Inverurie Locos captain Neil McLean and manager Neil Cooper were frustrated after drawing 0-0 with Forres Mechanics at Harlaw Park.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally insists they are good enough to beat Cowdenbeath, despite an injury crisis.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper is determined not to let a midweek defeat at Fraserburgh knock their confidence.
The football season is well and truly under way, meaning that by now Fifa 17 feels just a little bit dated.
A hearing into plans for a new £50 million Dons stadium is underway.
Councillors are today hearing from both sides of the Kingsford Stadium debate in a special pre-determination meeting. The final decision on the application is due to be made in October. We’ll be live throughout the hearing via the live blog below, on Facebook and Twitter.
92% of Evening Express website readers back the Kingsford stadium plans according to a new poll.
Youth football team hoping to hit back of the net with effort to land funds in CommunitEE Chest giveaway
An Aberdeen youth sports team hopes to score big with the Evening Express CommunitEE Chest cash giveaway.
Applications to build a new stadium have cost Aberdeen Football Club in the region of £5 million, it has been revealed.
Formartine United midfielder Wayne Mackintosh says the players were sad to see manager Kris Hunter leave North Lodge Park, but insists they now need to concentrate on the future.
Aberdeen striker Jayden Stockley today signed a permanent deal at Exeter City in League Two in a club record deal.
Boss Derek McInnes today warned that the Dons’ winning mentality remains despite a squad overhaul.
Temporary Formartine United manager Jerry O’Driscoll was pleased with their 4-2 win at Turriff United but insists it won’t make him apply for the permanent job.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran heaped praise on hat-trick hero Sam Burnett after they beat Deveronvale 4-1 at Harlaw Park, Inverurie.
The Red Army will be travelling en-masse to Edinburgh next weekend as the Dons confirm they have sold out their initial allocation.
Celtic, Rangers, Hearts and Hibs … McInnes doesn’t care about the others but will focus only on getting his work right at Dons
Aberdeen are clear at the top of the Premiership table after a scorching domestic start ...
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran today insisted he will only add to his table toppers if the right player is available.
Stevie and I can definitely build a strike partnership at Aberdeen but it’s not just about us – there are top players all over this team
Scottish Premiership defenders beware – goal hero Adam Rooney reckons he can forge a lethal partnership with Scotland cap Stevie May.
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Premiership-topping Dons not to let up in their superb winning start to the domestic season.
Willie Miller: This is a different Aberdeen now with a group of players capable of turning games with talent
Aberdeen may be top of the table but their major chance of success is winning a trophy this season as they are strong enough to lift silverware.
Aberdeen moved clear at the top of the Premiership after edging a seven-goal thriller against Partick Thistle.
New Inverurie Locos signing Matthew McDonald is relishing the opportunity to make his debut against Huntly having signed on at the Harlaw Park club.
The manner in which Barcelona lost Neymar to Paris St Germain was already ultra-embarrassing and ultra-damaging …
Pittodrie boss Derek McInnes today insisted Aberdeen will not underestimate the threat of pointless Partick Thistle.
I will be watching the McGregor-Mayweather fight but first and foremost all my concentration will be on getting three points
Aberdeen's Anthony O’Connor has already recreated UFC champion Conor McGregor’s “Notorious” celebration.
Jurgen Klopp felt his Liverpool side were rewarded for more than a year of hard work as they secured qualification for the Champions League group stages.
Aberdeen FC Ladies return to action after the summer holidays when they host Stirling University at Heathryfold Park on Sunday (kick-off 1pm).
Shinnie: ‘Strength of the squad is brilliant and the players who started against Dundee will have to keep standards high’
Skipper Graeme Shinnie today warned no player’s starting place is safe despite Aberdeen’s 100% winning start to the domestic campaign.
Inverurie Locos have signed striker Matt McDonald, 21, from Cove Rangers on a two-year deal.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is “disappointed but not surprised” none of his players have made the latest Scotland squad.