Date: 19th May 2015 at 6:45pm
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Barry Robson’s career will come to an end sooner or later but it’ll not be until next summer, at the earliest, as the former Celtic man will be looking to push his former side for the title again next season after signing his new one-year contract.

The 36-year-old was offered a new deal last week with it confirmed on the Official Website that he’s signed this.

he didn’t have to think too much about doing this, with it reported he’s taken a pay cut to do so, as he feels he’s still got a lot to offer us and also feels we’ve got a lot to offer as a club next season, which can’t come soon enough.

‘I feel as fit as I ever have done and I feel I will have plenty to offer next season. This is an exciting time to be at Aberdeen and I can’t wait for the new season to get underway.’

Unfortunately for Robson his season is over as he’s suspended for our final game of the season against St. Johnstone on Sunday but fortunately it doesn’t mean that his Aberdeen career is over.

Derek McInnes himself wasn’t ever in doubt that he wanted the midfielder to stay and feels he’ll play a key role next term.

‘There’s always a place for the type of experience Barry has and there is nobody more enthusiastic than him in the squad. Barry has demonstrated over the past few weeks that he still has that ability to perform well for the team.’

Will this be one last hurrah for Robson or could he still have more in the tank beyond next season? First and foremost we’ll enjoy next season with him in our squad and then see what the future brings.

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