An Aberdeen first-team player has tested positive for coronavirus, the Scottish Premiership club have announced.
Aberdeen have made provisional plans to play friendlies against Scottish Premiership rivals after taking another step towards normality.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has declared the club have offset half of their predicted £10million coronavirus hit.
Aberdeen have opened talks with players over implementing wage cuts.
Scotland will face Israel on October 8 in their delayed Euro 2020 play-off.
Aberdeen have confirmed the departures of Frank Ross and Danny Rogers.
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson has scooped the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Young Player of the Year award.
Scottish Championship clubs aim to play a full season from October, Morton chief executive Dave MacKinnon has revealed.
Dundee United forward Lawrence Shankland has been named on the shortlist for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association player of the year award.
Jonny Hayes admits leaving Celtic will be difficult after being “heavily involved” in the team and having encouraging discussions about a new contract before the pandemic struck.
Aberdeen say they do not expect to be playing in front of crowds for the rest of the year.
Celtic hit out at the “denigration” of individuals within the Scottish Professional Football League hierarchy as they welcomed the rejection of Rangers’ calls for an independent investigation.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has urged the Scottish Professional Football League board to delay any decision on ending the Premiership season until his club have completed a feasibility study into completing the fixtures.
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.