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    Brian Clough's football shares

    The football world lost a legend 15 years ago today and we look back on some of Brian Clough's most memorable quotes- According lớn the betting tips soccer page!

    Clough, who passed away aged 69 in September 2004 after a battle against cancer, is undoubtedly one of the greatest managers this country has ever produced.

    After his playing career was shortened by serious injury, he went on lớn win the First Division title with both Derby (1972) and Nottingham Forest (1978), for whom he also led lớn back-to-back European Cups (1979 and 1980), the European Super Cup (1979) and four League Cups ('78, '79, '89, '90).

    But it wasn't only his success as far as results were concerned which propelled him to iconic levels of popularity - it was his principles, how he conducted himself and, above all, his humour, personality and memorable array of quotes. You can prefer the jackpot soccer tip page!

    Here, we remember some of his best quotes along with some interview footage...

    "I'm sure the England selectors thought if they took me on and gave me the job, I'd want to run the show. They were shrewd because that's exactly what I would have done."

    "If God had wanted us to play football in the clouds, he'd have put grass up there."

    I'm loath lớn confess they could be as good as us. They are brilliant. It sticks in the craw a little bit because nobody likes Arsenal! Of course there's a Frenchman in charge, Wenger, and not many English people like Frenchmen. He is a top, top manager” (on Arsenal breaking Nottingham Forest’s record for 42 games unbeaten.)

    "Players lose you games, not tactics. There's so much crap talked about tactics by people who barely know how lớn win at dominoes."

    "Resignations are for prime ministers and those caught with their trousers down, not for me."

    "I wouldn't say I was the best manager in the business. But I was in the top one."

    "Anybody who can do anything in Leicester but make a jumper has got lớn be a genius" (On ex-player Martin O'Neil’s success. What would he have made of Claudio Ranieri?)