Derek McInnes admitted he was “gutted” to hear Aberdeen fans urging him to leave the club at the end of the goalless draw at St Mirren.
St Mirren and Aberdeen shared the spoils following a goalless draw of few chances in Paisley.
Matty Kennedy has targeted cup success and European football at new club Aberdeen.
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson believes nothing more than victory at St Mirren on Sunday will make up for the midweek Motherwell mishap.
Tony Andreu claims the presence of gambling in Scottish football was the first thing he noticed when he arrived over seven years ago.
St Johnstone have confirmed winger Matty Kennedy has joined Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee.
St Mirren have confirmed that Kyle Magennis is out for the rest of the season.
Derek McInnes backed his players’ character as he looked for Aberdeen to bounce back against St Mirren on Sunday.
Jim Goodwin will make sure Kyle Magennis gets the best treatment after the St Mirren midfielder was ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Universities across the UK say they are monitoring the coronavirus outbreak, as one institution warned students thinking of heading home for the Chinese New Year that they would face being quarantined on their return.
Niall McGinn accepts that he and his Aberdeen team-mates need to start releasing the pressure on striker Sam Cosgrove.
Police in Aberdeen are trying to trace a missing man who has connections in Dundee.
Stephen Robinson hailed “one of the best away performances” of his time in charge of Motherwell after his side beat Aberdeen 1-0 at Pittodrie to extend the gap between the clubs to four points.
Liam Donnelly scored the only goal of the game as third-placed Motherwell extended the gap between themselves and nearest rivals Aberdeen in the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership.
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.
Jim McLean's place in the Dundee United history books has long been cemented.
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.