Peterhead manager Jim McInally says that Scottish Cup opponents Kelty Hearts targeting Barry Ferguson as their new manager shows their ambition.
Peterhead are still considering whether they will allow on-loan Aaron Norris to play for Formartine United in the Scottish Cup.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper doesn’t want their Scottish Cup loss to affect their Highland League form.
Paul Young hopes Fraserburgh’s battling qualities can serve them well as they look to go on another Scottish Cup run.
Turriff United boss Kris Hunter was proud of his side after their 4-3 defeat to Brora Rangers in the Scottish Cup.
Gary McGowan says Huntly need to learn the lessons from their Scottish Cup first round defeat by East Stirlingshire.
Assistant manager James Duthie wants Fraserburgh to create new Scottish Cup memories this season.
Neil Cooper is hoping his Inverurie Locos team and Fraserburgh can shine under the Friday night lights in the Scottish Cup.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes felt they could have no complaints after defeat to Auchinleck Talbot in the Scottish Cup.
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes has hailed the club and Alan White for making sure the defender is available for tomorrow’s Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen’s utility man Dominic Ball is focused on playing as much as he can to help the Dons’ charge for second place.
Scott McKenna says claiming second spot won’t make up for Dons cup exit but strong finish can ease pain
Scott McKenna says Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Motherwell “will never be put right”.
We need to put cup pain behind us and pick ourselves up for the last five games, says Dons keeper Joe Lewis
Joe Lewis believes Aberdeen’s final five games this season will be a test of the mental strength within the Dons squad.
“A club like Aberdeen should be able to cope without key players. “It (the semi) smacked me between the eyes that the strength of the squad was not good enough."
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was left frustrated that referee Kevin Clancy and his fellow officials failed to spot a hand-ball in the build-up to Motherwell’s opening goal.
Analysis: As Motherwell hoisted balls up, the Dons’ dream crashed down and they took route one out of cup
There will be no cup glory for Aberdeen this season – only the bid to finish second, which no one will remember in years to come.
On-loan midfielder Greg Stewart today admitted Aberdeen let their supporters, their club, the city and their manager down by flopping at Hampden.
Willie Miller: Derek McInnes doesn’t know Dons best 11 … no positives to take from cup exit. Yes, there’s work to do
Aberdeen must get their recruitment of new players right in the summer to ensure they go into the new season with renewed enthusiasm.
The Dons bowed out of the Scottish Cup in dismal fashion as they were beaten by Motherwell at Hampden in the semi final.
Aberdeen v Motherwell: My Dons can handle heat says boss McInnes before Steelmen Scottish Cup challenge
Dons boss Derek McInnes has backed his players to handle the big-game pressure of today’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen v Motherwell: These are the sort of games I was talking about when I signed my extensions claims McKenna
When Scott McKenna committed his long-term future to Aberdeen it was to play in games like today’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Winger Niall McGinn is still haunted by the disappointment of losing last season’s Scottish Cup final – and is gunning for retribution by lifting the trophy this time.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason hopes to get rid of some painful memories in tomorrow’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Motherwell.
Dons boss McInnes: This is the first opportunity for this new squad to get to a final. I’m confident we’ll try to grab it
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes reaching the Scottish Cup final would be a great achievement for his new side.
Aberdeen fans have been warned by police not to bring smoke bombs to a crunch football match tomorrow.
Dons ace Gary Mackay-Steven reckons he is still to show his top form this season.
For a statement of intent in a Scottish Cup semi-final, it rarely gets more dramatic than a goal after just 12 seconds.
Dons boss Derek McInnes urged his players to embrace the occasion when they face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Aberdeen's suspended right-back Shay Logan is “100%” confident whoever replaces him in the Reds defence will help the team to the Scottish Cup final.
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie has no doubts what a win in Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden could do for the Dons’ state of mind.