James Wilson has become the latest addition to Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen casualty list.
Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen are ready to move on to other targets if they cannot strike a deal for Matty Kennedy this month.
Derek McInnes has played down talk of a departure for Sam Cosgrove after the striker’s late penalty fired Aberdeen into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup in a 1-0 win over Dumbarton.
Boss Derek McInnes was pleased Aberdeen grabbed a late goal to see off League One Dumbarton, but called for his side to take more responsibility in front of goal.
Aberdeen left it late to claim a 1-0 victory over Dumbarton in the William Hill Scottish Cup, but Sam Cosgrove’s penalty eventually saw them progress in a match they should have had wrapped up long before.
Aberdeen’s Ryan Hedges hopes the benefits of Dubai are not undone by Dumbarton.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was pleased Matty Kennedy kept resolute in his desire to join the Dons.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes expressed his delight at signing Matty Kennedy for next season ahead of a number of rivals.
Hearts have registered their interest in St Johnstone winger Matty Kennedy, Saints boss Tommy Wright has revealed.
Midfielder Jon Gallagher has extended his loan stay at Aberdeen until the end of the season.
Aberdeen have completed the signing of Dylan McGeouch from Sunderland on a two-and-a-half year deal.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes revealed that defender Zak Vyner may miss the rest of the season after injuring his shoulder in the 1-1 draw at Hearts.
Funso Ojo has urged Aberdeen not to give struggling Hearts any encouragement in Sunday’s clash at Tynecastle.
Hearts are set to have an unchanged squad for their final Ladbrokes Premiership match of 2019 against Aberdeen.
Aberdeen will not be taking anything for granted when they meet struggling Hearts at Tynecastle on Sunday, according to assistant manager Tony Docherty.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty praised the contribution of academy graduates Connor McLennan and Bruce Anderson as they both scored to claim a 2-1 win over Livingston.
Connor McLennan and substitute Bruce Anderson helped Aberdeen maintain the pressure on Motherwell in the battle for third place in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership, despite Lyndon Dykes late strike for the visitors.
Aberdeen’s young guns earned them the points against Livingston as goals from Connor McLennan and substitute Bruce Anderson secured a 2-1 win at Pittodrie.
Neil Lennon has described Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack’s criticism of Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer as “absolutely disgraceful”.
Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove is suspended for the Boxing Day clash with Livingston after losing his Celtic Park red card appeal.