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Milne confirmed the full £10m has yet to be secured but he is confident of raising the funds.
He said: “We still have work to do to get the balance of the funding in place.
“It would be easy to give up when you keep hitting brick walls and are thinking you are not going to get there.
“But we have a lot of good people around us as part of the team over the years and they have been a good driving force as well.
The club had earmarked a site on the road between Aberdeen and Kingswells to become the new home for the Dons.
Planning consent was eventually granted, but on the condition that the Scottish FA were successful with a bid to host the Euro 2008 finals. Aberdeen also planned on a move to a stadium at Loirston, but with an additional smaller stadium at Calder Park.
It is now almost two decades since Aberdeen first announced their intention to move from Pittodrie in January 1999.“It is not the ideal time to be raising funds but one way or another we will get that.” The No Kingsford Stadium protest group are pursuing a judicial review in a bid to stop the project going ahead.Aberdeen-based Mc Intosh Plant Hire now have the go- ahead to begin the initial earthworks and ground remediation in preparation for the building work, which is scheduled to start in October.The Reds’ chairman is confident the training facilities and community sports hub will be completed in time for the Dons’ pre-season next summer.The training ground is phase one of a £50m development that will also include a 20,000-seater stadium.