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Hibs boss Montgomery addresses the ‘five games to save his job’ claims

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Despite facing criticism from his superiors and the fans, Nick Montgomery remains unfazed and confident in his ability to turn around Hibs’ disappointing season. He acknowledges the gravity of the situation but believes that he and his players can and will do better.

Montgomery brushes off the pressure that comes with managing a football club, emphasizing that it’s part of the job. He acknowledges the fragility within the club, which has cost them dearly this season, and believes it’s something that needs to be addressed.

The fear of failure within the club is something that Montgomery recognizes as a long-standing issue. He understands the need for change and is considering bringing in external help, such as a psychologist, to address this issue. He also acknowledges his own mistakes and is determined to learn from them.

Overall, Montgomery remains optimistic about the future of Hibs and is committed to improving the team’s performance and changing the negative perceptions associated with the club.

Despite facing criticism from his superiors and the fans, Nick Montgomery remains unfazed and confident in his ability to turn around Hibs’ disappointing season. He acknowledges the gravity of the situation but believes that he and his players can and will do better.

Montgomery brushes off the pressure that comes with managing a football club, emphasizing that it’s part of the job. He acknowledges the fragility within the club, which has cost them dearly this season, and believes it’s something that needs to be addressed.

The fear of failure within the club is something that Montgomery recognizes as a long-standing issue. He understands the need for change and is considering bringing in external help, such as a psychologist, to address this issue. He also acknowledges his own mistakes and is determined to learn from them.

Overall, Montgomery remains optimistic about the future of Hibs and is committed to improving the team’s performance and changing the negative perceptions associated with the club.

Despite facing criticism from his superiors and the fans, Nick Montgomery remains unfazed and confident in his ability to turn around Hibs’ disappointing season. He acknowledges the gravity of the situation but believes that he and his players can and will do better.

Montgomery brushes off the pressure that comes with managing a football club, emphasizing that it’s part of the job. He acknowledges the fragility within the club, which has cost them dearly this season, and believes it’s something that needs to be addressed.

The fear of failure within the club is something that Montgomery recognizes as a long-standing issue. He understands the need for change and is considering bringing in external help, such as a psychologist, to address this issue. He also acknowledges his own mistakes and is determined to learn from them.

Overall, Montgomery remains optimistic about the future of Hibs and is committed to improving the team’s performance and changing the negative perceptions associated with the club.

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