Date: 26th April 2008 at 6:09pm
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Dean Shiels put Hibs ahead. Darren Mackie scored with his first touch after coming on from the bench to make it 1-1 and Lee Miller took a tumble in the box before stepping up to take the honors himself to give Aberdeen a 2-1 win over Hibs.

Attacking football, good passing, attacking substitutions, not defending once we had the lead…all these things occurred while Jimmy Calderwood was posted missing at Pittodrie today because he was on a scouting mission somewhere over Europe (i.e. Holland). It says something doesn’t it? If it doesn’t say something to you, well listen up. It’s not the players, it’s the manager.

Anyway, after Lee Wilkie scored an equaliser for Dundee United in the dying minutes against Motherwell, Europe is still a possibility for the Dons.

Unfortunately, due to ludicrous fixture licensing rubbish, I’m going to have to put this in a paragraph.

If we beat Dundee United, Motherwell, Rangers; Motherwell lose to Celtic, lose to Rangers, lose to us, draw with Hibs; Hibs lose to Rangers, lose to Celtic, draw with Motherwell; Dundee United lose to us, lose to Rangers, lose to Celtic. Then we will qualify for Europe by 3 points. But if Motherwell get 3 points Europe’s practically impossible, same goes if United get 4 or Hibs get 5.

To be honest if we made Europe I couldn’t care if it meant Rangers had to win the league for us to do so. It could make next season so much different.

What do you think? Have your say below, in the forums, or vote in the poll.