Callum McGregor insists pride and preparation will underpin Celtic’s end to the season.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor backs ‘handful’ Florian Kamberi to hit the goal trail in race for third
Introduced to bring a scoring edge to bolster the Dons' race for third spot, loan striker Florian Kamberi will deliver goals, insists Ash Taylor.
Liverpool’s leading goalscorer Ian Rush describes the “beautiful partnership” he enjoyed with former strike partner Kenny Dalglish but he could easily have been referring to the Scot’s relationship with the club.
Conor Hazard told Celtic fans they have yet to see the best of him after signing a new two-year deal which takes him up until at least the summer of 2023.
Conor Hazard has signed a new two-year deal with Celtic which will see him remain at the club until at least the summer of 2023.
Sean Wallace column: It’s now win-or-bust for Aberdeen if they’re going to beat Hibs to Premiership’s third spot
Aberdeen have no room for error before the Premiership split if they are to keep alive the bid to finish third.
Steve Clarke aims to take Scotland to the 2022 World Cup finals despite being linked with the vacant manager’s job at Celtic.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes fears pushing loan stars too hard in training could see striker injury curse strike again
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes fears pushing his loan stars too hard in training could back-fire and produce a striker injury crisis.
Aberdeen midfielder Dean Campbell insists it must be a collective effort from all outfield players to deliver goals
Midfielder Dean Campbell insists ending the Dons’ barren goal streak is the responsibility of every outfield player and not just the strikers.
Vidar Riseth has warned Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer he may not be the hot property he was once considered.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen need maximum points from Hamilton and Dundee United clashes to have chance of third
Aberdeen can’t afford any slip-ups before the top-six split in the race to secure third spot.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes feels his side "owe Celtic one" when they clash again after the Premiership split.
ANALYSIS: Time is running out for Aberdeen to start delivering the ‘big results’ which will overhaul Hibs in third
There was a sense of deja vu regarding Aberdeen's second 1-0 defeat at Parkhead in 10 days, where they delivered another strong second half performance – but no points.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says battle with Hibs for third is still ‘alive’ and post-split ‘is where it always sorts itself out’
Aberdeen players all retain the belief that they can triumph in the race to finish third, insists manager Derek McInnes.
St Johnstone sealed Betfred Cup glory while there were four key Scottish Premiership matches this weekend.
Kristoffer Ajer insists Celtic have to “stick together” and keep on the winning trail following their 1-0 win over Aberdeen.
Celtic’s interim boss John Kennedy will not be surprised to see defender Kristoffer Ajer attract interest in the summer.
John Kennedy began his tenure as Celtic’s interim boss with a narrow 1-0 win Aberdeen at Parkhead.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists his players all care about the club and aim to show it by fighting for third
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists his players care about the club and are determined to deliver a third-placed finish.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor happy to put talks about his future on hold to focus on the battle to finish third
Defender Ash Taylor is ready to put thoughts of his own future on hold to focus on Aberdeen's battle to finish third in the Premiership.
Celtic’s new interim boss John Kennedy will assess his squad ahead of the visit of Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has urged his team to make the most of set-pieces when they visit Celtic Park for the second time in 10 days.
Celtic captain Scott Brown believes there is still plenty of football to be played before he embarks on a coaching and management career.
John Kennedy insists he does not see his new role as Celtic interim boss as an audition for the job on a permanent basis.
Aberdeen must go on the attack from the opening minute to the last to overcome struggling Celtic at Parkhead tomorrow.
David Moyes insists he has no intention of leaving West Ham having guided them to fourth in the Premier League.
Aberdeen's Derek McInnes believes managers have become "punch bags" who have to roll with the blows.
Boss Derek McInnes fears loan striker Fraser Hornby’s thigh injury is an "absolute disaster" for Aberdeen.
Former Celtic midfielder Murdo MacLeod believes Neil Lennon’s legacy will be recognised positively in time as he blamed the players for their part in a disastrous season.
John Kennedy will take “small steps” after becoming Celtic interim boss in the wake of Neil Lennon’s departure.