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Celtic’s Champions League campaign is in danger of ending tomorrow night.
With the number of players missing, Aberdeen’s defence coped all right against Dundee.
Aberdeen’s capture of James Wilson is a good move for everyone.
Aberdeen won’t be happy with their performance against Rangers.
Aberdeen can travel to Turf Moor with real belief that they can progress past Burnley in the Europa League.
Willie Miller: Ball, Ferguson and Cosgrove will be looking to secure place in Dons first 11 for challenges ahead
Three of Aberdeen’s recent signings have shown they can stake a claim for a place in the Dons’ first 11.
Willie Miller: West Brom an ideal chance for Reds to learn what they will face when Burnley come calling
Facing West Brom in their final pre-season friendly is the ideal way for Aberdeen to prepare for their European campaign.
Willie Miller: Future looks bright for Aberdeen as Devlin and McKenna give a good early case for the defence
The friendship Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin have off the pitch will help them forge a strong centre-back partnership for the upcoming season.
There’s substance to this summer story of Juventus not only wanting to buy Cristiano Ronaldo but Madrid being willing, at least, to talk to them about the deal.
It’s only really beginning to sink in but Sunday was a personal farewell to Andrés Iniesta.
Pre-season moved on a long way during my playing career and has continued to change dramatically since.
In January 2011 I got a phone call from Alan Pardew, then the Newcastle manager, who wanted to replace the aggressive, physical, aerially successful striker he’d just lost to Liverpool.
Willie Miller: Dons should stick to tried and tested formula and ignore the mega-spending Old Firm’s conflict
Aberdeen cannot get involved in the multi-million pound Premiership signing battle between Celtic and Rangers.
Miller on Miller: Striker could make difference between winning and losing big games as Dons look for silverware
Kenny Miller’s talks with Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes in Florida have surprised many members of the Red Army.
One of the least appealing elements of this profession is telling the truth.
It’s nice that the Aberdeen fans will have the opportunity to celebrate Neale Cooper’s life at Pittodrie.
It’s great to see Scotland Under-21s reaching the semi-finals of the Toulon Tournament.
It was magnificent to see Scott McKenna captain Scotland against Mexico.
It’s best to start with an admission. I adored Neale Cooper, the player, the person, the voracious lover of life.
Having an extra two weeks before entering Europe will be hugely valuable to Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
Former St Mirren boss Jack Ross will face many hurdles in his attempt to guide Sunderland out of League One.
Willie Miller: Fringe players can grasp opportunity to shine but taking on these friendlies looks like SFA error
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie comes into that category and he has a chance to show Alex he is international class.
By the time the dust settles in Kiev I’ll be just a few days away from my Aeroflot flight to Moscow.
I was working in Pizzaland in central Glasgow that blighted and cursed afternoon in 1986 when the media announced what we’d all known for weeks was true: that Alex Ferguson needed to extend his horizons and move to Manchester United.
Manchester United fans will be disappointed their team were beaten by Chelsea in Saturday’s FA Cup final.
Celtic fully deserved to win the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
This season was another good campaign for Aberdeen after they finished second for a fourth year in a row.
Although they are the two men of the moment one looks like a kid and the other still bears the nickname The Kid.
Aberdeen's victory against Celtic was a fantastic way to finish the season and secure second place.
And so to the case of Ousmane Dembélé. Have you seen the French winger?