By Danny Wright
Nottingham Forest fans have taken to Twitter to announce that they want Gary Brazil to be relieved of his duties as interim manager.
Following a 1-0 loss to East Midlands rivals Burton Albion on Saturday, Forest want the 54-year-old to hand over the reins to a manager that can steer the club away from the bottom three.
The Reds slipped to 19th in the Championship standings and now sit just two points clear of the relegation zone following the loss at the Pirelli Stadium.
Brazil has been in charge ever since Philippe Montanier was sacked by club owner Fawaz Al Hasawi in January.
The former Fulham and Newcastle attacker was placed in caretaker charge of the club and after an impressive start, winning three of his first four games, it was announced that Brazil would be made interim manager until the end of the season.
Now though, the club have began a descent back towards the drop zone after an inconsistent spell of form which has seen them lose to the likes of Burton and Brentford despite smashing promotion candidates Brighton 3-0 last Saturday.
Fans now fear the worst and want Al Hasawi to take drastic action, although fans were calling for him to exit the club too.
Here is a selection of tweets from Forest fans about Brazil:
— Adam Joe Fletcher (@FletchRed88) March 11, 2017
— The Real Guy (@TheChrisH4) March 11, 2017
If we stick with Brazil we will be relegated, Fact.if we continue to play 4-4-2 we will be relegated, Fact.. Brereton is average, Fact #NFFC
— gary gordon-allard (@cambs_red) March 11, 2017
All other clubs in the relegation battle have an experienced manager. Gary Brazil has a 50% loss rate across all 3 spells as a manager #nffc
— ash hallam (@ash85621) March 11, 2017
— Red Forever???? (@mac123_m) March 11, 2017
Every other Manager will out manage Brazil if he stays. He's turned the first team into a sitting duck. #nffc
— Newark Anagram ???????? (@MrLarwood) March 11, 2017
#nffc that was an embarrassment Gary Brazil nice bloke but clueless
— eddy nffc (@danzboyd) March 11, 2017
With my tweets lately about Gary Brazil got nothing against him. Rather see him go back to kids. He's way out his depth as manager. #NFFC ????
— RED DOG ???? (@NFFCMANN) March 11, 2017
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