Boss Derek McInnes today claimed finishing second in the Premiership has shut up Rangers and Hibs who both claimed they were better than Aberdeen.
GMS on his surprise appearance v Rangers: ‘I woke up feeling good, or better, but I was dying to play’
Winger Gary Mackay-Steven will play through the pain if it helps Aberdeen win the race to be Scotland’s best-of-the-rest side.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident Aberdeen can end a 14-year league drought at Parkhead to secure a Premiership runners-up climax.
Aberdeen's bid for a runners-up finish will now go right to the wire with a nerve-wracking last-day finale.
Six people have been charged in connection with anti-social behavior following this weekend's Scottish Premiership clash between Aberdeen and Hibs.
ABERDEEN retained second spot in the Premiership despite being held 0-0 by rivals Hibs at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today insisted his side have not been given the recognition they deserve this season for pushing for a Premiership runners-up finish.
Dons winger Niall McGinn aims to finish second in the Premiership to shut up all the talk about Rangers.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is totally focused on the remaining three games in the fight to finish Premiership runners-up.
Police have warned football fans they will clamp down on any antisocial behaviour at a crunch match in the city.
Aberdeen’s utility man Dominic Ball is focused on playing as much as he can to help the Dons’ charge for second place.
Adam Rooney is determined to help the Dons make it into Europe again so he can add to his fine scoring record in continental competition.
It’s been tough for big Sam Cosgrove but he will have a better memory of a first full debut says Dons boss McInnes
Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident January signing Sam Cosgrove has eradicated memories of a nightmare debut with an impressive first start.
Willie Miller: Cracker in store as Hibs come north to take on Dons with bids for second spot still in balance
I was at two games this weekend, and they’ve set up a potential cracker on Saturday.
Boss Derek McInnes today warned their Premiership rivals the Dons can beat anyone in the scrap to finish runners-up.
ANALYSIS: Dons throw down the gauntlet to Rangers and Hibs as battle of nerves starts for second spot
Aberdeen piled the pressure on Rangers and Hibs in a race for second that will be decided as much by nerves as football quality.
More than £500K of a difference between Premiership second and fourth but pride more important for Aberdeen boss McInnes
As the race to finish Premiership runners-up enters the home straight Derek McInnes insists the pride of being the nation’s second force is Aberdeen’s main motivation – not cash.
Aberdeen Under-20s boss Paul Sheerin insists the Scottish Youth Cup final against Hibs will be totally different to Tuesday’s league encounter.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie accepts the pressure is on Aberdeen to end their recent slump in form - but insists the Reds can handle the heat.
Midfielder Kenny McLean accepts Aberdeen now face their toughest battle for second spot.
Defender Andy Considine reckons the Dons need to break their dismal run against Celtic to pay back their fans and deliver a message to Scottish football.
Analysis: It’s tight at the top as Dons are joined by Rangers and Hibs in the three-way fight for second
Aberdeen now face a nervy three-way scrap for second spot, and Europe, that looks set to go right to the wire this season.
Boss Derek McInnes today claimed the Dons are up for the fight to secure second spot despite being “murdered” in a 2-0 loss to rivals Hibs.
Aberdeen winger Niall McGinn admits undergoing minor surgery last December was the catalyst for his quick-fire return to form on his Pittodrie return.
Boss Derek McInnes today put the Dons on red alert about the attacking prowess of Hibs at Easter Road.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today claimed Stevie May’s return from injury is like signing a new striker.
There will be a minute's applause for former Hibs star Liam Miller ahead of Aberdeen's game at Easter Road on Saturday.
Winger Gary Mackay-Steven has been terrorising defenders recently but today warned his best is yet to come.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident the Dons will deal with the loss of Graeme Shinnie.
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to go into their Scottish Cup quarter-final on a high by flying in the Premiership race.