It's been another busy 12 months in the north and north-east Scotland despite some sports being ruled out altogether and others facing major disruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
It appears to me that most of the hype around the Covid-19 vaccines has been misconstrued by the general public, and by politicians in their daily statements.
Chairman Dave Cormack wants Aberdeen to grab the opportunity to qualify for the money-spinning Champions League next season.
If the mooted cross-border European leagues eventually materialise, where will that leave the lesser Scottish teams?
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack will meet with manager Derek McInnes this week to thrash out plans to strengthen in the January and summer transfer windows.
Dave Cormack is right to keep putting forward the case to the Scottish Government for the return of fans.
Chairman Dave Cormack fears Uefa are squeezing out clubs like Aberdeen from Euro competition in favour of big money leagues.
Football clubs deserve a clear and immediate explanation from the Scottish Government as to why fans continue to be locked out of grounds.
Re Dons chief Dave Cormack raging over football clubs being “unfairly” treated after a bid to allow limited numbers of fans back to Pittodrie was rejected.
Finally Scotland received a break in a World Cup draw by avoiding a group of death in the race to qualify for Qatar 2022.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack claims Scottish football fans are being treated “unfairly” following the rejection of the club’s application for more test events with the return of supporters.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has accused the Scottish Government of treating football clubs "unfairly" after his bid to allow a limited number of fans back to Pittodrie was rejected.
Paul Hartley has reiterated the need for Scottish football to get fans back in stadiums.
An Aberdeen request to host fans for their upcoming Pittodrie Premiership matches against Ross County and St Johnstone has been turned down by the Scottish Government.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has revealed the club is willing to make Pittodrie available for use in the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Aberdeen are submitting a request to have 1,000 fans at next month’s meeting with Ross County and hope to have more than 2,000 at their Boxing Day clash against St Johnstone.
Captain Joe Lewis has challenged Aberdeen to prove their strength during the ongoing injury crisis, as they prepare to take on St Mirren in the Betfred Cup.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster has made a public appeal to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after requesting an emergency meeting over the return of fans to Scottish football.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has confirmed the £50 million stadium project in Kingsford will still go ahead despite the Covid-19 crisis.
Chairman Dave Cormack warned Aberdeen will not sell their top stars on the cheap despite suffering multi-million losses in the Covid crisis.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon must open immediate discussions with Scottish football to produce a plan to get fans back to stadiums.
No discussions and no plan equals no hope as Dave Cormack warns Scottish football is facing disaster with no supporters in stadiums.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says Scottish football faces a bigger crisis than when Covid-19 first hit if there is no plan to get fans back.
The return of supporters to stadiums in Scotland must be placed high on the agenda in any discussions between football authorities and the government.
Aberdeen say a survey of Dons fans has revealed 92% feel ready to return to games at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has called for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and national clincal director Jason Leitch to open up immediate dialogue on the return of fans to stadiums.
North-east football chiefs and city leaders have united in calls for fans to be admitted to games - as one chairman warned of the "devastating" impact of empty stadia on clubs.
Aberdeen and Sky Sports have released a joint statement revealing the broadcaster has apologised over a video posted on social media in the build-up to Sunday's 3-3 draw with Celtic.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack admits the Dons’ future recruitment plans will be affected the longer fans are kept out of Scottish football grounds.
Boss Derek McInnes insists it’s important the Dons are proactive in the bid to get fans back into stadiums.