Aberdeen archives March 2010
Aberdeen, Latest news update:
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee has revealed he hopes to tie Sone Aluko down to a new, long-term deal at Pittodrie.
Jim Paterson's loan spell with Aberdeen may have come to an end after he returned to Plymouth because of his Achilles injury.
Mark McGhee says he will give Mark Kerr, Charlie Mulgrew and Gary McDonald as long as possible to decide on a new Aberdeen contract.
Sone Aluko, Michael Paton and Paul Marshall have been called in by Mark McGhee for extra training to improve fitness levels.
Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee has said he expects to see ten players leave the club in the summer as part of a 'natural cull'.
On-loan striker Chris Maguire has a future at Aberdeen and is set to return when his loan spell at Kilmarnock ends this summer.
Aberdeen fear that Jim Patterson could be facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering an Achilles tendon injury.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield has dismissed reports boss Mark McGhee has lost the dressing room.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee insists he is in the job for the long-haul and that it would be 'grossly unfair' if he was to be sacked.
Mark McGhee says he has no immediate fears over his future at Aberdeen despite seeing the Dons slip to another defeat on Tuesday.
Davide Grassi returns from a one-match ban for Aberdeen against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park tonight.
Aberdeen striker Chris Maguire has opened the door to a permanent switch to Kilmarnock after an impressive stint on loan.
Aberdeen back-up goalkeeper Stuart Nelson has vowed to fight for a new deal at Pittodrie, despite his lack of first-team action.
Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee is on a spying mission in England this weekend on the lookout for a summer free transfer.
Zander Diamond says the Aberdeen players continue to be behind manager Mark McGhee despite the Dons recent run of results.
Aberdeen have been boosted by the news Jim Paterson and Sone Aluko have passed fitness tests ahead of the SPL trip to Hamilton.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee has admitted he has had to check his criticisms in a bid to maintain the dressing room.
Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee is considering playing defender Jerel Ifil in attack after describing his current strikers as "rubbish".
Mark McGhee has called for the Aberdeen squad to 'stay together' after slipping to a third consecutive defeat.