Hamilton skipper Brian Easton is delighted to see Ross Callachan thrive with a bit of love.
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.
St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson hailed the character of Guy Melamed after the striker bounced back from his Hampden disappointment to net a late equaliser at Hamilton.
Guy Melamed bounced back from his Betfred Cup final snub to net an impressive late equaliser for St Johnstone in a 1-1 draw at Hamilton.
Sean Wallace column: It’s now win-or-bust for Aberdeen if they’re going to beat Hibs to Premiership’s third spot
Aberdeen have no room for error before the Premiership split if they are to keep alive the bid to finish third.
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.
Marios Ogkmpoe has been ruled out of Hamilton’s clash with St Johnstone on Wednesday night.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen need maximum points from Hamilton and Dundee United clashes to have chance of third
Aberdeen can’t afford any slip-ups before the top-six split in the race to secure third spot.
Furious Hamilton boss Brian Rice has demanded more respect from referees after hinting at an Easter Road snub from official Craig Napier.
Aberdeen must go on the attack from the opening minute to the last to overcome struggling Celtic at Parkhead tomorrow.
Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson has been showing Premiership pedigree on loan at Hamilton Accies, with Brian Rice's system appearing to help the striker get off to a fast start.
Hamilton have succeeded in overturning defender Jamie Hamilton’s Easter Road red card.
Hamilton have confirmed they will appeal the red card shown to defender Jamie Hamilton against Hibernian on Saturday.
The Scottish Football Association is bracing itself for some tough questions after admitting it allowed an assistant referee to officiate in a match when he should have been self-isolating.
The Scottish Football Association has apologised for a “breakdown in internal process” that led to an assistant referee officiating in Saturday’s Premiership match between Hibernian and Hamilton when he should have been self-isolating.
Josh Doig insisted that Hibernian have shrugged off Betfred Cup disappointment following his landmark contribution to their fine Scottish Premiership campaign.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice insists Jamie Hamilton’s early dismissal in the 2-0 defeat by Hibernian “100 per cent” changed the Scottish Premiership encounter at Easter Road.
Martin Boyle was the key protagonist in Hibernian’s 2-0 Scottish Premiership win over 10-man Hamilton at Easter Road.
Hibernian have an unnamed player self-isolating ahead of Saturday’s clash with Hamilton after contracting Covid-19.
Worried Hibernian boss Jack Ross confessed he had to be talked into giving Scott Allan the green light to make his return from heart trouble.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice says he is just as happy as Hibernian to see Scott Allan back after revealing his own heart scare.
Bruce Anderson admits Aberdeen’s scoring woes are not his problem to worry about but saving Hamilton from the drop is.
Brian Rice admits he has Derek McInnes to thank after seeing Hamilton go three games unbeaten for the first time this season.
St Mirren were stung by Bruce Anderson’s sucker punch as Hamilton claimed a valuable 1-1 draw in Paisley.
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin does not have his injury worries to seek ahead of the visit of Hamilton.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice admits he always has to keep his emotions in check.
St Mirren keeper Jak Alnwick insisted Hamilton deserve the same level of attention as the Old Firm as he prepared for Wednesday’s visit of Accies.
Brian Rice admits Hamilton’s derby dominance is hard to explain but the Accies head coach knows his players will always be up for games against Motherwell.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice hailed his players for following up their impressive display against Rangers by beating local rivals Motherwell 4-1 at Fir Park.