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Jim Goodwin forced to wait on Aberdeen sack decision as Dave Cormack leaves boss in 24 hour limbo

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Jim Goodwin faces a 24-hour sweat over his job as the Aberdeen powerbrokers meet to discuss his future. The Dons boss is fighting to stay in position after his team suffered yet more humiliation this season – being dumped out of the Scottish Cup by minnows Darvel on Monday night.But Pittodrie chairman Dave Cormack and his board have yet to make a decision on their manager’s future - with high-level talks planned over the next 24 hours.

Large sections of the Red Army have turned on their manager in recent weeks with the defeat at Darvel - the worst in the club’s history - the final straw for many.Cormack and his fellow directors are well aware that results haven’t been good enough and there needs to be a dramatic improvement.

They now have to decide whether or not Goodwin is the man to take them forward or it is time for change.Goodwin pulled his players into Cormack Park on Monday for showdown talks.

The squad were hauled in for a frank discussion about the performance at Darvel and recent poor performances.The squad were left in no doubt that their displays haven’t been good enough and they must start doing a lot better.

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