Bruce Anderson’s second-half strike was enough for Dunfermline to claim a fifth straight win – 1-0 against lowly Alloa at Indodrill Stadium.
No new faces for Aberdeen as deadline passes but Reynolds, Wright and Anderson sent out in search of action
The January transfer window shut with Aberdeen unable to add a new face on deadline day and three players leaving the Dons.
Striker Bruce Anderson has joined Dunfermline on loan for the rest of the campaign, Aberdeen have confirmed.
Aberdeen attackers Bruce Anderson and Scott Wright are expected to complete transfer deadline day loan moves to Dunfermline and Dundee.
Aberdeen striker Bruce Anderson is set to be ruled out for two months after tearing a calf muscle in the 2-1 win at Livingston.
Pittodrie assistant Tony Docherty today claimed Aberdeen have strikers as good as Rangers’ in-form Alfredo Morelos.
Rising striker Bruce Anderson hopes two game-changing goals from the bench can finally secure a first Aberdeen start.
Aberdeen gaffer McInnes: Second half level v Kilmarnock could see us meet expectations – but we have to play like that for 90 minutes
Boss Derek McInnes has warned the Dons’ first half performance at Kilmarnock will not be good enough to bring success.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen must find their answer up front in time for Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers
The countdown is on to Sunday’s League Cup semi-final between Aberdeen and Rangers.
Aberdeen striker Bruce Anderson already scored against Rangers this season – and wants double by netting against Celtic
Aberdeen's rising Pittodrie star Bruce Anderson has already scored against Rangers and would love to complete an Old Firm double by shooting down Celtic today.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes reckons the new breed of rising Pittodrie stars play with no fear.
Bruce Anderson has signed a new Aberdeen deal tying him to the club until 2021, the club have announced.
Boss Derek McInnes today confirmed teen striker Bruce Anderson will still get the chance to shine for the Dons this season despite signing a striker from Manchester United.
Dons great Frank McDougall reckons youngster Bruce Anderson can step up and establish himself in Derek McInnes’s first team.
Teenage goal hero Bruce Anderson hopes he will be given the opportunity to prove he can lead Aberdeen’s attack this season.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says it’s possible fans could see some of Aberdeen’s Scottish Youth Cup finalists in the first team THIS term.
After firing Aberdeen Under-20s into the Scottish Youth Cup final, Bruce Anderson is dreaming of hitting the net at Hampden to help them lift the cup.
Aberdeen's suspended right-back Shay Logan is “100%” confident whoever replaces him in the Reds defence will help the team to the Scottish Cup final.
Aberdeen have announced five players are to leave the club's youth academy, while three have penned new deals.
Young Dons striker Bruce Anderson is hoping tips from Adam Rooney can help him become a big hit at Pittodrie.