Date: 28th May 2009 at 10:38pm
Written by:

Scott Severin

Seve has spent five years at the Club and in that time has been one of our best players, especially when he played in centre midfield. More recently, since becoming skipper, his performances have dipped and he has received criticism from sections of the Red Army for his lack of leadership. Despite this Severin has shown enough for us to know he would be missed. With Burnley and Ipswich apparently interested, Seve could follow a well-worn path from Aberdeen to the Championship.

Would like him to: Stay
Predict he will: go

Jamie Smith

Is undoubtedly one of the most talented players in the current squad but his talent is no good when on a treatment table. The winger has been available for less than half the games Aberdeen have played in his time at Pittodrie and so he is not seen as value for money. With himself admitting a move to Toronto is likely it seems the man, who will be remembered for his second half performance against Copenhagen, will move on this summer.

Would like him to: go
Predict he will: go

Lee Mair

The ex-United centre half has not set the heather on fire in his time at Aberdeen but to his credit has been fairly reliable when called upon. St.Mirren have been linked with Mair but I am in little doubt he would choose to re-sign with the Dons if the opportunity arose.

Would like him to: go, if the wage is used to sign an experienced centre half
Predict he will: stay.