Brendan Rodgers would be the perfect replacement for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, according to Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
Aberdeen defender Anthony O’Connor has been disciplined by the club following a social media spat with a Dons supporter.
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has revealed his pride at the progress of fellow countryman Andy Robertson at Anfield.
Former Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood believes it is imperative the Dons clinch European football over the closing five games of the season.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper backs Aberdeen to use cup disappointment as motivation to finish best of the rest
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper remains confident Aberdeen can finish best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership for a fourth year in a row.
Recruiting a new striker and a central defender should be Derek McInnes’ top priorities this summer, according to former Aberdeen forward Frank McDougall.
Tonight's Championship meeting between Dumbarton and Caley Thistle has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits today’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Motherwell is unlikely to be a classic – but he won’t care providing it is the Dons who emerge with a place in next month’s final.
Shooter David McMath claimed gold in the men’s double trap as Team Scotland surpassed their previous best medals tally in an overseas Commonwealth Games.
Garry Pearson is set to return to the ARR Craib MSA Scottish rally championship next weekend when the series heads to Elgin for the Speyside Stages – the second round of the 2018 season – with the Duns driver aiming to take the title he missed out on two years ago.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor refused to criticise the SPFL despite being handed three away games in the post-split fixtures for the third year in a row.
A clinical Celtic cruised to a comfortable 3-0 victory against 10-man Ross County.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says the Dons have no intention of cashing in on defender Scott McKenna this summer.
Aberdeen winger Greg Stewart is desperate to salvage something positive from a frustrating season at Pittodrie.
Featuring in his first Scotland victory has whetted Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie’s appetite to stay in manager Alex McLeish’s squad.
Falkirk have confirmed that their technical director Alex Smith is to leave the club at the end of the season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has already started the process of identifying the targets he wants to bring to Pittodrie this summer.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason insists he will relish the challenge of trying to stop Lionel Messi this summer.
Scotland’s World Cup hopes were dashed in heart-breaking fashion yesterday as a Zimbabwean monsoon and a shocking umpiring decision denied them the chance to complete an historic win against the West Indies in Harare.
Derek McInnes marks his five-year anniversary at the Dons on Friday – but the Aberdeen manager insists he is no rush to leave Pittodrie.
Aberdeen moved to within two points of second-placed Rangers with a game in hand with a 1-0 win against Dundee.
Scotland are determined to avoid the hurt of a poor finish to their campaign by beating Italy today – for what would be the sixth time in a row and the third time in succession in the Eternal City.
Finn Russell does not feel the extra responsibility as he looks to take on a bigger leadership role with one of his “wingmen” absent in Rome tomorrow.
Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson were unable to get off to a winning start at Ross County as they went down 3-2 against Kilmarnock in their first game in charge.
Aberdeen’s run without a victory extended to four games after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Partick Thistle at Firhill.
Scott McKenna feared being forced to quit football and become an electrician – now he is on the brink of first Scotland cap
Scott McKenna is on the brink of a first call-up to the Scotland senior squad but it wasn’t so long ago the Aberdeen defender feared he was going to be forced to quit football and become an electrician.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has hit back at his Kilmarnock counterpart Steve Clarke.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his players to forget about their upcoming Scottish Cup replay with Kilmarnock and put their full focus on getting their league campaign back on track.
Kris Boyd netted from the penalty spot to earn Kilmarnock a deserved Scottish Cup replay against a below-par Aberdeen.
Shinnie: Last match against Killie was one of the toughest days of my career – but Scottish Cup defeat would be even worse
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie describes his last meeting against Kilmarnock as one of the toughest days of his career – but a defeat in this afternoon’s Scottish Cup quarter-final would be even worse.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has paid tribute to the 1,300 Kilmarnock supporters who are set to make the long journey in difficult conditions to Pittodrie for today’s Scottish Cup tie - but still hopes to send them back to Ayrshire disappointed.
Ross County's Scottish Premiership meeting with Partick Thistle and Caley Thistle's home match against Brechin City have both been postponed.