belgian side Anderlecht to make it to the final of the UEFA Cup.
But Forest had a goal disallowed, and several other decisions also went against them. More than a decade later, it emerged that Anderlecht had bribed the referee.
UEFA finally took action against them in 1997, despite previously claiming it happened too long ago.
Now the BBC has seen documents which show UEFA was sent evidence as early as 1992.
Watch the full report on Inside Out on Monday at 19:30 BST on BBC One in the East Midlands or on iPlayer.
25 Sep 2016