Plans are afoot in the corridors of power to dramatically overhaul the structure of Scottish football by adding a fifth division to the SPFL.
Aberdeen non-executive director Dave Cormack has revealed an idea to get kids on America’s west coast supporting the Dons and wearing their kits.
Aberdeen FC will receive will 20,000 tickets for the Betfred Cup final.
The SPFL is in talks with Irn-Bru to extend their sponsorship of the Challenge Cup.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has called on the SPFL’s competitions working group to resign over the latest Irn-Bru Cup debacle.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has urged the Red Army to muster as large a support as possible at Hampden for the League Cup semi-final with Rangers.
Aberdeen have been guaranteed 20,300 tickets for their Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers at Hampden.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne has urged SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster to request a summit with the SFA in the wake of several controversial decisions this season.
Aberdeen football fans have been left disappointed over their ticket allocation for the club’s semi-final League Cup clash against Rangers.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today hailed the fan power that forced the SPFL to change the controversial Betfred Cup semi-final schedule.
Dons fans were today urged to descend on Hampden after the SPFL moved the kick-off times of the League Cup semi-finals.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has expressed his delight to the media after the SPFL moved the kick-off time of his team's Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers.
Plans to hold both Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day have now been changed following widespread criticism.
The SPFL have moved the Aberdeen-Rangers Betfred Cup semi-final to 4.30pm.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne says Scottish football has “embarrassed” itself over the scheduling of the League Cup semi-finals.
THE SPFL have announced they are in discussions to move one of the Betfred Cup semi-finals.
Aberdeen's controversial Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers at Hampden could be pushed back, according to reports.
Aberdeen have welcomed Police Scotland's call for a rethink over the scheduling of the Betfred Cup semi-finals.
Mr Fraser insists the Dons remain “very angry” the SPFL opted to schedule both semi-finals for Sunday October 28 at Hampden.
Dons legend Joe Harper said the decision to play both Betfred Cup semi-finals on the same day is a recipe for disaster.
A Dons director today called on football authorities to change the way they treat fans.
An MSP today called for SPFL chiefs to change their “perverse” Betfred Cup semi-final decision or quit.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes the Red Army can still pack out Hampden for the Betfred Cup semi-final despite their “frustration” and “anger” at the noon kick-off.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has written to SPFL boss Neil Doncaster to express his “dismay” over the fixture.
A train firm has hit out at the SPFL over its League Cup scheduling.
Once again, it would seem the fans are the last people who matter when it comes to the scheduling of a showpiece game in the Scottish football calendar.
The SPFL’s decision to schedule the Dons’ semi-final match with Rangers at noon has promoted a barrage of criticism from clubs, fans, ScotRail and politicians.
Both Aberdeen FC and Rangers fan groups said there could be problems due to both semis being played at the same stadium on the same day – one kicking off at noon and the other at 7.45pm.
The Scottish Professional Football League insists there is no alternative to the Betfred Cup semi-final double-header at Hampden after coming under fire from clubs, transport firms and politicians.
Dons fans have branded the decision to make Aberdeen’s League Cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden a noon kick-off “an absolute disgrace”.