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 manager Derek McInnes does not feel enough progress has been made on tackling sectarianism in Scottish football.
With his rapid ascension to cult hero status at Pittodrie, it would be easier for Sam Cosgrove to get his head lost in the clouds.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons Sam Cosgrove’s goalscoring form will have clubs in England casting their eye over the Dons striker.
Sam Cosgrove bailed out a below-par Aberdeen as they drew 2-2 with St Mirren, in a game overshadowed by a serious injury to Tommie Hoban.
Dominic Ball is adamant Sam Cosgrove is a smash hit with his goalscoring exploits at Aberdeen.
Greg Tansey will be out to prove a point on his return to Pittodrie on Saturday, according to former Aberdeen and St Mirren defender Lee Mair.
Hibernian highlighted Paul Heckingbottom’s commitment to attacking football as they appointed the former Leeds and Barnsley manager as their new head coach.
Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor will serve a two-game ban after losing his appeal against the suspension given by the Scottish Football Association.
Aberdeen assistant boss Tony Docherty labelled Rangers’ claims pictures close to their dressing room were changed as “absolute nonsense” and their celebrations were excessive.
Rangers defender Connor Goldson has told Aberdeen they should have expected celebrations from the away dressing room after plastering photographs of their recent Hampden win along the Pittodrie corridors.
Sam Cosgrove intends on hunting down the Premiership’s golden boot to cap off his breakthrough season at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes felt Scott McKenna was naïve in getting dismissed for his tangle with Alfredo Morelos.
Aberdeen were beaten 4-2 by Rangers at Pittodrie in a dramatic contest which saw both Alfredo Morelos and Scott McKenna dismissed.
Derek McInnes has appealed for calm in the growing hysteria around referees.
Graeme Shinnie is urging referees to stand strong as scrutiny intensifies on them ahead of Aberdeen’s clash with Rangers.
Tomorrow's crunch between Aberdeen and Rangers could go a long way to deciding who wins this year's Scottish Premiership.
Brian Rice scouted George Oakley for St Mirren 48 hours before signing him for Hamilton.
Celtic moved six points clear at the top of Ladbrokes Premiership on Sunday with a 2-0 win over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park thanks to late goals by James Forrest and substitute Timothy Weah.
Aberdeen emerged with a 2-1 victory over Hibernian at Easter Road but will be counting the cost of injuries to Sam Cosgrove and Joe Lewis.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed Tom Rogic is out for six weeks with a knee injury.
Former Aberdeen favourite Robbie Winters has backed his former team-mate Stevie May to come good at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen winger Scott Wright hopes to return to Pittodrie a better player after joining Dundee on loan until the end of the season.
The Ballon D’Or may not be in his grasp just yet but Sam Cosgrove has relished in the spotlight of being Aberdeen’s leading man.
Former Caley Thistle assistant manager Brian Rice believes he is the man to keep Hamilton Accies in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis insists he does not fear a Celtic procession towards an eighth league title in a row.
Asking Aberdeen and Kilmarnock players about a title race is the verbal equivalent of a straight delivery to Geoffrey Boycott.
Greg Stewart has come back to Aberdeen a better player after banging in the goals for Kilmarnock.
Chris Sutton has heaped praise on Sam Cosgrove after his ever-improving goalscoring return.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed his side’s killer instinct following the Dons’ 3-0 win at Hamilton Accies last night.
Steven Gerrard insists switching to a midfield diamond is not the reason for Rangers’ failure to sparkle at Rugby Park.
Gary Mackay-Steven needs more than a New York minute to consider his future.