Fenlon seeks to rebuild unity
Saturday 26 November 2011
Pat Fenlon's immediate aim after being named Hibernian manager is to transform results and unify the club.
The 42-year-old was yesterday unveiled as Hibs fifth manager in four seasons, moving to Edinburgh from Bohemians until the end of the 2013-14 season.
Fenlon won five league titles and three cup competitions during a nine-year managerial career in Ireland and succeeds Colin Calderwood, who was sacked early this month.
"We've got to try to get a bit of togetherness back in the club, with the players, everybody else and the supporters," Fenlon said. "That's what we'll try and build in a short period of time."
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