Clough spurns chance to fol­low in fa­ther’s foot­steps

The Herald - Herald Sport - - FINAL SAY -

NIGEL CLOUGH will re­main as Bur­ton man­ager af­ter talks col­lapsed with Not­ting­ham For­est.

It is un­der­stood that Clough, who made more than 300 ap­pear­ances for the club, was con­cerned about job sta­bil­ity un­der cur­rent owner and chair­man Fawaz al Ha­sawi.

Other re­ports say the Kuwaiti busi­ness­man, who is look­ing for 200 Ren­field Street, Glas­gow G2 3QB. email: sport@the­herald.co.uk. Tel 0141 302 6590 Head of Sport: Stewart Weir his eighth per­ma­nent man­ager since his 2012 takeover at the City Ground af­ter sack­ing Philippe Mon­tanier this month, felt Clough had too many de­mands over back­room staff and po­ten­tial sign­ings.

Clough feels stay­ing put is “the right thing to do” and he will not be fol­low­ing in the foot­steps of his leg­endary fa­ther, Brian, by man­ag­ing the club.

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