Rory McAllister reckons he and strike partner Mitch Megginson are destined to score goals after the pair fired Cove Rangers 10 points clear at the top of League 2.
John Robertson was thrilled to get his first SPFL goal for Cove Rangers to keep a few team-mates quiet.
New boy Tom Leighton reckons Cove Rangers can provide him with the pathway back to full-time football.
Paul Hartley hopes Cove Rangers can weather their player shortage as the season approaches its halfway point.
After a great first quarter of the season Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley says he can’t be too critical after their first loss in League Two.
Young midfielder Seb Ross is modelling his game on Craig Bryson as he tries to break into the Pittodrie first-team reckoning.
Mick Dunlop says the way Peterhead nursed him back to fitness played a big part in his decision to stay with the club.
Family of North-east disabled man thanks Dons security staff for returning wallet he lost at Pittodrie
The diehard Dons fan has been a regular at Pittodrie with his great-uncle for the past four years, but during the team’s recent ill-fated attempt to beat lowly Stenhousemuir in the Scottish Cup, Nathan’s wallet vanished.
Stenhousemuir may be rock bottom of Scotland’s third tier but Pittodrie No 2 Tony Docherty insists the part-timers will be shown complete respect.
On-loan defender Tommie Hoban today revealed his injury hell was made even worse because he was unable to hold his newborn son for six weeks.
Aberdeen face a sweat over the fitness of Scott McKenna as the defender was today set to undergo a scan to assess a hamstring injury.
Aberdeen have announced their ticket allocation for the Scottish Cup fourth round replay at Ochilview has sold out.
Returning attacker Greg Stewart says he chose Aberdeen over Kilmarnock to take care of “unfinished business” in the Scottish Cup with the Dons.
Willie Miller: Disappointing match for Aberdeen as they lack quality needed to beat League One Stenhousemuir
Aberdeen looked rusty against Stenhousemuir and that should not happen after a week-long training camp in Dubai.
There are more connections between Stenhousemuir and Aberdeen than just today’s Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine says the Dons need to treat today’s Scottish Cup clash with Stenhousemuir like it’s the final.
Derek McInnes hopes tomorrow’s Scottish Cup tie with Stenhousemuir can be the start of a journey in the competition.
Stenhousemuir boss Colin McMenamin says it would be “no surprise” if Aberdeen reached the Scottish Cup final this season.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is taking nothing for granted against League One strugglers Stenhousemuir in the Scottish Cup.
Striker Sam Cosgrove witnessed first hand last month just how much reaching a cup final means to the Aberdeen fans.
Brian Irvine featured as Aberdeen crashed to a shock Scottish Cup defeat against Stenhousemuir – but he says history won’t repeat itself on Saturday.
Aberdeen centre-back Mikey Devlin hopes to return to action from injury by the end of this month.
Aberdeen’s trip to Dubai during the Premiership shutdown has now wrapped up following yesterday’s friendly win over Dibba Al-Hisn. Evening Express chief football writer Sean Wallace and Press and Journal sports writer Jamie Durent reflect on the trip and look ahead to the Dons’ return to competitive action against Stenhousemuir this weekend.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has refused to rule out securing a new signing in time for the Scottish Cup tie with Stenhousemuir on Saturday.
Aberdeen winger Mackay-Steven back in training and in contention for Scottish Cup tie with Stenhousemuir
Dons winger Gary Mackay-Steven today made his return to full training after missing eight games with concussion.
Aberdeen have received a double defensive fitness boost with centre-backs Mikey Devlin and Tommie Hoban both returning from long-term injury.
Aberdeen have been drawn at home to Stenhousemuir in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. The tie will take place on the weekend of January 19-20. Stenny beat Falkirk 4-2 to get themselves into the fourth round draw, however, they sit bottom of League One after 14 matches.
McInally: We’ll speak about (my future) another time, but right now I feel for the Peterhead players
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is considering his future after their promotion heartache.
Jim McInally couldn’t believe the bad luck his side suffered in their 2-0 loss to Stenhousemuir.
League One play-off final: Defiant Gibson insists dream is still alive for Peterhead after going down to Stenny
Willie Gibson insists Peterhead won’t give up on their promotion dream – despite losing 2-0 to Stenhousemuir.