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Dons defender Ash Taylor has silenced his critics and earned the trust of his manager after a series of impressive displays.
Former Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood believes the Dons are far too strong to be caught by Rangers in the race to finish best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership.
Peter Pawlett hopes his match-winning strike against Kilmarnock will convince Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes to give him some regular action.
Two late strikes from substitutes Jayden Stockley and Peter Pawlett to a dramatic victory against Kilmarnock.
Lee McCulloch will not deviate from departed Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark's preparations for the visit of Aberdeen.
Boss Derek McInnes is wary of a potential "slap in the face" ahead of Aberdeen's Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Kilmarnock on Sunday.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds has warned their Ladbrokes Premiership rivals that the 7-2 thrashing of Motherwell was not the pinnacle of their form.
Aberdeen attacker Adam Rooney believes his side’s demolition of Motherwell shows the Dons will not give up their tag as Scotland’s second best team without a struggle.
Ryan Christie feels he has announced himself as an Aberdeen player after scoring a spectacular goal on his first start.
Adam Rooney’s hat-trick helped Aberdeen thrash Motherwell 7-2 as they moved three points clear of Rangers in the race for second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee could potentially be facing a lengthy touchline ban on the back of a miserable night in Aberdeen.
Derek McInnes struggled to keep the smile off his face after seeing his Aberdeen side hammer Motherwell 7-2 to steal a march on second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
A furious Mark McGhee raged at Aberdeen fans last night after suffering one his worst nights in football management.
Adam Rooney scored a hat-trick as Aberdeen routed a shambolic Motherwell 7-2 to strengthen their grip on second place in the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
Ryan Christie inspired Aberdeen to a stunning 7-2 demolition of Motherwell at Pittodrie as the Dons moved three points clear in the race for second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes claims his future is at Pittodrie despite speculation linking him with the Rangers job.
Aberdeen manager, Derek McInnes, has claimed the proposed £50million stadium complex at Kingsford is "absolutely essential" to the club's future.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has expressed sympathy for Mark Warburton - but scoffed at suggestions he is ready to become his Rangers replacement.
Derek McInnes has moved to reassure fans that his mind remains focused on the job at hand at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits he is greedy for more as his side look to move three points clear in the race for second.
Defender Andy Considine has become the latest Don to commit himself to the Pittodrie club by signing a new two year extension that will see him remain at the Club until the summer of 2019.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper has urged Dons manager Derek McInnes to resist the lure of Rangers.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis believes there are more than enough challenges remaining at Pittodrie to keep manager Derek McInnes at the club.
Tony Docherty praised the Aberdeen players for an "outstanding performance" against Ross County after booking their place in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.
Shay Logan’s late goal settled a tense Scottish Cup tie in Aberdeen’s favour as the Dons secured their place in tomorrow’s quarter-final draw courtesy of a 1-0 win at Victoria Park.
The Scottish Cup represents the last chance for Aberdeen to finish the season with some silverware but manager Derek McInnes doesn’t believe there is any additional pressure on his side ahead of today’s meeting with Ross County.
During his time as a Morton player Derek McInnes would spend his two month summer break working as a postman – but the Aberdeen manager is hoping his players barely have time for a few days off by delivering the Scottish Cup trophy.
During his time as a Morton player Derek McInnes would spend his two-month summer break working as a postman - but the Aberdeen manager hopes his players barely have time for a few days off by delivering the Scottish Cup to Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits he feared Jonny Hayes was on his way out of Pittodrie in January.
Police have issued advice to fans travelling to Dingwall for Ross County's clash with Aberdeen in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper believes Aberdeen are the only team that can prevent Celtic winning a domestic treble this season.