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Billy McNeill – the man who laid the foundations for Alex Ferguson
By J Bleasdale |

WHEN the announcement of Billy McNeill’s passing was made, naturally tributes poured in for the first British Captain to lift the European Cup with Celtic in 1967. Most tributes will point to the fact McNeill was a great Celtic Captain during their dominance under Jock Stein from mid sixties to early seventies, and oversaw four [Read more]

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Why Aberdeen and Rangers fans need to move on – as do the media!
By J Bleasdale |

SUNDAY saw the return of one of Scotland’s most volatile fixtures out with the Old Firm and Edinburgh derbies. Aberdeen and Rangers met for the first time since 2012, caused by the latter’s spell outside the top flight following their financial collapse. As with the first Old Firm League match two weeks ago, the media [Read more]

12 months on at Pittodrie: McGhee vs Brown
By L Dunsire |

The start of December marked a full year since Aberdeen parted company with Mark McGhee, and ironically it also began with the same fixture that ended McGhee’s dismal reign as manager. So, 12 months on, has new Dons boss Craig Brown made significant improvement at Pittodrie? The obvious place to start is the game against [Read more]

Pittodrie farewell beckons as new stadium is endorsed
By M Spowart |

Pittodrie farewell beckons as £38 million development is endorsed by planners