Attacker Ryan Hedges could yet make a shock return from injury this season, Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed.
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.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has confirmed loan star Fraser Hornby’s thigh injury is not as bad as initially feared.
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.
Midfielder Lewis Ferguson warns time is running out for Aberdeen to turn improved performances into points
Midfielder Lewis Ferguson has warned Aberdeen must turn improved performances into wins before it is too late.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes feels his side "owe Celtic one" when they clash again after the Premiership split.
Aberdeen suffered a 1-0 loss to Celtic with a deflected first half goal from Odsonne Edouard the difference 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 must go on the attack from the opening minute to the last to overcome struggling Celtic at Parkhead tomorrow.
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.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes praises Florian Kamberi for shining despite online abuse and lack of training time
Boss Derek McInnes has praised loan star Florian Kamberi for impressing despite suffering online abuse and lack of training time.
Out on loan at Hamilton but striker Bruce Anderson has not given up on his dream of leading Aberdeen’s attack next season and beyond
Striker Bruce Anderson has not given up on his dream of leading the line for Aberdeen next season and beyond.
Aberdeen need to use their first win in seven games as a springboard for a strong finish to the season.
Long-serving attacker Niall McGinn aims to use the remaining games of the season to earn a new Aberdeen deal.
Aberdeen loan star Callum Hendry has no fear of Celtic and has called for the chance to shoot Hoops down
Loan striker Callum Hendry has no fear of Celtic and aims to shoot them down at Parkhead to reignite the bid for third spot.
Aberdeen finally ended the worst scoring drought in the club's 118 year history when defeating Kilmarnock 1-0 at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty calls for social media platforms to clamp down on online trolls following abuse directed at Florian Kamberi
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty has called for social media platforms to clamp down on Internet trolls following the online abuse directed at striker Florian Kamberi.
Florian Kamberi can be the player to make the difference for Aberdeen in the Premiership run-in.
Online abuse directed at loan striker Florian Kamberi condemned as ‘totally unacceptable’ by assistant Tony Docherty
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty has condemned online abuse directed at loan striker Florian Kamberi as 'completely unacceptable'.
Defender Tommie Hoban has called for calm in the midst of the club’s worst-ever scoring drought as he is convinced the loan strikers will deliver goals.
Derek McInnes thinks Florian Kamberi and Fraser Hornby have shown they can end Aberdeen’s goalless run
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is hurt that a new club record for the longest run without a goal was set on his watch.
Derek McInnes says Aberdeen accept they’ll be ‘shot at’ over record goal drought – as boss defends decision to send on-fire striker Bruce Anderson out on loan
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes knows he and his players are "there to be shot at" after setting a new club record for consecutive games without a goal.
Aberdeen set an unwanted club record for the longest run of games without scoring when losing 1-0 at Celtic.
Aberdeen's struggles in front of goal going into tonight's Premiership clash with Celtic are laid bare in the attacking stats from their previous five outings.
Boss Derek McInnes has warned Aberdeen must deliver big performances and wins now - before time runs out.
Midfielder Dean Campbell insists Aberdeen have the belief they can stun Celtic at Parkhead to kick-start the bid for third
With no goals in five games and one win in nine midfielder Dean Campbell accepts Aberdeen are mired deep in the midst of tough times.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has called on his players to help their three new strikers find their feet while chipping in with goals themselves.
Aberdeen need to show they are capable of ending their poor form in the coming games.