CC demands 'better progress'

20 October 2011 07:40
Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood admits he expects more from himself as he enters his second year in the job.[LNB] Calderwood has guided Hibs to 10 wins in 41 Clydesdale Bank Premier League matches since taking over after the dismissal of John Hughes last October.[LNB]The Edinburgh side have lost 23 of those games, and also suffered a Scottish Cup exit at the hands of Ayr United in January, but Calderwood believes his current group of players can provide a better future.[LNB]Calderwood, whose team visit St Mirren Park on Saturday, said on BBC Scotland's website: "It's below what I would expect to get by way of wins and points.[LNB]"Improvement has not been apparent enough, but I quite like what I have got and I know that this group can produce more than we have.[LNB]"We have to make better progress. I expect more of myself in terms of a return for the supporters, definitely."

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