Hibernian defender Darren McGregor returned to the classroom in a bid to shape his future.
Michael Devlin admits he and his Aberdeen team-mates are struggling to see how the season can be finished.
Chairman Ronald Gordon has warned Hibernian fans that “difficult decisions” will have to be taken as another Scottish club faced up to the financial implications of the coronavirus crisis.
Football fans in Scotland have found a novel way to feed their appetite for the sport during its postponement by the coronavirus outbreak.
Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempster has welcomed the Government’s offer of wage subsidies but has concerns over how long it could take for the measures to reach Scottish football.
A man broke his kneecap while “goading” a group of football fans at a railway station.
The Scottish Professional Football League is facing a call to declare the current campaign null and void in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross has leapt to the defence of Hampden chiefs Ian Maxwell and Neil Doncaster over their handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Scottish football has gone into shutdown after the players’ union argued that continuing matches behind closed doors was an “unacceptable” risk.
Scottish football has announced an immediate suspension, with all games – including Sunday’s Old Firm derby – postponed until “further notice”.
Aberdeen have a great chance to go on and seize third place in the Premiership.
After the Dons’ troubled start to 2020, midfielder Lewis Ferguson believes confidence and belief have returned at the right time to secure success.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes underlines importance of Europe after Dons strike blow in race for third
Boss Derek McInnes hailed Aberdeen for an “outstanding” fight back that strengthened the bid to finish third.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admitted it was “so important” his side finished the season in third place after victory over 10-man Hibernian moved them to with a point of the Scottish Premiership’s top three.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross wants to see more resolve from his side after they threw away a lead in the wake of Steven Whittaker’s red card on their way to a chastening defeat at the hands of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen came from behind to beat 10-man Hibs for their first league win at Pittodrie this year.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has been backed to bounce back from the “crushing blow” of his season-ending injury.
Winger Connor McLennan today warned it is time for inconsistent Aberdeen to deliver wins as the bid for Europe enters the crunch period.
Aberdeen are closing in on a deal to sign Tommie Hoban if the defender can prove his fitness.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes top scorer Sam Cosgrove will shake off a back injury in time to face Hibernian on Saturday.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine is keeping his “fingers crossed” he can convince Steve Clarke he is worth a maiden Scotland call at the age of 32.
Skipper Joe Lewis today warned Aberdeen the race for Europe is getting too close for comfort.
Aberdeen top scorer Sam Cosgrove could miss tomorrow's Premiership clash with Hibs at Pittodrie with a back injury.
Aberdeen attacker Scott Wright is set to return from knee injury hell this month after fears his season could have been over.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross hopes dangling a European carrot in front of his players will help them get back on track after their derby disappointment.
The football season in Scotland could be “very difficult” to complete should even one club’s first team be affected by the coronavirus outbreak, Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster has warned.
Jack Ross has hinted Hibernian are ready to accept Marc McNulty’s stamping punishment.
Daniel Stendel declared it is ‘happy hour’ for Hearts as he toasted his side’s climb off the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Sean Clare, Oliver Bozanic and Conor Washington were Hearts’ derby heroes as a 3-1 win over Hibernian at Easter Road saw Daniel Stendel’s side clamber off the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Jack Ross insists Hibernian’s “relentless” form rather than recent derby success gives him encouragement for the visit of Hearts on Tuesday night.