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Frank Clark (born 9 September 1943) is an English former footballer and manager, who is the current chairman of Nottingham Forest. Clark played in over 400 games for Newcastle United before moving to Nottingham Forest, where he would later be manager and chairman. He also had spells managing Manchester City and Leyton Orient. He was born in Consett, County Durham. He started at Crook Town, playing as a full-back. He started his professional career at Newcastle United, and played a total of 464 games for them between 1962 and 1975. He then joined Nottingham Forest, where he was part of Forest's 1978 Championship-winning squad, and he played for them in the 1979 European Cup Final, where they beat Malmo FF. After his playing career he was Assistant Manager of Sunderland from 1979 to 1982 and then became manager of Leyton Orient, later becoming Managing Director of the Brisbane Road club. In 1993 he was appointed as Nottingham Forest manager, as a replacement for the retiring Brian Clough. Forest had just been relegated to Division One when Clark took over, but he took them back to the Premiership after achieving automatic promotion in second place.