Until this season – now on hold indefinitely – Derek McInnes and his staff’s success during his seven years at Aberdeen had been built on British and Irish players.
Aberdeen announce £2 million of new investment and wage deferrals to see club through Covid-19 crisis
Aberdeen have announced they have secured a £2 million investment to help get them over a looming £5m funding black hole caused by Scottish football's coronavirus shutdown.
Aberdeen were today set to unveil their blueprint to negotiate the coronavirus crisis – and minimise the impact on lower-paid staff at the club.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has reassured fans the club’s board are working overtime to deliver a plan to survive the coronavirus crisis.
Injured defenders Scott McKenna and Greg Leigh have been undertaking their rehab remotely via FaceTime with Aberdeen’s physios.
Derek McInnes: Aberdeen players have borrowed bikes from Cormack Park gym to make sure they stay fit
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is confident his squad will have retained their fitness when Scottish football finally emerges from the shutdown.
Aberdeen's players are reportedly considering a plan to defer wages during the coronavirus shutdown.
Boss Derek McInnes today reassured supporters Aberdeen will survive the coronavirus crisis – with their help.
Derek McInnes’ tenure as Aberdeen manager has brought arguably the greatest spell of consistency since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club in 1986.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis indicating he would like to stay at the club beyond his current contract is great news.
Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster thinks video assistant referee (VAR) technology could damage the national game’s “brand”.
Dons boss Derek McInnes doesn’t want this season to end prematurely.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has said the decision to suspend Scottish football is the “sensible thing to do”.
Safety first says Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes as coronavirus outbreak threatens Scottish football
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists safety must come first as Scottish football faces being shut down due to the coronavirus.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is not surprised to see Motherwell still challenging for third and feels the battle for European spots will go on beyond Friday’s encounter.
From ‘sweetie paper rustling’ to fortress – Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack wants Pittodrie atmosphere boost
Pittodrie's atmosphere will transform from “sweetie paper rustling” to a fortress next season due to new initiatives, according to Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack.
Derek McInnes: Venezuela international Ronald Hernandez will strengthen Copa America prospects at Aberdeen
Boss Derek McInnes is confident signing for Aberdeen will keep alive Ronald Hernandez’s Copa America dream.
Manager Derek McInnes is relieved to finally have the luxury of midfield selection options as Aberdeen’s season moves into the business end.
Defender Tommie Hoban was today set to return to Aberdeen having travelled down to England at the weekend for the birth of his baby daughter.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes underlines importance of Europe after Dons strike blow in race for third
Boss Derek McInnes hailed Aberdeen for an “outstanding” fight back that strengthened the bid to finish third.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admitted it was “so important” his side finished the season in third place after victory over 10-man Hibernian moved them to with a point of the Scottish Premiership’s top three.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross wants to see more resolve from his side after they threw away a lead in the wake of Steven Whittaker’s red card on their way to a chastening defeat at the hands of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen fought back from behind to beat 10-man Hibs 3-1 at home to keep up the fight for third spot and Europe.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has been backed to bounce back from the “crushing blow” of his season-ending injury.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine is keeping his “fingers crossed” he can convince Steve Clarke he is worth a maiden Scotland call at the age of 32.
Aberdeen top scorer Sam Cosgrove could miss tomorrow's Premiership clash with Hibs at Pittodrie with a back injury.
Boss Derek McInnes praised Aberdeen’s battling spirit after fighting from 2-0 down to salvage a point at Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes applauded his side for overcoming what he believes was a harsh penalty award and battling back to draw 2-2 at Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen fought back from two goals down after just 23 minutes to draw 2-2 with Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Manager Derek McInnes has challenged Aberdeen to find their edge in the fight for Europe.