Hart out, Hoddle in?

Paul Hart, believe it or not, is still manager of Nottingham Forest Football Club yet the press are already speculating as to who could replace him.

Glenn Hoddle, the man who Forest actually tried to hire before David Platt, is the latest name to be thrown into the frame.

Hoddle's agent Dennis Roach told BBC Sport: "There has been no contact whatsoever with Nottingham Forest. No discussions have taken place."

Other names to be linked with the job are Burton Albion's Nigel Clough, Manchester City coach Stuart Pearce and Scunthorpe boss Brian Laws.

Leeds have NOT approached Forest chairman Nigel Doughty who told the official website: ""I think I speak for everyone connected with the club in saying I would very much like Paul and his backroom team to stay on at the City Ground and continue the excellent job they have done in the last two-and-a-half years,"

Lets hope he does!