‘Alleged mutiny’ leads to 37-word Forest statement on O’Neill
Posted On June 29, 2019
Nottingham Forest and Martin O’Neill have parted company after less than six months after what has been described as an ‘alleged mutiny’.
Forest only returned to pre-season training on Monday, but by Friday they were getting rid of their former playing hero O’Neill.
Forest released a statement which reads, in its entirety: ‘Nottingham Forest can confirm that manager Martin O’Neill has left the club.
‘The club would like to thank Martin for all his efforts during his time at The City Ground and wish him well for the future.’
Forest won just eight of their 19 games under O’Neill, who took over the club in mid-January from Aitor Karanka but failed to improve their league position in the remainder of the season.
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Sabri Lamouchi was then appointed 18 minutes after Forest announced the exit of O’Neill.