Aberdeen archives April 2010
Aberdeen will welcome back Charlie Mulgrew from suspension for the home clash with Hamilton but Darren Mackie will miss out.
Inverness Caley Thistle striker Richie Foran has signed a new deal to prove he's not interested in a move to Aberdeen.
Mark McGhee has reassured on-loan striker Mitchel Megginson he does have a future at Aberdeen when his spell at Arbroath is over.
Kevin Kyle's agent has revealed Aberdeen have yet to make an offer for the soon-to-be-out-of-contract Kilmarnock striker.
Kevin Kyle's agent, Raymond Sparkes, has revealed that Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee has contacted him about a move in the summer.
Striker Steven MacLean is looking to use the last three games of the season to earn himself a contract at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen will be without suspended defender Charlie Mulgrew for Saturday's SPL clash at St Johnstone.
Kilmarnock boss Jimmy Calderwood has warned Aberdeen they face a fight to sign Kevin Kyle this summer.
Aberdeen and Hearts are rumoured to be interested in picking up St Mirren striker Billy Mehmet on a free transfer in the summer
Aberdeen loan striker Steven MacLean has targeted seventh place after securing their safety with the win at Falkirk.
Charlie Mulgrew will be able to play for Aberdeen against Falkirk on Saturday after suspension fears were allayed.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee has revealed he is closing in on a couple of new signings he hopes to have on board for next season.
Mark McGhee will give Jamie Langfield and Zander Diamond a chance to atone for the errors they made against St Johnstone last weekend.
Davide Grassi is willing to put fitness fears out of his mind in order to show his commitment to Aberdeen next season.
Mark McGhee has told the Aberdeen squad that they are all playing for their futures between now and the end of the season.
Steven MacLean is available again after suspension as Aberdeen look to arrest their slump in tonight's SPL clash with Rangers.
Aberdeen keeper Jamie Langfield wants to end uncertainty over his future by talking about a contract extension.
Mark McGhee has insisted key injuries have been a factor in Aberdeen's failure to finish in the top six.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee insists he is not afraid of the sack and accepts that he may lose his job if performances do not improve.
Mark McGhee remains unsure over the prospects of Aberdeen making the top-six but insists they will be going all out to achieve it.
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