Billy Davies returns to Nottingham Forest to 'finish' job
Thursday 07 February 2013
The Nottingham Forest chairman, Fawaz al-Hasawi, has backed new manager Billy Davies to finish what he started and get the club promoted to the Premier League.
Davies returned to the City Ground, almost 20 months after he was sacked by the old regime, replacing Alex McLeish after the former Birmingham and Aston Villa manager's brief spell ended on Tuesday.
Davies is on record that he has "unfinished business" at the club. "We know how hungry he is," Hasawi said. "In returning to the City Ground we believe his leadership will help us fulfil our ambition of making it to the Premier League."
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