The focus should move back to the positives of Scottish football rather than concentrating on the controversy off the pitch, said Dons boss Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today hailed the fan power that forced the SPFL to change the controversial Betfred Cup semi-final schedule.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has expressed his delight to the media after the SPFL moved the kick-off time of his team's Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers.
The SPFL have moved the Aberdeen-Rangers Betfred Cup semi-final to 4.30pm.
Aberdeen's controversial Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers at Hampden could be pushed back, according to reports.
Mr Fraser insists the Dons remain “very angry” the SPFL opted to schedule both semi-finals for Sunday October 28 at Hampden.
Dons legend Joe Harper said the decision to play both Betfred Cup semi-finals on the same day is a recipe for disaster.
A Dons director today called on football authorities to change the way they treat fans.
An MSP today called for SPFL chiefs to change their “perverse” Betfred Cup semi-final decision or quit.
Aberdeen FC have tonight hit out at the planned noon kick off for their BetFred Cup semi-final against Rangers.
Aberdeen's Betfred Cup semi-final against Rangers will kick-off at Hampden at noon on Sunday October 28, the SPFL confirmed tonight.
Tomorrow’s League Cup quarter-final against Hibs gives Aberdeen a great chance to build on the win over Motherwell.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted Gary Mackay-Steven should be in contention for a Scotland call-up.
Aberdeen’s dominant Betfred Cup win over St Mirren bodes well for the rest of the season.
Aberdeen face an away trip to the winners of the clash between Hibs and Ross County in the BetFred Cup quarter-finals.
Aberdeen coasted into the BetFred quarter-finals with an emphatic 4-0 win over Premiership outfit St Mirren.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran was thrilled after they finished the League Cup group stage with a win.
Aberdeen have been drawn against Premiership new boys St Mirren in the second round of the Betfred Cup.
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.
Hearts boss Craig Levein says the Jambos have to accept whatever punishment they are given after admitting to fielding an ineligible player against Cove Rangers.
Cove boss Sheran hopes for repeat of Montrose win in Eighties as he relishes another bite at Premiership Hearts
John Sheran has beaten Hearts in the League Cup as a player and would love to do it again as a manager.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally wants his players to take their “free shot” at Championship Dunfermline in the Betfred Cup tomorrow.
After injury resulted in him missing the end of last season, Ryan Strachan is relishing being back in action.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally feels his squad is almost complete after signing defender Callum Home.
Peterhead star Willie Gibson believes they have nothing to lose in their League Cup campaign.
Cove Rangers will take on Hearts in their first competitive match at the new Balmoral Stadium.