Aberdeen archives March 2009
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Jimmy Calderwood has urged Aberdeen fans to channel their frustration into positive energy when the race for Europe resumes.
Aberdeen striker Chris Maguire scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot as Scotland's Under-21s beat Albania on Saturday.
Director of football Willie Miller has dismissed a fans' group call for Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood to be sacked.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood insists he has no plans to leave Pittodrie amid pressure from some fans to step down.
Jimmy Calderwood is hoping the current international break will boost his side's chances of securing a Europa League spot this season.
Jimmy Calderwood is optimistic the upcoming international break for World Cup qualifiers will benefit his Aberdeen players.
Jimmy Calderwood was happy with Aberdeen's display in the draw at Hibs and said the only thing missing was finishing in front of goal.
Lee Miller will miss Aberdeen's clash at Hibs with his hamstring injury, while Darren Mackie will also miss out.
Jimmy Calderwood admits Aberdeen let their fans down after their Scottish Cup quarter-final defeat against Dunfermline.
Jimmy Calderwood believes Aberdeen's strong home form will see them book their place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.
Jim McIntyre has told his Dunfermline players to rise to the occasion and send Aberdeen packing from the Scottish Cup quarter-final.
Chris Maguire has received special praise from Jimmy Calderwood, who described the Aberdeen youngster as a 'wonderful talent'.
Aberdeen have injury problems for the SPL clash against Hamilton with Gary McDonald and Lee Miller out of the game.
Aberdeen striker Chris Maguire says the side must not become complacent against Hamilton despite the Accies injury problems.
Aberdeen's top scorer Lee Miller says he hopes to back in time for Scotland's World Cup qualifier against Holland in three weeks.
Gary McDonald has given Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood a lift by returning to training ahead of schedule.
Aberdeen will face Falkirk in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup if they can overcome First Division Dunfermline in their replay.
Aberdeen are set to be without injured pair Lee Miller and Gary McDonald for Saturday's Scottish Cup clash at Dunfermline.
Scott Severin has denied he is definitely leaving Aberdeen but says he is leaving his future decision until the end of the season.
Tommy Wright's last-gasp equaliser for Aberdeen at St Mirren on Tuesday failed to give much cheer to boss Jimmy Calderwood.
Andrew Considine returns from a groin injury for the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash against St Mirren on Tuesday.
Jamie Smith is happy to focus on regaining full match fitness before turning his thoughts to signing a new contract.