Aberdeen today signed Republic of Ireland international midfielder Stephen Gleeson on a two year contract.
A Scottish football fan has gone viral after he was filmed being cut short mid-chant.
Alex McLeish described Neale Cooper as everybody’s “best pal” following the death of his former Aberdeen team-mate.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Neale Cooper has been left in a “critical condition” after falling at a block of flats.
Niall McGinn believes the recent Premiership runners-up finish tops the previous three seasons where the Dons claimed second.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes would love to deliver a first league crown since 1985 but admits finances make it virtually impossible.
A welcome party would seem a little much for a new manager, but Rangers’ 5-5 draw against Hibernian might as well have been a tribute to incoming boss Steven Gerrard.
Neil Lennon says he should escape punishment for his on-pitch celebration after seeing his side seal a 5-5 draw against Rangers after accusing the Rangers support of targeting him with sectarian.
Hat-trick hero Jamie Maclaren’s stoppage-time equaliser denied Rangers a famous comeback triumph in a breathless 5-5 draw at Easter Road.
Aberdeen secured second place in the Premiership with a 1-0 win against Celtic at Parkhead, their first win at the venue in a league fixture since October 2004.
Rangers capitalised on the Steven Gerrard feel-good factor as they struck late to grab a crucial 1-0 win over Kilmarnock in the Ladbrokes Premiership.The former Liverpool and England skipper was confirmed as the new Gers boss on Friday after signing a four-year deal.He was not there, however, to see Steve Clarke’s men frustrate the Ibrox faithful for long periods.But the Gers support – so despondent after last week’s 5-0 Old Firm hammering – were cheering again as David Bates grabbed the late winner as they closed to within a point of second-placed rivals Aberdeen.It was a harsh blow on Killie, who had worked so hard to frustrate the hosts. Their first loss to Rangers this season denied them draw which would have sealed fifth place.Gerrard was unveiled, to the delight of 7,000 fans who flooded into Ibrox to welcome the former Liverpool skipper’s arrival.But with the 37-year-old not due to start work until June 1, it has been left to Jimmy Nicholl and Jonatan Johansson to see the side through to the end of what has been yet another tumultuous campaign.Fan group Union Bears launched a silent protest during the last home game against Hearts following their side’s abject display against Celtic at Hampden.But the Gerrard news ensured last week’s latest Hoops humiliation was put to the back of their minds as the atmosphere crackled.Jamie Murphy came close to ratcheting up the noise levels as he was left unmarked in the hole just outside Killie’s box 11 minutes in but the winger shot just wide of the target.Aaron Tshibola was given the chance to take heap fresh doubt into the mind of the hosts as Kris Boyd’s flick-on from a long Stephen O’Donnell throw dropped for him outside the box but the on-loan Aston Villa youngster skied his effort.There was another warning as Eamonn Brophy flashed a ball across goal, a fraction ahead of the on-rushing Boyd.It took the quick reactions of Jak Alnwick to keep Killie out just before the half-hour mark as Boyd hit a powerful free-kick. The keeper did well just to palm the ball out but was up smartly to foil Kirk Broadfoot on the rebound.Gers did finish the half on the charge and only the woodwork denied them the interval lead as Murphy got his head to Andy Halliday’s whipped delivery from the left but saw his effort come back off the crossbar.Nicholl switched Jason Cummings for Ross McCrorie at the change of ends and nearly got an instant reward as the teenager almost found the top corner within seconds of play resuming, before pushing another effort just wide soon after.It looked like the hosts would have to settle for a point but with just five minutes remaining man-of-the-match Bates – making his return after six weeks out injured – bundled home Sean Goss’ deep cross to seal victory.The visitors could have snatched something at the end but Greg Kiltie’s header flew just over.
ABERDEEN retained second spot in the Premiership despite being held 0-0 by rivals Hibs at Pittodrie.
Rangers director of football Mark Allen is convinced Steven Gerrard has all the characteristics to be a top manager.
Six months into his job as Liverpool’s under-18s coach Steven Gerrard admitted he felt he had aged two years.
Steven Gerrard spoke to the media after being appointed Rangers manager on a four-year deal. Here are the best bits….
Steven Gerrard is confident his ability will outweigh his inexperience as he vowed to meet the challenge of being Rangers manager head on.
Rangers today confirmed the appointment of Liverpool and England legend Steven Gerrard as manager on a four-year deal.
Steven Gerrard will hold further talks with Rangers this week having confirmed his interest in succeeding Graeme Murty as manager at Ibrox.
Steven Gerrard has confirmed his interest in taking over as manager of Rangers.
Rangers are stepping up their pursuit of Steven Gerrard after deciding they have had enough of Graeme Murty.
Rangers have called time on Graeme Murty’s Rangers reign just 48 hours after their record thumping by Celtic.
Boss Derek McInnes insists he never doubted the character of his team after their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat.
As the race for Premiership runners-up spot hots up Gary Mackay-Steven admits there is little room for error.
Skipper Scott Brown insists Celtic are “going to get better” after they clinched a seventh successive Ladbrokes Premiership title with a 5-0 win over Rangers at Parkhead on Sunday.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers admits his side should have equalled their record Old Firm win after they clinched their seventh successive Ladbrokes Premiership title in stunning style with a 5-0 thrashing of Rangers at Parkhead.
Celtic clinched their seventh successive Ladbrokes Premiership title in stunning style with a 5-0 thrashing of ragged rivals Rangers at Parkhead.
Rafael Benitez is convinced Steven Gerrard is dreaming of managing Liverpool one day as he prepares to launch the latest phase of his career.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes feels that the post-split run-in and three-way battle to finish second in the Ladbrokes Premiership shows the strength of the split league system.
Aberdeen jumped to second in the Premiership with a dominant 2-0 win over Hearts at Pittodrie.
Steven Gerrard is the “frontrunner” to become the next Rangers boss, according to club sources.