Fired: Martin O’Neill got five months in Forest despite average term as manager over three years - Frenchman hired instead

28 June 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Martin O’Neill has been sacked from his manager position at Nottingham Forest.

In a short, non-detailed statement, Nottingham Forest have announced that they have sacked their manager.

Martin O'Neill's average term as manager is over three years, which makes the departure quite surprising

The club has announced that Sabri Lamouchi will take on the role as manager.

Peter Høyer ph@offthepitch.com

Martin O’Neill has been sacked from his manager position at Nottingham Forest. And the former manager only got five months in the club, which seems surprising as his average term as manager has been over three years. The club have not given any details as to the reason for O’Neill’s departure, but wrote a short statement:

"Nottingham Forest can confirm that manager Martin O’Neill has left the club.

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