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SFA and SPFL seek ‘urgent talks’ with Scottish Government after football given green light for fan return in England
Scottish football chiefs are demanding urgent talks with the Scottish Government to discuss how it plans to follow Boris Johnson’s lead after he announced turnstiles will reopen in stadiums south of the border from next month.
Talking points after Aberdeen’s defeat against Rangers – Absence list tough to take, but Dons who played didn’t take chance to impress
Aberdeen were overrun by ruthless league leaders Rangers after they were devastated by injuries and a Covid house of cards outwith their control.
Angry Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes outlines ways SFA need to ’tighten up’ Covid-19 protocols to ’protect our game’
Furious Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is calling for mandatory Covid-19 testing by the SFA for all players returning from international duty.
‘If you could tell me when crowds are back at Pittodrie, I could give a better estimate’ – Chairman Dave Cormack reveals new Aberdeen stadium could be delayed by years
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has confirmed the £50 million stadium project in Kingsford will still go ahead despite the Covid-19 crisis.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has questioned whether the SFA followed Covid-19 protocols after he was deprived of three players for the Dons' next three games.
Three Dons players have been told to self-isolate after one of them tested positive for Covid-19 after returning from Scotland Under-21s duty.
Deender Ash Taylor believes the current Aberdeen team is the strongest he has played in during five seasons at the club.
Derek McInnes demands Aberdeen show their quality against Rangers as he puts faith in Funso Ojo for Ibrox
Boss Derek McInnes will demand Aberdeen a "big performance" from every player at Ibrox tomorrow.
Chairman Dave Cormack warned Aberdeen will not sell their top stars on the cheap despite suffering multi-million losses in the Covid crisis.
Aberdeen look set to be without one of their Scottish under-21 internationals for Sunday’s game against Rangers at Ibrox after he tested positive for Covid-19.
Joe Harper column: Scottish Government inertia over football’s fan return must end – a plan is the least clubs like Aberdeen deserve
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon must open immediate discussions with Scottish football to produce a plan to get fans back to stadiums.
AberDNA Junior: Aberdeen skipper Joe Lewis backs scheme to make youngsters feel like ‘real part of club’
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis has backed the AberDNA Junior scheme as a way for young fans to feel like they are “a real part of the club”.
Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack questions how clubs will sell vital season tickets for next term if there is no clear plan on fans returning to football grounds
No discussions and no plan equals no hope as Dave Cormack warns Scottish football is facing disaster with no supporters in stadiums.
Aberdeen financial results lay bare fan lockout devastation – as Dave Cormack pinpoints projects at risk without Government plan
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says Scottish football faces a bigger crisis than when Covid-19 first hit if there is no plan to get fans back.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes fears jobs at the club could be under threat if supporters continue to be locked out of Pittodrie.
Aberdeen have opened contract talks with attacker Scott Wright and are hopeful of extending his deal in the next few weeks.
After Nations League disappointment in Israel, when do Scotland start qualification bid for 2022 World Cup in Qatar?
After the euphoria of last week and qualifying for the Euros, Scotland tonight missed out on winning UEFA Nations League Group B2 and promotion to League A for the 2022/23 competition.
Aberdeen’s Andy Considine starts on bench as Steve Clarke names Scotland side for Israel Nations League clash
Steve Clarke has named his team for the UEFA Nations League clash in Israel this evening.
Uefa should be commended for their innovation which opened up a route for Steve Clarke to revitalise Scotland.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn has been ruled out for three weeks with a calf injury suffered during international duty with Northern Ireland.
Willie Miller column: Clubs got through fan test events with flying colours, so why does it feel like we’re binning results?
The return of supporters to stadiums in Scotland must be placed high on the agenda in any discussions between football authorities and the government.
Aberdeen ’s Betfred Cup tie has been selected for television broadcast next weekend.
Boss Derek McInnes hopes three Aberdeen stars can help Scotland secure more European qualification glory.
Aberdeen survey reveals 92% of respondents feel ready for return to Pittodrie as club looks for permission to reopen turnstiles
Aberdeen say a survey of Dons fans has revealed 92% feel ready to return to games at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack wants talks with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon over getting fans back to Pittodrie
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has called for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and national clincal director Jason Leitch to open up immediate dialogue on the return of fans to stadiums.
Aberdeen will face Premiership St Mirren away from home in the last 16 of the Betfred Cup.
Minute-by-minute: How did Aberdeen’s Andy Considine fare in Slovakia on his third Scotland appearance?
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine won his third Scotland cap when starting in today's 1-0 UEFA Nations League loss to Slovakia in Trnava.
Aberdeen’s Ross McCrorie: No greater inspiration for Under-21s than watching Scotland’s senior team make history
Scotland Under-21s captain Ross McCrorie is determined they will emulate the senior squad and secure Euro finals qualification.
Scotland's national football team could become music stars before next year's Euros.
I was delighted to see Scott Wright get the goal his performances have merited in Aberdeen’s victory over Hibs last week.