Date: 5th October 2008 at 7:30pm
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Colin Calderwood was still looking on the bright side today, following his sides latest defeat. Despite losing 2-0 at home to Crystal Palace, he’s confident that he can turn things round.

Speaking to the official site, he said. ‘I still have no doubts we’ll get out of the bottom three. We’ve got to be careful that doesn’t become a recurring theme through the season. We’ve got to take points. But I’ve still got a strong belief we can turn the corner and get ourselves out of the situation we’re in.’

The pressure is mounting on CC and he’s beginning to lose the support on the terraces. Yesterday for the first time this season, fans voiced their displeasure with the first outing for the ‘Calderwood Out’ chants.

That displeasure is set to grow louder if he doesn’t get it right soon. The international break may give him some respite, but there are fans that have given up on him completely already. CC said himself that he should be judged after 10 games. That’s where we are now and we’re rooted to the bottom of the table. It’s not good enough.