1. Brian Clough died of stomach cancer on 20 September 2004, on Ward 30, in Derby City Hospital, at the age of 69, having been admitted a few days earlier.
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2. Brian Clough was made an inaugural inductee of the English Football Hall of Fame in 2002 in recognition of his huge impact as a manager.
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3. Brian Clough considered applying for the job as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers on the sacking of Graham Taylor on 13 November 1995.
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4. Brian Clough dedicated his autobiography in 1994 to Taylor, and he paid tribute to him when he was given the freedom of Nottingham, as he did in September 1999 when a bust was unveiled of Clough at the City Ground.
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5. In June 1986, Brian Clough was linked with the job of Scotland manager, but the vacancy was filled by Andy Roxburgh instead.
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7. Brian Clough was still a popular choice to be given the job of England manager before Graham Taylor's appointment in 1990.
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8. Brian Clough was interviewed for the job twice, in 1977 and 1982, but lost out to Ron Greenwood and Bobby Robson respectively.
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11. On 18 January 1989 Brian Clough joined the fray of a City Ground pitch invasion by hitting two of his own team's fans when on the pitch.
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16. Brian Clough replaced Allan Brown as manager of Nottingham Forest on 6 January 1975 twelve weeks after the end of his 44-day tenure as manager of Leeds United.
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20. On 5 August 1973, Brian Clough put his name to an article in the Sunday Express which savaged Leeds United's disciplinary record, stating that Don Revie should be fined for encouraging his players in their unsporting behaviour and Leeds relegated to the Second Division.
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