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Calderwood Teams Up With Hughton Again.

Birmingham City have confirmed the appointment of Colin Calderwood as assistant manager.

The former Hibernian boss has joined Chris Hughton`s coaching staff, something that Hughton has been seeking for some time.
Calderwood was relieved of his duties at

Easter Road earlier this month, now he will try to emulate the success that the pair have had in the past when they have worked together.

That was at Newcastle United when they lead the Magpies from the Championship to the top flight in 2010.

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Date:Friday November 25 2011

Time: 6:15PM

 

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