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Nottingham Forest in talks to sign ex-West Brom star

Nottingham Forest are in talks to land free agent Claudio Yacob who was one of the players released by West Bromwich Albion following their relegation to the Championship at the end of last season. The 31 year old ex-Argentine international spent 6 years at The Hawthorns, and made more than 170 appearances for The Baggies before he was deemed surplus ...

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Rangers linked with move for England under-21 defender

Rangers under new manager Steven Gerrard may have already signed 12 players this summer, with the latest being Kyle Lafferty, who signed from Hearts on Wednesday. However, it appears that their transfer business for the summer is not finished yet, with news that they want to take Nottingham Forest England-under 21 defender Joe Worrall on a season-long loan. That is ...

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Portrait of an iconic manager – Brian Clough

The outspoken and fearless Brian Clough remains one of the greatest managers in the history of football. He did endure setbacks, notably at Leeds United and the fact that he never landed the England job, but his achievements overshadow any blemishes. Tactics and man-management Most of Clough’s success can be attributed to his ability to find the right players for ...

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5 former European champion clubs that have fallen way behind

Nottingham Forest Forest won two successive European Cups, in 1979 and 1980. And still remain the only side in history to have won more European Cups than their top flight domestic title – they became champions of England in 1978. It is testament to the managerial abilities of Brian Clough who took a provincial, nondescript side to the top of ...

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Four clubs who adopted kits of other clubs

Juventus When the Italian outfit began their football journey, they originally wore pink shirts but the colour could hardly bear the burden of repeated washing and would ultimately fade away. Juventus wanted a solution for the problem and asked one of their members, an Englishman named John Savage, to ask his contacts in England to supply shirts in colours that ...

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