McInnes feels for McCulloch
ABERDEEN manager Derek McInnes admits he has sympathy for Kilmarnock boss Lee McCulloch as t he t wo prepare to go head to head this weekend.
McCulloch’s Kilmarnock have made a slow start to the season, taking j ust one point from their opening five matches ahead of Saturday’s trip to face t he Dons i n t he Ladbrokes Premiership.
H o w e v e r, M c I n n e s , whose Aberdeen side are unbeaten and currently second i n t he l eague, expects McCulloch to get his players firing before long.
“It’s very early,” he said. “You see a lot of teams have slow star ts and Kilmarnock have probably the biggest turnaround in players (in the league).
“I think Lee has probably made the most signings (14) and with that comes that extra responsibility to try and find that understanding, so that may be a factor.
“But when you look at the squad, they have some good players. Last year they picked up some very good results on the road and I t hink t hey’ll be confident coming here.”