We conclude our look at how some of the most interesting players in Scottish football fared in season 2018/19 with a look at Lewis Ferguson of Aberdeen.

Lewis Ferguson looks to have a very bright future in the Scottish game. He made his breakthrough into the Aberdeen team and hasn’t looked back.

Scored in some big games

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He first made a name for himself with an excellent goal in the Europa League tie with Burnley. Ferguson followed that up with the winning goal in the Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers.

He made 44 appearances last season, scoring eight goals in the process, an excellent return for a player at the start of their career.

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Perhaps one thing Derek McInnes might have to work on with the player is his discipline. He received 14 yellow cards and one red card last season.

Too many bookings arguably

That could be down to the exuberance of youth, but the Dons manager will hope that number comes down next season.

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So good have Ferguson’s performances been for Aberdeen, that it was no surprise that the club locked him into a new long-term deal at Pittodrie.

That means should any club come calling for the player, they will have to spend big money.

Next season could be a big one for Ferguson. He will be under pressure to show that last season wasn’t a one-off. If he can take his form into next season, his future looks very bright indeed.

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