Nottingham Forest appoint former Rangers boss Mark Warburton as manager

Nottingham Forest have appointed former Brentford and Rangers boss Mark Warburton as the club’s new manager.

The 54-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract at the City Ground who steps in to replace interim boss Gary Brazil.

Brazil had taken charge of first-team responsibilities at the Championship side following Philippe Montanier’s dismissal on 14 January.

Warburton is joined at Forest by ex-Scotland international defender David Weir, who was assistant manager at Rangers.

Warburton has been out of work since leaving Rangers on 10 Ferbruary, with the club claiming he had resigned.

“Nottingham Forest are delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Warburton as the club’s first-team manager, replacing Gary Brazil,” read a statement on the club’s official website.

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