Manuel Pascali believes Kilmarnock must be 'aggressive' to cope with the pace of Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser. Picture: SNS
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Richard Wilson and Frank Gilfeather
The Italian wears a knowing grin when he talks about how he might deal with the threat posed by Ryan Fraser, Aberdeen's exciting young winger, but in essence he is referring to pragmatism. The Kilmarnock manager, Kenny Shiels, is more idealistic, since he is adamant that none of his players will seek to bully Fraser, but the two only differ on a matter of nuance.
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