Aberdeen have announced they have secured a £2 million investment to help get them over a looming £5m funding black hole caused by Scottish football's coronavirus shutdown.
Aberdeen dream of playing for his home city club.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has reassured fans the club’s board are working overtime to deliver a plan to survive the coronavirus crisis.
Injured defenders Scott McKenna and Greg Leigh have been undertaking their rehab remotely via FaceTime with Aberdeen’s physios.
Peterhead skipper Scott Brown hopes the pay deal struck between the club and their players suits all parties.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is confident his squad will have retained their fitness when Scottish football finally emerges from the shutdown.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke and Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell have taken a 10 per cent wage cut as the coronavirus crisis continues to take its toll.
A decision must be made by Uefa by the end of April on what is happening with the rest of this season.
Defender Mikey Devlin revealed Aberdeen have been utilising technology to stay mentally and physically fit during the coronavirus lockdown.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Jim Bett thinks the football authorities have no option but to find a way to finish the season.
Aberdeen’s head of youth academy coaching Gavin Levey thinks every youngster should be coming back from the coronavirus shutdown a better player.
Boss Derek McInnes today reassured supporters Aberdeen will survive the coronavirus crisis – with their help.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster is confident the Red Army will safeguard Aberdeen’s future through the coronavirus crisis.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison has thanked players and staff for volunteering to go without pay during the coronavirus pandemic.
Aberdeen fanzine The Red Final has pledged to buy a season ticket on behalf of a Dons fan to help support the club.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Gary Dempsey is trying to alleviate mental health issues during the coronavirus crisis by offering free online fitness workouts every day.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has said wage cuts are not inevitable at the club during the coronavirus shutdown - after fans rallied round to support the Dons in their hour of need.
Aberdeen have lost out on almost £250,000 to Motherwell in SPFL payments because they were a point behind the Steelmen when football went into indefinite shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Jim McInally admits his day job has put football in perspective.
Gothenburg Great Willie Miller has praised Aberdeen’s #StillStandingFree initiative to help the community during the coronavirus crisis.
Derek McInnes’ tenure as Aberdeen manager has brought arguably the greatest spell of consistency since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club in 1986.
Aberdeen legend Brian Irvine believes that from adversity grows strength and unity, from which better times will inevitably follow.
If the Scottish season cannot be completed clubs must abide by tough decisions even if that means Hearts being relegated.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has revealed the club are facing £5 million in outgoings during Scottish football's coronavirus shutdown with no expected income.
A 33-game Scottish Premiership season is one proposal that could be considered by the SPFL and Scottish FA for the 2020-21 campaign.
Brora Rangers have been crowned Highland League champions after clubs agreed to end the 2019-20 season early.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley will not put his players’ health at risk by asking them to keep training together.
Peterhead have had to make drastic changes to how their non-playing staff operate as they try to stave off financial problems during football’s shutdown.
Peterhead captain and PFA Scotland management committee member Scott Brown says the football shutdown is an uncertain time for players across the country.
Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster thinks video assistant referee (VAR) technology could damage the national game’s “brand”.