OK, it was only a bounce game, but the fact that we’re back playing is progress.
Aberdeen returned to action yesterday afternoon against Ross County at Cormack Park in a 2-2 draw.
Bruce Anderson started where he left off prior to lockdown, continuing to score the goals, this time putting both in to put Aberdeen ahead in the first half.
Ross County levelled with two goals in the second half by Regan Charles-Cook and Billy McKay.
And possibly a sign that we may need to rely more on our Youth Academy this season (not a bad thing), nine were involved in this training match.
Scottish Premiership teams were given the go ahead on Friday by the Scottish Government and the SFA that they could arrange games against each other ahead of the season starting on 1 August 2020.