Scott Wright could return to first-team action with Aberdeen in April after coming through their winter training camp unscathed.
Niall McGinn insists the Scottish Cup remains a top priority for Aberdeen.
Dave Cormack has earned the right to be the Aberdeen chairman he wants to be as he has invested heavily in the club.
Perhaps a sharpener ahead of the Scottish Cup was just what Aberdeen needed.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes remains confident St Johnstone winger Matty Kennedy will join the Dons – despite interest from Hearts.
Aberdeen ended their winter training camp in Dubai with a 1-0 defeat against Al Wehdat.
Scott McKenna will “get his reward” says Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes but Dons have not received January bids for defender
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has had no enquiries for defender Scott McKenna during the January window.
Jon Gallagher hopes extending his Aberdeen loan can put him on the radar of the Ireland national team.
Aberdeen’s trip to Dubai was never under threat, says club’s director of football operations Steven Gunn
Increasing political tension in the Gulf region never threatened to put Aberdeen’s winter training camp at risk.
The man leading the march towards the Dons’ new Kingsford stadium dream has defended the club's efforts to change planning conditions attached to the £50 million project.
Dons bosses have suggested shutting off a major north-east road to allow fans to disperse after games.
Aberdeen defender Shay Logan is not the only Don preparing for life after football.
One word sums up the first half of the 2019-20 season for Aberdeen – injuries.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack is confident he and his board can ensure manager Derek McInnes’s budget is not adversely affected by the costs of building a new stadium.
Aberdeen favourite Arild Stavrum relives Dons career and tips former club to shine among Scotland’s elite
Arild Stavrum saw Aberdeen’s hopes of silverware dashed by the Old Firm in front of his eyes.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes supporters can look to 2020 with confidence.
Niall McGinn has urged Aberdeen to go back to basics in the search for success in 2020.
Aberdeen laboured into 2020 with a 1-1 draw with Hearts that left manager Derek McInnes looking forward to the transfer window opening.
Niall McGinn ensured Aberdeen ended 2019 with a point as they drew 1-1 with 10-man Hearts.
There are some sporting moments you can never forget.
Sam Cosgrove became the first Don to score 20 goals before Christmas since Duncan Shearer in 1992 but it is doubtful he felt like celebrating the feat on Saturday.
Ryan Christie’s rise into one of Scotland’s most productive players has come as little surprise to Tony Docherty.
Aberdeen assistant boss Tony Docherty insists the Dons have to respect Celtic’s threat – but they have enough quality to hurt the league champions.
Derek McInnes reckons Aberdeen having their players on long-term deals puts them in a position of strength next month.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove has Premier League ambition as Dons favourite puts speculation to one side
Sam Cosgrove sees no reason why he cannot become an English Premier League player – but knows he has a way to go yet.
Stewart Milne made some difficult decisions when he was chairman of Aberdeen.
Niall McGinn will always be Aberdeen’s Mr Reliable as far as Craig Brown is concerned.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes feels he has, at last, decisions to make with his defensive options.
Stewart Milne has made a fresh appeal for change in Scottish football as he prepares to step down as Aberdeen chairman.
With Sports Personality Of The Year taking place in Aberdeen last night, the Dons needed their own heroic figure of 2019 to come to the fore once again.
Sam Cosgrove's 19th goal of the season bailed out Aberdeen in a tepid 1-0 win over Hamilton Accies.
Ex-Aberdeen striker Steve Archibald backs Sam Cosgrove to follow in his footsteps with English goal trail
Steve Archibald took his goalscoring exploits from Aberdeen to the English top flight and sees no reason why Sam Cosgrove cannot do the same.