POLL: Who do you want to be the next Nottingham Forest manager?
Nottingham Forest are on the hunt for their fourth manager in a year after parting company with Alex McLeish.
McLeish departed after 41 days in charge at the City Ground and there are a string of names in the betting tipped to replace him.
The odds are changing all the time but Nigel Adkins has emerged as the front runner, coming in as short as 2/1 with some bookmakers.
Former Forest manager Billy Davies is the second favourite to rejoin the Reds for a second spell after being sack for an ongoing dispute with the former owners.
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Ex-player Roy Keane is again in the betting, he has been out of management for more than two years after being sacked by Ipswich Town.
Alan Curbishley who had a successful promotion campaign with Charlton is also in running. He's openly suggested he's looking for a way back into management since leaving West Ham, all the way back in 2008.
Owen Coyle is another name linked with the job as well as Mark Hughes, Paolo Di Canio and MK Dons's young manager, Karl Robinson.
There are some surprise candidates that make up the betting, albeit as rank outsiders, these are; Derby County's Nigel Clough and ex Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo.
We've set up a poll of the candidates who make up the betting list. Vote for the man you'd like to succeed Alex McLeish.