Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes appears to have ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Scotland manager's role, echoing statements from chairman Stewart Milne and vice-chairman Dave Cormack earlier in the week.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the estimated cost of the stadium at Kingsford could rise as much as £10 million to £50m.
Dons vice-chairman Dave Cormack believes manager Derek McInnes would be keen on the Scotland job – but now is not the right time.
As well as the donation, the Cormack Family Foundation will also become the principal sponsors of CLAN’s annual fundraising ball for the next five years.
Aberdeen vice-chairman Cormack wants Europa League silver for coffers and silverware in form of Scottish Cup
Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack says reaching the Scottish Cup final will be an “opportunity to generate more income” for the club.
American businessman Tom Crotty said it was an “honour and a challenge” to join the Aberdeen board after investing £1.3 million into the club.
Aberdeen have appointed United States based multi-millionaire Dave Cormack as the club’s vice chairman.
Aberdeen Football Club has appointed the main contractor in the construction of its new community sports hub and training facilities at Kingsford.
Aberdeen non-executive director Dave Cormack has revealed an idea to get kids on America’s west coast supporting the Dons and wearing their kits.
The cost of part of Aberdeen FC’s stadium project has risen by £1 million as the club adds new features to the project.
A Dons director today called on football authorities to change the way they treat fans.
A north-east businessman and his family have donated more than £270,000 to a university medicine and business scholarship programme.
The Dons said the naming of The Bobby Clark Football Academy will allow the club to recognise his achievements and contribution to the team and football in both Scotland and the USA over the years.
Aberdeen now have a vacancy at board level following vice-chairman George Yule’s decision to step down.
Aberdeen's manager next season will be given an improved budget to bolster the Pittodrie squad.
Aberdeen FC have this afternoon confirmed a deal has been reached with Sunderland over manager Derek McInnes.
New Dons director Dave Cormack has said this morning they want to keep Derek McInnes at the club.
Ex-Aberdeen chief executive Dave Cormack is back at the Dons after joining the board at Pittodrie and investing several million pounds through the acquisition of shares.