Derek McInnes doubled down on demanding better from the SFA after losing two Aberdeen stars for a bruising defeat to Rangers. A Scotland U21s virus outbreak ruled out Lewis Ferguson and Connor McLennan and the Dons were hammered 4-0 at Ibrox on Sunday.
The pair were identified as close contacts of David Turnbull following the Celtic midfielder's positive Covid-19 test.McInnes refused to dismiss the players' order to isolate as bad luck, insisting the process needs reviewed."I think we all (want assurances)," he told Sky Sports."Listen, it's not unlucky, that's the thing."You can pick up the virus, we can all pick that up. That is the unfortunate part of it."But wiping further players out from a positive test is the bit that isn't lucky, the
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