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When Brian Clough took over at Nottingham Forest, he was a man in a hurry. He had won the league title at unfashionable Derby County, but had fallen short in pursuit of the European Cup and then suffered a disastrous spell in charge at Leeds United.
When Clough took over at Nottingham Forest in 1975 they were 13th in Division Two. In 1977 they were promoted to Division One and the following season they beat Liverpool in the League Cup final and won the first league title in the club's history.
In 1978-79, Clough had another crack at the European Cup. Forest beat Liverpool on their way to the final, where they defeated Malmo 1-0. The following season, Clough and Forest shocked Europe again, as they retained the European Cup by beating Kevin Keegan's Hamburg 1-0.
To put this achievement into perspective, at this stage in football history the European Cup had only ever been won by Real Madrid, Benfica, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Celtic, Manchester United, Feyenoord, Ajax, Bayern Munich and Liverpool.
Nottingham Forest had come from absolutely nowhere to gatecrash a party where previously only the giants of European football were allowed to play.