Celtic captain Scott Brown has had his Scottish Football Association disciplinary hearing moved forward six days.
Celtic have confirmed Ryan Christie will miss the William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Jonny Hayes believes boss Neil Lennon has an unmatched passion for Celtic which is inspiring the Hoops dressing room.
Aberdeen boss McInnes and staff have spoken to ‘each and every’ player in wake of Scottish Cup semi loss
Derek McInnes and his staff have talked through their Hampden agony with “each and every one” of the Aberdeen players this week.
Manager Derek McInnes admits Aberdeen were too tame in the Scottish Cup semi-final and lacking in bravery on the ball.
Aberdeen boss McInnes demands out-of-contract stars help Dons into Europa League spot before leaving
Dons boss Derek McInnes has urged those players set to exit Pittodrie in the summer to leave their team-mates with European football next season.
Ryan Christie will undergo surgery this week after Celtic confirmed the Scotland midfielder suffered “multiple facial fractures” in his collision with Aberdeen’s Dom Ball.
Celtic’s European Cup-winning captain Billy McNeill is to receive a prestigious award from Spanish club Athletic Bilbao in tribute to his “faithful service” to the Hoops.
Mikey Devlin insists Aberdeen can’t allow their Scottish Cup pain to linger as they chase a European spot.
The meteoric rise of Aberdeen teenager Lewis Ferguson suffered a first stutter with a deserved red card for a reckless challenge on Tom Rogic.
Five people have appeared in court charged with breach of the peace after a brawl in Glasgow city centre.
Ally McCoist believes Rangers are four “top, top” players away from challenging Celtic.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis admits he is baffled by the sectarian issue in Scottish football.
Kristoffer Ajer expects no respite as Celtic continue their treble treble quest after clinching a place in the William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Willie Miller: Chairman Milne might need to have word with Aberdeen staff and players after Scottish Cup meltdown
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne may need to have a word with Derek McInnes about the lack of discipline at Hampden.
EXCLUSIVE: Police probe into sectarian chanting aimed at Aberdeen’s McInnes during Scottish Cup semi
Police Scotland have launched an investigation into sectarian abuse aimed at Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
‘First emotion that comes to mind is frustration then annoyance’ says Aberdeen’s Cosgrove after Hampden humiliation
Sam Cosgrove was frustrated the Dons couldn’t show what they were capable of against Celtic after ending the Scottish Cup semi-final with nine men.
Jonny Hayes plans to cherish every minute of Celtic’s triple treble push after fearing his career at Parkhead was doomed.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes revealed his reaction to sectarian chants from Celtic supporters led to his dismissal by referee Craig Thomson in the 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat at Hampden Park.
Callum McGregor says Celtic are determined to complete their triple treble mission for stricken team-mate Ryan Christie.
Interim Celtic boss Neil Lennon revealed the club’s majority shareholder Dermot Desmond told him to ignore “the noise” surrounding his future before the 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final win over Aberdeen.
Celtic kept their triple treble quest firmly on course as they swept nine-man Aberdeen aside 3-0 to book a place in next month’s William Hill Scottish Cup final.
One of our photographers was out and about at Hampden ahead of kick-off in the Scottish Cup semi-final between Aberdeen and Celtic. Here are some of the images they captured of excited Dons fans. Pictures by Kenny Elrick
Boss Derek McInnes has issued a rallying call to the Reds to fulfil his dream of Scottish Cup glory.
Scott Bain insists Celtic’s players are not talking about a domestic triple treble but praised his team-mates for normalising the possibility.
Derek McInnes will order Aberdeen to start fast and plant the seed of doubt in the minds of Celtic’s treble treble chasers on Sunday.
Derek McInnes is delighted with the character and perseverance shown by Sam Cosgrove to become Aberdeen’s main man.
Having suffered painful cup upsets against lower league opposition Andy Considine savours getting the chance to play for Aberdeen at Hampden.
Aberdeen full-back Max Lowe says losing the Betfred Cup final was “easily” the deepest low of his career – and he wants to make up for it in the Scottish Cup.
Interim Celtic boss Neil Lennon has backed Hearts chairwoman Ann Budge’s “big call” to close a section of Tynecastle after the disorder at last week’s Edinburgh derby.