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Being underdogs will suit Aberdeen in Betfred Cup semi final against Rangers, says former Dons striker Billy Dodds
Former Aberdeen striker Billy Dodds believes the Dons' underdog status will suit them in tomorrow's Betfred Cup semi final against Rangers at Hampden Park.
It would be the classic tale of local boy done good.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has warned Rangers the Dons will be a different beast from the energy-sapped one they faced on the opening day of the season.
Man, 47, arrested in relation to the assault of a footballer during last weekend’s Hearts v Aberdeen match
Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with the assault of a footballer during last weekend’s match between Aberdeen and Hearts. The incident happened during the Scottish Premiership fixture between the two at Tynecastle in Edinburgh on October 20. The 47-year-old is due to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court at a later date.
Brian Irvine’s Aberdeen career will not be best remembered for his short role in the 1989 Skol Cup final victory over Rangers.
Derek McInnes feels the experience of regularly making semi-finals will stand his side in good stead against Rangers.
Aberdeen FC has confirmed it has sold its allocation of tickets for the League Cup semi-final.
‘I was furious that Jim had got injured’ – Arild Stavrum reflects on Aberdeen’s last Hampden Park meeting with Rangers and his literary career
Fate dealt Aberdeen a cruel hand on May 27, 2000. It came in the form of Rod Wallace’s knee.
Andy Considine admits the onus is on him to determine whether his future lies at Pittodrie.
Ben Thornley backs Manchester United loanee to follow in his footsteps and make success of Aberdeen move
James Wilson is in the best place to progress his career, according to Ben Thornley.
Ben Thornley has many regrets from his football career.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is banking on the return of Scott McKenna to boost his side’s hopes of making the Betfred Cup final.
Aberdeen will head into their Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers as a bottom-half side after a disappointing 2-1 slide against Hearts.
Aberdeen remain in the bottom half of the Scottish Premiership after a 2-1 defeat at Hearts.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes feels this season has proved the most difficult to get a consistent run of victories.
The upper echelons of the league have become a familiar environment for Aberdeen in recent seasons and Andy Considine sees no reason why this season should be any different.
Derek McInnes has urged his Aberdeen players to go into next week’s Betfred Cup semi-final on the back of a win.
Aberdeen Football Club have released a statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend as tickets sales for the game have “fallen short of demand”.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes the international break has given his squad some much needed respite following an unprecedented run of injuries and suspensions.
Aberdeen defender Michael Devlin plans on putting his first Hampden experience to good use when he makes his return to the National Stadium in the Betfred Cup semi-final next weekend.
Former Scotland defender Kevin McNaughton feels national team coach Alex McLeish has not been helped by the withdrawal of numerous players.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna empathised with the Tartan Army as they reacted angrily to the hammering in Haifa.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the SPFL to show how they’ll avoid future scheduling conflicts, after both League Cup semi-finals were re-arranged last week.
Derek McInnes believes Aberdeen teenager Lewis Ferguson has the attributes and determination to have a very good career in the game.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna said he understood why the Dons turned down Aston Villa’s deadline day bid for him.
Aberdeen have received an increased allocation of 20,300 tickets for this month’s Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden on October 28.
James Maddison entered his first senior England camp with a fearless attitude honed during a four-month loan spell in Scotland two years ago.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons the success achieved by James Maddison since his loan spell with the Dons will encourage more players to make the move to Pittodrie in the future.
McCrae’s Battalion was the affectionate name given by the people of Edinburgh to the 16th (Service) Battalion of the Royal Scots during the First World War.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has called for a summit meeting between the SPFL and the SFA to establish greater transparency in Scottish football.
A relieved Sam Cosgrove finally broke his Aberdeen duck on a day of firsts at Pittodrie as the Dons eased to a 4-1 victory over a poor St Mirren.
Aberdeen have criticised the SPFL after being asked to prove they deserve a 50-50 split for this month’s Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers.