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Derby County manager Nigel Clough followed in his father’s footsteps when he took charge of the Rams, in January 2009.
Previous to that, the 45-year-old had cut has managerial teeth through a hugely successful 11-year spell at Burton Albion, during which time he took the Staffordshire club from the Southern League to Football League Division Two.
Clough has steadied the ship at Derby, with the club now sitting comfortably in the npower Championship, and looking to make a late surge for the endof- season play-offs this term.
As a player, Clough made his Nottingham Forest debut in 1984, and went on to clock up 403 appearances in two spells with the club, becoming the second highest scorer in Forest’s history with 131 goals.
As a midfielder or striker, Clough also turned out for Liverpool, Manchester City, Sheffield Wednesday and Burton, and pulled on the England shirt a total of 14 times.