Peterhead manager Jim McInally reckoned they could have reached double figures against Berwick Rangers.
Scotland women’s captain Rachel Corsie is thrilled with their World Cup draw and believes they can reach the knockout stages.
Daniel Park says Cove Rangers are determined to put right their first league loss of the season by reaching the Highland League Cup semi-final.
Dons legend Jim Bett says Aberdeen’s win at Ibrox proves they have the bottle to handle big games.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes urged his team to go on and win the Aberdeenshire Shield after reaching the final for the third year in a row.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson hailed his players for edging out Buckie Thistle to reach the Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Dons striker Sam Cosgrove insists they have to channel their Betfred Cup heartache into getting a win at Ibrox.
Graeme Shinnie says seeing Gary Mackay-Steven being knocked out was the worst injury he has seen on a football pitch.
Fraserburgh captain Ryan Christie believes their 1-0 win over Cove Rangers has opened up the Highland League title race.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie accused Celtic of lacking class after they beat the Dons in the League Cup final.
Aberdeen were desperately unlucky to lose 1-0 to Celtic in the Betfred Cup final at Hampden.
Former Don Ryan Fraser will be cheering on Aberdeen in the League Cup final and insists they are good enough to lift the trophy.
Ryan Christie admits if it wasn’t for Aberdeen it’s unlikely he would have a part to play for Celtic in the League Cup final.
Billy Stark played in an Aberdeen side that won at Hampden regularly.
Dons cult hero Willem van der Ark says results before a cup final don’t matter.
Peterhead's Jack Leitch says they can take confidence from the Scottish Cup defeat to Morton into the league campaign.
Injured Reynolds been there, done it and is helping Aberdeen team-mates prepare for Betfred Cup final
Mark Reynolds admits it will be hard to sit in the stand on Sunday when Aberdeen face Celtic in the Betfred Cup final.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally felt their 3-0 Scottish Cup loss to Morton was harsh on his team.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks hopes the club can capitalise on potential League Cup success.
Peterhead talisman Rory McAllister has warned Morton he is back to form and aiming to dump them out of the Scottish Cup.
Inverurie Locos manager Neil Cooper was happy with his team despite drawing 0-0 with Buckie Thistle.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie was left to rue fine margins as Auchinleck Talbot put them out of the Scottish Cup.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson was proud of his team in their 4-1 Scottish Cup loss to Queen of the South.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally felt his side could have won their Scottish Cup tie with Morton after a controversial equaliser.
Scott Brown felt Peterhead proved a point in their 1-1 Scottish Cup draw with Morton.
Aberdeen want ‘to be part of’ women’s sports, commercial director Wicks says after ladies side talks
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks says the Dons want to be involved in the “very bright future” of women’s sports.
Injured Dons defender Mark Reynolds says he wants to stay at Pittodrie beyond the summer.
Jamie Stevenson won a league title with Morton – but he’s hoping to dump them out of the Scottish Cup with Peterhead.
Fraser wasn’t sure if McKenna was any good – but now north-east’s Bournemouth star thinks Aberdeen stopper can make it in Premier League
Former Don Ryan Fraser insists Scott McKenna could cut it in the English Premier League.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper is hopeful more players will commit their long-term future to the club.