Mark Warburton

Mark Warburton was confirmed as the new manager of Nottingham Forest on 14 March 2017. Previous to this he was the manager at Glasgow Rangers and Brentford.

Warburton entered football management for the first time in 2013 as Manager of Brentford. He would go on to enjoy immediate success as he led the Club back to the second tier of English football for the first time since 1992-93 as they finished as runners up in Sky Bet League One in 2013/14.

He initially arrived at Griffin Park in February 2011 as Interim First Team Coach, working alongside Nicky Forster following the departure of Andy Scott.

He was later appointed as Sporting Director in the summer of 2011 and took overall responsibility for the football side of the Club.

Working alongside Uwe Rösler, Mark helped build a First Team squad that finished third in League One in 2012/13 and then lost the League One Play-Off Final.

Mark has also overseen the opening of a new Category Two Football Academy and built a support team of medical, analysis, conditioning and kit management staff.

Sessions by Mark Warburton

Deliveries from wide areas

in Attacking

The focus of this session is on combination play that results in a crossed delivery from a specific wide area. We play with attacking full-backs and like to work the ball into wider positions from which we can deliver quality crosses into the area. The first ‘pattern of play’ allows us to place players in... MORE

Forward runs

in Attacking

Focus on forward runs and encourage positive forward movement linked to patient buildup play and good pitch geography. MORE


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