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02/05/2019 - 21:09 BST

Take Care of Business, Aberdeen Star Urges Team-mates Ahead of Celtic Clash


Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has urged his team to take care of business over their final three league games to secure third spot, starting against Celtic on Saturday.

The Dons still have much to play for over the remaining games of the campaign, but face a tough task against Celtic at Pittodrie this weekend.

McKenna insists Aberdeen are chasing European football next season and wants to take another step towards doing so by beating Celtic.

And the Aberdeen defender is keen to draw on last season's experience. 


Derek McInnes's side lost their last game against Rangers and will not want a repeat of that when they host the defending league champions.

“We are still chasing that European spot of third and that task continues against Celtic on Saturday", McKenna was quoted as saying by the Evening Express.

“Last season it went to the final game and we won against Celtic to finish second.


“This year will be the same – we just need to take care of the next three games and hopefully that will get us third spot.”

Aberdeen won their last game of the season at Parkhead the previous term and McKenna hopes that the experience they gained in that game can help them this year as well.

“The experience of last season can help because in last season’s run-in we were very strong.

“We need to be much the same again this year."

After their meeting with Celtic, Aberdeen take on Hearts and Hibernian.