Skipper Graeme Shinnie is gutted to miss tomorrow’s clash with Celtic but has still played a key role in preparation for the showdown.
Dons legend Brian Irvine believes tomorrow is a good time for Aberdeen to meet Celtic.
Despite nine straight defeats to Celtic boss Derek McInnes is convinced his Dons side have the self belief that they can defeat the defending champions.
Darren Traynor raring to go in grudge match as he sets out to claim Scottish title in clash with old rival
Aberdeen's Darren Traynor today vowed to make his extra power and weight count in a bad blood Scottish title clash against rival Eddie Doyle.
Sonic adventurers Django Django admit their live shows are radically different to their recorded output.
Boxing: ‘I can’t wait to get in the ring and do some damage … I am ready’ says Stuart as latest pro challenge arrives
Aberdeen-based super-bantamweight Billy Stuart is confident of extending his winning pro record after an intensive training camp in Tenerife.
Aberdeen made such an impression on Stereophonics they still vividly remember their Granite City debut – 21 years ago.
Pittodrie legend Frank McDougall today claimed Aberdeen must face Celtic with the belief they can beat the league leaders.
Dons boss Derek McInnes accepts Graeme Shinnie’s style will land him suspensions – but wouldn’t change a thing about his skipper.
Boxing: Scottish title holder Laskowski setting target on return to Poland to win their belt for glory double
Aberdeen-based Polish lightweight Marek Laskowski is determined to complete a unique national title double.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to rediscover their hunger for the toughest game of the season – facing Celtic.
Midfielder Kenny McLean accepts Aberdeen now face their toughest battle for second spot.
Defender Andy Considine reckons the Dons need to break their dismal run against Celtic to pay back their fans and deliver a message to Scottish football.
Aberdeenshire Shield final: Forbes says Banks o’ Dee victory over Cove would send out serious statement
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes insists shocking Highland League leaders Cove Rangers would send out a massive statement of intent.
Boss Derek McInnes today claimed the Dons are up for the fight to secure second spot despite being “murdered” in a 2-0 loss to rivals Hibs.
ABERDEEN'S four game winning streak ended in Edinburgh with a 2-0 defeat to dominant Hibs.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn admits undergoing minor surgery last December was the catalyst for his quick-fire return to form on his Pittodrie return.
Boss Derek McInnes today put the Dons on red alert about the attacking prowess of Hibs at Easter Road.
After almost two years of constant touring, Irish chart-stars The Script were nearing burn-out.
New Scotland manager Alex McLeish was today hailed as a “true Scotland legend and natural leader” by SFA president Alan McRae.
Fraserburgh assistant boss James Duthie reckons the Broch will have to be at their best when Buckie visit Bellslea tomorrow.
Prolific scorer Adam Rooney was today hailed as the No9 every manager in the country would want to lead their attack.
Winger Gary Mackay-Steven has been terrorising defenders recently but today warned his best is yet to come.
The voice of a generation, former The Smiths frontman Morrissey headlines the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre tomorrow.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident the Dons will deal with the loss of Graeme Shinnie.
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to go into their Scottish Cup quarter-final on a high by flying in the Premiership race.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed Stevie May is on course to make his comeback against Hibs at Easter Road on Saturday.
Adam Rooney’s summer was ruined because he was haunted by bitter disappointment at the way last season finished.
Aberdeen have a great chance of going one better than last year by lifting the Scottish Cup this season.
Aberdeen manager McInnes has his sights set on return to Hampden after dumping Dundee United out of Scottish Cup
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to get back to Hampden and take a step closer to lifting the Scottish Cup for the first time since 1990.