Andy Considine will probably soak up every second of his milestone appearance for Aberdeen if, as expected, he makes his 500th Dons appearance at St Johnstone on Sunday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Andy Considine is getting better with age as the defender prepares to make his landmark appearance for the club this weekend.
Craig Brown needs no reminder of just how difficult an afternoon Scotland face in Nicosia today.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke has urged his fringe players to use today’s encounter with Cyprus to prove they deserve a spot in March’s pivotal Euro 2020 play-offs.
Former Aberdeen skipper Shinnie admits he was ready to walk away from Derby County before breakthrough
Former Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie was ready to walk away from Derby County after fearing his move to England had turned sour.
Karine Polwart has made her name in folk music and has awards galore to show for it.
Alex Dyer has worked in football long enough not to take a player’s withdrawal from a squad personally.
Comment: Don’t think Cyprus and Kazakhstan games have no bearing on Scotland’s quest to reach Euro 2020
It may seem as if there is little but pride at stake for Steve Clarke’s Scotland as they bring their dismal Euro 2020 qualifying campaign to a close with a whimper.
Ross County’s goals against column continues to rise at an alarming rate but winger Josh Mullin insists his side must share the collective blame.
Aberdeen moved up to third place in the Scottish Premiership as they came from behind to beat Ross County 3-1 at Victoria Park.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has called for concentration from his side as they face the multiple threats Ross County will present today.
It bears his family name but Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack insists the club will honour its legends as it makes plans for the future.
Curtis Main opened his Aberdeen account in style as he scored the opening goal in a 3-0 win for the Dons against Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his players to build momentum heading into the international break.
Gordonians captain Danny Osugo has urged his side to put the pain of a heavy defeat at Hamilton Bulls behind him and focus on head-to-head results against the teams around them in National 2.
Aberdeen Grammar back Doug Russell insists his club is ready for an early season acid test at Currie Chieftains tomorrow.
It will bear his name as a lasting reminder of his investment in the club but Cormack Park means so much more to Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne insists his support of Derek McInnes is unwavering and has backed his manager to deliver a top-three finish this season.
Ross County were swept aside by an impressive Rangers as doubles from Ryan Jack and Alfredo Morelos secured a 4-0 win at Victoria Park.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his players to show they are willing to be his leaders on the pitch.
Aberdeen midfielder Craig Bryson has hit back at criticism the Dons lay down to Celtic on Sunday.
Aberdeen’s all-time leading goalscorer Joe Harper has become the latest former Don to be given the honour of having a training pitch at the club’s new training campus named after him.
Scott McKenna believes a maximum return from the three games before the international break is the minimum requirement following Aberdeen’s capitulation to Celtic in front of their own support on Sunday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes yesterday apologised for his players’ dire display against Celtic and insisted both he and the supporters deserve better.
Aberdeen were punished by a ruthless and rampant Celtic at Pittodrie as the Hoops made it eight wins in a row in the Granite City thanks to a 4-0 victory.
He was without five players due to injury and two of his substitutes were fit enough only to make the bench, but Derek McInnes can give himself a pat on the back for a job well done at Fir Park on Saturday.
Aberdeen romped to a stunning 3-0 win against Motherwell at Fir Park to close the gap on third-placed Well to a point in the Scottish Premiership.
Niall McGinn is making plans for life after football by investing in a new pizza restaurant in Belfast – but what he really covets is a slice of the coaching action at Pittodrie.
His midfield options are severely limited but Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists his side can find a way to win at Motherwell today.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes Craig Bryson can recover in time for the game at Motherwell after the international break to ease the deepening midfield crisis at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove believes his side showed their character after digging deep to earn a share of the spoils against Hibernian on Saturday.
They were a mile off where their manager wants them to be but if nothing else Aberdeen deserve credit for showing resiliency and no lack of character as they rescued a point against Hibernian.