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No Shortage Of Applicants For NFFC Hotseat

Nottingham Forest CEO Mark Arthur, says that over 40 applicants have applied for the vacant managers job at the club, following the resignation of Steve McClaren.

The official site says the club is in the process of drawing up a shortlist of interested candidates and that they should be in a position to announce the new man by the middle of next week.

Unlike with the previous manager, the club says they plan to make the job description much clearer this time round and that the lucky candidate will have actual terms of reference to work from.

Mark Arthur said: 'It is very important that we go through all procedures and spell out to anyone interested in the job exactly what the terms of reference are. We are more determined than ever to have a proper structure at the club and a footballing culture that will stand us in good stead going forward - not just in the coming months but the long term.' That makes me laugh every time I read it. It's such a shame they never informed Steve McClaren of the above information when they appointed him.

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Date:Wednesday October 5 2011

Time: 7:29PM

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lucky candidate?............. if its left to arthur this time will be a yes man who will promote the club as being run by decent high calibre individuals........a puppet for arthur and doughty to send out and spill tripe this is why they both need to get out of nffc.......cancer the both of them
Ridic Otter
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05/10/2011 22:22:00

F#ck off Marthur, you are a joke!!!
RedSmedDownUnder
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05/10/2011 22:54:00

i wonder how many of the applicants are D*rby fans who want to finish us off.
Forest Grump
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06/10/2011 09:34:00

Marthur Out!
paz1967
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07/10/2011 01:28:00

 

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