Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean says the Dons are determined to regain second spot after feeling they let down their travelling support against Hibernian.
He was the man who put the club on the map in the first place.
He made his name providing leadership on the pitch at Aberdeen FC but these days Russell Anderson is more interested in helping people sort out their finances.
The Dons have been an immovable part of the scenery in the north-east of Scotland for well over a century.
Caley Thistle will face Dumbarton in the IRN-BRU Cup final after an exciting 3-2 last-four tie against Northern Irish side Crusaders.
In the Highland League Cover Rangers, Inverurie Loco Works and Rothes FC won their games convincingly while Formartine United FC edged out Brora Rangers FC as 3-2 winners.
A superb fluid performance saw Hibernian run out worthy 2-0 winners against Aberdeen at Easter Road.
Ross County came from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw against Hearts at Victoria Park.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna wants to make the move to England when he knows he will not be a bit-part player.
Formartine United winger Andrew Greig had the most successful spell of his career at Brora Rangers but he insists his past will be forgotten when he faces his former club for the first time today.
Jack Leitch hopes Peterhead come through their run of five games in a fortnight back on top of League 2.
Alex McLeish believes fate – not to mention the influence of former Aberdeen manager Sir Alex Ferguson – has played its part in him becoming Scotland manager for the second time.
Stephen Glass has been on both sides of the Aberdeen-Hibernian fixture and thinks the Dons travelling support could prove decisive tomorrow.
The Scottish FA has announced Alex McLeish as the new Head Coach of the Scotland National Team.
‘Disappointing’ scheduling allows Kilmarnock an extra day’s rest before Scottish Cup tie with Aberdeen
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is disappointed the Dons’ Scottish Cup quarter-final has been scheduled for a Saturday – as it favours opponents Kilmarnock.
Caley Thistle's players can use the latter stages of the IRN-BRU Cup to show manager John Robertson they have what it takes for a promotion push, according to former Inverness midfielder Barry Wilson.
Caley Thistle defender Carl Tremarco is close to returning from a hamstring injury but may not be risked for Sunday's IRN-BRU Cup semi-final against Crusaders.
Two-time Highland League winning manager Davie Kirkwood has closed the door on a return to management following his return to Ross County’s youth setup.
Ross County manager Owen Coyle feels his Hearts counterpart Craig Levein is leading the way in handing young Scottish players their first-team chance.
Alex McLeish is back in the hot seat for a second stint as he is appointed the new Scotland manager.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has received assurances that the Pittodrie pitch will not hamper his team’s aspirations.
Ross County’s academy director Steven Ferguson is confident his new team assembled for the Scottish FA’s Project Brave can create a clearer pathway for youngsters to break into Owen Coyle’s first team.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston is confident league champions will be crowned before the pyramid play-offs start on Saturday April 21.
Caley Thistle chairman Graham Rae has dismissed rumours the club could be headed for administration as untrue.
Caley Thistle’s players can use the latter stages of the IRN-BRU Cup to show manager John Robertson they have what it takes for a promotion push, according to former Inverness midfielder Barry Wilson.
Graeme Shinnie believes he has been on the receiving end of some rough justice from referees as he prepares to sit out big games against Hibernian and Celtic.
Caley Thistle skipper Gary Warren is inspired by success of the past as he aims to add further to Inverness' impressive cup pedigree by winning this season's IRN-BRU Cup.
Record-breaker Cammy Keith is targeting more goals when Keith host Deveronvale at Kynoch Park tonight.
Caley Thistle skipper Gary Warren is inspired by success of the past as he aims to add further to Inverness’ impressive cup pedigree by winning this season’s IRN-BRU Cup.
Former Caley Thistle striker Curtis Allen gives Crusaders a fighting chance of winning their Irn-Bru Cup semi-final.
Ross County trio Greg Tansey, Andrew Davies and Jamie Lindsay are nearing a return from injury but will not be in starting contention for Saturday's match against Hearts.
Ross County trio Greg Tansey, Andrew Davies and Jamie Lindsay are nearing a return from injury but will not be in starting contention for Saturday’s match against Hearts.