Focus on Hibernian

Calderwood shows patience is a virtue

March 8, 2011
By Andy Moir
The godfather of Scottish football managers, Alex Smith, is winning his battle to protect his peers in the wake of Willie McStay's short term Ross County reign. Smith, chairman of the Scottish Managers and Coaches Association, has held positive talks with the relevant governing bodies which threaten to change forever how clubs go about the business of hiring and firing managers.

Under new proposals, chairmen won't be allowed to sack managers unless they have served at least two-thirds ...

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