New signing Anthony Stewart vows to carry clear sheets again to Aberdeen
Centre-back Stewart has joined the Dons on a two-year contract from League One Wycombe Wanderers.
Aberdeen’s leaky defence registered simply six clear sheets in 47 video games in all competitions final season.
New signing Anthony Stewart insists he’ll carry clear sheets and a defensive ‘edge’ to Aberdeen.
Skilled defender Stewart insists he has joined the Dons to assist change that.
The 29-year-old stopper jetted out to Spain for the Reds’ week-long heat climate coaching camp on the Costa Blanca.
He mentioned: “I really like defending. I embrace defending and hopefully I’ll carry loads of clean-sheets.
“Defending is what I do at the beginning and hopefully I can carry that edge to the staff.”
Stewart went by his first coaching session with the Dons on the squad’s Spanish base.
Goalkeeper Kelle Roos has additionally joined the squad in Spain, having signed a two-year contract after leaving Derby County.
Striker Bojan Miovski, a £535,000 signing from MTK Budapest, is as we speak set to endure his medical with Aberdeen in Spain.
Albanian worldwide Ylber Ramadani’s Visa has been processed and he’s additionally set to affix the Dons in Spain within the subsequent couple of days.
A product of the Wycombe Wanders youth academy, Stewart made 233 appearances for the membership.
His remaining efficiency for Wycombe was within the 2-0 Championship play-off remaining loss to Sunderland at Wembley on Might 21.
Stewart insists a journey to the Granite Metropolis to go searching Cormack Park as talks progressed swung a transfer to Aberdeen for him.
The ‘vibe’ was additionally a significant contributing issue as he felt ‘wished’ by the Granite Metropolis outfit from the outset.