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Jonny Hayes makes brutally honest Celtic admission

Celtic will be looking to get their Premiership title defence off to the best start possible, when they welcome Aberdeen to Parkhead on Flag Day. While the Rangers stumbled out of the gates, they were able to get a comeback 2-1 win over Livingston and have put three points on the board. Now, the onus is on Ange Postecoglou’s side to make sure that they don’t slip up.
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Jonny Hayes insists Jim Goodwin is trying to revitalise struggling Aberdeen

Jonny Hayes revealed boss Jim Goodwin has been trying to revitalise the Aberdeen players ahead of their cinch Premiership game against bottom-placed Dundee on Saturday. Goodwin admitted that his side were short on confidence following their 2-1 defeat at home to Livingston last week.
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Jonny Hayes to take on coaching role after signing new Aberdeen deal

Jonny Hayes has signed a one-year contract extension with Aberdeen which will see him launch his coaching career. The versatile Republic of Ireland international re-joined the Dons from Celtic in the summer of 2020 on a two-year deal. The left-sided player will begin coaching in the club’s youth academy next...
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Jonny Hayes hoping Aberdeen can end 10-match winless run against Hibernian

Jonny Hayes believes struggling Aberdeen have to take care of the small details to get back on track against Hibernian at Pittodrie on Saturday. The Dons have gone 10 matches without a win in all competitions, after five straight defeats, and are sitting in ninth place in the cinch Premiership.
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Paul Sheerin signs off on high note after Jonny Hayes hits Aberdeen winner

Jonny Hayes grabbed the goal which allowed interim Aberdeen manager Paul Sheerin to bow out on a high note. The Pittodrie club’s first away win of the year will also have delighted incoming boss Stephen Glass, who should emerge from quarantine to take charge of the Reds in next Sunday’s Scottish Cup clash with Livingston.
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