Aberdeen archives September 2008
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Jimmy Calderwood knows a win against Hibs this weekend is crucial as he starts to feel the mounting pressure.
Midfielder Stuart Duff has urged his Aberdeen team-mates to start cutting out the costly mistakes which are blighting their season.
Aberdeen chief Wille Miller has given his backing to coach Jimmy Calderwood and called on the club's fans to be patient.
Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood was furious with how his side defended in the first half of the CIS Cup tie with Kilmarnock.
Gary McDonald insists that there is no room for sentiment when he returns to Rugby Park in the CIS Cup on Wednesday night.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine has been told he will not be making a swift return to action after picking up an injury.
Full-back Richard Foster has told his Aberdeen team-mates not to press the panic button following their latest SPL defeat at Pittodrie.
Defender Zander Diamond is set to return to the Aberdeen's starting XI for Saturday's lunchtime clash with Dundee United at Pittodrie.
On-loan defender Jared Hodgkiss says he is pushing for a first-team call up after featuring twice for the Aberdeen reserves.
Aberdeen forward Tommy Wright looks set for a first start for the Dons against Dundee United at Pittodrie this weekend.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood says he prefers taking his team away from home due to the pressure arising from a poor start.
Jimmy Calderwood has warned his Aberdeen players they must quickly improve their home form following the 2-1 defeat to Hamilton.
Aberdeen look set to be without Jamie Smith for a fortnight after the midfielder picked up a calf strain.
Sone Aluko insists he has no regrets about leaving his home-town club Birmingham for Aberdeen and is convinced he has a bright future.
Sone Aluko says he hopes his showing in the 3-3 draw against Fraserburgh in last night's friendly will earn him a start at the weekend.
Ross McCormack has told Aberdeen star Charlie Mulgrew he can forget about taking the next penalty for Scotland in Denmark.
Sone Aluko has been taken aback by the warm reception he got from Aberdeen fans after rejoining prior to the recent transfer deadline.
New Dons signing Sone Aluko feels Aberdeen should be targeting third spot in the SPL this season.
Aberdeen have snapped up highly-rated 14-year-old goalkeeper James Kinniburgh for their youth team.
Sone Aluko says he is delighted with his move from Birmingham and is now hoping to get Aberdeen back into Europe.
Aberdeen completed the permanent capture of Sone Aluko from Birmingham City on deadline day.
Aberdeen have been drawn away at Kilmarnock in the third round of the Scottish Co-operative Insurance Cup.