Aberdeen failed to secure back to back wins at Parkhead for the first time since 2004 as they lost 1-0 to Celtic.
Boss Derek McInnes today insisted he did not have to read the riot act to the Dons at half-time against St Johnstone.
Aberdeen weren’t themselves in the first half at McDiarmid Park.
ABERDEEN edged out Dundee 1-0 at Dens Park to claim a first victory of the season - and leapfrog over defending champions Celtic in the Scottish Premiership table.
ABERDEEN stepped up their preparation for their European showdown against Burnley with a 2-2 draw at Premiership rivals St Johnstone.
ABERDEEN reached the Scottish Cup semi-final with a 3-2 penalty shoot-out defeat of in form Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Aberdeen striker Stevie May is confident his return from injury is permanent after a previous comeback stalled.
Comeback striker Stevie May today targeted more Scottish Cup glory – having already won the trophy with St Johnstone.
ABERDEEN suffered a 10th straight defeat to Celtic as they lost 2-0 at Pittodrie to fall 12 points behind the league leaders.
ABERDEEN'S four game winning streak ended in Edinburgh with a 2-0 defeat to dominant Hibs.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today claimed Stevie May’s return from injury is like signing a new striker.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today confirmed Stevie May is on course to make his comeback against Hibs at Easter Road on Saturday.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes to have striker Stevie May available for the Scottish Cup tie against Dundee United.
ABERDEEN boss Derek McInnes today confirmed keeper Joe Lewis could be out injured for up to three months.
Dons boss Derek McInnes hopes a week in the heat of Dubai with some intensive physiotherapy can accelerate Stevie May’s recovery from an ankle injury.
Last summer was the busiest transfer window of Dons boss Derek McInnes' time at Pittodrie as he restructured his squad in preparation for a fresh tilt at success.
Aberdeen are set to receive a double fitness boost for tomorrow’s clash at St Johnstone with Stevie May and Gary Mackay-Steven on track to return from injury.
Aberdeen are in a sweat over the fitness of Stevie May and Gary Mackay-Steven as they face three players being ruled out through injury for tonight’s clash at Dundee.
Aberdeen will have to wait for the swelling on Stevie May’s ankle to go down before assessing if he will need a scan.
Boss Derek McInnes is delighted striker Stevie May has found his scoring touch again just before a vital double header with Rangers.
Manager Derek McInnes today backed the Dons’ misfiring strikers to hit the goal trail.
Dons legend Frank McDougall is hoping Stevie May or Adam Rooney can be a goal hero against Celtic just like he was.
Boss Derek McInnes today challenged the Dons to deliver the ammunition to strike duo Adam Rooney and Stevie May.
When Roo become one – Aberdeen hat-trick hero Rooney can ‘definitely’ form fearsome pairing with May
Ominous for Premiership defenders but music to the ears of boss Derek McInnes – Adam Rooney is convinced he will forge a lethal strike partnership with Stevie May.
Adam Rooney and Stevie May proved against St Johnstone that they can forge a formidable strike partnership for Aberdeen.
A football fan “May” be set to have his hero’s face branded on his bum if he scores today.
Premiership defenders beware – Dons boss Derek McInnes reckons striker Stevie May will rediscover his most lethal goalscoring form at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes knows all about the danger of Louis Moult – he was willing to splash out £300,000 this summer to bring that potent goal threat to Pittodrie.
Summer signing Stevie May already has one cup winner’s medal in his collection – but is hungry for more at a club he believes can deliver silverware this season.
Aberdeen lost ground to Premiership leaders Celtic as they slipped to a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to struggling Kilmarnock.