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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.
Aberdeen emerged with a 2-1 victory over Hibernian at Easter Road but will be counting the cost of injuries to Sam Cosgrove and Joe Lewis.
‘Football is a mad world’ – Max Lowe reflects on being caught up in Marcelo Bielsa’s ‘Spygate’ scandal
Scottish football is rarely a dull place but Aberdeen defender Max Lowe’s brief stint back at Derby saw him caught up in the most controversial story of the season south of the border.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is content with the depth of his squad for the second half of the season, despite failing to land a deadline day signing.
Former Aberdeen favourite Robbie Winters has backed his former team-mate Stevie May to come good at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen winger Scott Wright hopes to return to Pittodrie a better player after joining Dundee on loan until the end of the season.
The Ballon D’Or may not be in his grasp just yet but Sam Cosgrove has relished in the spotlight of being Aberdeen’s leading man.
Long-serving Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds has joined Dundee United on loan.
Aberdeen forward Bruce Anderson will spend the second half of the campaign on loan at Championship side Dunfermline.
Aberdeen’s Scott Wright has completed his loan move to Dundee.
Rumours have been speculating tonight that Dons defender Scott McKenna is off to Stoke.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Glass has been named new head coach of Atlanta United 2.
Winning mentality implemented by Sir Alex Ferguson the key factor behind Aberdeen’s success in 1980s, says John McMaster
John McMaster lived through the lean years at Aberdeen where reaching the latter stage of cups was like winning a trophy in itself.
Aberdeen FC Women’s new management team believe their newly-established relationship with the Dons can help them achieve their ultimate goal of returning to the Scottish Women’s Premier League 1.
Aberdeen prepared for more Scott McKenna interest on deadline day after rebuffing English Championship bids
Aberdeen are set to field more enquiries for in-demand centre-back Scott McKenna on transfer deadline day.
Aberdeen FC's lawyer believes protesters fighting to block the Dons' new stadium have come "nowhere close" to providing legal grounds for planning permission for the £50million facility to be revoked.
The Scottish Cup remains the prize Niall McGinn would most like to win at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen have rejected a bid from Championship side Stoke City for defender Scott McKenna.
Derek McInnes would like to add one more player to his Aberdeen squad before Thursday’s transfer deadline – but it is unlikely to be Jonny Hayes.
Aberdeen FC's legal team emerged from the first day of a court battle which could waylay the construction of the Dons' new £50 million stadium "content" with how proceedings played out.
Aberdeen cruised into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a 4-1 win over Stenhousemuir in their replay at Ochilview.
Michael Rose feels he has blossomed following Aberdeen departure as summer switch to Coventry City looms
Michael Rose needed room to grow.
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine hailed for his integral role this season ahead of Dons Scottish Cup trip to Stenhousemuir
Andy Considine has been integral to Aberdeen amid the club’s continuing turnover of defenders.
Greg Stewart wants to pick up his goalscoring form again before deciding if his long-term future is at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis does not fear Celtic will storm to eighth consecutive Premiership title
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis insists he does not fear a Celtic procession towards an eighth league title in a row.
At least this time there should be no surprises.
Aberdeen missed out on the chance to move second in the Scottish Premiership when they were held to a goalless draw by Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.
Jim McInally is still in the market to add to his Peterhead squad after Craig Thomson opted not to join the Blue Toon.