By Danny Wright
Controversial Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi is considering leaving Gary Brazil in charge for the rest of the season, according to a report.
The Mirror says that Al Hasawi will leave caretaker manager Brazil in charge after failing to pry Nigel Clough away from Burton Albion.
Forest have won three of their four games since Brazil took charge after Philippe Montanier was sacked in mid-January.
Their most recent win was an impressive comeback against Aston Villa, which the Reds won 2-1 after Ben Brereton scored a last minute winner.
Al Hasawi has made a habit of sacking managers and is now on the hunt for his eighth since taking over the club in 2012.
He has presided over the likes of Billy Davies, Alex McLeish and Stuart Pearce who have managed the club in recent years.
Since Montanier’s sacking on January 15, Forest have pulled away from the relegation zone. The Reds were 20th, just three points above the bottom three following a 0-0 draw with Birmingham City. However they now sit in 15th place with 36 points.
Brazil will be likely to lead the club in their next two back-to-back away matches against Norwich on Saturday, then Fulham on Tuesday night.
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