If I could have been remotely fashed, I’d have shot off an ‘Angry Of Aiberdeen’ email to the Beeb.
The current troubles surrounding Aberdeen’s ailing retail sector can’t be fixed by the local authority.
One of my great joys in life before lockdown (remember that?) was travelling to different cities and towns across the UK and Europe.
Aberdeen returned to winning ways in the Premiership against St Johnstone, but again struggled to create chances.
Aberdeen’s squad for the game with St Johnstone had a youthful look about it – and it could be a sign of things to come.
Stephen Glass takes over as Aberdeen manager today with the chance to make a great start to his managerial career.
I don't know about you, but I’m certainly one. A coronasomniac.
Hugging has been on my agenda in recent days.
There was no Scottish Cup upset for Cove Rangers at Ibrox, but facing Rangers was still another landmark occasion for the Granite City side.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen need to make the most of Scottish Cup chance they’ve been given by kind draw
Aberdeen have got a very good chance to go deep in the Scottish Cup.
It looks like the scam artists have been spending their lockdown dreaming up new and elaborate ways to con the rest of us.
Last week, when I went skite at the news of JL’s closure, my quine rightly declared: “It’s people like you who’ve caused this. Before Covid, when were you last in the shop?”
It’s like the death of an uncle you see only a few times a year.
Willie Miller column: Disappointing start means Scotland now need a big result in World Cup qualifying campaign
After two qualifying draws, I'm concerned Scotland already face a similar situation to previous campaigns where they have to produce a big result to turn it around.
In the past year, we have almost become used to worse news piling on bad news.
Aberdeen supporters should embrace Scott Brown as he will bring a winning mentality, leadership and a wealth of experience to Pittodrie.
Fingers crossed, life is slowly getting back to normal.
When the Holyrood inquiry committee delivered its findings on the Salmond-Sturgeon clash, nobody paid attention.
Willie Miller says Aberdeen needed clarity of swift managerial appointment after Stephen Glass is confirmed as new boss
Aberdeen legend Willie Miller is pleased the club has clarity after moving quickly to bring in a new manager.
In these heady days of video chats and meetings I have wrestled with the thorny problem of what to do with my background.
Scotland get their bid to qualify for the 2022 World Cup underway this week and a good start is crucial.
The oddest things in the EE fair tickle me.
The Hate Crime Bill has been a controversial piece of legislation and, in places, difficult to comprehend.
Willie Miller column: Return of the lower leagues is positive – let’s hope they can finish season without further delays
Leagues One and Two return this weekend and I hope the clubs can finish their seasons without too many problems.
Today will be exactly a year since I went into lockdown.
Stephen Glass, Scott Brown and Allan Russell would be my preference at this stage to be Aberdeen’s next management team.
Who would be in the Queen’s favourite black patent shoes?
Nicola Sturgeon must feel as if she’s in one of those horror movies where the walls – with spikes – are closing in on her.
Rangers have handled the pressure on them this season to win the Premiership title.
Rather than tune in to the Harry and Meghan show, I was sorely tempted to watch old reruns of Star Trek.