Gavin Morrison has called time on his Brora Rangers career after having his contract cancelled by the club by mutual consent.
Derek McInnes: Creativity, speed and quality in the final third has been lacking at Aberdeen for months
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is determined to tackle the attacking deficiencies in his side before the transfer window closes after watching his Reds fall four points behind Motherwell at Pittodrie last night.
Aberdeen slipped four points behind Motherwell after the visitors claimed all three points in a poor game at Pittodrie.
Caley Thistle defender Jamie McCart has signed a pre-contract agreement to join St Johnstone in the summer.
Ross County are close to finalising a deal for Hibernian striker Oli Shaw.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor knows exactly what he is facing as he tries to stop in-form Motherwell striker Chris Long at Pittodrie tonight.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is resigned to having to wait until the summer to bring Matty Kennedy to Pittodrie.
Nobody could have predicted that Peterhead’s 3-1 defeat by Falkirk a week ago would be the final appearance in the Blue Toon jersey for goal machine Rory McAllister.
Charlie Trafford’s header five minutes from time settled a five-goal thriller in Caley Thistle’s favour as the Highlanders booked their place in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a 3-2 win at Alloa Athletic.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged his side to remember Stenhousemuir as they get their latest Scottish Cup campaign underway today.
Ryan Hedges has already played at Wembley Stadium.
Gordonians coach Ryan Morrice hopes his players have been energised in their bid to stay in National League 2 following their vital bottom-of-the-table victory.
Aberdeen gaffer Derek McInnes reveals how St Johnstone’s Matty Kennedy caught his attention eight years ago
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is delighted at the prospect of having Matty Kennedy on board at last – almost eight years after the winger first attracted his attention.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has warned potential suitors for any of his players to make their move early if they want to have any chance of enticing the Dons into selling.
Alex McLeish would love nothing better than to shed his tag of being the last Don to captain Aberdeen to Scottish Cup glory.
They are fourth in the Highland League and one of the form teams but Rothes winger Ali Sutherland insists no one at Mackessack Park is getting carried away.
Ryan Strachan knows the bookmakers seldom get it wrong – but the Cove Rangers central defender insists he and his team-mates are trying to ignore their favourites tag.
Jebel Ali Beach Resort may sound like a lovely place to relax and unwind but work will be the only thing on Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes’ mind.
Former Don Brian Irvine believes Dylan McGeouch’s arrival at Aberdeen is a statement of intent by the club.
A fledgling Aberdeen curling team aims to compete for Scottish glory next month after challenging Eve Muirhead and her team at the Perth Masters.
Midfielder Dylan McGeouch has become Aberdeen's first January signing.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes he can conclude his deal to sign Greg Leigh on a permanent deal this month.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists his players are ready for their crusade to try to win the Scottish Cup.
The turn of the year means only one thing for football fans – the transfer window is open.
Derek McInnes will cast net far and wide in hunt for Aberdeen’s January reinforcements as club focus on ’10 different leagues in Europe’
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is ready to cast the net far and wide in his attempts to bring new players to Pittodrie.
Dundee midfielder Josh Mulligan has joined League Two leaders Cove Rangers on loan until the end of the season.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack is confident he and his board can ensure manager Derek McInnes’s budget is not adversely affected by the costs of building a new stadium.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes supporters can look to 2020 with confidence.
Funso Ojo says he feels ashamed at having missed three months of the season with Aberdeen.
Steven Mackay hopes lessons have been learned after his lowest point as Brora boss.
Bruce Anderson hopes he has given manager Derek McInnes food for thought after coming off the bench to score the winning goal in Aberdeen’s 2-1 victory against Livingston yesterday.
Aberdeen’s young guns Connor McLennan and Bruce Anderson scored their first goals of the season for the Dons to help their side to victory against Livingston at Pittodrie.