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In theory this is the time when the Little Boss must come to Barcelona’s rescue. Again.
Read Graham Hunter's latest column here.
You only needed to take a look at the Barcelona bench away to Juventus to understand how much Valencia have got under the skin of La Liga’s leaders.
Since I moved to Spain I’ve been witness to some properly remarkable events while covering the greatest football the world’s ever seen.
Willie Miller: There’s no hiding place for whoever gets the Scotland job next … failure should lead to axe
Whoever is given the Scotland job, they should be appointed on the proviso it’s a qualify or you’re out gig.
The Scotland upcoming friendly against Holland at Pittodrie offers the chance for Aberdeen players to put forward an argument to be involved in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Willie Miller: It’s time for Gers to act on interest in McInnes or move on to try to entice another manager
If Rangers want Derek McInnes to be their manager, they need to make an approach sooner rather than later so he can decide whether to go to Ibrox or not.
Graham Hunter: It’s not the same Aviemore … delight at seeing the Auld Enemy gubbed seems a thing of the past now
It’s my adopted country, their football has given me almost unparalleled joy over the years, my kids have grown up here and I do love most things about Spain
Well, there’s a very strong chance that we’ve just suffered the weakest week of European football by Spanish clubs since I moved over to Iberia 15 years ago in my single-handed bid to make La Liga’s clubs Uefa-dominant.
Willie Miller: The penny finally drops for Gers but let’s hope Derek decides to stay at Aberdeen for now
It might finally have dawned on Rangers that Derek McInnes is the best candidate to take over from Pedro Caixinha.
Celtic will come to Pittodrie on tomorrow night unbeaten in 60 domestic games.
Without a hint of vindictiveness or nastiness I’m obliged to tell you that when Gary Lineker opined on Karim Benzema the other night he was talking absolute, unadorned, ill-informed garbage.
Scotland’s friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie next month is the perfect opportunity for Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie to get his first cap.
Gary Mackay-Steven repaid the faith of manager Derek McInnes with a stellar display against Hibs.
You’d need to be obtuse beyond belief not to notice that something exciting is happening in English football. And, no, it’s not the return of the Premier League.
Apologies in advance but I’m going to put you under pressure this beautiful Friday.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason could return to Pittodrie this week having secured World Cup qualification with Iceland.
There’s an old saying, “all good things come to an end” and it’s with that in mind I have to say this is my very last column.
I promise, scout’s honour, that this will be one of the very few occasions when the dirty word “politics” scars the sports pages of the Evening Express.
There is only so much excitement you can take as now, with palpitations at full thrust, we have to wait for the last instalment in the current series, with a council decision next Wednesday.
Voters being beaten by state police, polling stations being raided and shut down, political leaders arrested.
Adam Rooney and Stevie May proved against St Johnstone that they can forge a formidable strike partnership for Aberdeen.
The veteran-rookie partnership of Kari Arnason and Scott McKenna is looking very promising as they have registered clean sheets in both games they have played together.
Willie Miller: Dons staying close to Celtic at the top can only be good for Scottish game after last season
The best has yet to come from an Aberdeen side sitting joint top of the Premiership table and still unbeaten in the league.
It’s not often I write about the same issue two weeks on the trot, but the continuing Ryanair saga continues to be a major issue.
Honestly, it’s a scandal how Gareth Bale is treated over here. It really is.
What was that saying about school being the “happiest days of your life”?
It was cabaret time in Aberdeen at the weekend ... not in any swish venue, mind, just in the city centre in general.
Travelling on a budget airline should be just a matter of tighter seats and not much legroom, but in Ryanair’s case it could mean cancelled flights and being left high and dry.
Has Ryanair reached a Gerald Ratner moment in its short-ish history?