Aberdeen have confirmed that the previously cancelled question and answer session with chairman Dave Cormack will go ahead this evening.
The event was previously set to place last month, as the chairman was set to take questions from the club’s fans on Aberdeen’s YouTube channel.
Event was postponed last month
However, it was postponed as the club felt it had to get behind then manager Derek McInnes. Now the event is set to take place, confirming that Cormack will answer questions between 6 and 7pm on the club’s YouTube channel.
It will be the first opportunity that fans will get to ask Cormack about the recent changes at the club. The most notable of which have seen McInnes leave Pittodrie. He will be replaced next season by Stephen Glass.
New manager will be topic of discussion
No doubt the appointment of Glass will be the focus of much of the Q and A. As will the signing of Celtic captain for next season. He will be joining the Dons as a player-coach, and that seems certain to be a topic of discussion.
The goals for the rest of this season could also be a topic. The Dons are still in the fight for third place in the Premiership and are in the Scottish Cup. Cormack will surely be hoping for a Hampden Park triumph this season.
It is not often that senior club officials agree to events such as this, so it will be interesting to see what questions are asked. Who knows, perhaps if it goes well then it could be a regular event next season.