Aberdeen archives February 2010
Sone Aluko is pushing for an SPL Aberdeen start against Hearts tomorrow but Jim Paterson will miss out through injury.
Mark McGhee says he is not even contemplating relegation for Aberdeen and blasted the suggestion as "totally ludicrous".
Dons' boss Mark McGhee says Jamie Langfield has accepted his decision to leave him out against Falkirk last weekend.
Aberdeen expect on-loan defender Jim Paterson to be ruled out for just a couple of weeks at the most with his Achilles problem.
Mark McGhee says he would like to keep Steven MacLean and Jim Paterson beyond this season but admits the loan duo are likely to leave.
Aberdeen will be without Peter Pawlett for Saturday's clash at Falkirk, after the youngster was ruled out for the rest of the season.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne has given his backing to the club's under-fire boss Mark McGhee.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee says the defeat against Raith was the worst he has had as manager but he was angry at being spat at by fans.
Mark McGhee says he was 'proud' of his Aberdeen players in the 4-4 draw with Celtic and picked out Mark Kerr for special praise.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee has hinted he may field a weakened side against Celtic as he plans a Scottish Cup run.
Mark McGhee says he is not blaming goalkeeper Jamie Langfield for Aberdeen's failure to win on Wednesday night.
Aberdeen will be without talented young midfielder Peter Pawlett for tonight's trip to Easter Road.
Mark McGhee has launched a scathing attack on the Aberdeen fans who barracked the club's players in Saturday's Cup draw at Raith.
Mark McGhee feels Aberdeen may have ended their Scottish Cup hoodoo after a 'determined' draw at Raith Rovers.
Former Aberdeen hero Brian Irvine says it's time for the current crop of players to show their passion for the club.
Mark McGhee has accused his Aberdeen players of an 'unprofessional and irresponsible performance' in the 1-0 home defeat to Falkirk.
Aberdeen are expected to hand debuts to deadline-day signings Steve MacLean and Jim Paterson against Falkirk.
Lee Miller is expected to complete a deadline day move to Middlesbrough after both clubs agreed a fee of £500,000 for the striker.