Derek McInnes wants to add to Aberdeen’s list of memorable European nights by toppling Burnley at Turf Moor.
Derek McInnes believes Scott McKenna is the best centre-half in Scotland and will go straight to the English Premier League when he leaves Aberdeen.
Aberdeen forward Sam Cosgrove will be looking to sink Burnley in tomorrow night’s Europa League tie – but had football not panned out, he could have made a splash in a very different field.
Former Scotland and Aberdeen boss Craig Brown recalls ‘intimidating’ Turf Moor atmosphere from days with Preston
Former Scotland and Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has warned the Dons to expect an ‘intimidating’ atmosphere at Turf Moor tomorrow as they bid for Europa League glory on Burnley’s home patch.
Burnley striker Sam Vokes has warned Aberdeen to expect a similarly raucous atmosphere when they travel to Turf Moor for Thursday's Europa League second qualifying round second leg.
Burnley goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard insists the job of defeating Aberdeen to reach the Europa League third qualifying round is still far from done.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven insists Thursday's first leg 1-1 draw with Burnley has done nothing to quell his optimism the Dons can conquer the English Premier League side to reach the Europa League third qualiying round.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was proud of the way his players pushed Burnley all the way at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen were cruelly denied a first leg lead over Burnley after Sam Vokes’ late goal rescued a 1-1 draw for the English Premier League side in last night’s Europa League second qualifying round match at Pittodrie.
Burnley supporters have descended on Aberdeen ahead of tonight’s Europa League tie at Pittodrie. Hundreds of Clarets supporters gathered in the Castlegate area of the city for some pre-match drinks and a sing-song. Tonight’s second qualifying round first leg will be Burnley’s first European tie in 51 years.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche said the travel problems encountered by his side will have no impact on tonight’s Europa League match against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes defender Tommie Hoban can be a pivotal player for the Dons this season.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie is ready for the Dons’ toughest European challenge in recent seasons as they take on Burnley at Pittodrie this evening.
Burnley have been left frustrated after suffering travel problems ahead of tomorrow’s Europa League tie against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Roger Rushton never thought he would get the chance to see the two teams he supports go head-to-head.
Police have issued a warning to football fans gearing up for tomorrow’s Europa League clash between Aberdeen and Burnley at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen’s UEFA Cup hero Peter Weir calls on Dons to harness spirit of Ipswich Town upset ahead of meeting Europa League opponents Burnley
Two-goal Peter Weir has surely made it safe for Aberdeen now.
Ally Begg has never been interested in pursuing a conventional path to success.
Dominic Ball remembers Sean Dyche’s tough love approach to coaching and sees the success he has achieved as no surprise.
Aberdeen will face Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir should they get past Burnley in the Europa League.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the gulf between Scottish and English football has never been wider but believes the Reds can still upset the odds and ruin Burnley’s return to European football.
Dons winger Niall McGinn believes landing a big Euro test against English Premier League outfit Burnley can bring out the best in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is well aware of the threat posed by Burnley forward Chris Wood.
Aberdeen know this much after being paired with Burnley in the Europa League – they are going to have to do it the hard way.
McInnes: Dons have been dealt ‘toughest possible draw’ in Europa League with Burnley heading to Pittodrie
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons the Dons have been handed the toughest possible Europa League test after being drawn against Burnley.
Aberdeen finally learned their Europa League fate today and in Burnley, they have been handed a sterner test than they would have liked.
Champions-elect Manchester City blew the chance to clinch the Premier League title last weekend and will have to wait a little longer for a second chance.
Dundee United will hold out for their £2.5million valuation of midfielder Stuart Armstrong after rejecting bids from Celtic and Burnley for the 22-year-old yesterday.