Aberdeen archives October 2008
Dons boss Jimmy Calderwood feels the first home win of the season could well be on the way this weekend as Kilmarnock visit Pittodrie.
Jimmy Calderwood feels it will be Christmas before Tommy Wright is available to play for Aberdeen once again.
Aberdeen are set to talk to Jared Hodgkiss about extending his loan deal beyond January after receiving the green light from WBA.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood and defender Zander Diamond have both laughed off reports the manager is set to be sacked.
Aberdeen's squad has been hit by an outbreak of flu ahead of Saturday's SPL clash at Hearts with late selection decisions to be made.
Charlie Mulgrew is hoping for a recall to the Aberdeen side after serving his 'unjust' ban for the red card against Hibs.
Assistant boss Jimmy Nicholl says he will not quit Aberdeen for Dundee and only the Northern Ireland job would persuade him to leave.
Manager Jimmy Calderwood says he is keen for his Aberdeen side to adopt a more attack-minded approach over the next few weeks.
Match-winner Lee Miller urged his Aberdeen team-mates to use the Falkrik victory as a springboard for a run up the SPL table.
Charlie Mulgrew (suspended) and Bertrand Bossu (calf injury) are out of the Dons' SPL clash with Falkirk on Saturday.
Jimmy Calderwood's bid to steer Aberdeen away from trouble has been given the backing of Saturday's foe Lee Bullen.
Assistant boss Jimmy Nicholl is adamant that Aberdeen are not a club looking like they will struggle to avoid relegation from the SPL.
Aberdeen director of football Willie Miller has accused the SFA of a "complete lack of common sense" over the Charlie Mulgrew appeal.
Jimmy Calderwood says he is not enjoying his first experience of being bottom of the SPL but believes he is the man to save Aberdeen.
Steven Pressley says the door is always open for any Scottish player to find a way into the current Scotland squad.
Jimmy Calderwood has hit out at the SFA after it blocked Aberdeen's appeal over Charlie Mulgrew's red card on Saturday.
Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has dismissed suggestions of relegation, insisting talk of the drop is 'ridiculous'.
Director of football Willie Miller has insisted there is "no crisis" at Aberdeen and has called on fans to get behind Jimmy Calderwood.
Jimmy Calderwood blamed defensive mistakes for his Aberdeen side's fourth home defeat in five games against Hibernian on Saturday.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine and midfielder Scott Severin have been declared fit to face Hibernian on Saturday.
Aberdeen striker Tommy Wright is determined to win back his place and prove to the critics that he is not a flop.