Ross County manager Jim McIntyre has challenged captain Richard Brittain to earn his place back in the side following Saturday's 2-1 defeat at home to Motherwell.
The draw for the second round of the Scottish Cup was made this afternoon, with the remaining Highland League sides handed a number of tricky ties.
Aberdeen suffered their 19th consecutive league defeat at Celtic Park but they made the champions work for the victory. Jason Denayer gave the Hoops an early lead after seven minutes before Kris Commons doubled the advantage 25 seconds after the break. David Goodwillie pulled one back for Aberdeen after 61 minutes but Ronny Deila’s side held on for the win.
Jim McIntyre is set to take charge of Ross County for the first time tomorrow as his team face Motherwell at Victoria Park.
Ross Draper scooped the SPFL player of the month award for August in a clean sweep for Caley Thistle - and the midfielder insists he is enjoying his football more than ever before.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor was not swayed by the stellar names who applied for the manager's job in Dingwall, insisting recruiting a Scottish manager to replace Derek Adams at Victoria Park was always his priority.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor reckons the Dons have nothing to fear when they head to Celtic Park this weekend.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor insists he won't be rushed into appointing a new manager.
New signing Darren Barr insists he is ready to make an impact with Ross County following a nightmare end to last season.
Caley Thistle attacker Billy Mckay believes his side has learned the art of patience after they maintained their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor has played down speculation Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson is set to become the club's new player-manager.
Aberdeen defender Russell Anderson has been ruled out for six weeks following knee surgery, but Ashton Taylor is confident he can fill the void left by the Dons captain.
Two stunning goals from Nicky Low and Niall McGinn gave Aberdeen a well-earned victory against Partick Thistle.
Managerless Ross County were easily brushed aside 4-0 by a confident Hamilton Accies side at New Douglas Park, with all three goals coming in the second-half.
Caley Thistle’s fine start to the season continues after they comfortably beat Kilmarnock 2-0 to remain top of the Scottish Premiership.
Dutch football legend Patrick Kluivert has applied to become manager of Ross County.
Derek Adams insists he is proud of his achievements in his two spells at Victoria Park.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has urged forward Rory McAllister to keep his mouth shut after losing the services of his key attacker today.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor will be forever grateful for the contribution of the Adams family.
Danny Lennon and Terry Butcher are the early frontrunners for the Ross County manager's job after the departure of Derek Adams.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is refusing to panic, despite seeing his side beaten twice and scoring only two goals in their opening three Scottish Premiership matches.
Former St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has confirmed he is interested in the vacant Ross County manager's job.
Russell Anderson described winning last season's League Cup as the highlight of his playing career and the Aberdeen captain is determined to help the Dons retain the trophy.
Liam Boyce has already made an impact as a substitute for Ross County but now the Northern Irish forward has set his sights on a starting place at Victoria Park.
Caley Thistle defender Josh Meekings will not entertain talk of a sustained challenge at the top of the Premiership.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine believes his team will respond to Saturday's Premiership setback at St Johnstone.
Ross County forward Jake Jervis fears the Staggies will be struggling for survival this season unless they can cut out the defensive mistakes.
Caley Thistle retained their place at the top of the league with a well-earned 1-0 win at home to Celtic this weekend. John Hughes’ men continued their excellent start to the season, in which they have yet to concede a goal, thanks to an own-goal by Eoghan O’Connell. Watch the highlights here:
Caley Thistle secured a well-earned 1-0 victory at home to Celtic today as the Inverness side maintained their unbeaten start to the season.
Ross County’s wait for a first point of the season continues after they went down to their fourth defeat in a row following a late winner for Dundee United at Tannadice.
A Steven MacLean goal ten minutes from time gave St Johnstone a 1-0 victory against Aberdeen at McDiarmid Park.
Caley Thistle retained their place at the top of the league with a well-earned 1-0 win at home to Celtic.