Legendary former Nottingham Forest and Derby County boss Brian Clough has died from stomach cancer at the age of 69.
"Our thoughts at this time are with his family, but everyone at Nottingham Forest and the City of Nottingham & Derby will have memories of a man who brought unprecedented success to this area. We all shall miss him!
A Legend – Nottingham Forest Honours:
January 1975 – May 1993.
1976-77: Div 2 promotion; 1977-78: League Champions, League Cup winners; 1978-79: European Cup, League Cup, League runners-up; 1979-80: European Cup, European Super Cup, World Club finalists, League Cup finalists; 1980-81: European Super Cup finalists, World Club finalists; 1988-89: League Cup winners, Simod Cup winners; 1989-90: League Cup winners; 1990-91: FA Cup finalists; 1991-92 Zenith Data Cup winners, League Cup finalists.
Brian Clough OBE, MA,
honorary Freeman of Nottingham and Derby.
Looking back at his success, Brian says:
"I wouldn’t say I was the best manager in the business.
But I was in the top one."
I totally agree!