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.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn hopes the short trip to Dublin can reinvigorate Northern Ireland as he swaps club football for international duty.
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.
Joe Lewis does not care if Aberdeen’s football is not always pretty, so long as they are picking up wins.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes rates his Hibernian counterpart Neil Lennon as a valuable part of Scottish football.
Aberdeen Football Club bosses have confirmed they are setting aside an extra million pounds to complete their training facilities at the new Kingsford Stadium.
Mikey Devlin’s call-up to the Scotland national team is down to his own hard work.
Gary Mackay-Steven, Graeme Shinnie, Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin have all been named in the Scotland squad.
Derek McInnes hopes for good representation in the Scotland squad today but has warned against expecting too much of teenager Lewis Ferguson.
Bruce Anderson and Lewis Ferguson netted in the final 20 minutes to give Aberdeen a comeback win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna still in shock at big-money bids from Aston Villa, Hull City and Celtic
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna still can’t believe a club was willing to pay £6.5million for his services.
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.
James Wilson and Mikey Devlin both netted spectacular long-range goals as Aberdeen cruised to a 3-0 win over Hamilton Accies.
A Dons supporter has relived the frightening moment he was struck and wounded by an explosive device while celebrating the goal that sent his side to the League Cup final.
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.
It would be the classic tale of local boy done good.
A substantive hearing to decide the future of Aberdeen FC’s new £50million stadium will be held early next year.
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.
‘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.
Andy Considine admits the onus is on him to determine whether his future lies at Pittodrie.
Ben Thornley backs Manchester United loanee to follow in his footsteps and make success of Aberdeen move
James Wilson is in the best place to progress his career, according to Ben Thornley.
Ben Thornley has many regrets from his football career.
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 will head into their Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers as a bottom-half side after a disappointing 2-1 slide against Hearts.
Aberdeen remain in the bottom half of the Scottish Premiership after a 2-1 defeat at Hearts.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes feels this season has proved the most difficult to get a consistent run of victories.
The upper echelons of the league have become a familiar environment for Aberdeen in recent seasons and Andy Considine sees no reason why this season should be any different.
Derek McInnes has urged his Aberdeen players to go into next week’s Betfred Cup semi-final on the back of a win.
Aberdeen were yesterday forced to release an “embarrassing” statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend after admitting tickets sales for the game had “fallen short of demand”.
Aberdeen Football Club have released a statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend as tickets sales for the game have “fallen short of demand”.