Paul Hartley says it is a case of practise, practise, practise if Cove Rangers want to keep their unbeaten League Two start going.
Derek McInnes has revealed winger Scott Wright has suffered a cruciate ligament injury and could be set to miss the rest of the campaign.
An emotional Toni Shaw called her second World Para-swimming Championships medal “the biggest achievement” of her life.
Chairman Moorhouse – Cove’s first month in League Two has been ‘brilliant’ and dressing room ‘camaraderie’ is ‘plain to see’
Chairman Keith Moorhouse says Cove Rangers’ reception during their first month in League Two has been “absolutely brilliant”.
Clarke – ‘Very difficult’ to find positives after Scotland’s 4-0 loss to Belgium as he aims for third place in Euro 2020 qualifying group
Steve Clarke says a third-place finish has to be the aim after Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another miserable night.
Aberdeen’s Toni Shaw had a day to remember at the World Para-swimming Championships in London.
Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another horror night, with Steve Clarke’s team losing 4-0 to Belgium at Hampden.
Paul Hartley thinks Saturday’s narrow 1-0 loss at Connah’s Quay Nomads was a great advert for Cove Rangers.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley says his underdogs will play with no fear against Connah’s Quay Nomads this evening.
Daniel Park has described his exit from the Balmoral Stadium as “tough”, but has now set his sights on helping Formartine follow Cove from the Highland ranks to the Scottish League.
Cove Rangers captain Mitch Megginson is happy to have a break from League Two action tomorrow, but he still wants to see his side keep up their winning ways.
Scott Ross was on the bench for Aberdeen in Europe – but the Cove Rangers defender says a game outside Scotland will be a new experience for some of his team-mates.
Formartine United are into a second Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup final in three years after comfortably beating Aberdeen’s reserves at North Lodge Park.
Cove Rangers have put defender Darryn Kelly on the transfer list at his own request.
Sir Alex Ferguson will cut the ribbon at Cormack Park when Aberdeen's new community sports hub and training facilities open on October 31.
Victory against Aberdeen Colts in Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup semi would be perfect response for Formartine’s Smith
Formartine United defender Stuart Smith thinks reaching the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup final would be the perfect tonic after a disappointing weekend.
Young midfielder Seb Ross is modelling his game on Craig Bryson as he tries to break into the Pittodrie first-team reckoning.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says they showed a lot of character to hold on for all three points in Stranraer.
Paul Hartley hailed his “outstanding” table-toppers after Cove extended their unbeaten run in League Two to five against Queen’s Park.
Banks o’ Dee are into the first round of the Scottish Cup after dispatching Golspie Sutherland 2-0 in the second preliminary round.
Jim McInally says recent results in League One have shown Peterhead need to be “competitive in every game”.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart says games like tomorrow’s against Formartine United will decide his team’s season.
Cove Rangers boss Paul Hartley hopes the club can continue to build on their bumper attendances this term against Queen’s Park tomorrow.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie says his league leaders will be wary of a Turriff United backlash tomorrow.
Stevie May has signed a two-year deal at St Johnstone after the striker's Aberdeen contract was cancelled.
Ryan Hedges says he was impressed with Aberdonian Terry Taylor at Wales’ Algarve training camp in the summer.
Aberdeen winger Ryan Hedges has described the “learning curve” of training under icon Ryan Giggs.
Television presenter and military veteran JJ Chalmers can today be revealed as the host of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
There are no Aberdeen players in the Scotland squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Russia and Belgium.
Winger Ryan Hedges hopes his performances for Aberdeen can continue to earn him international recognition.