Four years after playing for Aberdeen junior side Banks o’ Dee defender Odmar Faero is on the brink of Europa League group stage qualification.
Aberdeen were today warned against underestimating the threat of Faroe Islands side NSI Runavik if they go head-to-head in Europe.
The Faroe Islands were the first European league to return to action from the Covid-19 shutdown but are also now playing to crowds.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low would be open to new teams joining the Highland League.
Banks o’ Dee president Brian Winton says his side are “devastated” after clubs in the North Region Junior Football Association voted to declare the 2019-20 season null and void.
The chief of an Aberdeen football club who was struck down by Covid-19 today told how he feared he would die from the deadly virus.
Banks o’ Dee president Brian Winton has welcomed plans for promotion into and relegation from the Highland League.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie was thrilled to see his side progress to the quarter-final of the Aberdeenshire Shield – even though they did it the hard way.
Jamie Watt believes Banks o’ Dee can take another scalp in the Aberdeenshire Shield – but is wary of fired-up Fraserburgh.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes reckons his shock troops are capable of claiming another Scottish Cup scalp.
For Kane Winton, helping Banks o’ Dee into the Scottish Cup second round was an unlikely success to savour.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Jamie Watt hailed his Juniors for reaching the Scottish Cup second round.
Young midfielder Seb Ross is modelling his game on Craig Bryson as he tries to break into the Pittodrie first-team reckoning.
Banks o’ Dee are into the first round of the Scottish Cup after dispatching Golspie Sutherland 2-0 in the second preliminary round.
Aberdeen reserve boss Paul Sheerin was pleased lightning didn’t strike twice as his side beat Banks o’ Dee in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup at Spain Park.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes hopes his side can stun Aberdeen in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup for the second successive season.
Banks o’ Dee co-boss Tommy Forbes was pleased his side found their level in the second half at Spain Park as the Aberdeen Junior outfit progressed to the second preliminary round of the Scottish Cup.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Stuart Duff says he “still enjoys” playing after joining Junior side Banks o’ Dee.
Banks o’ Dee striker Jack Henderson has reason for a double celebration after being named the Evening Express Junior Player of the Year.
The Highland League will run with 17 teams next season following a decision taken at last night’s annual general meeting in Lossiemouth.
The Highland League will meet tonight to decide on the make-up of the division for next season.
Tommy Forbes says it would be “unbelievable” if Banks o’ Dee can complete an unprecedented clean sweep of trophies in Junior football this term.
With seven games left to play, Banks o’ Dee are now just one win away from retaining their McBookie.com Superleague title.
A crisis-hit Aberdeen care home is to shut after a search to find a new operator was unsuccessful.
The operator of an Aberdeen care home threatened with closure over “serious” concerns about residents’ wellbeing is to stop running the facility in four weeks.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson said he was delighted for his players after their historic Aberdeenshire Shield victory.
Banks o’ Dee co-boss Tommy Forbes says his side are “looking forward to the challenge” of ending their cup final hoodoo on Wednesday night as they take on Formartine United in the Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Formartine United midfielder Aaron Norris remains confident ahead of his side’s Aberdeenshire Shield final clash with Banks o’ Dee, despite a sobering defeat to Fraserburgh at the weekend.
Banks O’ Dee’s Jack Henderson says the club have “unfinished business” as they prepare to take on Formartine United in the Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Champions Banks o’ Dee extended their lead at the top of the McBookie.com Superleague table with a comfortable win over Ellon United.