Frank Clark

Frank Clark is a longstanding Vice-Chairman of the LMA and has played an active role in the Association being the representative on the Football League Appeals Committee and the Kick it Out campaign.

He managed Orient, where he achieved promotion via the play-offs, Nottingham Forest, where he won promotion back to the Premier League in his first season, followed by third place and qualification for the UEFA Cup the following year, and Manchester City.

As a player, he will best be remembered for being part of the Nottingham Forest European Cup Winning side in 1979, but he had a long and successful career with Crook Town, Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest.

In addition to the European Cup, he also won an FA Amateur Cup Winners medal with Crook Town, two League Cup Winners medals and a First Division Championship at Nottingham Forest, and won a Second Division Championship and was a losing FA Cup finalist whilst with Newcastle United.

Honours (3)
  • personal-awards
    • Nottingham Forest:
      • LMA Manager of the Year, (23/05/1995)
  • promotions
    • Nottingham Forest:
      • Promotion to FA Carling Premiership, (1994-05-30)
    • Leyton Orient:
      • Promotion to Barclays Football League Division Three, (1989-05-26)
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