I’m disappointed that Derek McInnes and Tony Docherty didn’t get the chance to finish the season with Aberdeen.
Birthdays– who’d have ’em?
Now we wait.
Lights, camera, action... and isn’t it good to see the north-east getting a starring role on film and TV?
Nearly a year since I revolutionised my shopping and went online.
Say what you like about the Scottish Football Association, but you wouldn’t want them running a raffle for your local Scout troop or youth club.
Having linesman Graeme Stewart working at Easter Road on Saturday when he should have been self-isolating is embarrassing for the SFA.
Aberdeen need to use their first win in seven games as a springboard for a strong finish to the season.
Methinks oor precious wee yins are among those who’ve suffered most in the lockdowns.
Staycation. It’s the buzz word of the moment.
Willie Miller column: Fan frustration at Q&A postponement understandable but timing needs to be right
I can understand why supporters will be frustrated after Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack postponed a question and answer session scheduled for tonight.
Aberdeen need to show they are capable of ending their poor form in the coming games.
There is a sense of history coming full circle with the plans for flats to be created at the Monkey House on Union Street.
Eeee-ha! That’s me Covid-vaxxed. Fit a relief.
For those unconvinced that Scottish independence would be a panacea for all our woes, we can at least be assured help is at hand from a (very) unlikely source.
Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to sit through any form of grassroots committee meeting will have recognised the viral stars of Handforth.
Can you believe it’s nearly a year since the first Covid cases hit the UK?
She stood dominant and fearsome, tapping a long cane against her jackboots.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen could now have the strike force to get better of Livingston – and chase down second in Premiership
Loan signings Fraser Hornby, Florian Kamberi and Callum Hendry could put a stop to Aberdeen’s striker goal drought and help pile the pressure on Celtic.
Lockdown V.2 has been, ahem, interesting.
I suspect we’re all beginning to sound like one of my heroes; the late, great Rikki Fulton’s institutionally pessimistic Reverend IM Jolly.
The local authority recognises that having the Dons in town would be good for the city centre economy, although God forbid there are any thoughts of using council taxpayer money as some kind of sweetener.
Aberdeen produced the right response to their heavy defeat by Ross County both in terms of performance and result in defeating Motherwell at the weekend.
So, a little over three weeks since Boris Johnson hailed his post-Brexit deal as a huge success, can we all agree it is anything but?
Willie Miller column: Scott Wright would be ‘unnecessary distraction’ if he stays at Aberdeen for rest of season after penning Rangers pre-contract
Scott Wright has signed a pre-contract agreement with Rangers, but it may be best if he left Aberdeen in this transfer window.
Fit better wye to lift the spirits during this affa time than tae look back at the good al’ days?
Local authorities throughout the land have been grinding them into rubble for years.
Aberdeen are struggling to score goals and, although the transfer window is open and they could bring somebody in, more needs to come from those already at Pittodrie.
The starting gun has already been fired in the race to tell Scotland how poor, how small, how weak and how useless it is.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen fans have right to be unhappy – but Derek McInnes can still lead team to third and Scottish Cup run
Derek McInnes is more than capable of bringing more consistency and success to Aberdeen.