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Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn is expected to undergo surgery on an ankle injury and could be sidelined for up to three months.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is disappointed the SFA did not give Pittodrie legend Alex McLeish the opportunity to see out Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today admitted he faces his busiest summer transfer window yet to rebuild his team.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was today served with a Notice of Complaint by the SFA for his sending off after reacting to sectarian abuse in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen boss McInnes and staff have spoken to ‘each and every’ player in wake of Scottish Cup semi loss
Derek McInnes and his staff have talked through their Hampden agony with “each and every one” of the Aberdeen players this week.
Aberdeen's rising stars of the future have defeated Spanish giants Atletico Madrid 3-1 in a tournament in Portugal.
Manager Derek McInnes admits Aberdeen were too tame in the Scottish Cup semi-final and lacking in bravery on the ball.
Aberdeen boss McInnes demands out-of-contract stars help Dons into Europa League spot before leaving
Dons boss Derek McInnes has urged those players set to exit Pittodrie in the summer to leave their team-mates with European football next season.
Derby County are reportedly closing in on signing Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie and could announce a deal this week.
Mikey Devlin insists Aberdeen can’t allow their Scottish Cup pain to linger as they chase a European spot.
The meteoric rise of Aberdeen teenager Lewis Ferguson suffered a first stutter with a deserved red card for a reckless challenge on Tom Rogic.
EXCLUSIVE: Police probe into sectarian chanting aimed at Aberdeen’s McInnes during Scottish Cup semi
Police Scotland have launched an investigation into sectarian abuse aimed at Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
‘First emotion that comes to mind is frustration then annoyance’ says Aberdeen’s Cosgrove after Hampden humiliation
Sam Cosgrove was frustrated the Dons couldn’t show what they were capable of against Celtic after ending the Scottish Cup semi-final with nine men.
One of our photographers was out and about at Hampden ahead of kick-off in the Scottish Cup semi-final between Aberdeen and Celtic. Here are some of the images they captured of excited Dons fans. Pictures by Kenny Elrick
Boss Derek McInnes has issued a rallying call to the Reds to fulfil his dream of Scottish Cup glory.
Derek McInnes is delighted with the character and perseverance shown by Sam Cosgrove to become Aberdeen’s main man.
Having suffered painful cup upsets against lower league opposition Andy Considine savours getting the chance to play for Aberdeen at Hampden.
Aberdeen full-back Max Lowe says losing the Betfred Cup final was “easily” the deepest low of his career – and he wants to make up for it in the Scottish Cup.
After a Hampden horror show 12 months ago, some thought it may be the end of Dom Ball’s Aberdeen career.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has backed his players to prove the doubters wrong against Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
Former Don Paul Hartley says talk over captain Graeme Shinnie’s future won’t have any bearing on the Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Black: Aberdeen have got young talent pool like Ferguson’s side going into Scottish Cup semi with Celtic
Gothenburg Great Eric Black says you can “definitely” draw parallels between Aberdeen’s golden generation and the current crop of Dons youngsters.
It's been a whirlwind 12 months for Lewis Ferguson and he wants to cap it off by reaching the Scottish Cup final.
Graeme Shinnie is in talks to sign for English Championship side Derby County, according to reports.
In recent years Derek McInnes has faced a constant battle to keep Aberdeen competitive – despite losing some of his best players.
Lewis Ferguson has called on the Dons to do something special and complete an Old Firm Scottish Cup double.
Hermiston full of praise for brilliant boss Turnbull’s mind games and Aberdeen’s 1970 Scottish Cup heroes
The psychological mind games used by managers can have a big effect on the success of their team.
Connor McLennan, Greg Stewart and Dean Campbell will all be available for Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic, according to Derek McInnes.
Former Don Willo Flood insists it’s only a matter of time before Derek McInnes leads Aberdeen to Scottish Cup glory.
With Graeme Shinnie out of Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final due to suspension Derek McInnes didn’t have to look far for a replacement captain.