Graeme Shinnie believes he has been on the receiving end of some rough justice from referees as he prepares to sit out big games against Hibernian and Celtic.
Graeme Shinnie insists Aberdeen will pay no attention to Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo’s comments ahead of their Scottish Cup fifth round tie.
Graeme Shinnie has backed John Hughes’ bid to become the next Scotland manager.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes his captain Graeme Shinnie is being unfairly treated by referees.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has called on his side to find a ruthless streak after Wednesday’s 2-0 defeat by Rangers.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie says the Dons players know they are not heading out to Dubai for a jolly.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has urged his side to make amends for its most recent display against Celtic by piling more misery on the Hoops at Parkhead on Saturday.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie insists he will not let the six-week saga of Rangers’ pursuit of Derek McInnes derail his team’s season.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie insists he and his team-mates must show Rangers the real Aberdeen on Sunday as the Dons try to bounce back from their Ibrox mauling on Wednesday.
Graeme Shinnie insists the speculation linking Derek McInnes to the Rangers vacancy was not to blame for the Dons' dismal Ibrox display.
An Aberdeen man has been named the new Scotland football manager - but will be substituting the dug-out for a desktop.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged Dons captain Graeme Shinnie to make the most of this week’s involvement with the Scotland squad.
Aberdeen lost all six meetings with Celtic last season but Dons captain Graeme Shinnie believes his side are capable of ending the Hoops’ 60-game unbeaten domestic run tonight.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie believes the range of match-winning talent available to manager Derek McInnes could be key in holding on to the tag of best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership.
Graeme Shinnie is dreaming of bringing the grand European nights back to Pittodrie as the Dons aim to handle the heat and dust of Cyprus on Thursday night to take another giant step towards the Europa League group phase.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie believes reaching the lucrative group stages of the Europa League must be the target this season
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie insists the Dons have not reached the peak of their powers.
Aberdeen midfielder Graeme Shinnie has labelled his side's trip to Hearts on Sunday as the most important game of the season.
Aberdeen midfielder Graeme Shinnie believes the Dons proved they can handle the big occasions by defeating Hibernian in a dramatic Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen vice-captain Graeme Shinnie will treat his brother Andrew like any other opponent in Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen vice-captain Graeme Shinnie is delighted Greg Tansey is making the move to Pittodrie next season - even though it means he has to find a new lodger.
Graeme and Andrew Shinnie have come a long way since kicking the ball about in the garden as young boys.
Dons midfielder Graeme Shinnie is ready for the challenge of facing big brother Andrew in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen advanced to the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup with a 1-0 victory against Partick Thistle.
Aberdeen vice-captain Graeme Shinnie says the Dons are desperate to bounce back from Tuesday's surprise defeat by Hamilton by making it through to the final four of the Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen vice-captain Graeme Shinnie's burning ambition is to bring silverware to Pittodrie after extending his contract this week.
Dons star Graeme Shinnie has signed a new deal keeping him at the club until the summer of 2019.
Aberdeen defender Graeme Shinnie has signed a one-year contract extension with the club.
Jonny Hayes and Graeme Shinnie scored the goals as Aberdeen completed their mid-season tour of Dubai with a comfortable 2-1 win against Uzbekistan side Bunyodkor.
Doing all right. Can do better, will do better.
Aberdeen provided some much-needed festive cheer by closing the gap on Rangers to four points with a well-earned 3-1 victory against Motherwell.
Forget Messi, Suarez and Neymar – Aberdeen vice-captain Graeme Shinnie reckons Celtic have got a job on their hands keeping Hayes, McGinn and Rooney at bay.