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.
The SFA and confusion go hand in hand, with this week’s speculation over the future of national team boss Alex McLeish another case in point.
Willie Miller: Tartan Army needs to be convinced Scotland is going to fight for Euro 2020 qualification
Scotland boss Alex McLeish must be given the chance to turn around the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Miller: Every Scotland player will know how bad Kazakhstan loss is – but it’s too early for boss change talk
Aberdeen and Scotland legend Willie Miller says it’s not time to hit the panic button, despite the Scots humiliating 3-0 loss to Kazakhstan.
Aberdeen’s poor home form could prevent them from finishing second in the Premiership again.
Once again this column is having to dedicate space to concerning incidents this week.
Strict liability for clubs should be introduced in an attempt to stamp out sectarianism within Scottish football.
Aberdeen equalled a club record seven straight away wins when overcoming St Johnstone 2-0 in Perth.
Hopefully discipline will prevail in the Scottish Cup clash between Aberdeen and Rangers on Sunday.
Club captain Shinnie’s contract expires at the end of the season and he has yet to make a call on whether he will be at Pittodrie next season.
A Dons legend will take centre stage at Aberdeen's historic Music Hall this May to share stories about his career, Aberdeen and the state of the Scottish game.
Aberdeen’s performance against St Mirren was a bit lacklustre and lacking in creativity.
Aberdeen showed a lot of mental toughness in the 2-1 win over Hibernian at Easter Road.
Willie Miller: Disappointing match for Aberdeen as they lack quality needed to beat League One Stenhousemuir
Aberdeen looked rusty against Stenhousemuir and that should not happen after a week-long training camp in Dubai.
Dubai is not the only city in the Middle East where Aberdeen have played a friendly in searing heat – as they also starred in Iran at the start of a World Tour in 1974.
The 3,800 strong travelling Red Army at Livingston deserve real praise.
Willie Miller: Plenty to be optimistic about in 2019 as Aberdeen look to test Celtic and Rangers in Premiership race
Aberdeen can be in among the Premiership title race in the second half of the season.
It’s disappointing for Aberdeen that Max Lowe’s loan spell with the club will end next month.
There had been questions about who was going to be the regular goalscorer for Aberdeen this season – but Sam Cosgrove has answered them.
Aberdeen have given themselves the opportunity to challenge Celtic for the Premiership title.
Scotland’s women have been handed an exciting but tough draw for next summer’s World Cup.
It was good to see youngster Connor McLennan sign a contract extension with Aberdeen until 2021.
The lack of goals scored by Aberdeen can affect how the defence plays and the team’s style of play.