17Next Nottingham Forest Manager Odds | Philippe Montanier

Next Nottingham Forest Manager Betting - Best Available Odds

Nottingham Forest have finally found their man in Philippe Montanier, who has signed a two-year deal with the club. More to follow.

Forest sacked Dougie Freedman back in March after 13 months in charge. The club placed first-team coach Paul Williams in charge until the end of the season, finishing in 16th.

Recent History

The Championship club sacked Billy Davies following a torrid run of results, and handed caretaker boss Gary Brazil the reins until the end of the season, with the East Midlands club finishing 11th, seven points adrift of the play-offs.

Davies returned to Forest for a second time in February 2013, becoming the club's third manager of the season. His arrival inspired the club to go on an unbeaten 10 match run, however three defeats from their final five games saw them narrowly miss out on a play-off spot.

In the summer of 2012 the club embarked on a new era after the Al-Hasawi family took over. The Kuwaiti-based businessmen have bags of cash to spend and have vowed to return Forest to its glory days. Come August Forest will be playing in their fifth consecutive season in the Championship but if they are to get back challenging for promotion some big squad changes will have to be made.

Forest went into the 2011/12 season full of promise after installing the former England manager Steve McClaren in charge. However, after a shocking start to the campaign McClaren resigned leaving the club 21st in the league with just eight points from their first 10 games. Forest managed to prize Steve Cotterill away from Portsmouth and results gradually started to improve and they eventually finished in 19th, 10 points clear of the relegation zone.

Last 6 League Games

DateHomeScoreAway
07 MayMilton Keynes Dons1 - 2Nottingham ForestW
30 AprNottingham Forest1 - 1Wolverhampton WanderersD
23 AprFulham1 - 3Nottingham ForestW
19 AprNottingham Forest1 - 1Blackburn RoversD
16 AprRotherham United0 - 0Nottingham ForestD
11 AprNottingham Forest1 - 2Brighton And Hove AlbionL
9 / 18pts

Nottingham Forest Manager History

ManagerStart DateEnd Date
Philippe Montanier27 June 2016Present
Paul Williams13 March 201612 May 2016
Dougie Freedman1 February 201514 March 2016
Stuart Pearce1 July 20141 February 2015
Billy Davies7 February 201324 March 2014
Alex McLeish28 December 20125 February 2013
Sean O'Driscoll19 July 201226 December 2012
Steve Cotterill14 October 201112 July 2012
Steve McClaren13 June 20112 October 2011
Billy Davies4 January 200912 June 2011
John Pemberton27 December 20084 January 2009
Colin Calderwood30 May 200627 December 2008
Ian McParland17 February 200630 May 2006
Frank Barlow17 February 200630 May 2006
Gary Megson10 January 200516 February 2006
Mick Harford16 December 200410 January 2005
Joe Kinnear10 February 200416 December 2004
Paul Hart12 July 20017 February 2004
David Platt1 July 199912 July 2001
Ron Atkinson11 January 199916 May 1999
Micky Adams5 January 199911 January 1999
Dave Bassett8 May 19975 January 1999
Stuart Pearce20 December 19968 May 1997
Frank Clark12 May 199319 December 1996
Brian Clough6 January 19758 May 1993
Allan Brown19 November 19733 January 1975
Dave Mackay2 November 197223 October 1973
Matt Gillies1 January 196920 October 1972
Johnny Carey1 July 196331 December 1968
Andy Beattie1 September 19601 July 1963
Billy Walker1 March 19391 June 1960
Harold Wightman1 July 19361 March 1939
Noel Watson1 August 19311 July 1936
Stan Hardy1 August 193031 May 1931
John Baynes1 August 192531 May 1929
Bob Masters1 August 191231 May 1925
Fred Earp1 August 190931 May 1912
Harry Haslam1 August 189731 May 1909
Harry Radford1 August 188931 May 1897
Present League Position
PWDLGFGAPts
14.Wolves46141616535858
15.Blackburn46131617464655
16.Nottm Forest46131617434755
17.Reading46131320525952
18.Bristol City46131320547152
Nottingham Forest Results
HomeAway
Aston Villa--
Barnsley--
Birmingham City1-10-1
Blackburn Rovers1-10-0
Brentford0-32-1
Brighton And Hove Albion1-21-0
Bristol City1-22-0
Burton Albion--
Cardiff City1-21-1
Derby County1-01-0
Fulham3-01-3
Huddersfield Town0-21-1
Ipswich Town1-11-0
Leeds United1-10-1
Newcastle United--
Norwich City--
Nottingham Forest--
Preston North End1-01-0
Queens Park Rangers0-01-2
Reading3-12-1
Rotherham United2-10-0
Sheffield Wednesday0-31-0
Wigan Athletic--
Wolverhampton Wanderers1-11-1

WinDrawLoss

About The Sack RaceAbout Our AuthorsContact UsResponsible Gambling