Manchester United greats Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Alex Ferguson and Denis Law are among mourners who have gathered for the funeral of club hero Harry Gregg.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Harry Gregg was happy to be remembered as many things – footballer, goalkeeper, Manchester United player, Northern Ireland international and grassroots champion among them – but was always ill at ease with the title ‘hero’.
Fundraising for a statue of Nelson Mandela in Glasgow has been stepped up on the 30th anniversary of his release from prison.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Manchester United believe they are still the biggest club in the world even if they are not currently the best team in their own city.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping a new decade will bring better fortunes for Manchester United after a difficult spell in the club’s illustrious history.
Steve Bruce will return to Old Trafford having put his new autobiography on hold and hoping he will eventually have to change the title.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes a global Super League would not be attractive to leading English Premier League teams.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United remain a bigger club than Manchester City despite their rivals’ recent rise.
Brendan Rodgers is aiming to create a lasting legacy at Leicester that will be remembered for years after signing a new long-term deal with the Foxes.
Jurgen Klopp sealed his 100th Premier League win as a manager with Liverpool’s 5-2 victory in the Merseyside derby against Everton.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes revealed club legend Sir Alex Ferguson will take a call from him any time he needs advice.
Chairman Stewart Milne today insisted the £12 million Cormack Park can help Aberdeen narrow the gap on Rangers and Celtic.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Aberdeen's new Cormack Park training base at Kingsford is among the best he's seen.
Legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson has officially opened Aberdeen's new £12 million Cormack Park training base.
Memorabilia from Sir Alex Ferguson’s time as Aberdeen FC manager has been donated to a university that has renamed its library after him.
Aberdeen have announced the final club legend whose name will adorn one of the training pitches at Cormack Park is former goalkeeper Jim Leighton.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2019: State-of-the-art venue and Aberdeen’s sporting heritage crucial in decision to bring awards to P&J Live
BBC chiefs say the facilities at the new P&J Live and Aberdeen’s sporting heritage convinced them to bring Sports Personality of the Year to the city.
Sir Alex Ferguson will cut the ribbon at Cormack Park when Aberdeen's new community sports hub and training facilities open on October 31.
Dons legend Dougie Bell reckons the current team can replicate one of Pittodrie’s great European nights against Rijeka.
A former Aberdeen and Manchester United boss has seen the value of his personal company rise to more than £11 million after he raked in £2m last year.
Manchester United and Aberdeen legend Sir Alex hails Cove for naming Balmoral main stand after SFA president McRae
Cove Rangers are to name the main stand at the Balmoral Stadium after club stalwart Alan McRae.
Dons legend John McMaster today revealed the Gothenburg Greats were so confident of beating the Old Firm in Glasgow they were talking about spending their win bonuses before they even left Pittodrie Street.
Aberdeen legend Neil Simpson says Sir Alex Ferguson made it clear his team had to lift the 1985 League Cup and complete his set of Scottish silverware.
The Dons said the naming of The Bobby Clark Football Academy will allow the club to recognise his achievements and contribution to the team and football in both Scotland and the USA over the years.
Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken for the first time publically since undergoing emergency surgery earlier this year.
Aberdeen's greatest manager Sir Alex Ferguson is seriously ill in hospital, with a Manchester United statement saying he has undergone surgery to treat a brain haemorrhage.
Dons legend Billy Stark has warned the current squad to be wary of Scottish Cup opponents St Mirren.
Derek McInnes' Dons will look to equal the mark of nine home wins in a row last achieved by Sir Alex Ferguson in 1986.
Aberdeen FC's Graeme Shinnie is using his number three shirt to highlight the importance of visiting your doctor with a persistent cough.
Midfielder Craig Storie today insisted signing a new Dons deal proves he was right to turn down Premier League giants Manchester United.