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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Pre Season Games
« Last post by Lencarl on Today at 03:58:01 PM »
For Dons fans unable to attend Pittodrie on 20th July the Aberdeen V West Brom friendly is live on RED TV International.  :thumbsup:
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by LA-Don on Today at 03:57:29 PM »
I’m sticking with what I said earlier. Ball is a squad filler provided we sign 3-4 quality starting players. If that doesn’t happen and we’re more reliant on Ball as a regular player then it’s majorly underwhelming.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by CtS on Today at 02:22:23 PM »
I’m notoriously lazy, and can’t be arsed checking to see if anyone’s done a definitive ‘players out / players in’ list. Can any of you feckers help? I’ll start.....

Players out : Dominic Ball, Kenny McLean

Players in : Dominic Ball
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by BigAl on Today at 01:39:47 PM »
Someone who's effective if and when called upon will do me. This boy may or may not have it.



Indeed he may, but as I said previously, his career to date doesn't suggest so nor does it inspire me
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by Ramperbamper on Today at 12:45:06 PM »
Don't see those words anywhere in my post.
Folk have been puzzled by the scenario whereby Rogers gets a contract extension and immediately goes out on loan again despite him not being deemed good enough for us in January when Lewis was injured. On that basis, I'm sure most people expected us to sign a better known back up keeper. Call me negative if you like, but I can't honestly say I am inspired by this and looks like a Bossu/Lennox type signing

Surely being well known or not shouldn't come into the manager's thinking? Someone who's effective if and when called upon will do me. This boy may or may not have it.

Not quite getting the widespread bemusement around Rogers' situation either. Perhaps McInnes sees good potential in Rogers (still very young for a keeper), but he's not quite at the stage where he can be relied upon week in, week out for us yet in the event anything happens to our excellent Number 1  - hence the loan to a club in the same league as us to get him tested. Sitting on the bench for us won't benefit him in the same way.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Official Europa League Thread 2018/19
« Last post by BigAl on Today at 12:33:30 PM »
Hi again, everyone - not long to go now and both clubs seem to be struggling to sign up new recruits in time for next Thursday's first leg.

What's the latest on the Gleeson injury? Will he make it for next week or the second leg?

You should be buoyed by the news that our two most creative and skilful players (Steven Defour & Robbie Brady) are very unlikely to feature in either match. Both are coming back after long-term injury and Dyche has said the pair will not be risked.

It means we will probably have a very functional but unexciting central midfield pairing of Jack Cork and Ashley Westwood. Hard-working but not many (if any) defence-splitting passes from that pair.

The next few days could be interesting for both clubs (in terms of new players).

To be honest none of us actually know the position regarding Gleeson as the club have not passed comment, but we are putting two and two together and thinking it isn't good news
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by BigAl on Today at 12:31:16 PM »
So we've decided he's shite already. Fantastic.

Don't see those words anywhere in my post.
Folk have been puzzled by the scenario whereby Rogers gets a contract extension and immediately goes out on loan again despite him not being deemed good enough for us in January when Lewis was injured. On that basis, I'm sure most people expected us to sign a better known back up keeper. Call me negative if you like, but I can't honestly say I am inspired by this and looks like a Bossu/Lennox type signing
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by Ramperbamper on Today at 11:35:35 AM »
Almost 27 years of age and the grand total of 59 league games in English Leagues 1&2
Bossu MK 2 anyone  ::)

So we've decided he's shite already. Fantastic.
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Official Europa League Thread 2018/19
« Last post by lancyclaret on Today at 11:33:40 AM »
Hi again, everyone - not long to go now and both clubs seem to be struggling to sign up new recruits in time for next Thursday's first leg.

What's the latest on the Gleeson injury? Will he make it for next week or the second leg?

You should be buoyed by the news that our two most creative and skilful players (Steven Defour & Robbie Brady) are very unlikely to feature in either match. Both are coming back after long-term injury and Dyche has said the pair will not be risked.

It means we will probably have a very functional but unexciting central midfield pairing of Jack Cork and Ashley Westwood. Hard-working but not many (if any) defence-splitting passes from that pair.

The next few days could be interesting for both clubs (in terms of new players).
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Aberdeen Football Club / Re: Summer Transfer chat
« Last post by BigAl on Today at 10:57:55 AM »


Lyness is a GK, he was on trial at St Johnstone recently, although they opted not to sign him.



Almost 27 years of age and the grand total of 59 league games in English Leagues 1&2
Bossu MK 2 anyone  ::)
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