It is fair to say that Nottingham Forest are no strangers to making managerial changes.
An unwanted statistic emerged following Sabri Lamouchi’s sacking towards the start of this season – Forest were on the lookout for their 14th permanent manager since 2014.
Lamouchi, in fact, was the first manager to complete a full season in charge of Forest in over nine years.
Since then, Chris Hughton has come in and steadied the ship on Trentside. Forest may not be mathematically safe yet, but the generally feeling is that they will avoid the drop rather comfortably despite a tough run of fixtures coming up.
Hughton will then be keen to rebuild his squad in the summer, and look to use his experience of winning promotion from this level to full effect next season.
Who are the top 10 best ever managers to have taken charge of Forest based on points-per-game? Here, we take a look…