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Aberdeen right-back Shaleum Logan is set to see a specialist this week to further assess the ankle injury which ruled him out of the 2-2 draw with St Mirren.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed Lewis Ferguson has been rewarded with a two-year contract extension in recognition of a sensational debut season.
On-loan attacker Greg Stewart was one of the stand-out Premiership stars in the first half of the season and is determined to shine for the Dons in the second half.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today backed the call to banish artificial pitches from the top flight but insists clubs must be given financial assistance to achieve that target.
Aberdeen right-back Shaleum Logan is set to miss today’s Premiership clash against St Mirren with an ankle injury.
Aberdeen defender Dom Ball has called for the SPFL to ban artificial pitches from the Scottish Premiership.
Derek McInnes has held his pre-match press conference this morning ahead of tomorrow's game against St Mirren.
Aberdeen's youth coaching chief says the Dons youngsters showed they had the technical ability to compete with the best academy talent in Britain.
Every Premiership player has signed the Improving Pitches Petition to outlaw plastic pitches in the top flight except those at Hamilton, Kilmarnock and Livingston, the clubs who utilise artificial pitches.
Aberdeen’s Pittodrie was rated ninth pitch of the 12 pitches in the Scottish Premiership for the 2017-18 season.
Aberdeen's Scottish Cup quarter-final against either Rangers or Kilmarnock has been confirmed for Sunday March 3 at 1.30pm.
Aberdeen’s Dominic Ball can’t hide his adoration for team-mate Sam Cosgrove and his goalscoring prowess. This video of him singing – as St Mirren loanee keeper Danny Rogers watches on – was posted on Dons’ goalie Joe Lewis’ Twitter account: Sammy – D Ball pic.twitter.com/eZD5wlFCsi — Joe lewis (@joelew1987) February 14, 2019
Scottish top flight players have today launched a bid to get artificial pitches banned from the Premiership.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident a deal can be struck to secure midfielder Lewis Ferguson on an extended contract.
Mikey Devlin has backed fellow Dons defender Scott McKenna to come back stronger than ever after his Rangers red card.
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor has lost an appeal at a Hampden hearing against a two game ban for fouling Aberdeen's Lewis Ferguson in the recent clash at Pittodrie.
Defender Andy Considine warned the Dons have no fear of any team in the bid to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time since 1990.
Aberdeen FC’s first official women’s fixture finished with a heavy win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the SWFL Division One North.
On-loan Watford defender Tommie Hoban will be fit to face Premiership bottom side St Mirren at the weekend despite an injury scare in the Scottish Cup.
Striker Stevie May was replaced at half-time in the Scottish Cup tie but Derek McInnes insists it was not a slight on his performance.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident ending more than three months of injury frustration will deliver a psychological boost to defender Mikey Devlin.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted goal machine Sam Cosgrove has filled the void left by Adam Rooney.
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty has slated reports photographs were displayed inside the corridors of Pittodrie to wind up Rangers.
Mikey Devlin missed out on the League Cup final and an international debut due to injury and says his misfortune only motivates him to reach those heights again.
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been banned for three matches after an appeal on his red card against Aberdeen failed.
Rangers keeper Allan McGregor is facing a retrospective ban following a challenge on Dons midfielder Lewis Ferguson.
Gary Mackay-Steven says he still has a lot to achieve at Aberdeen, after speculation about him leaving the club last month.
Nicky Low says he will always have fond memories of his time at Aberdeen and his League Cup winners’ medal provides a permanent memento.
Nicky Low is relishing returning to Pittodrie just two years after he was considering quitting football.
Aberdeen did not put up pictures of their League Cup semi-final win over Rangers prior to Wednesday's meeting of the teams.