Nottingham Forest re-open Stuart Pearce talks?

Manager Stuart Pearce of England during UEFA European U21 Championships on June 11, 2013
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Nottingham Forest are understood to have re-entered talks with Stuart Pearce over the managerial vacancy at the club.

Nottingham Forest have reportedly re-opened talks with Stuart Pearce over the managerial vacancy at the club.

The Championship outfit are currently looking for a new boss following the sacking of Billy Davies last week.

Pearce, 51, was a heavy favourite to take over at the City Ground before confirming that he had rejected the chance to manage the team.

However, the former defender is now back in discussions with Forest over a possible contract, according to Sky Sports News.

Pearce spent 12 years as a player with the club, a spell which included a brief period as caretaker manager.

West Brom manager Steve Clarke looks on prior to the Premier League match between Cardiff City and West Bromwich Albion at Cardiff City Stadium on December 14, 2013
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