Aberdeen archives January 2009

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Aberdeen could win a place in next season's Uefa Cup even if they finish outside the top four because of their disciplinary record.

Director of football Willie Miller has warned captain Scott Severin that Aberdeen will not be increasing their contract offer.

Mark Kerr believes Aberdeen have shown in the last few weeks that they are capable of taking a place in the top three this season.

Aberdeen will welcome back Derek Young from injury for Saturday's clash against Rangers with Jamie Smith the only absentee.

Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood feels the Old Firm no longer have a stranglehold over the SPL ahead of his side's meeting with Rangers.

Stuart Duff has been singled out for special praise by Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood for the way he has got his career back on track.

Jimmy Calderwood says it would take "something special" for him to leave Aberdeen to join either Norwich or Utrecht.

Jimmy Calderwood has hailed the spirit of his Aberdeen players after their "deserved" 4-2 win against Celtic at Pittodrie on Sunday.

Jamie Langfield says Aberdeen are 'strong contenders' for a Uefa Cup spot this season and feels the Dons don't get enough credit.

Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood remains optimistic of keeping hold of striker Lee Miller during the January transfer window.

Jimmy Calderwood feels the only way Aberdeen can recover fully from last season's Scottish Cup semi-final defeat is to reach the final.

Aberdeen will welcome Charlie Mulgrew back for Saturday's Homecoming Scottish Cup fourth round tie at Alloa but seven players are out.

Jimmy Calderwood will speak to West Brom manager Tony Mowbray on Monday about the future of loan defender Jared Hodgkiss.

Zander Diamond admits several Aberdeen players where still struggling with the effects of flu during Saturday's defeat to Hamilton.

Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood says his sides SPL clash with Hamilton will go ahead despite the Dons losing seven players to the flu.