Captain. Leader. Legend.
Derek McInnes sees Aberdeen striker Stevie May getting close to the form that made him a household name with St Johnstone.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes James Wilson can have the same impact as James Maddison had in his loan move to Pittodrie.
Aberdeen’s new signing James Wilson faces make-or-break season after loan move from Manchester United
James Wilson labelled his move to Aberdeen as the most important of his career as he looks to prove he can fulfil his potential.
Aberdeen have signed James Wilson on loan from Manchester United for the rest of the season.
Caley Thistle were short on ideas and goals as they were held to a lacklustre 0-0 Championship draw by Ayr United.
Joe Chalmers defended Liam Polworth as one of Caley Thistle’s best players after he was criticised by a small section of his own support during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Ayr United.
Liam Polworth missed a first-half penalty as Caley Thistle were held to a goal-less draw by 10-man Ayr United.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine reckons the Dons unexpected injury woes have set back their start to the season.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes rejects Steven Gerrard’s view that Rangers are only team hard done by with refereeing decisions
Derek McInnes brushed off Steven Gerrard’s assertions that Rangers are the only club that gets harshly treated by Scottish football’s disciplinary process.
Aberdeen will play their home reserve and youth matches at Cove Rangers’ new Balmoral Stadium this season.
Stephen Glass rules out early call for second place as Aberdeen chase fifth successive Premiership runner-up spot
Former Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Glass insists it is far too early to make sweeping statements about who will finish second in the Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes to make two new additions to his squad before Saturday’s meeting with Dundee at Dens Park.
Joe Lewis reckons Scott McKenna will go on to bigger and better things – but says Aberdeen do not need to sell him.
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson takes plaudits from Derek McInnes after Europa League wonder-goal against Burnley
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has tipped Lewis Ferguson for a big future in the game after his impressive impact in the 3-1 defeat to Burnley.
Aberdeen's Europa League venture came to a heartbreaking end after a 3-1 extra-time defeat to Burnley.
Tommie Hoban sees opportunity for Aberdeen players to become heroes with Europa League triumph over Burnley
Victory over Burnley tonight would give Aberdeen the opportunity to become heroes.
Derek McInnes believes Scott McKenna is the best centre-half in Scotland and will go straight to the English Premier League when he leaves Aberdeen.
Aberdeen forward Sam Cosgrove will be looking to sink Burnley in tomorrow night’s Europa League tie – but had football not panned out, he could have made a splash in a very different field.
Former Scotland and Aberdeen boss Craig Brown recalls ‘intimidating’ Turf Moor atmosphere from days with Preston
Former Scotland and Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has warned the Dons to expect an ‘intimidating’ atmosphere at Turf Moor tomorrow as they bid for Europa League glory on Burnley’s home patch.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson felt the Staggies put right the wrongs of Arbroath in beating Alloa Athletic 2-0 to top their Betfred Cup group.
Caley Thistle's Betfred Cup hopes came crashing down as Hearts thumped them 5-0 in a torturous afternoon in the capital.
Ross County progressed to the last 16 of the Betfred Cup courtesy of a 2-0 win over Alloa Athletic.
Inverness rower Alan Sinclair out to give Scottish crowd something to cheer about at European Championships
Alan Sinclair wants to give his home crowd something to celebrate when the European Championships come to Glasgow on August 2.
Jason Brown is hoping a frightening couple of weeks for his family can be put behind them when his brother Jordon returns to action.
Derek McInnes insists he will be comfortable with the players he has at his disposal if he fails to add to his Aberdeen squad ahead of tomorrow’s Europa League tie with Burnley.
Aberdeen’s UEFA Cup hero Peter Weir calls on Dons to harness spirit of Ipswich Town upset ahead of meeting Europa League opponents Burnley
Two-goal Peter Weir has surely made it safe for Aberdeen now.
Some managers rule by fear but Inverness Caley Thistle defender Brad Mckay reckons John Robertson rules by trust.
John Robertson urges Caley Thistle players to ignore Hearts’ Betfred Cup punishment ahead of Raith Rovers visit
John Robertson has ordered his Caley Thistle squad to put Hearts’ points-deduction out of their minds and focus on beating Raith Rovers tonight.
Derek McInnes will make a decision on whether to hand Krystian Nowak a contract in the next few days.
Aberdeen’s season may not have taken off yet but their preparations certainly have done with the club bringing in drones to film training sessions.
Dominic Ball remembers Sean Dyche’s tough love approach to coaching and sees the success he has achieved as no surprise.