Premier League Club Sacked Another Manager

The second manager to face the axe in the 2023/2024 Premier League season has received official confirmation. Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano initially reported that Nottingham Forest was set to part ways with head coach Steve Cooper, paving the way for former league coach Nuno Espirito to step in.

Amid Nottingham Forest’s struggles this season, currently sitting 17th in the Premier League, the club’s hierarchy is exploring options to revive their performance after promotion in the 2022/2023 season. The Guardian affirmed Nuno Espírito Santo’s candidacy for the managerial role, citing advanced talks with the former Tottenham and Wolves head coach. Nuno, previously with Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia, is set to take over from Steve Cooper, who departs with gratitude from Nottingham Forest.

In an official statement, Nottingham Forest confirmed Cooper’s departure, expressing appreciation for his significant contribution. Meanwhile, recent updates suggest that Nuno Espirito is en route to England to finalize his contract and assume the role of the new manager. This managerial shift follows the earlier sacking of Sheffield United’s former coach, Paul Heckingbottom.

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