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.
Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident his team will return to scoring ways this weekend against Kilmarnock because he has so many options in attack.
Stevie and I can definitely build a strike partnership at Aberdeen but it’s not just about us – there are top players all over this team
Scottish Premiership defenders beware – goal hero Adam Rooney reckons he can forge a lethal partnership with Scotland cap Stevie May.
Aberdeen ace Stevie May today said they fear no team in Scotland.
Willie Miller: It’s all shaping up for a super season ahead for the Dons up front – and long May it continue …
What else is there to talk about this week, or should I say WHO else, but Stevie May?
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes lavished praise on new boy Stevie May after the striker dragged the Dons to a 2-1 win over Dundee on his home debut.
Aberdeen fans will be dreaming of the goal tally Stevie May will have racked up by the time his namesake month rolls around.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has thanked the Pittodrie board for backing him in the transfer market and insists it’s now time for the team to deliver.
Saturday sees the visit of Neil McCann’s Dundee to Pittodrie and I’m predicting a healthy win for Aberdeen.
Stevie May has everything you need to be a top striker – he’s quick, strong and scores goals, what more could you want up front?
Scott Brown saw at close quarters how good Stevie May is and he reckons with more luck the striker could have been starring in the English Premier League by now.
Miles Storey has today left Aberdeen to sign for Partick Thistle.
Aberdeen have announced new signing Stevie May will wear number 83 on his shirt this season - in a tribute to the month and year the Dons won the European Cup Winner's Cup in Gothenburg.
Strong squad and good signings means there’s light at end of the tunnel for Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis
Dons goalkeeper Joe Lewis is aiming for a strong start to the Premiership season to prove that they are still the second force in Scottish football.
Aberdeen have announced the signing of Scotland international striker Stevie May on a four-year deal.
Aberdeen are today aiming to secure a signing before Uefa's registration deadline for the Europa League closes at midnight.
Kari Arnason could be set for a shock return to Aberdeen.
Boss Derek McInnes today confirmed he has a Plan B if the Dons cannot land Stevie May.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was today expecting to sign up No1 summer target Shaun Maloney on a two-year contract.
Aberdeen have stepped up their fight to sign Stevie May by tabling an improved £300,000 bid for the striker.
Dons boss Derek McInnes was today confident his summer rebuilding job can deliver more Dons glory.
Stevie May would be a great signing as he will be an even better player now than when he went to England says ex-Don Stark
Aberdeen transfer target Stevie May was today backed as a signing worth waiting for who could strengthen the Reds' attack in the new season.
Aberdeen will not be able to secure transfer target Stevie May until after the Europa League transfer deadline has passed.