Where is Colin Calderwood now?
Colin Calderwood ended his career in 2001 after breaking his leg whilst playing for Nottingham Forest.
Upon retiring he moved into coaching and was appointed reserve team manager at former club Tottenham Hotspur before joining Northampton Town as manager.
He had a successful time at Northampton gaining promotion in his second season in charge and on the back of this success he joined Nottingham Forest as manager in 2006.
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Calderwood stayed at Forest for two years before getting sacked after a string of poor performances in 2008.
The following year Colin Calderwood was back in football as assistant manager at Newcastle United.
In 2010 Calderwood left Newcastle to take the vacant managerial role at Hibernian – he was sacked by the club in November 2011 after a disastrous run of results.
He wasn’t out of work for long and was snapped up by Birmingham to work as assistant manager to Chris Hughton and moved with him when Hughton was given the Norwich City job.
In April 2014 Calderwood left Norwich City after Chris Hughton was sacked.
It wasn’t too long before Colin Calderwood was back in football as it was announced in February 2015 that he was to join up once again with Chris Hughton at Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion to work as his assistant manager.
Calderwood left Brighton & Hove Albion in November 2016 to take the position of assistant manager to Steve Bruce at Aston Villa.
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Colin Calderwood: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com