Aberdeen archives May 2009
Former Aberdeen star Lee Richardson has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant manager's job at Pittodrie.
Former Ipswich Town manager Jim Magilton is being linked with the vacant hotseat at Pittodrie.
Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson says he is not interested in the vacant job at Aberdeen after being linked with the post.
Former manager Jimmy Calderwood says he is convinced an Aberdeen director let the media know "I was a dead man walking".
Charlie Mulgrew wants to move on after his red card against Rangers was rescinded for Kyle Lafferty's simulation.
Former Dons boss Alex Smith claims Aberdeen must qualify for Europe next season by beating Hibernian at the weekend.
Councillors are to vote on plans for Aberdeen's new stadium, with a venue in the south of the city at Loirston Loch the preferred site.
Aberdeen have recieved a boost in their bid to have Charlie Mulgrew's red card overturned.
Rangers have fined Kyle Lafferty for feigning injury against Aberdeen and the Northern Ireland forward has issued a public apology.
Mark Kerr has served his suspension and could return when Aberdeen travel to take on title-chasers Rangers on Saturday.
Aberdeen have revealed that Jamie Smith will not be offered a new contract with the midfielder set to miss the last two games.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood slammed Hearts' time wasting tactics but admitted the goalless draw damages the Dons' fading Euro hopes.
Midfielder Mark Kerr will miss Aberdeen's home clash against Hearts due to suspension, but Jamie Smith returns from injury.
Jimmy Calderwood was happy with his teams performance against Dundee United on Thursday but still felt it was two points dropped.
Jimmy Calderwood is confident Aberdeen can qualify for Europe if they pick up three points at Dundee United on Thursday.
Aberdeen are boosted by the return of top-scorer Lee Miller for the trip to Dundee United after he served a two-match suspension.
Jamie Smith has warned manager Jimmy Calderwood he is not prepared to wait too much longer for a new Aberdeen contract.
Jimmy Calderwood believes Aberdeen can qualify for Europe but they must win their next two matches following the Celtic defeat.
First-choice strike duo Lee Miller and Darren Mackie are both missing for Aberdeen's clash with Celtic at Pittodrie on Saturday.
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