Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes cut a frustrated figure despite watching his side rescue a point against Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership basement boys St Mirren.
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Sam Cosgrove rescued a point for Aberdeen against St Mirren that was marred by a serious injury to the home side’s on-loan Watford defender Tommie Hoban towards the end of the first half.
Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen are in no panic over Lewis Ferguson’s contract situation.
Oran Kearney claims St Mirren’s relegation fight would be “dead and buried” had he not performed radical surgery to his squad in January.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was a happy man after seeing his side ease into the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Half-time substitute Niall McGinn was the star of the show as Aberdeen comfortably overcame Queen of the South 4-1 to move into the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is hopeful he will not be without Scotland defender Scott McKenna for too long after the centre-back limped out of Saturday’s draw with Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes and Kilmarnock counterpart Steve Clarke were both satisfied with a point after a 0-0 draw at Pittodrie in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Kris Boyd’s dismissal was the main talking point as Aberdeen’s Greg Stewart faced his old side Kilmarnock as two of the Ladbrokes Premiership’s top sides played out a 0-0 draw at Pittodrie.
Gary Dicker believes Kilmarnock’s victory over Rangers shows Steve Clarke’s outfit are no one-man team.
Aberdeen and Stenhousemuir will have to do it all again after the Ladbrokes Premiership high-fliers and the League One strugglers played out a 1-1 draw in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
A Scott Sinclair hat-trick helped Celtic to a 4-3 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Aberdeen in a thrilling game at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes likened Sam Cosgrove to Duncan Ferguson after the striker’s two goals earned his side victory at home to Hearts.
Striker Sam Cosgrove scored a double for Aberdeen as they beat Hearts 2-0 to keep pace with Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hailed his young guns as the Dons battled to a deserved 3-2 Ladbrokes Premiership victory over Livingston.
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson scored an injury-time winner to settle a topsy-turvy game at Pittodrie and gave the home side a deserved 3-2 win against Livingston.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hailed his side as they eased into the international break with a fourth win on the bounce – 1-0 against Hibernian – despite difficult conditions at Pittodrie.
Scotland winger Gary Mackay-Steven netted his sixth goal of the season as Aberdeen battled Hibs – and the elements – to move level on points with third-place Rangers in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was delighted to see his side build on their Betfred Cup semi-final win, admitting he felt the 3-0 Scottish Premiership win over Hamilton could have been more complicated.
Aberdeen built on the momentum of their Betfred Cup semi-final win by easing their way past Hamilton as they returned to league action.