Friday, May 27, 2011

Hibs: Season's Greeting

The Terrace Scottish Football Podcast are putting together a club-by-club of the Scottish football season just past.

The honour of wrestling with events at Easter Road fell to me.

This was another grim year for Hibs. The sun seems to rarely shine on Leith these days:

"But any review of the 2010/11 season is a review of myriad failings over recent years. A club that enjoys revelling in its long term propserity off the pitch has been without structure or strategy on the field. Too many managers have come and gone, too many bad signings have been countenanced under an incoherent transfer policy, too many simmering resentments in the stands have gone ignored by the powers that be. The result of that was evident in every poor performance, every tame surrendering, every reduced attendance in this torrid season. The great solace is that Colin Calderwood seems aware of all this and confident in his own ability to bring about the changes needed."
Read the full article here

Grateful to hear your views on this one. Where do Hibs go from here? Is Colin Calderwood the right man for the job? Is the constant changing of managers just window dressing to cover the wider malaise?

It's going to be another interesting close season at Easter Road. The 2010/11 season was a nightmare.

Surely it can't happen again?

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