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Defender Jack MacKenzie will finally play for new Aberdeen boss Stephen Glass 14 months after a loan to Atlanta United 2 was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic
More than a year after a loan deal to Atlanta United 2 was derailed by the coronavirus pandemic Aberdeen defender Jack MacKenzie is excited to finally begin working under Stephen Glass.
This weekend’s Scottish Cup schedule has been changed dramatically to avoid clashes with Prince Philip’s funeral
The SFA have torn up this weekend's Scottish Cup schedule due to Prince Philip's funeral, with Aberdeen's tie against Livingston moved to Saturday evening.
ANALYSIS: Aberdeen have to be better if Stephen Glass is going to make a statement right at the start of his Pittodrie reign
Aberdeen's new dawn under incoming manager Stephen Glass will begin with the season still very much alive on two fronts.
Former Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty has taken a temporary role at League One side Forfar Athletic.
Paul Sheerin insists Stephen Glass is arriving at good time with Aberdeen in ‘strong position to be in Europe again’
Aberdeen's new manager Stephen Glass is about to take over a Dons team on the brink of European qualification, insists Paul Sheerin.
Midfielder Lewis Ferguson warns pressure is now on every player to impress new Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass
Midfielder Lewis Ferguson insists the pressure is now on every player to impress new Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass.
Stephen Glass ‘desperate to make mark’ at Aberdeen, insists Paul Sheerin, as interim boss reveals new manager has been studying training footage
New manager Stephen Glass is desperate to make his mark immediately at Aberdeen, insists interim boss Paul Sheerin.
Leigh Griffiths could be leaving Celtic this summer and it would be a major coup if Aberdeen could land the striker.
The interim management team of Paul Sheerin, Barry Robson and Neil Simpson take charge of Aberdeen for the final time tomorrow and they will be hoping to sign off with a win.
Interim boss Paul Sheerin told he will have a role in new Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass’ backroom staff
Aberdeen have reassured reserve team coach Paul Sheerin he will have a role in new manager Stephen Glass’s back-room staff.
Interim Aberdeen boss Paul Sheerin ready to give youth a chance as incoming manager Stephen Glass watches remotely during quarantine
Interim boss Paul Sheerin is set to give the Dons’ young guns a chance to further impress incoming manager Stephen Glass.
Loan striker Fraser Hornby is fit to face St Johnstone on Saturday having been ruled out of the recent Scottish Cup defeat of Dumbarton by injury.
Aberdeen Under-18s begin league bid with ‘brilliant incentive’ to qualify for UEFA Youth Champions League
Aberdeen's rising young stars will finally return to action tomorrow after a year of near inactivity with a bid to qualify for the UEFA Youth Champions League.
With just days left until Stephen Glass’ delayed arrival, midfielder Ross McCrorie insists the Dons are "raring to go" under the new manager.
Sean Wallace column: Incoming strikers coach Allan Russell can turn Aberdeen into Premiership’s best team from dead-balls
The appointment of England striker coach Allan Russell could transform Aberdeen into the Premiership’s set-piece specialists.
Attacker Niall McGinn hopes new manager Stephen Glass will bring the feel-good factor back to Aberdeen
Attacker Niall McGinn hopes new manager Stephen Glass will bring the feel-good factor back to Aberdeen.
Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup super-sub Callum Hendry was close to starting at Dumbarton insists interim boss Paul Sheerin
Interim boss Paul Sheerin revealed Scottish Cup super-sub Callum Hendry was close to starting the third round tie at Dumbarton.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen need to make the most of Scottish Cup chance they’ve been given by kind draw
Aberdeen have got a very good chance to go deep in the Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen loan star Callum Hendry is confident ‘bold move’ of landing England’s striker coach will revitalise faltering attack
Loan striker Callum Hendry is confident incoming coach Allan Russell will quickly solve Aberdeen’s goal scoring problem.
Aberdeen interim boss Paul Sheerin has praised rising teenage right-back Calvin Ramsay for an impressive first start.
ANALYSIS: Stephen Glass will arrive with Scottish Cup campaign intact – but he’ll also know Aberdeen attack needs significant work
New Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass will start out at Pittodrie with the dream of landing the Scottish Cup in his first few months at the helm still intact.
Interim boss Paul Sheerin believes incoming Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass is inheriting a strong squad despite recent scoring problems.
Ex-Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says he might find some job opportunities ‘hard to resist’ despite desire for ‘time out’
Former Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says he's happy to have some "good time out" of the game - but might find some opportunities "hard to resist".
Scottish Cup: Aberdeen to host Livingston at Pittodrie in fourth round, while Cove would welcome holders Celtic after Rangers tie
Aberdeen are set to host Livingston at Pittodrie in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Paul Sheerin gave Calvin Ramsay pass marks after watching the Aberdeen teenager impress on his first top-team examination.
Interim boss Paul Sheerin is confident Aberdeen’s work on the training ground during the international break will end their scoring crisis.
Ross McCrorie says he is ready to go ‘into the trenches’ with Scott Brown when he joins Aberdeen from Celtic
Midfielder Ross McCrorie is ready to go “into the trenches” with Scott Brown next season.
Dons chairman Dave Cormack should be applauded for engaging with the Red Army by answering their queries in a Q&A session.
Aberdeen begin this year’s Scottish Cup campaign at Dumbarton tomorrow, with interim boss Paul Sheerin leading the Reds to The Rock.
Aberdeen's Andy Considine has revealed the full story behind his famous stag-do singalong to Yes Sir, I Can Boogie - which has become Scotland's unlikely Euros anthem.