Under-fire Dave Cormack has offered a mammoth Aberdeen apology to supporters as he ended up on the verge of tears after axing Jim Goodwin.The 64-year-old fronted up to the assembled media after his side's 6-0 disaster against Hibs – days after the Irishman earned an unlikely stay of execution following their humiliating loss to Darvel.
And the Hibernian beating led to Goodwin instantly leaving before Cormack faced the press and addressed the multiple issues the club faces during another disastrous campaign.
And he revealed he had an emotional embrace with the departing boss after the latest sorry loss. Speaking to BBC, he said: "I'm kind of at a loss for words, I saw our fans there again today and supporting the team, singing the whole game.
I've been a fan my whole life and like them I am embarrassed, humiliated and shocked by the results. Jim is a good man, he has given everything here and I met him after the game and he gave me a hug and he said, 'I know, Dave, it's simply not good enough'. "We part company, for obvious reasons, since coming back from the World Cup, our away form has been abysmal, our home form has been pretty decent.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk