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Skipper Graeme Shinnie has no doubt wanted man Scott McKenna could cut it not just in the Championship but the English top flight – although he hopes the defender stays at Pittodrie.
Boss Derek McInnes has challenged the Dons to go “full tilt” against Rangers – but wants the Red Army to help.
Russell McLean has no intentions of giving up his place in Peterhead’s attack this season – despite increased competition.
Paul Young says Fraserburgh are relishing trying to get back to winning ways against Cove Rangers.
Daniel Park is determined not to let Fraserburgh spoil Cove Rangers’ flag day.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has hailed Rory McAllister as he aims to become League Two’s all-time top scorer this season.
Huntly chairman George Clark says they will take their time in appointing a replacement for Charlie Charlesworth.
Joseph MacPherson insists Formartine United can provide him with the platform to return to full-time football.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper hailed goalie Andy Reid after his penalty save helped them into the Irn-Bru Challenge Cup first round.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson is delighted to have signed Joseph MacPherson and extended the contract of Graeme Rodger.
Both Inverurie Locos and Fraserburgh have their sights set on an Irn-Bru Challenge Cup run to remember – but only one can reach round one of the competition.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran was thrilled after they finished the League Cup group stage with a win.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson hailed new signing Gary Fraser after he netted twice in their 4-1 win against Nairn County.
Keith Football Club have tonight paid tribute to club legend Sandy Stables who has died.
Formartine United player-boss Paul Lawson says his side can’t wait to get its Highland League season started at North Lodge Park tomorrow.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper is looking forward to the start of the new Highland League season tomorrow but knows his team won’t have it easy.
Hearts have turned down a bid from Rangers for striker Kyle Lafferty, according to reports.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally was reasonably happy with his side’s overall performance against Premiership Dundee last night.
Cove Rangers have announced attacker Jonny Smith’s departure from the club.
Peterhead assistant boss David Nicholls says tonight’s game with Premiership Dundee is about getting fitness up to scratch for the league campaign.
Hearts boss Craig Levein is ready to make the most of the Tyncecastle side’s Betfred Cup reprieve.
Hearts have today been docked two points and fined £10,000 (£8,000 of which is suspended) for fielding an ineligible player against Cove Rangers in the Betfred Cup group stage.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran thought his side didn’t have luck on their side as they lost on their return to Central Park in the Betfred Cup.
Jim McInally was disappointed his Peterhead side couldn’t keep their hopes of Betfred Cup progression alive after a 2-0 loss to Stirling Albion.
Peterhead will take inspiration from last season’s humbling of Hearts as they aim to keep their League Cup dream alive.
Boss John Sheran isn’t dwelling on Cove Rangers’ last visit to Central Park ahead of their return their tomorrow.
Harry Milne says it would be nice to win when Cove Rangers return to Central Park on Saturday – but adds it won’t make up for their play-off heartache.
Hearts have apologised to Cove Rangers for fielding an ineligible player in Wednesday's League Cup group stage match.
Simon Ferry believes there are plenty of positives to take from Peterhead’s League Cup loss to Dunfermline.
Connor Scully insists Cove Rangers can cause Hearts problems in tonight’s League Cup clash.