John Terry Interested In Taking Over As Nottingham Forest Manager If Chris Hughton Is Sacked…

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Should Nottingham Forest cut ways with current manager Chris Hughton, John Terry could put his name forward for the manager’s post.

After making his Chelsea debut, the former England captain played a brief loan spell at the City Ground in 2000 to get first-team experience.

Terry only made six games for Forest before returning to Stamford Bridge at the end of the 1999-2000 season, and he is rumored to be considering a move back to the Midlands.

According to The Sun, if Hughton is fired, the five-time Premier League winner would be ‘interesting’ in taking over at Forest.

After two years as Dean Smith’s assistant manager, the former Chelsea captain departed Aston Villa in July and has stated a desire to become a manager in his own right.

Terry revealed to Sky Sports last week that he was waiting for the proper moment to present itself.

Source: Daily Mail

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