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A second hearing for Aberdeen FC’s new stadium at Kingsford is set to be held in January.
Aberdeen’s McInnes: Louis Moult has shown his ability against all teams in division … we have to be mindful of threat
Pittodrie boss Derek McInnes has put his defence on red alert on the dangers of half-a-million pound danger man Louis Moult.
Aberdeen FC and The Open have announced a partnership ahead of the 147th staging of golf’s oldest championship.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes today confirmed he would be keen to take winger Niall McGinn back to Pittodrie.
Manager Derek McInnes today backed the Dons’ misfiring strikers to hit the goal trail.
Dons Under-20 starlet Miko Virtanen is hoping to become the next Finnish hero of the Red Army.
Pittodrie's Iceman Kari Arnason is confident the Dons can keep the heat on Celtic’s “Invincibles” in the Premiership.
Aberdeen aim to come out of the international break having pushed forward contract talks with Anthony O’Connor.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie admits one of the Dons’ fundamental philosophies is now regarded as a cliché – but only because it is one that continues to be effective.
Ryan Fraser reckons Aberdeen will keep getting better if Derek McInnes stays on as manager.
If Aberdeen are doing well you want more of the players to get Scotland call-ups says skipper Shinnie
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie today challenged his Pittodrie team-mates to join him and force their way into the Scotland set-up.
Willem van der Ark believes it would be a step down for Derek McInnes to take the Rangers job.
EXCLUSIVE: McLeish has done Scots job before and would give young players a chance, says Van der Ark
Dons legend Willem van der Ark has backed former team-mate Alex McLeish to be the next Scotland manager.
Aberdeen gaffer Derek McInnes will give his squad a breather during the international break – to prepare for a punishing December.
Icelandic cap Kari Arnason has jetted to the Persian Gulf on international duty for 10 days and hopes boss Derek McInnes is still at Pittodrie when he returns.
Dons boss Derek McInnes insists the speculation on his future had no effect on his players as they drew at struggling Hamilton.
Aberdeen lost ground on Premiership leaders Celtic as they were held 2-2 away to Hamilton Academical in a dramatic clash.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie accepts he and his team-mates have no control over whether boss Derek McInnes stays or goes if Rangers come calling.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today insisted he has no problems with playing on Hamilton’s controversial artificial pitch.
McInnes: It is always just about the next game. We’re used to speculation over the last wee while … a few times for me now
No approach from Rangers yet ... and no discussion or concern within the squad about the Ibrox club’s interest ...
Boss Derek McInnes has challenged the Dons to go on another winning streak to keep the heat on defending champions Celtic.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper believes Derek McInnes can lead Aberdeen to trophy glory and a title challenge – which is why he is desperate to see the 46-year-old remain at Pittodrie.
This calendar year statistically is right up there with some of the best in the history of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen are ready to fight to keep Derek McInnes if Premiership rivals Rangers come calling for the manager.
Dons boss Derek McInnes says they are only focusing on themselves and not Celtic.
Scott Wright recently penned a contract extension until 2021 to work with manager Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen players Graeme Shinnie, Kenny McLean and Ryan Christie have been named in the Scotland squad for the friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie.
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes the speculation surrounding his future won’t affect his players after they beat Ross County 2-1.
Aberdeen’s Ryan Christie, Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean could be named in interim boss Malky Mackay’s Scotland squad today.
A second half penalty from Kenny McLean earned Aberdeen a 2-1 win against Ross County at Pittodrie.