Aberdeen's task of upsetting the odds in Sunday's Betfred Cup final against Celtic is one Billy Dodds is familiar with from his own experiences of winning the competition.
Aberdeen League Cup winner Scott Vernon recalls 2014 penalty drama and chance for new Dons to become heroes
Memories are made in moments of true euphoria.
Former Aberdeen striker Billy Dodds reckons the Dons stand their best chance of lifting the Betfred Cup by attacking Celtic in Sunday's final at Hampden Park.
Alex McLeish has never taken a backward step in his life.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn believes Sunday’s Betfred Cup semi-final win against Rangers has set the standard his side needs to achieve on a regular basis in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen are through to the final of the Betfred Cup final after a dramatic 1-0 win against Rangers at Hampden.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie draws on cup exploits with Caley Thistle to ahead of Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers
Being up against it in cup semi-finals is nothing new to Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie.
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.
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.
‘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.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is banking on the return of Scott McKenna to boost his side’s hopes of making the Betfred Cup final.
Derek McInnes has urged his Aberdeen players to go into next week’s Betfred Cup semi-final on the back of a win.
Former Aberdeen favourite Robbie Winters reckons the Dons are well within their rights to ask for a 50-50 split of Betfred Cup semi-final tickets.
Aberdeen get later kick-off for Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers as Hearts-Celtic tie moved to Murrayfield
Aberdeen's Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers has been pushed back to 4.30pm.
Aberdeen and one of its main supporters’ groups have welcomed a rethink of the Betfred Cup semi-final arrangements.
Aberdeen's Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers could be changed after the SPFL announced a rethink on the arrangements for October 28.
Police Scotland have asked for a rethink to the SPFL's Betfred Cup semi-final plans.
Aberdeen chief executive Duncan Fraser has accused the SPFL of being “hell-bent” in its decision on arranging the Betfred Cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day later this month.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes and Hearts manager Craig Levein take aim at SPFL over Betfred Cup scheduling
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and his Hearts counterpart Craig Levein have condemned the SPFL for their decision to host both Betfred Cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day.
Aberdeen have described the decision to schedule their Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers for a noon kick-off as “appalling” and “inappropriate”.
The Betfred Cup semi-finals will both be played at Hampden on the same day after the SPFL decided to stage both ties at the National Stadium on Sunday, October 28.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis insists he and his team-mates are happy to prove their doubters wrong after securing another cup semi-final berth.
Derek McInnes backed his Aberdeen side to keep flying under the radar as they held their nerve in an enthralling penalty-shootout victory over Hibernian in the Betfred Cup quarter-final.
Aberdeen advance to Betfred Cup semi-finals after nerve-shredding penalty-shootout win over Hibernian
Aberdeen held their nerve in a penalty shootout to advance to the last four of the Betfred Cup against Hibernian.
Sitting on the sidelines and watching Aberdeen’s semi-final exit against Motherwell gave Mikey Devlin the hunger to be part of one for real.
Gary Mackay-Steven’s improved performances this season come down to the wide man feeling like a key player again.
Ross County midfielder Jamie Lindsay faces an anxious wait to discover the extent of an ankle injury which caused him to be stretchered off from Sunday’s 3-2 Betfred Cup defeat at Hibernian.
Ross County suffered late Betfred Cup heartbreak as they suffered a cruel 3-2 defeat by Hibernian at Easter Road.
Aberdeen will travel to Easter Road to face Hibernian in the quarter-final of the Betfred Cup.