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Aberdeen drew 1-1 with Rangers as the fight for second in the Premiership was extended to the last day of the season.
Aberdeen lead Rangers 1-0 at half-time at Pittodrie tonight via a Kenny McLean penalty.
ABERDEEN retained second spot in the Premiership despite being held 0-0 by rivals Hibs at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen jumped to second in the Premiership with a dominant 2-0 win over Hearts at Pittodrie.
There was no fairytale finish to Aberdeen Under-20s’ great run in the Scottish Youth Cup.
Aberdeen Under-20s were beaten 3-1 by Hibs at Hampden in the final of the Scottish Youth Cup.
Aberdeen sent out a message that they are ready to fight to retain their status as Scotland’s second force by dumping in-form Kilmarnock.
ABERDEEN moved three points clear in second spot with a 2-0 win over in form Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Analysis: As Motherwell hoisted balls up, the Dons’ dream crashed down and they took route one out of cup
There will be no cup glory for Aberdeen this season – only the bid to finish second, which no one will remember in years to come.
The Dons bowed out of the Scottish Cup in dismal fashion as they were beaten by Motherwell at Hampden in the semi final.
A first-half Hearts onslaught saw Aberdeen lose 2-0 – and hand second place back to Rangers going into the Premiership split.
The Dons moved three points clear in second place with a fine 2-0 win against Motherwell.
ANALYSIS: Attacking display gives Dons the edge as St Johnstone are put to the sword with well-taken goals
Aberdeen may have turned the race for second place in their favour by capitalising on Rangers’ latest slip-up.
Aberdeen took advantage of a Rangers slip-up to go level on points with the Ibrox side in the Premiership.
Aberdeen slashed the gap on second placed Rangers to two points with a 1-0 win over Dundee at Pittodrie.
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.
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.
The Dons face a Scottish Cup quarter-final replay after being held 1-1 by Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.
Analysis: Hoops hoodoo continues as Reds fail to land a blow on the league leaders – with time running out
Aberdeen's nightmare run against Celtic continues with a 10th successive defeat that killed any slim hopes of a title push.
ABERDEEN suffered a 10th straight defeat to Celtic as they lost 2-0 at Pittodrie to fall 12 points behind the league leaders.
ABERDEEN'S four game winning streak ended in Edinburgh with a 2-0 defeat to dominant Hibs.
Aberdeen moved into the Scottish Cup quarter-finals with 4-2 defeat of Championship Dundee United at Pittodrie.
ABERDEEN overcame Hamilton 3-0 at Pittodrie to take full advantage of both Celtic and Rangers losing.
Analysis: Opportunities to leapfrog Rangers into second don’t come much more enticing and Aberdeen knew it
Two signings, three points, Scott McKenna still at the club and back up to second spot – it was a successful transfer deadline day for the Dons.
ABERDEEN jumped back to second spot in the Premiership table after overcoming bottom side Ross County 4-2 in Dingwall.
Aberdeen fought back from a goal down at half-time to beat Kilmarnock 3-1 with the Red Army treated to two sensational goals at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen slumped to a third straight defeat to Rangers as they were leapfrogged in second place by the Ibrox club on goal-difference.
ABERDEEN stormed into the Scottish Cup fifth round with a 4-1 defeat of Championship leaders St Mirren at Pittodrie.