UNDER-FIRE Motherwell boss Mark McGhee insists he won’t quit – despite fans turning on him during yesterday’s 5-1 flop at home to Dundee.
The band of around 100 also chanted derision at the gaffer, but the Scotland No.2 is adamant he wants to stay in charge.
McGhee, who was forced to field a youthful defence due to injuries, said: “I understand the fans’ frustrations, but they have to be realistic.
“I understand what the supporters are saying and I’m not arrogant enough to think I’m immortal – that’s 7-2 to Aberdeen and now 5-1 to Dundee.
The Fir Park chief had to play Jack McMillan, 19, and Zak Jules, 20, at the back four alongside Joe Chalmers and Ben Heneghan who are just 23.
“We didn’t cope physically. Marcus Haber bullied them. It brought home how much we missed the experienced lads.”
It has been a tough week for McGhee who also faces a five-match ban following a bust-up with fourth official John McKendrick after being ordered from the dug-out during the punding at Pittodrie.