Aberdeen captain Scott Brown has issued a rallying call to his Pittodrie teammates as their poor start to the season continues, and insisted they need a “turning point” quickly.

The Dons face Dundee this weekend as they look to end a lengthy run of games without a win and Brown is confident that their luck will change soon.

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The Aberdeen veteran insists things aren’t going too badly and told the Dons stars to ignore the “outside noise” as the critics get their pound of flesh.

“We have a great bunch of lads here, a great group of staff as well,” Brown said.

We have to keep believing in what we are doing and don’t worry about the outside noise.

“We have not been playing that badly but we need to start winning games and getting points.

“The goals we are conceding, it is not just about what happens at the back.

“It is what happens throughout the whole team. It is all about shape. It is all about discipline.

 

“We need a turning point. We have been playing OK but not getting the results.

“Even there against Celtic last time out  we did OK. I felt we were unlucky. We had a couple of chances and on another day they go in.

“It is just one of these things. Celtic had two shots on target and scored two goals. When your luck is not going for you, that is what happens.

“We have to keep creating the chances and I believe our luck will change. We have to keep working hard.

“We have belief in this building and in these players.”

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