Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi is considering giving caretaker boss Gary Brazil the managerial post until the end of the season, according to The Mirror.
Fawaz Al Hasawi sacked Philippe Montanier in mid-January following Nottingham Forest’s poor first half of the season under the guidance of the Frenchman.
Results have picked up since Gary Brazil took temporary charge at the City Ground and the 54-year-old completed some successful business towards the end of the January transfer window when he secured the likes of Ross McCormack on loan from Aston Villa and Zach Clough on a permanent transfer from Bolton Wanderers.
Controversial owner Al Hasawi pulled the plug on a possible takeover by an American consortium, led by businessman John Jay Moores, which further angered the Forest fans.
He then failed to land Nigel Clough as the new Forest manager.
Now it seems like Gary Brazil will be offered the post until the end of the season.
Nottingham Forest fans – what do you think of this news? Would you give it to Brazil? Who else is in contention? Let us know in the comments below…