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Dons boss Derek McInnes today claimed Scott McKenna is currently the best centre-back in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen McGinn says ‘it can only be a good thing for us if people are talking about Gers’ in race for league’s second place
Winger Niall McGinn reckons it can only benefit Aberdeen that Rangers have received all the attention in the race to finish Premiership runners-up.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis today insisted he is fit for selection following the international break after recovering from knee surgery.
Aberdeen now hold their destiny in their own hands in the race for runners-up spot and must grab that opportunity.
BOSS Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to “attack” the rest of the season to win the fight for runners-up spot and the Scottish Cup.
Willie Miller: If that was not a defining week then I don’t know what is as Dons in semi and chasing second
Aberdeen faced a real test of character in a defining week for their aspirations of success and emerged with flying colours.
Aberdeen slashed the gap on second placed Rangers to two points with a 1-0 win over Dundee at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen’s Logan: This season hasn’t been as good for me as previous ones – but I’ll try to get back to my flippin’ best
Shay Logan admits he hasn’t been at his best this season – but the Aberdeen defender insists he will rediscover his great form of previous campaigns.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis is set to make his comeback from long-term injury next week.
Pittodrie boss Derek McInnes today claimed he is into year one of rebuilding a new Dons squad who can deliver a fresh era of success.
Boss Derek McInnes today claimed the Red Army should not doubt the Dons.
Dons keeper Freddie Woodman has been called up for England Under-21s’ matches against Romania and Ukraine.
Aberdeen starlet Seb Ross has signed a new two-year contract which will keep him at Pittodrie until 2020.
Defender Andy Considine warned the Dons are greedy and aim to secure second spot in the league – and Scottish Cup glory.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today praised “ridiculously good” Kenny McLean for his role in the Scottish Cup win over Kilmarnock despite knowing he would miss the semi.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today hailed his penalty shoot-out heroes and challenged them to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time since 1990.
ANALYSIS: Woodman saved U20s World Cup final pen … but Scottish Cup shoot-out with Killie shows he can do it in the big games, too!
Aberdeen's bid to win the Scottish Cup for the first time since 1990 continued due to true grit and the heroics of keeper Freddie Woodman.
ABERDEEN reached the Scottish Cup semi-final with a 3-2 penalty shoot-out defeat of in form Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
McKenna says Scots call-up ‘massive’ for his career but focus is now on cup cracker down at Rugby Park
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna today insisted securing a debut senior Scottish call-up is “massive” for his rising career.
‘With the calibre of player we have, the confidence is always there’ claims Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie
Aberdeen's confidence has not been dented by a four-game winless run ahead of a season-defining Scottish Cup replay, according to influential skipper Graeme Shinnie.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today insisted he understands why fans are frustrated at the lack of recent wins.
Dons defender Anthony O’Connor is determined to go one step further in the Scottish Cup after suffering Hampden heartache last season.
Aberdeen players McKenna, McLean and Christie named in Alex McLeish’s first Scotland squad for friendlies
Aberdeen players Scott McKenna, Kenny McLean and Ryan Christie have been named in Alex McLeish's first Scotland squad.
Boss Derek McInnes today reassured the Red Army that Aberdeen will rediscover their form to finish the season strongly.
ANALYSIS: Lack of cutting edge hampers Aberdeen as season-defining Scottish Cup tie with Kilmarnock looms
Aberdeen's fight for second spot is faltering and they cannot let their Scottish Cup bid go the same way.
ABERDEEN’S winless run extended to four games as they were held to a 0-0 stalemate at relegation battling Partick Thistle.
McKenna: After struggling with Ayr I don’t think I could have ever dreamt about the position I am in now
What a difference a year makes. This time in 2017 Scott McKenna couldn’t get a game on loan for relegation-doomed Ayr and was worried about his future at Pittodrie.
Dons manager Derek McInnes today insisted he did not brand Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones a diver.
Aberdeen's Anthony O’Connor admits it is likely he will decide his future at the end of the season.
Aberdeen striker Stevie May is confident his return from injury is permanent after a previous comeback stalled.