Former Forest owner: "Where is the stability at the club? The owner needs patience with a manager."

2 July 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Abdulaziz Al-Hasawi met the fans ahead of a press conference back in 2012 when his ownership of Nottingham Forest was announced.

The former Nottingham Forest owner, Fawaz al-Hawasi, is keen to be the owner of a club again, despite his legal battle with Forest.

Al-Hawasi fears the club could be relegated to League One following the sacking of manager Martin O’Neill.

Al-Hawasi denies having stolen a replica FA Cup trophy from 1959. He says he bought it from the club. 

The former Nottingham Forest owner, Fawaz al-Hawasi, fears the club could be relegated to League One following the sacking of manager Martin O’Neill after just five months in charge.

The club announced Sabri Lamouchi, 47, as their new manager on Friday, just 18 minutes after sacking O’Neill.

Lamouchi - who previously managed the Ivory Coast and Rennes - is the sixth Forest manager since Greek shipping magnate Evangelos Marinakis bought the club two years ago.

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