Derek McInnes is confident Lewis Ferguson will bring edge and aggression back to the Aberdeen team.
If this is the strongest Aberdeen squad assembled by Derek McInnes, they have to step up and prove it.
Previously kings of the road with an astonishing year-long unbeaten run, Aberdeen have lost their away form at the worst possible time.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is encouraged the SFA have apologised for the Covid chaos that leaves him without three key players.
Having recently made his debut for Jamaica, Aberdeen full-back Greg Leigh is desperate to star in the 2022 World Cup.
Defeat to Rangers was very disappointing – but Aberdeen need to ensure it is only a blip because this can still be a successful season.
Buckie Thistle to wait longer for fan return, after Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup clash with Aberdeen moved to January
Tonight’s Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup quarter-final clash between Buckie Thistle and Aberdeen has been postponed until January.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says he’d ‘never’ stop players going away with their countries, but reveals Dons have said no to some staff travelling
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes will not stop Aberdeen players starring for their country during the pandemic, despite concerns over Covid-19 protocols.
Attacker Ryan Hedges has called for perspective after the heavy loss at Rangers, insisting one bad result does not make the Dons a bad team.
Tommie Hoban hopes performing well for the Dons can get him back in the international reckoning.
Derek McInnes hails number nine Ryan Edmondson for taking chance to shine on first start for Aberdeen
Dons boss Derek McInnes hailed striker Ryan Edmondson after he got off the mark for the club.
Aberdeen’s clash with Hamilton tonight is an important fixture for a number of reasons.
Aberdeen need to be more ruthless than they were against Dundee United if they want to keep up with Celtic and Rangers – Marley Watkins
Marley Watkins has called on the Dons to be ruthless when they return to action against Hamilton tonight.
Boss Derek McInnes insists it’s important the Dons are proactive in the bid to get fans back into stadiums.
Talking points: Next few games could see Aberdeen catch Celtic and beat Hoops to Scottish Cup final – but they need to finish attacking moves off
Although still unbeaten on the road domestically in 2020, Aberdeen’s lack of cutting edge in attack resulted in two dropped points.
Ash Taylor says failure to convert chances, not penalty decision, cost Aberdeen in Dundee United stalemate
Defender Ash Taylor admitted the inability to convert multiple chances into goals left Aberdeen frustrated at Tannadice.
Aberdeen have secured a late loan signing on deadline day, landing goalkeeper Gary Woods from Oldham Athletic as short-term cover for injured keeper Tomas Cerny.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes determined to give his depleted Dons squad belief for Hamilton and Celtic games
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes accepts he has just days to inject self belief into his decimated squad.
Winger Jonny Hayes has apologised to Scottish football on behalf of eight Aberdeen players for throwing the Premiership return into chaos.
Peterhead striker Steven Boyd tips former Hamilton Accies team-mate Lewis Ferguson to make senior Scotland squad
Lewis Ferguson can force his way into the Scotland squad sooner rather than later, according to his former team-mate Steven Boyd.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today reassured striker Bruce Anderson his chance to lead the line will come.
Derek McInnes will have been delighted to get 45 minutes into Funso Ojo on his return from a hamstring tear.
Aberdeen moved up to third in the Premiership, with Sam Cosgrove's goal sealing a 1-0 win over struggling Hamilton at chilly Pittodrie.
Derek McInnes is demanding six points from Aberdeen’s two home games before the new year – starting today against Hamilton Accies.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes thinks Dean Campbell is on the path to becoming a top player after the midfielder signed a new deal.
Stewart Milne is set to oversee his final game as Aberdeen chairman this afternoon before stepping down officially at Monday’s annual general meeting.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has hailed the return of Funso Ojo to the first-team fold.
It’s so important for Aberdeen to put a run together in the sequence of games they have coming up.
Aberdeen’s season hinges on finding a rapid solution to their concerning home slump.
Boss Derek McInnes today demanded the Dons get aggressive in their Scottish Cup clash with Rangers.