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Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn is set to return from injury for Friday’s Premiership clash with Hearts at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen’s Logan: To finish second ahead of teams like Rangers and Hibs will send out strong statement
Rangers spent in excess of £8 million on their Premiership bid in the summer ...
Simpson urges young Dons to write names into history as they face Scottish Youth Cup final against Hibs
Gothenburg Great Neil Simpson today urged Aberdeen’s Under-20s to write their name in the club’s history books by lifting the Scottish Youth Cup at Hampden.
Derek McInnes today praised the Dons for strengthening their bid to finish Premiership runners-up after a week of soul-searching.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today warned he will not tolerate any self pity within the Dons during the fight to secure a runners-up finish in the Premiership.
Adam Rooney reckons he and Stevie May can fire Aberdeen into Europe for a fifth year in a row.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today confirmed defender Anthony O’Connor has apologised for hitting out at Aberdeen fans on social media.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes faces a sweat over the fitness of wingers Niall McGinn and Gary Mackay-Steven for the Premiership clash at in form Kilmarnock.
Boss Derek McInnes today insisted Aberdeen must sign players of the calibre of Scotland international Scott McKenna in order to progress.
Scott McKenna says claiming second spot won’t make up for Dons cup exit but strong finish can ease pain
Scott McKenna says Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Motherwell “will never be put right”.
Aberdeen Under-20s boss Paul Sheerin insists the Scottish Youth Cup final against Hibs will be totally different to Tuesday’s league encounter.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today reassured the Red Army there will be NO hangover from their Scottish Cup exit.
We need to put cup pain behind us and pick ourselves up for the last five games, says Dons keeper Joe Lewis
Joe Lewis believes Aberdeen’s final five games this season will be a test of the mental strength within the Dons squad.
Dons manager Derek McInnes admits he faces a sweat over the fitness of wingers Niall McGinn and Gary Mackay-Steven for Saturday’s trip to Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen are down after a damaging Scottish Cup semi exit but boss Derek McInnes warned they are far from out.
“A club like Aberdeen should be able to cope without key players. “It (the semi) smacked me between the eyes that the strength of the squad was not good enough."
Aberdeen knew Motherwell’s two strikers were going to ram-rod them at Hampden but they failed to show their class defensively.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was left frustrated that referee Kevin Clancy and his fellow officials failed to spot a hand-ball in the build-up to Motherwell’s opening goal.
On-loan midfielder Greg Stewart today admitted Aberdeen let their supporters, their club, the city and their manager down by flopping at Hampden.
Willie Miller: Derek McInnes doesn’t know Dons best 11 … no positives to take from cup exit. Yes, there’s work to do
Aberdeen must get their recruitment of new players right in the summer to ensure they go into the new season with renewed enthusiasm.
Aberdeen v Motherwell: My Dons can handle heat says boss McInnes before Steelmen Scottish Cup challenge
Dons boss Derek McInnes has backed his players to handle the big-game pressure of today’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen v Motherwell: These are the sort of games I was talking about when I signed my extensions claims McKenna
When Scott McKenna committed his long-term future to Aberdeen it was to play in games like today’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason hopes to get rid of some painful memories in tomorrow’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Motherwell.
Dons boss McInnes: This is the first opportunity for this new squad to get to a final. I’m confident we’ll try to grab it
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes reaching the Scottish Cup final would be a great achievement for his new side.
Dons ace Gary Mackay-Steven reckons he is still to show his top form this season.
For a statement of intent in a Scottish Cup semi-final, it rarely gets more dramatic than a goal after just 12 seconds.
2014 and all that … McKenna, 21, was inspired by Dons’ League Cup win and now looks to be history boy
A young Scott McKenna was inspired by watching Aberdeen win a trophy in his first year full-time at Pittodrie – and now he is determined to do the same.
Dons boss Derek McInnes urged his players to embrace the occasion when they face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen's suspended right-back Shay Logan is “100%” confident whoever replaces him in the Reds defence will help the team to the Scottish Cup final.
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie has no doubts what a win in Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden could do for the Dons’ state of mind.