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Friday, 9 December 2011

Aberdeen v St Mirren Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -10 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

Watch Aberdeen v St Mirren Live Stream Online Clydesdale Bank Premier League 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 10/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Aberdeen v St Mirren Stream Free Online Video Of Clydesdale Bank Premier League Saturday,10 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 15:00 CET.Clydesdale Bank Premier League ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Aberdeen v St Mirren Live Streaming Video ,Aberdeen v St Mirren Stream,Aberdeen v St Mirren Live free,Aberdeen v St Mirren Streaming,Aberdeen v St Mirren Live, Watch Aberdeen v St Mirren online,Aberdeen v St Mirren online, Aberdeen v St Mirren Results,Clydesdale Bank Premier League Fixtures.Saints need to take their first win at Pittodrie since Mel and Kim were topping the charts if they are to stop their relegation fears worsening even further tomorrow night.It’s been a season to forget for Aberdeen fans, mainly because they’ve suffered some heavy defeats – usually at the hands of Celtic. Having lost 9-0 to them at Parkhead under Mark McGhee, Craig Brown oversaw 4-0 defeats at Hampden in the semi-finals of both the Scottish and League Cups. The league form has been far from impressive as they currently sit 10th, a large part of which is down to the shocking form under McGhee that saw them lose seven league games before he was eventually relieved of his duties. Brown oversaw a turnaround similar to the one he produced at former club Motherwell last season, but it wasn’t enough to lift them into the top six and they must once again finish the season in the bottom half of the table.

Things can only get better for the Dons next season and Brown has already made his intentions clear by telling former Saints David MacNamee and Mark Howard – along with Aberdeen stalwart Derek Young – their services will not be required next season. Loan players Myles Anderson, Nick Blackman – who Brown had at Motherwell earlier in the season – and Nikola Vujadinovic are also unlikely to be around next season, although the management are keen to retain the services of Norwich loanee Steven Smith. Clearly, Brown feels big changes at Pittodrie are needed in the summer and isn’t prepared to wait until the end of the season to make his feelings known. That could also mean he takes a look at some of the younger members of the squad in the next few days, with the likes of Nicky Low, Jordan Brown and Clark Robertson getting a run out tomorrow and on Saturday.

Two players who Brown will be looking to keep for next season are Scott Vernon and Chris Maguire. The pair have been in good form since he arrived – making McGhee’s decision to loan Maguire to Kilmarnock last season even more baffling. Vernon only arrived in the summer from Colchester United and has 15 goals, while Maguire has 10 and was unlucky not to feature in Scotland’s recent friendly against Brazil. Sone Aluko’s pace can also cause defenders problems, while Aberdeen also strong at the back with keeper Jamie Langfield and centre-halfs Zander Diamond and Andrew Considine. Considering his scoring record against the Buddies, Saints fans will be relieved that captain and influential midfielder Paul Hartley will play no part in this one due to injury.

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