Former Rangers manager makes a shocking comment as he moves to finally clear up Nottingham Forest suspicion…

Mark Warburton asserts that he was dismissed from Rangers and didn’t resign, despite the club’s claim of accepting the management team’s resignation.

He learned about his departure through a Sky Sports ticker during a Friday night game. Warburton denies planning the move to Nottingham Forest, stating it resulted from an unexpected phone call 10 days after leaving Rangers.

He emphasizes that survival was the goal at Forest, successfully achieved by securing Championship status on the last day of the season.

Warburton, having managed Brentford and QPR since, is currently without a coaching role after leaving West Ham at the end of the season.

Mark Warburton on Nottingham Forest.

Despite the claims, Mark Warburton would move to Nottingham Forest after leaving Rangers and it’s always kept an air of Ibrox suspicion over the manager.

Asked about the move to the City Ground, the former Gers boss has claimed the job came as a result of an out-of-the-blue phone call and was not planned despite suggestions otherwise.

Mark Warburton also claims that he did his duty at Nottingham Forest and suggested there was nothing fishy about his post-Rangers switch to the club.

“This is again, ‘Warburton’s resigned to go to Nottingham Forest’,” Warburton started.

“The owners, Mr Fawaz (Al-Hasawi) who was selling the club to the current owner Mr (Evangelos) Marinakis, I never met Mr Fawraz.

“I get a phone call ten days after I left Rangers. I’m sitting at home doing some media stuff and I get phone call from the agent saying Nottingham Forest would like to speak to you.

“And that was it. It’s a big club, twice European Cup winners.


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