Aymeric Laporte hailed the influence of Vincent Kompany after Manchester City’s inspirational captain struck a stunning winner in Monday’s critical clash with Leicester.
Jamie Vardy’s two goals in Leicester’s 4-1 win at Huddersfield earned him the plaudits but boss Brendan Rodgers was equally impressed with two more of his players.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers believes Jamie Vardy’s hunger to keep improving marks him out as one of the Premier League’s best strikers.
Wes Morgan thinks Brendan Rodgers can make Leicester “a force to be reckoned with”.
James Maddison entered his first senior England camp with a fearless attitude honed during a four-month loan spell in Scotland two years ago.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons the success achieved by James Maddison since his loan spell with the Dons will encourage more players to make the move to Pittodrie in the future.
Aberdeen defender Max Lowe hails James Maddison after Leicester midfielder nets maiden England call-up
Max Lowe reckons former Aberdeen loanee James Maddison deserves his senior England call-up after his impressive start to life in the English Premier League.
Former Aberdeen loanee James Maddison has been rewarded for his early-season form for Leicester City with his first England senior call-up.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes backs Kenny McLean to emulate James Maddison and be a hit at Norwich City
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has backed Kenny McLean to follow in James Maddison’s footsteps and become a success at Norwich City.
The clock is ticking as Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes waits for the transfer window to close.
Aberdeen's hopes of bringing James Maddison back to Pittodrie on loan from Norwich City have been dashed after the midfielder told manager Alex Neil he wants to stay at Norwich and fight for a first team place.
The January sales are here but if you are an Aberdeen supporter, or more importantly Dons manager Derek McInnes, keeping players is more likely to be top of the agenda this month.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor believes team-mate James Maddison is in danger of being unjustly labelled a diver in Scottish football.
Aberdeen are set to receive an early Christmas present with Norwich City preparing to give on-loan midfielder James Maddison the green light to remain at Pittodrie for the rest of the season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has warned his defence to beware the twin threat of Motherwell's forwards tonight as the Dons bid to close the gap on Rangers in the race for second place in the Premiership.
Aberdeen attacker Adam Rooney has called on referees to protect loan midfielder James Maddison.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists James Maddison can be the club's hero and help bring the League Cup back to the Granite City tomorrow.
Aberdeen have won their appeal against the yellow card James Maddison received for simulation during Saturday’s 3-1 victory against Inverness Caley Thistle.
Aberdeen have appealed the yellow card James Maddison received for simulation during Saturday’s 3-1 victory against Inverness Caley Thistle.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis believes James Maddison has all the attributes necessary to become a key player for his beloved Norwich City - but hopes the Canaries allow the talented 19-year-old to remain at Pittodrie until the end of the season.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine reckons the Dons are lucky to have Norwich City midfielder James Maddison at the club and hopes his loan deal can be extended until the end of the season.
Niall McGinn is used to being regarded as Aberdeen’s set-piece specialist – but there was no one happier than the Northern Ireland international when James Maddison curled home a last-minute winner against Rangers last Sunday.
Norwich City manager Alex Neil is delighted midfielder James Maddison is flourishing on loan at the Dons.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper believes Aberdeen's memorable week has laid the foundations for a successful season.
Aberdeen midfielder James Maddison believes the Dons proved they can challenge Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title with the dramatic 2-1 win against rivals Rangers.
Aberdeen midfielder James Maddison believes this Thursday's Betfred Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone is just as important as Sunday's meeting with Rangers.
Aberdeen's new signing James Maddison wants to prove to Norwich City manager Alex Neil that he is ready for the Canaries first team by starring for the Dons.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty believes competition for places in the side has never been tougher.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has praised new signing James Maddison's commitment to the club before he has even kicked a ball.