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Sam Cosgrove Bound To Be Interesting Other Clubs, Says Aberdeen Boss Derek Mcinnes

Yesterday, 01:43 PM

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons Sam Cosgrove’s goalscoring form will have clubs in England casting their eye over the Dons striker.

Cosgrove has 17 goals this season and Championship club Rotherham reportedly considered making a bid for him during the January transfer window.

The Englishman is under contract with the Dons until 2022, after penning an extension last month on the back of his December player of the month award.

McInnes has had faith in him for the club’s biggest games of the season and is now seeing that repaid with Cosgrove’s goal return.

He said: “I know a lot of clubs down south are aware Sam is doing well. You would do at the rate Sam is scoring goals. I am sure there will be a lot of teams having a look but for us there were no offers and no concrete talks in January.

“He is certainly playing with a confidence but there are certain aspects of his game he still needs to tighten up on. There is an understanding from me that we are not going to get perfect performances from somebody who hasn’t had all that much experience. He is learning on the job.

Sam Cosgrove has scored 17 goals this season.

“He is doing fantastically well and if he keeps working on his skills and his trade, with the added ingredients of confidence, then all these things can assist him to become even better. He is 6ft4, can run, look after the ball and is scoring goals. He has a lot going for him and that is why we signed him.”

Defender Mikey Devlin returned to the team against St Mirren on Saturday for the first time since November following a foot problem and the Dons manager hopes they will reap the benefits of being patient with the former Hamilton man.

McInnes added: “It has taken longer than we hoped but we were mindful that we didn’t want him breaking down again. He has put together a good amount of training over the last couple of weeks and it is good to have him back.”


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Mr Versatile Ball Hoping For Permanent Deal Option With Aberdeen

Yesterday, 01:23 PM

On-loan Rotherham defender Dom Ball hopes signing on at Pittodrie on a permanent deal is an option this summer.

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Signs Good For Golfer Lawrie’S Return As Aberdeen’S Open Champion Announces New Celebrity-Packed Pro-Am Event

Yesterday, 11:02 AM

Aberdeen's Paul Lawrie says the “signs are good” ahead of his return to Tour action.

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Aberdeen Loanee Hoban ‘Struggling’ With New Cruciate Injury Diagnosis

Yesterday, 09:47 AM

On-loan defender Tommie Hoban said he is struggling to come to terms with a second cruciate ligament injury in two years.

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Hands Off Sam: Aberdeen Boss Derek Mcinnes Preparing To Bat Away Inevitable English Offers For In-Form Cosgrove

Yesterday, 09:11 AM

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons Sam Cosgrove’s goalscoring form will have clubs in England casting their eye over the Aberdeen striker.

Cosgrove has 17 goals this season and Championship club Rotherham reportedly considered making a bid for him during the January transfer window.

The Englishman is under contract with the Dons until 2022, after penning an extension last month on the back of his December player of the month award.

McInnes has had faith in him for the club’s biggest games of the season and is now seeing that repaid with Cosgrove’s goal return.

He said: “I know a lot of clubs down south are aware Sam is doing well. You would do at the rate Sam is scoring goals. I am sure there will be a lot of teams having a look but for us there were no offers and no concrete talks in January.

“He is certainly playing with a confidence but there are certain aspects of his game he still needs to tighten up on. There is an understanding from me that we are not going to get perfect performances from somebody who hasn’t had all that much experience. He is learning on the job.

“He is doing fantastically well and if he keeps working on his skills and his trade, with the added ingredients of confidence, then all these things can assist him to become even better. He is 6ft4, can run, look after the ball and is scoring goals. He has a lot going for him and that is why we signed him.”

Defender Mikey Devlin returned to the team against St Mirren on Saturday for the first time since November following a foot problem and the Dons manager hopes they will reap the benefits of being patient with the former Hamilton man.

McInnes added: “It has taken longer than we hoped but we were mindful that we didn’t want him breaking down again. He has put together a good amount of training over the last couple of weeks and it is good to have him back.”


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