Former Aberdeen defender Brian Irvine insists bringing Ash Taylor back to Pittodrie is a no-brainer for Dons boss Derek McInnes.
Former Aberdeen defender Brian Irvine recalls day the Dons last failed to stop title celebrations at Pittodrie
Former Aberdeen defender Brian Irvine knows exactly what will be going through the minds of the Dons players when he takes his seat at Pittodrie to watch Derek McInnes’s side take on Celtic.
Brian Irvine’s Aberdeen career will not be best remembered for his short role in the 1989 Skol Cup final victory over Rangers.
Former Ross County defender Brian Irvine reckons his former Staggies team-mate Steven Ferguson is destined for a successful management career.
Former Aberdeen captain Brian Irvine rates Premiership opener against Steven Gerrard’s Rangers as best games Dons could ask for
Former Aberdeen captain Brian Irvine reckons hosting Steven Gerrard in his first league game as Rangers manager is the ideal curtain-raiser for the Dons.
It might be difficult to concentrate on the financial advice you're being given if all you think of is 'isn't that the guy who used to captain Aberdeen?'
The Dons may still be reeling after Sunday's 3-0 defeat at the hands of Rangers, but former Aberdeen defender Brian Irvine remains convinced Derek McInnes' side will complete its objectives of finishing second in the Scottish Premiership and reaching another cup final.
Brian Irvine scored the winning penalty when Aberdeen last won the Scottish Cup success and is surprised the Dons have waited so long to lift the trophy again.
He spent years helping to protect Aberdeen FC's goal mouth.
Former Aberdeen defender Brian Irvine believes there could be more twists and turns left in the Scottish Premiership title race.
Former Ross County player Brian Irvine reckons the League Cup final is too close to call.
What: North East Sensory Services (NESS) AFC 25th anniversary lunch.
What: Ross County Football Club annual speaker dinner