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.
Aberdeen’s clash with Hamilton tonight is an important fixture for a number of reasons.
Willie Miller column: Andy Considine’s maiden performance for Scotland has done his Euros chances no harm
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine can go on to earn more Scotland caps after impressing on his long-awaited senior international debut.
Willie Miller: Scottish football authorities need to be more forceful in stating case for fan return
The news that fans won’t be returning to stadiums any time soon is a bitter blow to Scottish football at all levels.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen are on for a great Premiership start – but can they split Celtic and Rangers?
If Aberdeen can beat St Mirren at Pittodrie on Friday they will have made a very good start to the Premiership campaign heading into the international break.
I had sympathy for St Mirren and their manager Jim Goodwin after their three goalies were ruled out of the game with Hibs.
Aberdeen made it five wins in a row with Saturday’s victory at home to Kilmarnock.
Fans returned in small numbers to Scottish stadiums with 300 Aberdeen season ticket holders admitted for the game against Kilmarnock and the same number allowed for Ross County’s fixture with Celtic in Dingwall.
Aberdeen face a difficult evening in the Europa League against Viking FK on Thursday – but it’s still a very winnable tie for the Dons.
Willie Miller column: Scotland might be top of Nations League group, but they’ve not shown they’re good enough to reach Euros
Despite Scotland’s 2-1 win against the Czech Republic last night there is still cause for concern ahead of the Euro 2020 play-offs.
Ross McCrorie can be a good addition to the Aberdeen squad.
Willie Miller: It would be a big achievement for Aberdeen to split Celtic and Rangers in Premiership standings this season
It would be a magnificent statement from Aberdeen if they could split Celtic and Rangers in the upcoming Premiership season.
Willie Miller’s column: I’m backing Derek McInnes & Co to find striker if Sam Cosgrove does leave Aberdeen
It seems Aberdeen are bracing themselves for more interest in Sam Cosgrove.
If Aberdeen can take care of Rangers on the first day of the season it would be a huge statement.
I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
I’m disappointed the support wasn’t there for permanent reconstruction of the SPFL to 14-10-10-10.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen will be glad to have Cormack Park amid Premiership training return’s strict regulations
Premiership clubs are allowed to return to training this week and everyone connected with Scottish football will be hoping things run smoothly.
Paul Hartley and his management team have committed to Cove Rangers until 2025 by agreeing new contracts.
Rangers have come up with a reconstruction idea which would see their own colts team and Celtic’s joining the SPFL in an 18-team League One.
The news that there are benefactors out there willing to invest in Scottish football to help it survive should be a welcome surprise for everyone involved in the game.
Coronavirus is having a detrimental effect on so many players in Scotland.
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell is hopeful football can restart in August.