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Brilliant to have so many back says Aberdeen’s McInnes as Wilson returns for Premiership clash with Hearts
Derek McInnes is delighted to have James Wilson available for tomorrow’s clash with Hearts.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has urged the Red Army to muster as large a support as possible at Hampden for the League Cup semi-final with Rangers.
A lucky Peterhead schoolboy has been selected to lead the Dons out at Hampden.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has claimed teen Lewis Ferguson is so good he could shine in any position.
Boss Derek McInnes hopes the Scotland call-ups handed to Gary Mackay-Steven and Mikey Devlin will “whet their appetite” for future success with Aberdeen and the Dark Blues.
On-loan Derby County left-back Max Lowe admits he used to be starstruck by manager Frank Lampard.
Boss Derek McInnes challenged all his outfield players to pitch in with goals to fire the Dons up the Premiership table.
Aberdeen's Mikey Devlin and Gary Mackay-Steven have been called up to the Scotland squad for tomorrow's friendly against Portugal at Hampden.
Former Dons winger Ben Thornley today revealed he would have stayed at Pittodrie – had then-boss Ebbe Skovdahl made it clear he was leaving.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is delighted at the response of the Pittodrie young guns when called upon during the on-going injury crisis.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna admits captaining Scotland this summer was the highlight of his career – so far.
Aberdeen have been guaranteed 20,300 tickets for their Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers at Hampden.
Dons boss Derek McInnes accepted striker Sam Cosgrove would be “rough around the edges” after his £20,000 signing from Carlisle United reserves in January.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today backed Graeme Shinnie and Scott McKenna to shine for Scotland – but faces a sweat on them returning injury free from international duty.
Six months of Brechin’s season from hell helped prepare rising teenage star Connor McLennan for his Dons breakthrough.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is anticipating the injury crisis to lessen for the trip to Hearts after the international break with at least four players set to return.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne has urged SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster to request a summit with the SFA in the wake of several controversial decisions this season.
Boss Derek McInnes today hailed the Dons for overcoming an “unprecedented” injury crisis to blow away St Mirren.
Aberdeen's performance against St Mirren was good on a number of points.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen fans will want to prove they can sell-out 50% of Hampden – but clubs shouldn’t automatically get 50% for cup semis and finals
Aberdeen fans will now want to prove to SPFL bosses they can sell out half of Hampden after their Betfred Cup semi-final allocation was announced.
Aberdeen finally discovered their attacking edge in the Premiership with the goals arriving from an unexpected source.
Aberdeen will receive half of the tickets for the Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers - but only if sales are strong on an initial allocation of 16,800.
ABERDEEN rediscovered their cutting edge in attack as they overcame St Mirren 4-1 at Pittodrie.
Lewis Ferguson believes Aberdeen belong in the Premiership’s top three and he wants to show why – starting with today’s game against St Mirren.
The focus should move back to the positives of Scottish football rather than concentrating on the controversy off the pitch, said Dons boss Derek McInnes.
Dons boss Derek McInnes insists it will take a dynamic performance at Pittodrie today to break down St Mirren.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today hailed the fan power that forced the SPFL to change the controversial Betfred Cup semi-final schedule.
Aberdeen are 'extremely disappointed' at the two-match ban defender Scott McKenna received following a Hampden disciplinary hearing.
Aberdeen FC defender Scott McKenna has been banned for two matches after the Dons lost their appeal for his challenge on Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard.
Aberdeen's Premiership clash with Livingston at Pittodrie has been rearranged for Tuesday, December 11.