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  1. As far as I am concerned he is our manager and will be until he decidede has had had enough
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  2. Happy enough with Robertson and looking forward to his return.
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  3. Delighted for Dan Mackay to get the goal. Seemed to get a bit of stick for his performance on Friday. I think we forget he is only 19 years old. He's not gonna be a world beater and be on it 100% every game. Not many teams, if any, in the Championship will be starting the majority of games with three 19 year olds that have come through their youth programme.
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  4. SOUNDS LIKE A SOUR GRAPES SITUATION. SCOTT WAS NOT LIKED BY A LOT OF DUNDEE SUPPORTERS, BUT I BELIEVE HE IS DOING A VERY GOOD JOB WITH US. AS OUR CHAIRMAN WHO IS A BUSINESSMAN WITH OTHER INTERESTS LIVES NEAR DUNDEE HE CANNOT BE ON BECK AND CALL 24HRS PER DAY.WE HAVE TO HAVE SOMEONE ON SITE EVERY DAY. I BELIEVE WE HAVE THE RIGHT MAN IN SCOTT. BRIGADOO IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP!
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  5. McInnes' feeder club hit hard times, hence his Aberdeen side struggled with recruitment.
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