managed the Club for 18 years
between 1975 & 1993 and
presided over the Club's most
successful spell in their
history. During his reign two
European Cups, a European Super
Cup, a League Championship and
four League Cups were all won.
The above statue was unveiled in November 2008, in the centre of Nottingham (at the junction of King & Queen Street) after a public appeal raised the money to pay for it. He passed away on 20th September 2004.
Another statue of 'Cloughie' stands in Albert Park, Middlesbrough, his home town and where he played for the Club, scoring 197 goals in just 213 appearances, between 1955-1961.
Thanks to Eamonn McDonnell for supplying the above photo.
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