Welsh coach Steve Cooper has agreed to be manager of Nottingham Forest. An official confirmation is expected by Tuesday.
Sky Sports reports that Nottingham Forest is the last-placed team in the Championship. Will get a new manager to replace Chris Hughton, who was sacked last week. After reaching an agreement with Cooper is completed.
Nottingham Forest has agreed a contract with Cooper as well as agreed compensation payments to the Welshman’s former club Swansea, who are still under contract despite the 41-year-old’s retirement. Liberty Stadium to last July After leading the team to the play-off final, they were promoted but lost 0-2 to Brentford.
Nottingham Forest has become the first team in the Championship this season to change coaches. After Hughton led the team to lose 6 of the first 7 games with just one point. It is the last team in the Championship table. Steven Reid was then appointed interim manager in the team’s 2-0 win over Huddersfield on Saturday. It was the first win of the season.