SCOTT BROWN agreed the Celtic supporters were RIGHT to vent their anger at the end of the disappointing goalless draw against Dundee.
The Hoops skipper, who is clearly struggling for both fitness and form, admitted: “We deserved that. That’s been a few games now when we’ve let ourselves down and it’s not been good enough football.
“It’s been long balls, we’ve not done well and not created a lot of chances. I understand the fans’ frustrations. Everyone at the club is frustrated that we’re not doing as well as we possibly can.”
Brown believes the champions will need to grind out results over the next 10 Premiership games if they are to lift their fifth successive crown.
He said: “We’re devastated. We’ve not played as well as we’d have liked or as well as we could have.
“We’ve let everyone down and it’s not good enough. We knew Aberdeen would win, so it was on us to win, too. We’ve not done ourselves any justice.
“Even if it’s not pretty football, we need to grind out a result. A 1-0 at home at this time of the season would be a great result, three points on the board, and points mean so much to us just now.
“We’ve got one point and that isn’t good enough for us at home. We should be making this place a fortress like it used to be.
“It’s not been like that in recent months.”