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Aberdeen's win over Hearts in their first Premiership game is encouraging for the season ahead.
The Cove Rangers result against Raith Rovers on Saturday was magnificent.
There's a sense of deja vu from last season as the English transfer window draws to a close and Aberdeen’s Scott McKenna is the subject of transfer speculation.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen need to work on avoiding little slip-ups ahead of Europa League qualifying tie in Georgia
Apart from a couple of costly lapses in concentration, Aberdeen were well worth their aggregate win over Finland’s RoPS Rovaniemi in Europa League qualifying.
Aberdeen should have enough to reach the Europa League second qualifying round, if their second leg display is as strong as their first.
Aberdeen have landed a thoroughbred player with the signing of former Manchester United striker James Wilson, left.
It is fantastic to see former Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser being linked with a potential £25 million move to Arsenal.
Aberdeen must start positively against RoPS Rovaniemi to kill off any chance of nerves creeping in.
Putting striker Stevie May out on loan could prove to be a positive move for both Aberdeen and the player.
A sculpture honouring one of the north-east’s greatest sporting heroes is proving to be one the most popular attraction in a charity art trail.
Since my last column Gary Mackay-Steven’s future has now been sorted.
Greg Leigh was Aberdeen’s latest signing of the summer during the last week.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is trying to lure James Wilson back to the club.
Aberdeen got their pre-season underway on Saturday with a 0-0 draw against Connah’s Quay Nomads.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen fans have been waiting for big signing like Bryson and he will make real difference
Craig Bryson is the marquee signing Aberdeen fans have been waiting for this window.
Aberdeen legend Willie Miller believes the team’s opening fixtures give them the chance to build early Premiership momentum.
Dons legend Willie Miller came face-to-face with an Oor Wullie statue inspired by an iconic moment in his footballing career.
Dons and Scotland legend Willie Miller has been immortalised as Scotland’s favourite son as part of a national fundraising campaign.
Willie Miller: Euro 2020 qualifying win against Cyprus was a relief to Clarke and every Scotland supporter
It wasn't totally convincing – but Scotland got Steve Clarke’s reign as manager off to a winning start in what was a must-win game.
Excitement is building as Shelley Kerr’s Scotland team get ready for their Women’s World Cup debut next Sunday.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen don’t have to be embarrassed by European qualification even though Celtic helped
Securing Europe via fourth spot in the Premiership is nothing to be disappointed or embarrassed about for Aberdeen.
Willie Miller thinks Steve Clarke’s appointment to the Scotland job will galvanise the national side’s fans.
On-loan striker James Wilson will be frustrated at his misses against Celtic.
The return of right back Shay Logan to action after three months out following ankle surgery was a major boost for Aberdeen’s bid for Europe.
There must be stronger leadership from the SFA, the SPFL and also the clubs to wipe out sectarianism from Scottish football.
Dons legends have spoken of the “lasting legacy” Billy McNeill left at Aberdeen.
The team who loses their discipline, usually loses the match.
Scotland legend Willie Miller thinks a shake-up of the “archaic” SFA is needed in the wake of Alex McLeish leaving the manager’s job.
Willie Miller: Chairman Milne might need to have word with Aberdeen staff and players after Scottish Cup meltdown
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne may need to have a word with Derek McInnes about the lack of discipline at Hampden.