AKA Brian Howard Clough
Birthplace: Teesside, Middlesbrough, England
Location of death: Derby, England 
Cause of death: Cancer - Stomach
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Executive summary: Renowned British soccer manager
As player, Clough scored 251 goals in 274 matches he played, helping to win two English cups. He became a manager in 1965 at Hartlepool, switching to Derby County two years later.
As manager, Clough led Nottingham Forest to win the European championships in 1979 and 1980. It is incredibly difficult to do that with a provincial team (a feat probably impossible today, considering the money that is now dominant in the game), and he is considered one of the greatest soccer coaches in British history.
Clough was a heavy drinker, and received a liver transplant in January 2003.
 Derby City General Hospital, Derby, England.
Daughter: Elizabeth "Libby"
Risk Factors: Alcoholism
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