I might be going out on a limb with this one folks and setting the site up for a mighty fall, but we are led to believe that manager Colin Calderwood has resigned his position and will take up the post as manager of League 1 side Swindon Town.
News of Calderwoods' imminent departure has been doing the rounds for well over a week now, but from what we have been told, he has resigned his post as manager of Nottingham Forest.
It's believed that Swindon and Forest have come to an agreement, where he will join the Wiltshire club immediately and will not be getting any payoff from the Reds'.
As for his replacement, the deal to bring in Big Sam Allardyce as manager may not be as dead as we think it is. Talks are ongoing and he's still top of the most wanted list as far as Forest are concerned.
There's been no news from the club concerning the future of CC and they have at no stage confirmed or denied any of the rumours surrounding him. Calderwood has been at the City Ground since 2006, coming from Northampton Town, where he had just won promotion to League 1. Although he won promotion to the Championship last season with the Reds' at the second attempt, he's found the step up a difficult one.
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