We continue our season review of the most notable players in Scottish football with a look at how Aberdeen’s Shay Logan fared in 2018/19.

It can’t be denied that Aberdeen failed to hit the heights last season, as they did in seasons gone by. They could only finish fourth in the league table, after four successive runners-up spots.

That doesn’t mean that the Dons didn’t have some high points in the season. They fared well in both domestic cup competitions.

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Dependable most weeks

They also could depend on a core of players who were dependable most weeks. One of those players is veteran right-back Shay Logan.

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Logan has become one of the most consistent players for the Dons under Derek McInnes. Each week he turns in a good performance with a minimum of fuss.

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Badly missed after suffering injury

He was missed by the Dons when he suffered an ankle injury, which coincided with a poor run of results towards the end of the season.

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He returned to the team in time for the league run-in, but was unable to prevent the Dons from finishing fourth in the league table.

Aberdeen fans will be pleased that the player recently signed a contract extension for another season at the club. He has been one of the key men for Derek McInnes and looks set to continue to be for as long as he continues to play at a high standard.

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