Caley Thistle goalkeeper Dean Brill has backed the threadbare Inverness squad to come through a selection crisis and keep the Inverness European hopes alive.
Aberdeen have been warned they must come up with a financial package if they are to beat competition from other clubs in England and Scotland to sign Blackburn Rovers attacker David Goodwillie.
Farid El Alagui is raring to go after signing for Dundee United.
Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson believes midfielder Peter Pawlett's performances deserve the attention of Scotland manager Gordon Strachan.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has distanced himself from reports linking the Dons with a move for Blackburn Rovers forward David Goodwillie.
Ross County's season is up and running in 2014 but defender Brian McLean has warned standards must be maintained if the Staggies are to continue their rise up the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has not given up hope of bringing Michael Hector back to Pittodrie this month despite yesterday signing Alan Tate as his replacement.
Two days. Two victories. Two records.
The cup takes precedence for Aberdeen Grammar for the next three weekends, but Premiership survival remains the priority for coach Kevin Wyness.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty has praised his Pittodrie warrior Peter Pawlett for his part in the Dons’ climb up the Premiership table.
It was fast, furious and fiery as Aberdeen came from behind to win 2-1 in an explosive New Year's Day derby against Dundee United at Tannadice yesterday.
One of the key factors behind a successful year on the course is getting your schedule right, especially in a Ryder Cup year.
Elgin City manager Ross Jack has challenged his players to force the Borough Briggs club into promotion play-off contention in the new year. The Black and Whites are second bottom in League 2 but just five points away from fourth place in the table.
Three Aberdeen students studying at Robert Gordon University are hoping to make the cut and compete in Scotland's equivalent of the Oxford-Cambridge boat race.
When homesick Aberdonians Doug Cochrane and Tommy Robertson got together in the Grill Bar of the Savoy Hotel in London in 1930 to create a rugby fixture in their native city, they could not have imagined the same Boxing Day match would be in existence 83 years later.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes wants a repeat of the first half of the season as he reflects on a job well done but only half-completed at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson is ready for a run of games he believes will shape the club's prospects in 2014.
Europe captain Jose Maria Olazabal has warned there is no margin for error after watching his side slump to a 3-1 foursomes defeat on the opening day of the Royal Trophy at Guangzho, China, yesterday.
Former Buckie Thistle midfielder Andy Low has returned to Victoria Park after signing from Inverurie Locos.
Cammy Smith has watched several of his young team-mates depart Aberdeen in the hope of forging a career in England. From Chris Maguire and Fraser Fyvie to Jack Grimmer and Ryan Fraser, many Dons players have left Pittodrie and found mixed success in the English Premier League and Cham- pionship.
Midfielder Ryan Jack insists Aberdeen have no fear as they head into a crucial run of festive fixtures against their rivals for second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes his club has closed the off-field gap on its rivals and now wants to see his players prove it on the pitch.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the next few weeks will not be season-defining.
Some of the north and north-east's best young athletes will be among the first to experience the thrill of competing on the new track being installed at Hampden Park for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
John Henderson is hungry for more darting success in the PDC world champion- ship after his stunning victory against world number seven Dave Chisnall in London on Sunday.
The eyes have it for Caley Thistle captain Richie Foran.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds insists his team will be ready for the week which determines its season.
Caley Thistle defender Graeme Shinnie claims the absence of a manager from Caledonian Stadium has had no effect on the squad.
Aberdeen Grammar captain Greig Ryan is ready to take two months of frustration out on Stirling tomorrow.
Caley Thistle midfielder Aaron Doran hopes captain Richie Foran will reconsider his decision not to put his name forward for the manager's job at the club.
Greig Hutcheon dug deep in sudden death to claim the Titleist PGA Play-Offs title in Turkey yesterday.
Martin Laird is soaking up the extensive Royal Melbourne course knowledge of his new caddie as he strives for individual honours in the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne, Australia.