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During the late 70's and early 80's, English football public was amazed by the results coming from an relatively unknown club in England. Nottingham Forest is to this day the only club to have more Champions league titles, than the ones from national leagues. Under the guidance of Brian Clough, the club achieved mainstream success and made history for English football. In today times, the situation is 180 degrees different, as Nottingham is currently outside of top flight since 1999. Their manager for the time being is Billy Davies, who already guided Nottingham in the past.  It is expected for him to make a breakthrough to play-off this season, but if he gets off the track, here are the few names that can replace him.

Although with humble manager experience, Rene Meulensteen is very highly rated in English football, mostly for his time assistant manager to Sir Alex Ferguson, from 2007 until 2013. The time he spent working with Ferguson might be a crucial fact for him to get a job at Nottingham, if the opportunity comes. His last job finished sooner than it actually started, as he was sacked from Anzhi only 16 days after arriving. It is important to hire a skilful and talented manager for a club like Nottingham, where he can implement his vision and make his own game, so if Davies goes wrong, Rene might be a good alternative.

Although mostly known as Ferguson’s son, Darren Ferguson is a relatively familiar name among the managerial world. Currently managing Peterborough United, Ferguson is waiting for a job at a bigger club for a long time and wants to follow his father’s foot steps. There is no doubt that he would take that role, it is only a matter of wish by Nottingham about wanting to hire him.