Date: 27th March 2015 at 5:40pm
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It’s conceivable that Andrew Considine could spend another decade with Aberdeen really isn’t it? At 27, if he continues to look after himself – as he does, then like many he could play into his late 30s.

Whatever he does, in quotes carried by Evening Express, our defender has said that he wants to see out his career at Pittodrie and isn’t going to ‘chase the money’ making a move to England like many can.

‘My ambitions are simple, I would rather have the medals than the money.’

The service that he’s so far given us is of course recognised tonight when his decade of service, well more than that really, is awarded with his testimonial against Dutch outfit FC Twente.

In a day and age when many, even some of the most loyal, can be swayed by a greater paycheque Considine’s comments are most refreshing – even though others might have said similar things in the past, not just regarding this club but others, you do tend to believe them more when they come from his mouth.

I wouldn’t bet against the defender seeing his wish granted, and I wouldn’t bet against a second testimonial being played for him in 2025 either!

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