If it was good enough for Gothenburg Greats Willie Miller and Jim Leighton, Turriff United boss Kris Hunter insists a spell in the Highland League would benefit any young Aberdeen players of today.
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.
To be going into the first international break with three wins out of four in the Premiership is a very good start for Aberdeen.
Marley Watkins looks like he can be a good addition to Aberdeen’s squad, having joined on loan until January.
Ross McCrorie can be a good addition to the Aberdeen squad.
Club legend Willie Miller today called for Aberdeen to launch a full investigation into how two players caught Covid-19.
After five months of uncertainty, chaos, legal battles, votes, arbitration cases and rejected reconstruction football is finally, thankfully, back.
Cheers to the easing of lockdown that is seeing Aberdeen's pubs letting people through their doors again.
It’s great news for Aberdeen that Sam Cosgrove rejected a move to France.
Club legend Willie Miller is confident an Aberdeen first team player testing positive for Covid-19 will not derail the Premiership return.
I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
Gothenburg Great Willie Miller believes the later start to the Europa League next season can help Aberdeen’s bid to reach the group stages.
Aberdeen have made their move for Jonny Hayes and if they can sign him it would be a great piece of business.
I’m disappointed the support wasn’t there for permanent reconstruction of the SPFL to 14-10-10-10.
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.
Reconstruction isn’t off the table just yet – but I still don’t think it will be anything more than a talking shop.
The decision to end the Premiership season was a sensible one and now all the focus needs to be on how next term can be started.
The SPFL’s 42 clubs are to vote today on whether to hold a second independent investigation into the governing body.
Yesterday was what has become known for people connected with Aberdeen as Gothenburg Day.
We have reached a point where the reality is that it doesn’t appear possible to finish the Premiership season.
Dons legend Willie Miller is in no doubt that Aberdeen’s title success of 1980 was the catalyst for the glory-laden decade that followed.
The findings of the independent investigation into the SPFL’s attempts to finish the lower league seasons has left us all with more questions than answers.