Dons star Shay Logan has been praised by manager Derek McInnes for the way he handled racist abuse on social media.
Defender Shay Logan is determined to claim Scottish Cup glory for the joy it will bring Aberdeen supporters – and not the medal he will land.
Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen have enjoyed a remarkable run of wins against northern rivals Ross County.
Aberdeen have received a double fitness boost with right-back Shaleum Logan and midfielder Dean Campbell both set to return for the next Premiership clash.
Aberdeen's defensive woes continue as boss Derek McInnes faces being minus three first-team regulars in his back-line to face Ross County.
England legend John Barnes today claimed racism remains rife within British society and abuse at football matches is only the tip of the iceberg.
Defender Shay Logan today confirmed he would be happy to spend the rest of his career at Aberdeen after signing a contract extension.
Right-back Shay Logan has agreed a one-year contract extension with Aberdeen, it has been announced.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has praised returning Shaleum Logan for putting himself forward to start against Celtic despite not being fully fit.
The return of right back Shay Logan to action after three months out following ankle surgery was a major boost for Aberdeen’s bid for Europe.
Aberdeen failed to delay Celtic's title celebrations as they lost 3-0 at Pittodrie.
Defender Shaleum Logan is set to ease Aberdeen’s injury crisis by targeting a comeback against Celtic on Saturday.
Aberdeen’s Shay Logan has been dressed up in a full Celtic kit by pals as he heads for his stag do in Tenerife. Logan is squeezing in the trip during the international break and his mates have taken the opportunity to poke fun at his fractious relationship with the Hoops. He posted this on Twitter:
Aberdeen right-back Shaleum Logan is set to see a specialist this week to further assess the ankle injury which ruled him out of the 2-2 draw with St Mirren.
Aberdeen right-back Shaleum Logan is set to miss today’s Premiership clash against St Mirren with an ankle injury.
Aberdeen striker Bruce Anderson is set to be ruled out for two months after tearing a calf muscle in the 2-1 win at Livingston.
Aberdeen defender Shaleum Logan today admitted he has experienced racism in Scottish football and insists it will not go away.
Shameful and embarrassing: Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes slams racist abuse directed at Celtic’s Sinclair
Boss Derek McInnes today blasted the racist abuse directed at Scott Sinclair by a Dons supporter as “shameful” and “embarrassing”.
Aberdeen right-back Shay Logan today insisted he has no-ill feeling towards Rangers, or any other club, despite recent social media controversy.
Boss Derek McInnes today warned Shay Logan’s social media controversy is a lesson to all Dons players to be careful what they say.
Evening Express chief football writer Sean Wallace's five talking points from Pittodrie after Aberdeen's comfortable 3-0 win over Hamilton in the Premiership.
Dons defender Shay Logan could be in hot water over a social media post in the aftermath of the Betfred Cup semi-final win over Rangers.
Aberdeen right-back Shaleum Logan is even hungrier to bring success to Pittodrie in what he believes will be the most competitive season yet.
Aberdeen Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted he has no concern about Shay Logan’s return to Parkhead.
Loan signing Dominic Ball wants Aberdeen to carry on where they left off going into the new season.
An anti-racism charity has slammed Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers over his response to racism claims by Aberdeen star Shay Logan.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has responded to Shay Logan’s allegations of racial abuse by Celtic fans.
EXCLUSIVE: Logan ‘expects’ to receive racial abuse from some Celtic fans and tells them ‘bring it on’
Shay Logan claims he “expects” racial abuse from some Celtic fans.
Aberdeen’s Logan: To finish second ahead of teams like Rangers and Hibs will send out strong statement
Rangers spent in excess of £8 million on their Premiership bid in the summer ...
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.