Aberdeen archives February 2009
Aberdeen midfielder Sone Aluko is a doubt for Saturday's Scottish Premier League visit of Kilmarnock because he's struggling with 'flu.
Jamie Smith will decide himself whether or not he is fit to face Kilmarnock on Saturday, manager Jimmy Calderwood has said.
Jimmy Calderwood insists his row with Aberdeen defender Richard Foster is over and hinted he could return to face Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen have been boosted by the news Derek Young has signed a new contract to keep him at Pittodrie until summer 2011.
Jimmy Calderwood blamed his side's careless defending for the disapoointing 2-2 draw against Dundee United on Saturday.
Aberdeen welcome back Zander Diamond and Darren Mackie for their crunch SPL tie against Dundee United on Saturday.
Tommy Wright said a weight was lifted off his shoulders when he scored in the 5-0 Scottish Cup rout of 10-man East Fife.
Jimmy Calderwood has said that Aberdeen's future looks bright after his youngsters produced a good display to beat East Fife 5-0.
Jimmy Calderwood has admitted that Aberdeen could be without injured duo Zander Diamond and Andrew Considine for lengthy spells.
Jimmy Calderwood accused his defenders of ball watching after Aberdeen fell to a 2-1 Premier League defeat to Hearts.
Jimmy Calderwood believes that the absence of Christophe Berra and Marius Zaliukas for Hearts will give his Aberdeen side a huge boost.
Jimmy Calderwood has predicted Aberdeen will benefit from the transfer of Hearts defender Christophe Berra to Wolves.
Striker Darren Mackie is eager to win some silverware with Aberdeen after signing a new contract.
Aberdeen say they had to postpone their Scottish Cup fifth-round tie with East Fife in the interests of public safety.
Jimmy Calderwood has admitted the weather has affected his preparations for the Scottish Cup clash against East Fife on Saturday.
Scott Severin's agent has suggested talks will soon take place with Aberdeen over a new contract for his client.
Jimmy Calderwood has called for Aberdeen to learn how to win ugly, but hinted that he won't ring the changes after defeat at Falkirk.
Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has urged Scotland boss George Burley to give striker Lee Miller a chance.
Tommy Wright insists he has no regrets about joining Aberdeen and is hoping his injury nightmare is now behind him.