Chris Hughton has actually been sacked by Nottingham Forest as coach after the club suffered their 6th loss from 7 Championship matches this season.
Forest lost 2-0 in the house to Middlesbrough on Wednesday and are bottom of the table with one point.
Hughton took control of at the start of last season when Sabri Lamouchi was sacked after the Reds lost their very first 4 league video games.
The 62-year-old directed Forest to security in 2020-21 and exits with 14 wins from 53 video games.
“Nottingham Forest can confirm that Chris Hughton has been relieved of his duties as first-team manager,” the club stated in a declaration.
“The club would like to place on record its appreciation for Chris’ efforts. Chris joined the club in a difficult period for everyone in football and around the world and we thank him for the way he has conducted himself during his tenure.
“Steven Reid will take short-term charge of the first string as interim head coach.”
Hughton is the very first supervisor to be sacked in England’s leading 4 departments this season.