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Jim McInally hopes to see his side in the Scottish Cup fourth round draw for only the second time in his tenure.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes thinks the route to a Spain Park giant-slaying starts with his team playing their own game.
The Scottish FA have informed the Northern Irish FA they are ready to pay the £500,000 compensation required to secure Michael O’Neill as Gordon Strachan’s successor.
The Scottish Football Association has asked Northern Irish football's governing body if they can speak to Michael O'Neill regarding the vacant Scots manager job, according to reports.
Pittodrie boss Derek McInnes reckons an eight-month unbeaten Premiership away streak underlines the Dons’ desire to win every game – regardless of opponent or venue.
Peterhead midfielder Jack Leitch is relishing their Scottish Cup tie with Raith Rovers this weekend.
Ryan Fraser is aiming to establish himself as a Scotland regular.
Michael O’Neill will take time to ponder his future after seeing Northern Ireland miss out on their first World Cup since 1986 in heartbreaking fashion.
A Scotland call-up, let alone a starting slot, was so far off attacker Ryan Christie’s radar at the turn of the year he didn’t give it a single thought.
John McGinn was taking the positives from Scotland’s friendly defeat to the Netherlands.
Interim national manager Malky Mackay believes his experimental side silenced critics of the Scottish Premiership.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally wants to end their barren run against Stenhousemuir to put themselves in a great position at the top end of League Two.
Aberdeen's Kenny McLean reckons he belongs at international level.
Midfielder Stuart Armstrong today insisted the friendly against Holland is a new start for Scotland – and the start of the bid to reach Euro 2020.
Scotland are set to take on Holland in a friendly at Aberdeen’s Pittodrie Stadium tonight. Last night the two teams trained in the rain under the grand old venue’s floodlights, with several household names on show. All pictures by EE photographer Darrell Benns.
A lack of respect, wide of the mark and received like "water off a duck’s back" – interim boss Malky Mackay today hit back at Kris Boyd’s criticism of Aberdeen’s international call-ups.
Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons’ Scotland trio to prove what he already knows – that they are international class.
THE Scottish FA have revealed the national side’s new home strip. The kit, which has a look similar to the strips of the early 80s, will get its first outing when the Scots take on Holland at Pittodrie on Thursday. More to follow.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally said goal hero Rory McAllister was as “brave as a lion” after the striker fired them to victory against Elgin City.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally isn’t looking past his side extending their winning run at Borough Briggs.
Rory McAllister fired Peterhead to victory over Annan Athletic – and manager Jim McInally revealed he wasn’t even fully fit.
Dons legend Frank McDougall is hoping Stevie May or Adam Rooney can be a goal hero against Celtic just like he was.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is pleased to welcome key players back into his team.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally labelled his side’s second-half performance in the 4-1 win over Clyde as “different class”.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes his team will need to be solid defensively to beat Clyde tomorrow.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally was delighted with his players after they hammered amateurs Colville Park 9-0 in the Scottish Cup second round.
Talisman Jamie Watt traded influenza for influence as he left his sick bed to put his side into the history books.
Scotland are set to play the Netherlands at Pittodrie in November - with former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay in temporary charge of the national side.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has called their Scottish Cup tie with Colville Park a “massive banana skin”.
SFA must adopt hardline stance and sack manager at first failed qualifying attempt says Willie Miller
Scotland legend Willie Miller today insisted Gordon Strachan’s successor must end two decades of qualifying pain or be axed.