Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie and Scott McKenna have been confirmed in the Scotland starting line-up to face Kazakhstan in today's Euro 2020 qualifier in Astana (3pm).
Scott McKenna insists Scotland don’t want to be relying on their play-off back-up to get to Euro 2020.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson has not given up hope of facing Kazakhstan on Thursday despite missing the team flight to undergo dental surgery.
Derek McInnes hopes this week’s international break will allow his bruised and battered squad to regroup.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has hailed Scott McKenna for blazing a trail into the first team for the club’s youth players.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie and defender Scott McKenna have been selected in Alex McLeish's latest Scotland squad.
After shutting out Celtic, Scott McKenna aims to do the same to Rangers and book Aberdeen’s place in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Joe Lewis insists team-mate Scott McKenna won’t repeat the mistake he made the last time Aberdeen played Rangers.
In a fiery fixture given the added edge of a Hampden semi-final at stake boss Derek McInnes today urged the Dons to keep their cool no matter how heated the tie gets.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is looking forward to another “box-office battle” between Alfredo Morelos and Scott McKenna – but wants it to go the distance this time.
ABERDEEN slumped to a dismal 2-0 loss to relegation battling Hamilton as their nightmare form at Pittodrie hit a fresh low.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted Scott McKenna will learn from the red card setback that ruled him out for three games.
Mikey Devlin has backed fellow Dons defender Scott McKenna to come back stronger than ever after his Rangers red card.
Defender Andy Considine warned the Dons have no fear of any team in the bid to lift the Scottish Cup for the first time since 1990.
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged Aberdeen to use the pain of their 4-2 loss to Rangers as motivation to chase down the Ibrox side.
Aberdeen attackers Bruce Anderson and Scott Wright are expected to complete transfer deadline day loan moves to Dunfermline and Dundee.
Aberdeen were today braced for a transfer deadline day swoop for Scotland international defender Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen have knocked back a £5 million bid from Stoke City for centre-back Scott McKenna, according to reports. The Dons have previously rejected offers from Aston Villa – who bid £6.5m, Celtic and Hull City for the Scotland international. McKenna is currently sidelined for two to three games with a hamstring injury.
Aberdeen moved into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a clinical 4-1 defeat of League One Stenhousemuir in a replay at Ochilview.
Aberdeen face a sweat over the fitness of Scott McKenna as the defender was today set to undergo a scan to assess a hamstring injury.
Lewis wants Aberdeen to keep building squad and end window with Scotland internationals still at Pittodrie
Keeper Joe Lewis is convinced boss Derek McInnes is building an Aberdeen squad that can deliver glory.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted he is working on the basis Gary Mackay-Steven will be at Pittodrie beyond the transfer window.
Another transfer window, and Dons boss Derek McInnes expects more interest and potential bids for Scotland international Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai continues today with more warm weather training sessions. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai gets fully under way today with the squad’s first warm weather training session. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Aberdeen are heading to Dubai for warm weather training during the Premiership shutdown. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp. Follow here:
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes accepts it is a challenge to retain top players ahead of clubs with bigger financial clout but it is a battle he is ready to face.
A couple have chosen to name their son after a Dons ace – after he was born on the same day his namesake scored a winning goal against Rangers.
Defender Scott McKenna today claimed there are no excuses for losing to St Johnstone and dropping back into the bottom six.
The relentless fight of Aberdeen’s win over Rangers – their second in a row over the Ibrox team – will warm the Red Army through the cold December nights.