Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is optimistic Dominic Ball will agree a permanent move to Pittodrie.
Graeme Shinnie fears he has blown his long-awaited Scotland opportunity following last night’s chastening 3-0 loss against Kazakhstan last night.
Aberdeen FC have lost a legal battle with a sherry producer over the name of its official Scotch whisky.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has not ruled out the possibility of trying to sign forward James Wilson on a permanent basis.
Aberdeen are weighing up a summer move for Livingston midfielder Scott Pittman.
Aberdeen need to come back from the international break more alert to potential slip-ups.
Aberdeen have now won just one of their last nine games at Pittodrie after a 1-1 draw with Livingston.
Aberdeen have received 17,500 tickets for next month’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Staying at Aberdeen appeals to Dominic Ball after turning round his fortunes at Pittodrie.
Rangers have appealed against the yellow card Alfredo Morelos received during their cup exit against Aberdeen.
Niall McGinn insists any semblance of a Glasgow fear factor for Aberdeen has long been banished.
Twelve months ago, Connor McLennan and Dean Campbell were preparing for a Scottish Youth Cup semi-final against Kilmarnock.
Derek McInnes reckons his young players seizing the mantle at Aberdeen makes losing so many big players bearable.
Aberdeen will contest a third consecutive Scottish Cup semi-final after a 2-0 win over Rangers at Ibrox.
Ignorance may well prove to be bliss for Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen side as they look to secure another Scottish Cup semi-final berth.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hits out at ‘ridiculous way’ English Championship clubs operate after West Brom sack ex-teammate Darren Moore
Derek McInnes reckons English Championship clubs operate in a “ridiculous way” after the sacking of his former team-mate Darren Moore.
Joe Lewis reckons Aberdeen have earned respect from their performances against the Old Firm this season.
Aberdeen emerged from the first half of their Glasgow double-header with a creditable 0-0 draw against Celtic.
The injury jinx at Aberdeen this season has at times left them putting square pegs into round holes.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes wants Scottish clubs to do more to eradicate disorderly fan behaviour.
Derek McInnes paid tribute to the bravery of former Aberdeen player Greg Tansey for the way he dealt with his career-threatening injury.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes backs Neil Lennon to have same impact at Celtic as Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Derek McInnes reckons his Celtic counterpart Neil Lennon can have the same impact at Parkhead as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had at Manchester United.
Former Aberdeen and Caley Thistle midfielder Greg Tansey reveals injury nightmare that threatened to end his career
Former Aberdeen, Caley Thistle and Ross County midfielder Greg Tansey has lifted the lid on the injury hell that threatened to end his career.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne says Pittodrie ‘will not be forgotten’ as club progresses move to Kingsford
The chairman of Aberdeen FC has promised that the club’s historic home will “not be forgotten” as he turns his attention to the second phase of construction at the Dons’ new ground.
Aberdeen Football Club are facing a costly repair bill after disorder erupted between fans at Pittodrie over the weekend.
The Dons have been given the go-ahead to complete construction of the club’s new Kingsford stadium after a judge overwhelmingly ruled against legal objections raised by local protestors.
Derek McInnes reckons Lewis Ferguson could earn international recognition at Aberdeen.
Derek McInnes open to bringing Tommie Hoban back to Aberdeen after defender completes injury recovery
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has not ruled out bringing Tommie Hoban back to Pittodrie once he is over his latest injury setback.
Aberdeen fell short in their bid to reach the Scottish Youth Cup final as they were beaten 3-1 by Rangers.
Aberdeen’s Lewis Ferguson insists there is no bad blood between him and Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson insists there will be no bad blood with Allan McGregor when the Dons meet Rangers in next weekend’s Scottish Cup quarter-final.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes reckons little progress has been made in Scottish football’s fight against sectarianism
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes does not feel enough progress has been made on tackling sectarianism in Scottish football.
Former Scotland boss Craig Brown reckons Scottish FA has to improve its own referees rather than look abroad
Craig Brown believes the standard of officiating in Europe is higher than in Scotland but insists the focus should be on improving our officials rather than importing foreign referees.