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Sam Cosgrove earns Aberdeen a point against St Mirren but game overshadowed by injury to Tommie Hoban
Sam Cosgrove bailed out a below-par Aberdeen as they drew 2-2 with St Mirren, in a game overshadowed by a serious injury to Tommie Hoban.
Sam Cosgrove used goals against St Mirren as the springboard to his Aberdeen career and he wants to repeat that feat again.
Derek McInnes hopes Greg Tansey can recover his best form at St Mirren.
Dominic Ball backs Sam Cosgrove to continue being a smash hit at Aberdeen after musical tribute to in-form striker
Dominic Ball is adamant Sam Cosgrove is a smash hit with his goalscoring exploits at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen and either Caley Thistle or Ross County will play their Scottish Cup quarter-finals on Sunday March 3.
It seems it is not just the Aberdeen fans who are tipping their star striker Sam Cosgrove to win the Ballon d’Or.
Greg Tansey will return to Aberdeen with point to prove, says former Dons and St Mirren defender Lee Mair
Greg Tansey will be out to prove a point on his return to Pittodrie on Saturday, according to former Aberdeen and St Mirren defender Lee Mair.
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor’s two-match ban for his challenge on Aberdeen’s Lewis Ferguson upheld by SFA
Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor will serve a two-game ban after losing his appeal against the suspension given by the Scottish Football Association.
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 paired with either Kilmarnock or Rangers in Scottish Cup draw as Highland clubs line up trip to Dundee United
Aberdeen will face either Kilmarnock or Rangers in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.
Sam Cosgrove’s hot streak in front of goal shows no signs of slowing down as his brace against Queen of the South took him to 16 goals for the season.
Aberdeen triumphed 4-1 over Queen of the South on home soil to book their place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Life in the comfort zone suits Scottish Cup opponents Joe Lewis and Stephen Dobbie to a tee as Aberdeen and Queen of the South face off
The battle between Joe Lewis and Stephen Dobbie will go a long way to deciding the outcome of Sunday’s Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen assistant boss Tony Docherty labelled Rangers’ claims pictures close to their dressing room were changed as “absolute nonsense” and their celebrations were excessive.
Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor faces two-game ban for challenge on Dons midfielder Lewis Ferguson
Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor is facing a two-game ban following a Scottish FA review into his challenge on Dons midfielder Lewis Ferguson.
Rangers defender Connor Goldson claims pictures of Aberdeen’s semi-final celebrations at Pittodrie fired his team up
Rangers defender Connor Goldson has told Aberdeen they should have expected celebrations from the away dressing room after plastering photographs of their recent Hampden win along the Pittodrie corridors.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove has been the cream of the crop for the Dons this season.
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.
Derek Soutar backs former colleague Andy Considine to play crucial role in Aberdeen avoiding Queen of the South upset
Andy Considine will have a crucial role to play in this weekend’s Scottish Cup tie with Queen of the South, according to former goalkeeper Derek Soutar.
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.
Steve Tosh reckons Queen of the South didn’t get enough credit for their Hampden humbling of Aberdeen in 2008.
Sam Cosgrove intends on hunting down the Premiership’s golden boot to cap off his breakthrough season at Aberdeen.
Rangers have appealed Alfredo Morelos' red card from last night's game at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes felt Scott McKenna was naïve in getting dismissed for his tangle with Alfredo Morelos.
Aberdeen were beaten 4-2 by Rangers at Pittodrie in a dramatic contest which saw both Alfredo Morelos and Scott McKenna dismissed.
Derek McInnes has appealed for calm in the growing hysteria around referees.
Graeme Shinnie is urging referees to stand strong as scrutiny intensifies on them ahead of Aberdeen’s clash with Rangers.
Look back at these six Pittodrie crackers between Aberdeen and Rangers as the old rivals prepare to lock horns
Tomorrow's crunch between Aberdeen and Rangers could go a long way to deciding who wins this year's Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is hopeful Joe Lewis and Sam Cosgrove will be fit for tomorrow’s crucial Premiership fixture against Rangers.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster feels Aberdeen have to bridge the gap to Celtic and start winning trophies.
Aberdeen forward Bruce Anderson is relishing the challenge of being Dunfermline’s talisman during his loan spell with the Championship outfit.
Tommie Hoban wants to experience the dual joys of football and fatherhood after a serious shoulder injury hampered his chances to do both.