Craig Brown believes the standard of officiating in Europe is higher than in Scotland but insists the focus should be on improving our officials rather than importing foreign referees.
It seems it is not just the Aberdeen fans who are tipping their star striker Sam Cosgrove to win the Ballon d’Or.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes wants his players to use the pain felt at losing to Rangers as motivation in their attempt to catch the Light Blues in the Premiership.
Aberdeen's David Law produced a spectacular finish to overhaul long-time leader Wade Ormsby and win his first European Tour title at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.
Former Aberdeen striker Darren Mackie will forever rue the one that got away when he thinks of his side’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Queen of the South.
Former Aberdeen striker Darren Mackie is confident lightning will not strike twice when the Dons face Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup this weekend.
This weekend's Snowman Rally has been cancelled.
Rangers have appealed Alfredo Morelos' red card from last night's game at Pittodrie.
Revenge was sweet for Rangers winger Ryan Kent after he played a key role in his side’s 4-2 win against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Scotland’s Gary Anderson has withdrawn from the 2019 Premier League darts due to his back injury.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis insists he does not fear a Celtic procession towards an eighth league title in a row.
Aberdeen missed out on the chance to move second in the Scottish Premiership when they were held to a goalless draw by Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove believes the next 11 matches will shape the Dons’ hopes of competing for the Premiership title.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists Kilmarnock can no longer be described as a surprise challengers in the Scottish Premiership.
Former Aberdeen attacker Peter Pawlett has been linked with a return to Scottish football with Dundee United.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed his side’s killer instinct following the Dons’ 3-0 win at Hamilton Accies last night.
Aberdeen eased to a comfortable 3-0 victory at Hamilton Accies as two goals from Sam Cosgrove and a Lewis Ferguson effort secured all three points at New Douglas Park.
Inverness Caley Thistle have reportedly moved ahead of Derry City in race to sign Coleraine winger Darren McCauley.
Aberdeen have been linked with a loan move for Celtic winger Lewis Morgan.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his players to right the wrongs of their earlier display when they travel to Stenhousemuir in their fourth round Scottish Cup replay next week.
Fort William have sacked manager Kris Anderson.
Allan Mackenzie has stepped down from his role as vice-chairman at Caley Thistle and resigned as director.
Aberdeen and Stenhousemuir will meet again at Ochilview on January 29 after the League 1 side came from behind to earn a replay against the Dons in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Marcus Fraser is counting on the collective desire within the Ross County dressing room coming to the fore today as the Championship leaders chase a Premiership scalp in the Scottish Cup.
Gordonians can take one step towards the National 3 title and with it, a place in National 2 next season, if they can win the top of the table clash at Newton Stewart tomorrow.
Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell believes Motherwell’s reputation for being overly-physical is a myth.
Caley Thistle assistant manager Scott Kellacher insists he has no fears about Liam Polworth’s commitment to the club as the midfielder mulls over his future.
Brian Graham insists there is no cause for alarm following back-to-back defeats for Ross County.
Former Aberdeen captain Paul Hartley says Scottish clubs simply cannot compete with the money on offer in English football as Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie mulls over the chance of a lucrative move to England.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has been linked with a move to English football following reports this morning he is set to join Wigan Athletic.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Glass believes Gary Mackay-Steven will find it difficult to walk away from Pittodrie this summer.
Aberdeen’s role in one of Scottish football’s great cup shocks will forever be ingrained in Scottish Cup history but for Stephen Glass, the seismic moment galvanised his club’s season.