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Aberdeen CAN get Eintracht Frankfurt Conference League result as Willie Miller outlines Dons' key threats

Aberdeen can prove the doubters wrong by gaining a memorable result against Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday as they embark on their debut Europa Conference League group stage campaign.

That's the verdict from Dons legend Willie Miller, who believes Barry Robson's struggling side have some "very good" players and are capable of producing something special in Germany despite everyone writing them off because of their winless start to the Scottish Premiership season. Hearts were the latest team to inflict more pain in Aberdeen's wounds, with Robson opting to try two different formations during the 2-0 away defeat which has left the north-east club joint-bottom of the league table.

They meet Eintracht Frankfurt inside the Waldstadion as massive underdogs however Miller reckons it's a tie they should embrace. Speaking in his Press and Journal column, Miller said: "As I’ve said, I agree with Robson’s view he has signed quality players – but at this moment in time they are not showing it. It will be a real challenge for Aberdeen in Germany, but it is one they must embrace.

"With the Dons’ poor form, I believe most observers and fans will not be looking for much from them in terms of getting a result in Frankfurt. However, that does not mean Aberdeen are not capable of getting a result. They are."

Miller acknowledges that 13 players was a huge turnover this summer and it can take time to gel. Although he warns Robson that he needs to start backing up his bullish media comments as he continues to insist "things will come good" when probed on Aberdeen's current form.

"There is no doubt the Dons have very good players," continued the Pittodrie hero. "They have a threat upfront in Bojan Miovski and Duk who can score goals. Aberdeen