Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin set to make name on who will captain the group
Keeper Joe Lewis has held the captaincy not too long ago, nevertheless, he additionally faces a battle for the No.1 spot.
Dutch keeper Kelle Roos (Derby County) has been signed on a two-year deal to convey competitors to Lewis.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin has confirmed he’ll decide on who captains the group within the coming days.
Goodwin insists he has quite a lot of leaders within the Dons squad.
He’s set to have a dialogue with ‘the person concerned’ over the membership captaincy.
Nonetheless, Goodwin additionally confirmed whoever will get the skipper’s armband will rely upon how pre-season ‘pans-out’.
The Dons boss is at present taking the squad by way of their paces at a week-long coaching camp in Spain.
Aberdeen kick-start the brand new season with a Premier Sports activities Cup tie at Peterhead on Sunday, July 10.
Requested if he has decided on the captain, Goodwin mentioned: “Now we have a really sturdy group now with quite a lot of huge characters in it.
“Clearly Joe has been membership captain now for quite a few years.
“We are going to simply have to attend and see how the pre-season pans out.
“Most likely within the subsequent week I’ll sit down and have that dialog with the person concerned.
“However it’s not set in stone in the meanwhile and we’ve got quite a lot of competitors for him.”
Lewis was appointed Aberdeen skipper when Graeme Shinnie moved to Derby County in summer season 2019.
Final season he was given the function of membership captain, taking care of issues away from the pitch.