Aberdeen players Graeme Shinnie, Kenny McLean and Ryan Christie have been named in the Scotland squad for the friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen’s Ryan Christie, Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean could be named in interim boss Malky Mackay’s Scotland squad today.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie insists they can’t let the pain of defeat to Celtic affect them against Ross County tomorrow.
Scotland’s friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie next month is the perfect opportunity for Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie to get his first cap.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie revealed there were no crisis talks after Aberdeen crashed out of the League Cup quarter-final to Motherwell.
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.
Captain Graeme Shinnie today warned Apollon Limassol the Dons will not be fazed by a hostile crowd, searing heat or a physical battle in Cyprus.
Graeme is a natural captain and he plays the game the way our supporters want says Aberdeen manager McInnes
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie recently admitted he looked up to Pittodrie’s legendary captains Willie Miller and Russell Anderson.
Boss Derek McInnes was today confident Aberdeen can finish the job in Cyprus to reach the Europa League play-offs.
Reds can still progress in Europa League but they must shed the problem of slipping up with defensive lapses
Advantage Aberdeen – but the Reds will have to produce another strong performance on the road to progress to the play-offs.
Aberdeen took a step closer to the Europa League play-offs with a 2-1 win over 10 man Apollon Limassol at Pittodrie.
The manager has always been good at taking in strong signings so I am sure he will do that again this summer says Dons skipper Shinnie
Pittodrie skipper Graeme Shinnie today backed boss Derek McInnes to secure top new signings to have the Dons ready for Europe.
Dons boss Derek McInnes says he picked Graeme Shinnie to captain them in the Scottish Cup final because he wants to get the focus back on trying to win the trophy for the first time in 27 years.
The decision to make Graeme Shinnie the Dons captain in the Scottish Cup final was today hailed as a “managerial masterstroke.”
The Dons have today confirmed that Graeme Shinnie will captain his side for this weekend's Scottish Cup final.
Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie has dedicated their long awaited win at Ibrox to the 900 Aberdeen fans who were there to see them do it.
Aberdeen duo Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean could be set for a Scotland call-up for next month's World Cup qualifier against England.
Dons midfielder Graeme Shinnie says they deserve to be criticised for their display in the 2-0 home defeat by St Johnstone.
Boss Derek McInnes hopes Aberdeen can secure reward for their work this season by lifting the Scottish Cup at Hampden on May 27.
Forget the euphoria of reaching a first Scottish Cup final since 2000 and blank out the end of season showpiece against finale against Celtic.
They have been brothers in arms often enough.
Graeme Shinnie called the shock 3-0 defeat to Rangers the "kick up the backside" that Aberdeen needed.
Dons trio Ryan Jack, Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean were praised for their efforts this season.
Gordon Strachan admits he can understand players' frustrations at their omissions from his Scotland squad.
Aberdeen FC were today snubbed by Scotland boss Gordon Strachan with no Pittodrie players in his 30 man squad to face Slovenia and Canada.
Vice-captain Graeme Shinnie today urged the Dons’ out-of-contract stars to follow his lead and sign new deals.
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For the first time in his Dons career Graeme Shinnie had to watch the action rage on from the substitute’ bench at Kilmarnock.
Tenacious, committed, talented and a born winner - Derek McInnes today insisted Graeme Shinnie embodies the type of player he wants to bring to Pittodrie.
Boss Derek McInnes was today hopeful skipper Ryan Jack will follow Jonny Hayes and Graeme Shinnie in signing a new long-term deal.