Nottingham Forest have sacked Chris Hughton after six defeats in their opening seven league games left the club bottom of the Championship with one point.
Having already overseen Forest’s worst start to a season in 108 years, Hughton’s final game in charge was a 2-0 loss to Middlesbrough at the City Ground on Wednesday.
Their latest defeat left Forest without a win in 13 matches stretching back to last season, in which Hughton guided the club to a 17th place position, finishing nine points above the relegation zone.
Former Newcastle United, Birmingham City, Norwich City and Brighton boss Hughton, who was appointed in October 2020 with Forest bottom of the league with zero points, won 14 of his 53 games in charge.
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