Scotland failed to build on John McGinn’s early opener as a 2-1 home defeat by Russia left their hopes of automatic qualification for Euro 2020 hanging by a thread.
Aberdeen fans hit out at ‘double standards’ after ScotRail put on extra carriages for ‘glory-hunters’
One fans' group described ScotRail's actions as disappointing, accusing them of "pandering to glory-hunters, who have only ever seen the team they apparently support on television, and not real fans who support their local team and follow them all over the country"
Aberdeen’s Rachel Corsie described Scotland’s Hampden experience as “incredible” after they beat Jamaica 3-2 in their final match before next month’s World Cup in France.
Shelley Kerr believes it would be a “watershed moment” for Scottish women’s football if her side can attract a crowd of more than 10,000 for their friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park tonight.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes won't be on the touchline for Saturday's league clash with Celtic - after he was handed a one-game ban by the SFA.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison believes they deserve to be in League 1 and hopes they can make that happen this weekend.
Ryan Dow insists Peterhead can’t feel sorry for themselves or it will wreck their hopes of winning the League Two title.
Aberdeen boss McInnes and staff have spoken to ‘each and every’ player in wake of Scottish Cup semi loss
Derek McInnes and his staff have talked through their Hampden agony with “each and every one” of the Aberdeen players this week.
Willie Miller: Chairman Milne might need to have word with Aberdeen staff and players after Scottish Cup meltdown
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne may need to have a word with Derek McInnes about the lack of discipline at Hampden.
EXCLUSIVE: Police probe into sectarian chanting aimed at Aberdeen’s McInnes during Scottish Cup semi
Police Scotland have launched an investigation into sectarian abuse aimed at Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
‘First emotion that comes to mind is frustration then annoyance’ says Aberdeen’s Cosgrove after Hampden humiliation
Sam Cosgrove was frustrated the Dons couldn’t show what they were capable of against Celtic after ending the Scottish Cup semi-final with nine men.
After a Hampden horror show 12 months ago, some thought it may be the end of Dom Ball’s Aberdeen career.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has backed his players to prove the doubters wrong against Celtic in the Scottish Cup.
It's been a whirlwind 12 months for Lewis Ferguson and he wants to cap it off by reaching the Scottish Cup final.
In recent years Derek McInnes has faced a constant battle to keep Aberdeen competitive – despite losing some of his best players.
Lewis Ferguson has called on the Dons to do something special and complete an Old Firm Scottish Cup double.
Connor McLennan, Greg Stewart and Dean Campbell will all be available for Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic, according to Derek McInnes.
Former Don Willo Flood insists it’s only a matter of time before Derek McInnes leads Aberdeen to Scottish Cup glory.
With Graeme Shinnie out of Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final due to suspension Derek McInnes didn’t have to look far for a replacement captain.
Aberdeen vice-chairman Cormack wants Europa League silver for coffers and silverware in form of Scottish Cup
Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack says reaching the Scottish Cup final will be an “opportunity to generate more income” for the club.
Aberdeen winger Connor McLennan says the Dons are “as confident as ever” they can beat Celtic and reach the Scottish Cup final.
Scotrail has warned passengers travelling to and from the north-east this weekend to consider their travel options.
McInnes hails Cosgrove for ‘following in Rooney’s footsteps’ after he reaches 20 goals for season against Dundee
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes said hitman Sam Cosgrove has followed in the footsteps of Adam Rooney after his double against Dundee brought him to 20 strikes for the season.
Aberdeen have been handed 17,500 tickets for next month's Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes being familiar with Hampden will help his players in their Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic.
Aberdeen will take on Celtic in their Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday April 14.
Aberdeen set to play Celtic in Scottish Cup semi at Hampden – if they can get past Rangers in replay
Aberdeen will play Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals at Hampden - if they can get through their replay with Rangers at Ibrox a week tomorrow.
In a fiery fixture given the added edge of a Hampden semi-final at stake boss Derek McInnes today urged the Dons to keep their cool no matter how heated the tie gets.
Boss Derek McInnes today called for the Reds to find the perfect blend in the league showdown with rivals Rangers.
SFA president Alan McRae wants to get the Tartan Army flocking back to Hampden – but admits good results are the only way that will happen.