A recognisable face in Scottish football, the Rams midfielder had spells at Clyde and Kilmarnock before heading south. He has since played over 250 games in white, taking in a loan spell at Cardiff City along the way.
Some Aberdeen fans have rightly reacted with joy to this superb bit of business.
Now we’re talking
— Iain Coull (@iain_coull) June 19, 2019
— Scott (@Scott_Tait12) June 19, 2019
👏🏻👏🏻Good solid signing that from the club. Nice one.
— Sat-nav ⭐⭐ (@Redtom1903) June 19, 2019
— Ritchie (@xRitchieM11) June 19, 2019
— Sam Taylor 🏴 (@sam_taylor1903) June 19, 2019
Much more like it!. Well done 👍🏻
— Craig Sclater (@eskimored) June 19, 2019
Derek McInnes deserves credit for Bryson deal
Say what you want about the Aberdeen boss’ other summer signings, this is one out of the very top drawer.
Curtis Main, Ash Taylor and Ryan Hedges are all signings that have been called into question. Nobody can deny how good of a signing this is for the Dons.
McInnes deserves credit for this. There would have been interest in the midfielder, but McInnes has managed to convince him that Pittodrie is the place to be. In doing so, he’s found himself a potential replacement for Graeme Shinnie.
Bryson will bring leadership to the Dons dressing room. He should be able to fill the void that captain Shinnie has left, with or without the armband.
This is a terrific acquisition for the Pittodrie club. Rams fans will no doubt be sad to see their loyal midfielder leave, but their loss is Aberdeen’s gain. Bryson could be a big player for them this season.