Aberdeen archives April 2009
Latest news update:
Aberdeen's new stadium has moved a step closer after a recommendation to build it in Loirston Loch received initial backing.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood has backed his side to finish the campaign strongly and secure a European place for next season.
Pieter Collen is hoping to secure a summer contract at Aberdeen as current defenders Scott Severin and Lee Mair are set to leave.
Jimmy Calderwood is looking for Andrew Considine to be a rock at the back after the injury to defensive star Zander Diamond.
Aberdeen skipper Scott Severin has dropped a big hint he will leave with several clubs in England interested in him.
Aberdeen have been told they will be without Zander Diamond for the rest of the season as he needs surgery to cure an ankle injury.
Jimmy Calderwood is worried defender Zander Diamond could have played his last game for Aberdeen this season.
Aberdeen trio Zander Diamond, Jamie Smith and Derek Young both picked up knocks at Celtic and are doubtful for the run-in.
Jimmy Calderwood will start with Tommy Wright up front in Aberdeen's trip to Celtic with Lee Miller and Darren Mackie both missing.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood has admitted he is hoping to land some quality players on free transfers this summer.
Jimmy Calderwood has vowed to solider on at Aberdeen in the face of more calls from supporters for him to be sacked.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood believes it is only a matter of time before Charlie Mulgrew gets a Scotland call-up.
Jimmy Calderwood has indicated Chris Maguire will start up front against Inverness despite Aberdeen's injury problems improving.
Aberdeen legend Joe Harper has told fans it would be wrong to stage their protest against manager Jimmy Calderwood.
Belgian defender Pieter Collen has won the chance to get his career "back on track" with a trial at Aberdeen.
Jimmy Calderwood feels goalkeeper Jamie Langfield deserves a chance with Scotland after a brilliant season for his club Aberdeen.
Jimmy Calderwood praised his Aberdeen side for battling to a vital 1-1 draw at Motherwell on Saturday with ten men.
Aberdeen will have to cope without Darren Mackie, Tommy Wright and Mark Kerr for the SPL game against Motherwell.
Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood has hit back at SFA President George Peat's comments that the quality of the SPL has deteriorated.