Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes thinks Dean Campbell is on the path to becoming a top player after the midfielder signed a new deal.
Derek McInnes says Dean Campbell is on the right path to be come a top star after seeing the teenager clocking up valuable first-team minutes.
Teenager Dean Campbell is set to extend his Aberdeen deal, according to a report. The new contract will see Scotland under-21 international Campbell, 18, stay at Pittodrie until at least the summer of 2023. Campbell has made 16 appearances for the Reds this term.
Dean Campbell doesn’t want to be in the team just to fix an injury crisis – he wants to be there permanently.
Injuries mean Aberdeen’s next few games are an opportunity for Dean Campbell to establish himself in midfield.
Teenage midfielder Dean Campbell was today urged to make the most of any chance that comes due to an injury crisis.
Aberdeen have received a double fitness boost with right-back Shaleum Logan and midfielder Dean Campbell both set to return for the next Premiership clash.
Winger Connor McLennan is an injury doubt for today’s Premiership clash with Kilmarnock, while fellow teen Dean Campbell is definitely out.
Dean Campbell wants to repay manager Derek McInnes’ faith in him by helping the Dons reach the group stages of European competition for the first time since season 2007-08.
Dons midfielder Dean Campbell got a taste of Europe sitting on the bench against Burnley but now wants to make his Europa League debut for the “team he loves”.
Dean Campbell looks back on Aberdeen’s last meeting with Celtic with disappointment.
Dean Campbell insists the Dons youngsters can help deliver European qualification.
Connor McLennan, Greg Stewart and Dean Campbell will all be available for Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic, according to Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen kept up with Kilmarnock in the hunt for third and a Europa League qualifying slot with a 2-0 win at Dens Park.
In his quest to become a first-team regular with Aberdeen, Dean Campbell can take inspiration from those around him.
Defiant Dons boss Derek McInnes hailed his young guns for proving the doubters wrong and ousting Rangers to reach the Scottish Cup semi-final.
As a Dons fan Dean Campbell has watched Aberdeen in finals and semi-finals at Hampden.
Teenage midfielder Dean Campbell has already made one dream come true by scoring his first Aberdeen goal.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes reckons the new breed of rising Pittodrie stars play with no fear.
Young midfielder Dean Campbell has signed a new Aberdeen deal until 2021, the club have announced.
Departing midfielder Kenny McLean has tipped rising Pittodrie teen star Dean Campbell to fill the void left by his exit next season.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says it’s possible fans could see some of Aberdeen’s Scottish Youth Cup finalists in the first team THIS term.
My first taste of Hampden should be an incredible experience says Dons skipper Dean ahead of Scottish Youth Cup final
Dean Campbell has been to Hampden on many occasions – but tonight he will realise his dream of playing there.
Dean Campbell says it was “surreal” making his Dons debut after sitting his English exam at school earlier in the day.
Dons boss Derek McInnes tonight praised teenage midfielder Dean Campbell after he became the youngest to play in a top class game for the club.
FOUR Aberdeen FC rising stars were tonight set to start for Scotland U15s in an International Challenge match against Switzerland.