Steven Gerrard admitted Rangers cannot afford to stand still after their Old Firm success if they want to overtake Celtic in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Steven Gerrard has warned his Rangers players that opponents will be even more determined to beat them now they are top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Six months of Brechin’s season from hell helped prepare rising teenage star Connor McLennan for his Dons breakthrough.
Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney aims to book a Scottish Cup final berth on the back of vaulting back up to second spot in the Premiership table.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis was today set to make his comeback against St Johnstone after two months out injured – but winger Niall McGinn was ruled out for the league clash.
Boss Derek McInnes today insisted Scotland cap Scott McKenna will be at Pittodrie for the long haul.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis today insisted he is fit for selection following the international break after recovering from knee surgery.
Aberdeen’s Logan: This season hasn’t been as good for me as previous ones – but I’ll try to get back to my flippin’ best
Shay Logan admits he hasn’t been at his best this season – but the Aberdeen defender insists he will rediscover his great form of previous campaigns.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis is set to make his comeback from long-term injury next week.
Defender Andy Considine warned the Dons are greedy and aim to secure second spot in the league – and Scottish Cup glory.
Boss Derek McInnes today reassured the Red Army that Aberdeen will rediscover their form to finish the season strongly.
ANALYSIS: Lack of cutting edge hampers Aberdeen as season-defining Scottish Cup tie with Kilmarnock looms
Aberdeen's fight for second spot is faltering and they cannot let their Scottish Cup bid go the same way.
Aberdeen's Anthony O’Connor admits it is likely he will decide his future at the end of the season.
Aberdeen striker Stevie May is confident his return from injury is permanent after a previous comeback stalled.
10 games left to prove Aberdeen are Premiership’s second force – and it all kicks off at Firhill against hungry Partick
Only 10 Premiership games remain in the Dons’ battle to retain the status of Scotland’s second force – and boss Derek McInnes today warned every one will be a battle.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie accepts the pressure is on Aberdeen to end their recent slump in form - but insists the Reds can handle the heat.
Aberdeen gaffer Derek McInnes today claimed the poor state of the Pittodrie surface is unacceptable and is hindering his side’s play.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen will have to raise their game for Premiership and Scottish Cup as season comes to a climax
The next few weeks are going to be important in defining Aberdeen’s season.
‘Sam is one of us’ – Aberdeen boss McInnes backs debutant striker after tackle on Celtic captain Scott Brown
Dons boss Derek McInnes today vowed to stand by Sam Cosgrove and insisted his nightmare debut will not define his Pittodrie career.
Anthony O’Connor reckons the Aberdeen squad owe manager Derek McInnes a good performance.
Dons boss Derek McInnes insists there are still positives to take from losing a 10th straight game to Celtic.
Down but not out, Gary Mackay-Steven insists losing a 10th successive game to Celtic has not derailed the Dons’ belief they can still have a successful season.
Willie Miller: Failure to beat Old Firm this season puts more focus on Scottish Cup to give Aberdeen a lift
Aberdeen's failure to take anything from six games against Celtic and Rangers this season is a concern.
Boss Derek McInnes today claimed “moments of madness” condemned the Dons to a 10th straight defeat to Celtic.
Analysis: Hoops hoodoo continues as Reds fail to land a blow on the league leaders – with time running out
Aberdeen's nightmare run against Celtic continues with a 10th successive defeat that killed any slim hopes of a title push.
Pittodrie legend Frank McDougall today claimed Aberdeen must face Celtic with the belief they can beat the league leaders.
Dons boss Derek McInnes accepts Graeme Shinnie’s style will land him suspensions – but wouldn’t change a thing about his skipper.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to rediscover their hunger for the toughest game of the season – facing Celtic.
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.