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Mc25 #7 – Graeme Shinnie

Mc25 #7 – Graeme Shinnie

Shinnie was at the heart of the Dons midfield as they secured second spot in the league and was given the captaincy after Ryan Jack left for Rangers.

The 26-year-old earned his first Scotland call-up for the friendly against the Netherlands and could become a regular as the Euro 2020 qualifiers loom – and it’d be long overdue!

The fact he’s looked so comfortable in central midfield, when he was predominately a left-back, simply speaks to his talent and never-say-die attitude.

Simply put, he’d be a massive loss to the Dons if he were to leave.

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What They Said

“Shinnie has taken on the captains armband excellently and now epitomises what Aberdeen FC is about; hard work, determination, drive and honesty. Shinnie has undoubtedly been the Dons’ most consistent performer.”

Ryan Crombie, Red Point of View.

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