Date: 2nd September 2012 at 4:10pm
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Aberdeen manager Craig Brown says he has noticed a change in the way the opposition have left the pitch after three consecutive 0-0 draws at Pittodrie. In his post match interview Brown said ‘You notice now the rejoicing from the opposing support and bench. It’s a compliment that these teams come and are very happy to leave with a point.’

Despite the lack of goals and consequently points Brown looked at the positives from the games so far, ‘If we continue to play like that then we can’t complain. We can only be disappointed that we haven’t got the results I think our play deserves.’

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon could only support Brown’s point saying ‘I’m delighted to come and pick up a very valuable point. We usually enjoy long spells of possession and we like to boss the ball but to be fair to Aberdeen they put us under pressure for long periods in the game.’

Aberdeen’s ground was once dubbed ‘Fortress Pittodrie’. The name may well have to be resurrected if the Dons make it to the end of September after games against Motherwell and Hibernian undefeated.

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