Craig enjoys new Don

ABERDEEN boss Craig Brown believes his squad has the depth to stay at the top end of the SPL table after they moved second with victory at an on-form Hibs.

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A patched-up Dons outfit jumped ahead of their rivals, and a point behind leaders Celtic, after Niall McGinn continued his recent hot streak with his eighth goal of the season to snatch a 1-0 success.

"We've come here to the team in second place with seven first team players missing," he said. "I think that shows we've got good resilience and a good attitude in the squad. We were good on the counter-attack."


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