Tomorrow’s League Cup quarter-final against Hibs gives Aberdeen a great chance to build on the win over Motherwell.
Aberdeen had six players missing through injury for the win over Motherwell – but new signings Stephen Gleeson and Chris Forrester, pictured, didn’t feature.
James Wilson showed on Saturday that he can solve Aberdeen’s goal problems.
Aberdeen weren’t themselves in the first half at McDiarmid Park.
At times it seems as though the SFA’s disciplinary procedures are run like a secret society with reasoning incomprehensible to outsiders.
Miller, Brown and supporters united on Hampden – Telling SFA it was right choice and how they think it can be improved
Aberdeen's Scotland supporters’ group and national team legends Willie Miller and Craig Brown have welcomed the Scottish FA’s decision to stick with Hampden Park – but want wide-ranging changes.
Scotland’s UEFA Nations League tie with Albania at Hampden tonight is a “must win”.
The SFA have really muddied the water with what constitutes a foul with recent baffling decisions.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen were hard done by once again – Craig Thomson got all the decisions wrong against Kilmarnock
It was always going to be an uphill struggle for Aberdeen against Kilmarnock after Mikey Devlin was sent off.
There’s no doubt Celtic were, in the words of Steven Gerrard after Rangers faced Aberdeen, “a class above” in yesterday’s Old Firm derby.
Aberdeen legend Miller thinks £4-5 million is ‘realistic’ price tag for stopper McKenna after Celtic bid rejected
Aberdeen legend Willie Miller thinks Celtic will need to bid £4-5 million to have a “realistic” chance of getting Dons defender Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen’s dominant Betfred Cup win over St Mirren bodes well for the rest of the season.
Celtic’s Champions League campaign is in danger of ending tomorrow night.
With the number of players missing, Aberdeen’s defence coped all right against Dundee.
Aberdeen’s capture of James Wilson is a good move for everyone.
Aberdeen can travel to Turf Moor with real belief that they can progress past Burnley in the Europa League.
A die-hard Dons fan has paid the ultimate tribute to his team – by getting the manager’s face tattooed across his leg.
Willie Miller: Future looks bright for Aberdeen as Devlin and McKenna give a good early case for the defence
The friendship Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin have off the pitch will help them forge a strong centre-back partnership for the upcoming season.
Pre-season moved on a long way during my playing career and has continued to change dramatically since.
Miller throws out challenge for Dons to prove there’s more to Scottish football in Europa League tie with Burnley
Gothenburg Great Willie Miller today challenged Aberdeen to prove to English critics there is more to Scottish football than the Old Firm.
Willie Miller: Dons should stick to tried and tested formula and ignore the mega-spending Old Firm’s conflict
Aberdeen cannot get involved in the multi-million pound Premiership signing battle between Celtic and Rangers.
Willie Miller believes Aberdeen’s opening day clash with Rangers gives the Dons a great chance to lay down a marker.
Willie Miller says his disappointment after Scotland’s Mexico ‘86 exit was worse than Spain ‘82.
‘It’s never spoken about’ – Miller points to significance of Kiwis’ two goals in Scots’ ’82 World Cup exit
Willie Miller thinks more should be made of the national team conceding twice against New Zealand in the story of their 1982 World Cup exit.
Miller on Miller: Striker could make difference between winning and losing big games as Dons look for silverware
Kenny Miller’s talks with Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes in Florida have surprised many members of the Red Army.
Dons skipper Graeme Shinnie has been backed to force his way into Scotland’s UEFA Nations League squad.
Former Aberdeen captain Willie Miller has paid tribute to friend and fellow Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper who “lit up a room” when he entered it.
Having an extra two weeks before entering Europe will be hugely valuable to Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
Willie Miller: Fringe players can grasp opportunity to shine but taking on these friendlies looks like SFA error
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie comes into that category and he has a chance to show Alex he is international class.
Police are investigating after the Gothenburg Great was found collapsed in the communal stairwell of flats in the Ferguson Court area of Bucksburn at around 1.45am yesterday.