Ex-Rangers chief set to join Nottingham Forest in shock new career move | The Sun
FORMER academy chief at Rangers, Craig Mulholland, could be set to join up with Nottingham Forest.
Gary Brazil is leaving the club after nearly 10 years.
And new football supremo Ross Wilson wants his old pal Mulholland to sort out the youth set-up.
Wilson left the Gers last month after spending four years at the club as its sporting director.
The 39-year-old has been given the title of chief football officer at the City Ground.
The recruitment chief will effectively replace Filippo Giraldi who was sacked as sporting director after just six months in the role.
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The former Rangers director will take on a more expanded role at Forest.
Wilson said: “I would like to thank the players, led superbly by captain James Tavernier, and the manager Michael Beale, as well as all those who have come before them in the three and a half years I have spent at Rangers.
"I would like to thank Douglas Park, Stewart Robertson and the Board for their support.
"I wish John Bennett – a true Rangers man – a successful chairmanship.
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"This is a great club, and there are so many reasons for Rangers to face the decades ahead with optimism and pride.
“Thank you for your support. I wish everyone associated with Rangers nothing but the best for the future.”
Forest are fighting for survival in the Premier League as they are 18th in the table with the same points as Leeds and Leicester who are just above them in the safety zone.
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