WITH the black clouds finally dissipated and the spectre of relegation exorcised, we can now dust this season under the carpet and forget about it. Ditto the game against Falkirk, an unremarkable affair in keeping with a season featuring little to write home about.
Meanwhile, the Pittodrie gulls were given the fear by the scarecrow-attired Steven Pressley and chose to take their chances with volcanic ash at 10,000 feet. Pressley then foghorned long and loud against the Dons' so-called "spoiling tactics", yet when asked if his team would've done the same, he said "yes".
In light of this nonsensical admission, let me point out to you, Mr Pressley, that your own relegation spook is still very much in the mood for haunting. And here in Aberdeen we wish you luck with your battle against the drop - all of it bad.
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