Harley Hamdani is to leave his role as co-manager of Aberdeen Women after deciding to emigrate to Australia.
Aberdeen FC Women were the big winners at the Scottish Women’s Football annual awards, which were held in Glasgow on Saturday night.
Aberdeen Women are set to parade their Scottish Women's Football League Division One North trophy at Pittodrie tomorrow.
Aberdeen Women captain Kelly Forrest is confident the Dons can make their mark on the Scottish Building Society SWPL 2 next season.
Aberdeen FC Women co-managers Emma Hunter and Harley Hamdani said they were proud of their invincibles.
Aberdeen Women duo Eilidh Shore and Francesca Ogilvie will be back in action for their club tonight after big success with Scotland.
Aberdeen Women co-manager Harley Hamdani says they’re targeting an invincible campaign in SWFL Division One – North after the title was confirmed.
Aberdeen Women co-boss Emma Hunter says their cup win over Spartans affirms their Premier quality.
Aberdeen Women secured their place in the third round of the Scottish Cup with a win in Maud over Buchan Ladies.
Aberdeen fell to their first defeat of the season as they crashed out of the SWF Division One North League Cup, with a 3-1 loss in the semi-final to Renfrew Ladies.
Westdyke Ladies picked up their first win – and first points – on Sunday as they beat Raith Roves 1-0 in a tightly-contested affair.
Cove Rangers bounced back from a league defeat to Dunfermline Athletic to beat Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in their latest encounter.
Aberdeen FC’s first official women’s fixture finished with a heavy win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the SWFL Division One North.
Aberdeen Women’s new management team are in no doubt as to their aim for the upcoming campaign – promotion.