Aberdeen legend Neil Simpson says Sir Alex Ferguson made it clear his team had to lift the 1985 League Cup and complete his set of Scottish silverware.
McInnes on Betfred Cup final psychology: Aberdeen now know they can beat Celtic and Rangers in their heartlands
The psychological advantage of finally beating the Old Firm in Glasgow will prove vital in the Betfred Cup final, according to Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
Former Don Ryan Fraser will be cheering on Aberdeen in the League Cup final and insists they are good enough to lift the trophy.
Ryan Christie admits if it wasn’t for Aberdeen it’s unlikely he would have a part to play for Celtic in the League Cup final.
Billy Stark played in an Aberdeen side that won at Hampden regularly.
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.
The management team at Aberdeen have called for the 20,000-strong Red Army to make their voices heard at Hampden.
Boss Derek McInnes can feel the need within the Aberdeen fanbase to witness another trophy win and aims to deliver that at Hampden.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today claimed leaving out players for the Betfred Cup final against Celtic will be one of his toughest decisions as a manager.
Winger Niall McGinn made an unlikely return to Pittodrie in January, after a short spell in South Korea, with the hope of securing more trophy glory.
An Aberdeen kickboxer has helped play host to an event with nearly 100 young people at Hampden.
Defender Shay Logan today claimed Aberdeen’s heart and fight can lead them to Betfred Cup glory against a Celtic he admits are a better team.
Injured Reynolds been there, done it and is helping Aberdeen team-mates prepare for Betfred Cup final
Mark Reynolds admits it will be hard to sit in the stand on Sunday when Aberdeen face Celtic in the Betfred Cup final.
Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie is ready to use the late heartache of the 2017 Scottish Cup final to fuel the bid for silverware at Hampden.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks hopes the club can capitalise on potential League Cup success.
After the pain of losing two finals at Wembley last season Max Lowe is determined to make it third time lucky at Hampden on Sunday.
Andrew Dallas has been appointed referee for this weekend’s Betfred Cup final between Aberdeen and Celtic. Dallas will be assisted at Hampden by Graeme Stewart and Frank Connor. Nick Walsh is the fourth official.
A rallying call has gone out for Dons supporters to create a fans display at the League Cup final.
Dons defender Mikey Devlin will be given until a Friday deadline to prove his fitness for the Betfred Cup final.
The Betfred Cup final may be looming but midfielder Dom Ball insists Aberdeen will not take their eye off the Premiership campaign.
Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin is rated as a “long shot” to make the BetFred Cup final next Sunday.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish insists his squad understand the significance of beating Israel tonight and is confident they will rise to the challenge.
Aberdeen face a nervous sweat over the fitness of defender Mikey Devlin for the Betfred Cup final.
Peterhead have won their last seven games – but Ryan Dow says they can still get better.
Aberdeen have thanked the Red Army for snapping up tickets for League Cup final.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie today challenged the Dons to rocket back into the Premiership’s top six before the Betfred Cup final.
New deal on the cards for Aberdeen’s Betfred Cup hero Ferguson and team news for Premiership clash with Hamilton
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes Hampden goal hero Lewis Ferguson can inspire any player who suffers a setback.
Derek McInnes today insisted it was important every Dons fan who travelled to the Betfred League Cup semi-final should have the chance to buy a ticket for the final.
Dons defender Shay Logan could be in hot water over a social media post in the aftermath of the Betfred Cup semi-final win over Rangers.
Semi hero Lewis Ferguson said finals were the reason he joined Aberdeen after he headed the Dons past Rangers at Hampden in the Betfred Cup.