Elgin City defender Matthew Cooper will rekindle fond memories when the Black and Whites make the trip to Easter Road for Saturday’s glamour Scottish Cup fourth round tie against Hibernian.
Gary Mackay-Steven has asked for more time to consider a potential move to New York City.
Wigan have not made an approach for Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie, according to manager Derek McInnes.
Elgin City chairman Graham Tatters insists Scottish Cup tie at Hibernian is about more than making up the numbers
Elgin City chairman Graham Tatters says this Saturday’s Scottish Cup tie at Hibernian is a timely financial boost for the League 2 side but insists City aren’t going to Leith just to make up the numbers.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says the club will do everything they can financially to keep Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is demanding a strong reaction from the Staggies following their 4-0 loss to Queen of the South on Saturday.
Connor McLennan hailed Gary Mackay-Steven as a big influence on him and hopes Aberdeen can hold on to the flying winger.
Derek McInnes is adamant it was the right decision to let Lawrence Shankland leave Aberdeen.
Blackpool is famous for its Pleasure Beach, but Joe Lewis did not imagine he would be playing on one.
Dons In Dubai diary: Sam Cosgrove’s form bodes well as Aberdeen charge headlong into second half of the season
The crowning moment of the trip to Dubai came last night in the form of the Dons’ friendly with Dibba Al-Hisn.
Greg Stewart could be a target for Aberdeen as manager Derek McInnes looks to add to his striking options in the January transfer window.
Sam Cosgrove continued his impressive recent form with both goals in Aberdeen's 2-0 win over Dibba Al-Hisn.
Ross County suffered their heaviest defeat of the season as they went down 4-0 against Queen of the South at Palmerston.
From non-league battles to Dubai with the Dons, being a student of the game has paid off for Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove
Staying grounded has helped Sam Cosgrove’s Aberdeen career take flight.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson believes the Staggies must thwart Queen of the South's attacking threat if they are to make their first breakthrough against the Doonhamers this season.
Forgive the awful pun, but yesterday was a fan-tastic day.
Elgin City manager Gavin Price insists today's game against Cowdenbeath is a prime opportunity to leave the Blue Brazil trailing in the chase for a League 2 promotion play-off place.
Caley Thistle defender Kevin McHattie is determined to make up for lost time after being handed a return to Scottish football by Inverness manager John Robertson.
Dutch defender Kenny van der Weg says returning to Ross County on an 18-month contract feels like the perfect homecoming.
Elgin City defender Matthew Cooper insists the Black and Whites remain firmly on course for their target of a League 2 promotion play-off place this season.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes reckons it is too soon to predict a Premiership title race.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove keen to prove he is a big-game player after bagging player of the month award
Sam Cosgrove hopes to keep proving he can be Aberdeen’s big-game player on the back of winning December’s player of the month award.
Whether he intended to be or not, Graeme Shinnie has become the heartbeat of the Aberdeen team.
Talk of Gary Mackay-Steven’s potential departure to New York City dominated talk at Aberdeen’s training base yesterday.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says the Staggies' recent injury problems have forced them to dip into the transfer market earlier than expected.
Caley Thistle's Liam Polworth is believed to be a target for Premiership club St Johnstone, with Inverness manager John Robertson confirming he has received an approach from an unspecified club to speak to the midfielder.
Derek McInnes insists staying with Aberdeen remains an option for Gary Mackay-Steven despite interest from New York City.
Aberdeen have the sun on their backs this week after a run of form that has lit up their season.
Ross County have moved two players on with Tony Dingwall released from his contract and Davis Keillor-Dunn joining Championship rivals Falkirk on loan.
Derek McInnes and Sam Cosgrove have won the Premiership's manager and player of the month awards for December.
Ross County midfielder Ross Draper says the depleted Staggies squad must be prepared to show its versatility in the coming weeks.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson insists points must take priority over performances in Inverness’ efforts to return to winning ways in the Championship.