Derek McInnes is keen to get Greg Tansey back to full fitness again ahead of a hectic December.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is acutely aware that it is only a matter of time before another club bids for Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven has thanked Derek McInnes for resurrecting his international career.
Derek McInnes reckons Ryan Christie’s improved performances have been worth waiting for.
Derek McInnes wants to use international football to lure players to Aberdeen after Mikey Devlin’s call-up to Scotland squad
Derek McInnes wants to keep using the prospect of international football to attract players to Aberdeen.
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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes rates his Hibernian counterpart Neil Lennon as a valuable part of Scottish football.
Mikey Devlin’s call-up to the Scotland national team is down to his own hard work.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says it is ‘crazy’ that more isn’t being done to stop amateur games clashing with Dons matches
Aberdeen FC boss Derek McInnes has said he thinks it is “crazy” more hasn’t been done to ensure amateur football matches don’t clash with the Dons’ kick-off times.
Derek McInnes hopes for good representation in the Scotland squad today but has warned against expecting too much of teenager Lewis Ferguson.
Alex McLeish has never taken a backward step in his life.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes reckons Shay Logan let down by friend over Snapchat video taunting Rangers
Derek McInnes reckons Shay Logan has been let down by his Rangers-supporting friend over the social media video that was leaked this week.
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.
Derek McInnes feels the experience of regularly making semi-finals will stand his side in good stead against Rangers.
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 boss Derek McInnes feels this season has proved the most difficult to get a consistent run of victories.
Derek McInnes has urged his Aberdeen players to go into next week’s Betfred Cup semi-final on the back of a win.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes the international break has given his squad some much needed respite following an unprecedented run of injuries and suspensions.
Dons manager Derek McInnes will give a team talk with a difference this winter when he reads a bedtime story to thousands of charity fundraisers.
Derek McInnes feels Aberdeen’s injury situation easing will bring an upturn in performances.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes feels the Scottish game has been discredited by the numerous public fiascos that have emerged in recent weeks.
Scott McKenna was shocked to receive his two-game ban from the Scottish FA for his collision with Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard.
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.
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.
Gary Mackay-Steven’s improved performances this season come down to the wide man feeling like a key player again.
Aberdeeen boss Derek McInnes reckons Dons can cope if Motherwell turn Pittodrie clash into physical battle
Derek McInnes is confident Aberdeen can stand up to Motherwell if the Steelmen turn today’s game into a physical battle.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the time to judge the Dons will be at Christmas when the league table starts to take shape.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists there is no cause for alarm after watching his side make a sluggish start to the season.
Former Aberdeen striker Frank McDougall insists the Dons are still the second best team in Scotland and Derek McInnes will prove it once the club’s injury crisis eases.
Aberdeen call on Scottish FA to consider video assistant referees following ‘unacceptable’ Michael Devlin appeal
Aberdeen have released another statement criticising the Scottish FA for their handling of Michael Devlin’s appeal and calling for the consideration of video assistant referees.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes needs no reminder of the qualities of Tony Watt as the Dons bid to stop the in-form St Johnstone striker tomorrow.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Scott McKenna’s return to fitness has come at just the right time for the threadbare Dons defence.