Two men have been injured in a disturbance in Glasgow.
Aberdeen youngster Connor McLennan says he couldn’t believe it after he sealed a win for his boyhood heroes over Rangers at Ibrox.
Police in Glasgow has issued advice to fans ahead of tomorrow night's game at Ibrox.
Cove Rangers Colts were praised for their “heroic” display after they lost 3-0 to Rangers at Ibrox in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Youth Cup.
Cove Rangers youth chief Gary Hake thinks it’s “fantastic” his colts will get to play Rangers at Ibrox.
Keeper Joe Lewis today claimed the Dons medical team are so good he never had any doubt he would go from his Ibrox horror in January to Ibrox ecstasy earlier this week.
Aberdeen midfield battler Dom Ball says “of course” he’d like to stay at Pittodrie longer than next summer after Wednesday’s brilliant win over Rangers.
Dons legend Jim Bett says Aberdeen’s win at Ibrox proves they have the bottle to handle big games.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard slated his side’s lack of discipline and admitted they “failed” the test against Aberdeen.
Cosgrove ‘has nothing to be sorry for’ and won’t be fined after ‘astonishing’ sending off in win over Rangers – Aberdeen boss McInnes
Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed striker Sam Cosgrove will not be hit by a club fine for being sent off at Ibrox.
Pittodrie assistant Tony Docherty today claimed Aberdeen have strikers as good as Rangers’ in-form Alfredo Morelos.
Teenage Dons attacker Connor McLennan today insisted he can handle being pitched in from the start at Ibrox.
Dons striker Sam Cosgrove insists they have to channel their Betfred Cup heartache into getting a win at Ibrox.
The Dons have been charged more than £50,000 for policing at football matches.
Rangers today confirmed the appointment of Liverpool and England legend Steven Gerrard as manager on a four-year deal.
Boss Derek McInnes admits the Dons are hurting after their Ibrox defeat but insists the only way to kill the pain is to beat Kilmarnock.
Joe Lewis says the Dons are determined to prove they are better than Rangers by winning at Ibrox tonight.
ANALYSIS: Rangers were better than form suggested – and Del’s dismal Dons MUST win at Pittodrie to shore up second-place efforts
Aberdeen now face an almighty battle to retain their status as Scotland’s second force.
Boss Derek McInnes is delighted striker Stevie May has found his scoring touch again just before a vital double header with Rangers.
Ibrox win took pressure off – but Dons still have point to prove in race for second spot, says Scott
Aberdeen may no longer have the weight of history on their shoulder when they travel to Ibrox tomorrow but defender Scott McKenna reckons the pressure has not lessened in the slightest.
Boss Derek McInnes today called for the Dons to deliver back-to-back victories over Rangers at Ibrox.
Scott Wright recently penned a contract extension until 2021 to work with manager Derek McInnes.
Rangers have sacked Pedro Caixinha.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today applauded his players for ending 26 years of hurt at Ibrox for the Red Army.
Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie has dedicated their long awaited win at Ibrox to the 900 Aberdeen fans who were there to see them do it.
The Red Army’s 26 year wait for a win at Ibrox is finally over after Aberdeen beat Rangers 2-1 in Glasgow.
Striker Jayden Stockley today vowed to repay the Red Army's faith by finally ending 26 years of Ibrox pain.
Dons legend Paul Mason reckons the time for them to rack up another Old Firm double in Glasgow is long overdue.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today praised his players for piling the pressure on to Rangers in the race for second spot in the Scottish Premiership.
Loan star Wes Burns today targeted a double over Rangers to land a hammer blow in the race for second in the Premiership.