Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is expecting this summer to be one of his busiest transfer windows since taking charge at Pittodrie.
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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is treating tomorrow's Scottish Cup semi-final opponents Hibernian like a fellow top-six side rather than lower-league opposition.
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Gordon Strachan says he has sympathy with Aberdeen key players Ryan Jack, Kenny McLean and Graeme Shinnie after failing to include them in his squad for the crucial World Cup qualifier against Slovenia on March 26.
Dons midfielder Graeme Shinnie is ready for the challenge of facing big brother Andrew in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has told his players they will all be needed as the Dons face a fight to the finish in the race to be best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership.
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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has warned his players to expect a fired-up Dundee eager to make amends after last week's Scottish Cup exit when the sides meet at Pittodrie tonight.
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Ross County manager Jim McIntyre reckons his Staggies must negotiate one of the trickiest Scottish Cup ties they could have drawn if they are to advance past Dundee United into the fifth round on Saturday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has told English Championship club Cardiff City to get serious if they want to sign midfielder Jonny Hayes.
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There is little to choose between four teams - Cove, Brora, Buckie and Formartine, in the chase for the Highland League title.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is refusing to be scarred by his side's 4-0 defeat last time out against tonight's opponents Celtic.
Caley Thistle midfielder Greg Tansey has turned down a new contract offer and seems certain to leave the Highlanders at the end of the season.
The annual Boxing Day game at Rubislaw turned out to be another triumph for running rugby, ending in a six tries to three win for the Aberdeen Select who had just too much forward power for the Exiles side, many of who had flown in for the 86-year-old fixture.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has told his players there is no time to feel sorry for themselves after watching his team slip into the relegation mire following a 2-0 home defeat to Stenhousemuir.
Ross County midfielder Michael Gardyne will be sidelined for the rest of 2016 after being ruled out for four weeks with a hamstring strain.
Dons youngster Craig Storie could be set for a move to championship side St Mirren.
Glasgow backrower Rob Harley believes Warriors co-captain and Scotland lock Jonny Gray is redefining second-row play and conceded he would be shocked if the 22-year-old was not included in Warren Gatland’s British and Irish Lions squad.
Andy Murray has created such a bandwagon and unstoppable momentum in 2016 there was never any prospect of him not being crowned the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year for a record third time on Sunday night.
Andy Murray has created such a bandwagon and unstoppable momentum in 2016 there was never any prospect of him not being crowned the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year for a record third time on Sunday night.