Aberdeen have “no intention” of sacking supervisor Stephen Glass, says chairman Dave Cormack.
The Dons haven’t gained in 10 video games in all competitions, dropping their previous 5 matches.
The 45-year-old ex-Atlanta United coach faces top-five sides Hibernian, Rangers and Hearts in his facet’s subsequent three Scottish Premiership fixtures.
“I consider he’ll flip this round – the coaches and gamers will rectify the state of affairs,” Cormack mentioned.
“We have no intention of creating a change so early. We have to be affected person. The board and extra importantly the entire participant pool consider within the teaching group.
“We’re all pissed off. The final 5 video games have been extremely disappointing. We’re 9 video games in (to the league) with 29 video games to go. No person mentioned it could occur in a single day.”
Glass was Cormack’s first managerial appointment as Pittodrie chairman after Derek McInnes’ eight-year reign resulted in March.
The previous Aberdeen and Newcastle winger gained three and misplaced three of his eight video games in cost final season and began the present marketing campaign with 5 wins out of six in competitions, which included progress within the Europa League qualifiers and their opening two Premiership video games.
Nonetheless, a League Cup defeat by Raith Rovers began their present winless run, which was prolonged by Saturday’s 2-1 league loss at Dundee.
Full-backs Calvin Ramsay, 18, and Jack MacKenzie, 21, have featured closely this time period and Cormack believes extra will observe from the membership’s academy.
And the chairman applauded different Scottish golf equipment who’ve given managers time, together with St Johnstone after Callum Davidson gained each of final season’s home cup tournaments.
“Hibs and Hearts’ boards have been affected person,” he informed BBC Radio Scotland’s Sportsound. “Final 12 months, have a look at Callum Davidson – he gained two of his first 10 league video games.
“We have a really aggressive league this 12 months, it is an important league with numerous competitors. We made it clear that our technique and imaginative and prescient was to play attacking, entertaining soccer and that we would give youth an opportunity.
“I consider in what we’re doing. We consider in our imaginative and prescient and our technique. We spend over £1m on our youth academy annually. We have got a conveyor belt of younger gamers which can be coming by way of which can be going to be completely wonderful.”