Steve McClaren has found a new job after his release at VfL Wolfsburg. The Englishman was presented as the new manager of second division club Nottingham Forest.
Nottingham (SID) - coach Steve McClaren has found a new job about four months after his release in Bundesliga VfL Wolfsburg. The 50-year-old Englishman was surprisingly presented as new manager of English club Nottingham Forest on Monday. He received a three year contract with the European Cup in 1979 and 1980.
The former English national coach, which discharge in 2008 after the failure in qualifying for the European Championship finals, should the English master failed this time at the rise of lead from 1977 and 1978 back in the Premier League. "We are happy that we could secure the services of a coach of his caliber to us," said forest Director Mark Arthur.
McClaren was previously been sorted out because City fan protests as a candidate for the Premier League club Aston Villa. Connection should have passed to Wigan Athletic, as well as the Dutch Club Twente Enschede and Vitesse Arnhem.