Aberdeen have suffered with injuries to key areas of the team in recent weeks which has helped put a halt to the club's great start to the Scottish Premiership campaign.The SPFL top division goes on a fortnight break now and Niall McGinn will be away with the Northern Ireland squad for their World Cup qualifying matches with Portugal and Luxembourg.And while the restart of the Premiership will come too soon for Willo Flood, McGinn hopes that key players such Jonny Hayes and Barry Robson will be back to fitness by then.McGinn said: "It'll be nice to get some of the more experienced boys back in the squad and help get us going again. I don't think it'll be too long until Jonny and Barry are back in."I'm away and have two games for Northern Ireland, but back here the manager will be working the boys hard and getting them ready to rock and roll again."It's looked on as an international break, but it's important for the players to work hard and get ready for the next league game."
Source: Aberdeen Mad