Aberdeen icon Willie Miller has welcomed the Scottish Football Association’s move towards a ban on heading in the under-12s game.
Aberdeen legend Alex McLeish remembers the unbearable tension of the club’s last Scottish Cup win.
A Dons footballing legend has called for Cruyff Courts to be installed in every part of the city following the runaway success of the facilities.
Aberdeen must target ending the painful 30-year wait for Scottish Cup glory in the new year.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and his players will be kicking themselves at a missed opportunity against Hearts.
The controversial decision to send off Aberdeen’s leading scorer Sam Cosgrove is a difficult one to call.
All things considered, Aberdeen’s 1-0 win over Hamilton at a cold Pittodrie was a good three points.
Aberdeen’s defence needs to tighten up after Saturday’s 3-0 defeat to Hibs.
Saturday's game between Aberdeen and St Mirren at Pittodrie was quite a strange one – and the Dons will have to be much better to beat Rangers on Wednesday evening.
Legendary Dons captain Willie Miller has received his 66th cap – at Aberdeen University.
Dons legend Willie Miller will be honoured by Aberdeen University for his work on and off the pitch.
Aberdeen icon Miller relives final Scotland appearance as McKenna and Devlin prepare for Euro qualifying double-header
“I was in the bowels of the stadium. I was needing attention on my knee.
Aberdeen duo at back for Scotland could come 30 years since Miller and McLeish last played together in dark blue
There's a looming possibility an Aberdeen centre-back partnership could once more be paired in the dark blue of Scotland in Cyprus on Saturday.
Striker Curtis Main grabbed his chance to impress against Kilmarnock but could still face more frustration on the bench.
He is widely considered Aberdeen’s greatest ever player – and Willie Miller says he is “humbled” his name will have a permanent place at the club’s new training ground.
Aberdeen will name one of the training pitches at Cormack Park after the club's greatest player, former skipper Willie Miller.
The conditions at Hampden were ridiculous at times, especially in the second half.
Whether Mikey Devlin is involved in the next Scotland squads remains to be seen.
Lawrence Shankland showed his skills are still applicable to international level, although he plays his club football with Dundee United in the Championship.
Scotland's win over San Marino was emphatic enough to lift the players’ confidence, at least a bit, for the games to come.
Congratulations to the Dons and partner charity Aberdeen FC Community Trust for being crowned best in Europe for community work.
Bringing a manager of Jurgen Klopp’s stature and character to Liverpool was a stroke of genius from the Anfield board.
The reality for Aberdeen is they will now be battling for third in the Premiership going forward as Old Firm domination is beginning to rear its head yet again.
Alarm bells are now ringing for the Dons after the loss at Rangers and they must quickly find out how to fix it.
A treasured statue celebrating a Dons legend is staying in Aberdeen for good – thanks to a generous hotel owner.
Injuries mean Aberdeen’s next few games are an opportunity for Dean Campbell to establish himself in midfield.
It’s great to see the start Cove Rangers have made in League Two.
Aberdeen’s performance against Livingston wasn’t very memorable.
If Scotland do not take the golden ticket of the play-offs to qualify for the Euros it will be a huge embarrassment.
It was unusual to see referee Steven McLean overrule his own penalty award.