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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Willie Miller column: Better Aberdeen display against Rangers, but record against Glasgow two at home must improve
Aberdeen’s performance in defeat to Rangers was better than their last two displays against the Gers – but ultimately the outcome was the same.
Scott Wright indicating he wants to leave Aberdeen is disappointing news.
Willie Miller column: Keeping Greg Leigh and getting Marley Watkins back would be good January business for Aberdeen
With the transfer window open Derek McInnes will be hoping to bolster what is already a strong Aberdeen squad.
Aberdeen’s form in front of goal needs to improve having drawn a blank in two of their last three games.
Aberdeen play their final game of 2020 against Livingston tomorrow night and, in a year like no other, on the pitch, it has been a good year for the Dons.
I was saddened to learn of the death of my former team-mate Chic McLelland aged 63 on Boxing Day.
Andy Considine continues to be a vital cog in the Aberdeen machine and that is likely to be the case for some time to come.
If Aberdeen can produce a fine run of festive form they can consolidate third place in the Premiership and continue to put pressure on Celtic in second.
Curtis Main’s performance against Ross County showed Aberdeen have good striking options beyond Sam Cosgrove.
Dave Cormack is right to keep putting forward the case to the Scottish Government for the return of fans.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen missed a great chance but can still topple Celtic in Premiership standings
The continuation of Aberdeen’s bad run by drawing with St Mirren meant they missed another chance to heap pressure on Celtic in the Premiership standings.
Aberdeen deserved to be beaten by St Mirren in the League Cup and it was a hugely disappointing loss given the importance of the fixture.
Defeat to Rangers was very disappointing – but Aberdeen need to ensure it is only a blip because this can still be a successful season.
Scotland's target must be to follow up the high of Euro 2020 qualifying by reaching the World Cup.
The performance in Belgrade to secure Euro 2020 qualification was as good as I have seen by a Scotland team for many years.
The European Championship play-off final is a great opportunity that Scotland can’t afford to miss.
Hearts beating Hibs to reach the Scottish Cup final wasn’t a major shock.
One positive for Aberdeen from the Scottish Cup semi-final loss was Greg Leigh making his first appearance since last December.
Derek McInnes had some big decisions to make in his team selection for the Scottish Cup semi-final, one of which was opting to start Sam Cosgrove.
It’s five Hampden defeats to Celtic in four years for Aberdeen after Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final loss.
Willie Miller column: Celtic draw should give the Aberdeen so much belief ahead of Scottish Cup clash
The result and performance against Celtic on Sunday will give Aberdeen belief and confidence they can win the Scottish Cup semi-final.