Graeme Shinnie has said he can't see himself getting back in the Scotland side after the national team's nightmare in Astana.
Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie and Scott McKenna have been confirmed in the Scotland starting line-up to face Kazakhstan in today's Euro 2020 qualifier in Astana (3pm).
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie is delighted to have made a 3,500-mile return to Kazakhstan as he targets a sixth Scotland cap.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie and defender Scott McKenna have been selected in Alex McLeish's latest Scotland squad.
Former Don Paul Quinn believes keeping long-serving Andy Considine would be a great piece of business for Aberdeen.
Former Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson insists the commitment of skipper Graeme Shinnie cannot be questioned.
Club captain Shinnie’s contract expires at the end of the season and he has yet to make a call on whether he will be at Pittodrie next season.
The importance of securing captain Graeme Shinnie on a new contract was underlined by a deadly double from the Scotland international.
Boss Derek McInnes admits Aberdeen are “hanging on to” the hope Graeme Shinnie will sign a new deal.
Derek McInnes will hope to persuade captain Graeme Shinnie into extending his stay at Aberdeen after his two-goal salvo at St Johnstone on Saturday.
Club captain Graeme Shinnie today accepted Aberdeen’s Pittodrie slump is concerning and demanded an immediate improvement at home.
Striker Stevie May was replaced at half-time in the Scottish Cup tie but Derek McInnes insists it was not a slight on his performance.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has said there is "nothing in" reports of captain Graeme Shinnie nearing a pre-contract agreement with Wigan.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie could be set to leave the club in the summer for Wigan Athletic, according to reports.
Lewis wants Aberdeen to keep building squad and end window with Scotland internationals still at Pittodrie
Keeper Joe Lewis is convinced boss Derek McInnes is building an Aberdeen squad that can deliver glory.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted he is working on the basis Gary Mackay-Steven will be at Pittodrie beyond the transfer window.
Dons boss Derek McInnes confirmed today he will use the remaining time in Dubai to try to convince skipper Graeme Shinnie to sign a new contract.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai continues today with more warm weather training sessions. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai gets fully under way today with the squad’s first warm weather training session. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Aberdeen are heading to Dubai for warm weather training during the Premiership shutdown. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp. Follow here:
Skipper Graeme Shinnie will jet off to Dubai with the Dons tomorrow – less than 24 hours after returning home from the United Arab Emirates’ city.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes accepts it is a challenge to retain top players ahead of clubs with bigger financial clout but it is a battle he is ready to face.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie insists he would have bitten your hand off six weeks ago for a top-of-the-table showdown with Celtic.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie says his contract situation won’t affect his performances.
‘No ultimatums’ but Aberdeen boss McInnes hopes he’ll know if Shinnie and Mackay-Steven are staying by January
Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed hopes for an answer from Graeme Shinnie and Gary Mackay-Steven on their future by January.
Graeme Shinnie says seeing Gary Mackay-Steven being knocked out was the worst injury he has seen on a football pitch.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie accused Celtic of lacking class after they beat the Dons in the League Cup final.
The vast majority of Aberdonians inside Celtic Park on March 16 2014 were sent into raptures when Adam Rooney slammed his League Cup-winning penalty past Dean Brill – but current captain Graeme Shinnie wasn’t among them.
Since signing for his home city club Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has been desperate to lift a trophy and is confident he can do that at Hampden tomorrow.
Join legends Miller, McLeish and rest is the call to Aberdeen skipper Shinnie ahead Betfred Cup final
Boss Derek McInnes wants Graeme Shinnie to take his spot among Aberdeen’s legendary captains by lifting the Betfred Cup at Hampden.