It was an ugly game at Pittodrie and yet it encapsulated everything we have come to admire in the way that St Johnstone under Tommy Wright go about their business.
WHILE voting for local councillors has never been viewed as a political "main event", this year's contest to serve on Scotland's 32 councils has been overshadowed more so than any equivalent election in living memory.
ADAM ROONEY might never find a permanent place in the hearts of Aberdeen fans of a certain vintage in the way “King” Joey Harper has but he’s on course to equal the legendary striker’s record of hitting twenty or more goals in three successive…
IT has been branded “Europark”, though it has little to do with either Europe or parks. It’s a controversial plan for 3,000 new homes on a large swathe of the green belt in North Lanarkshire.
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IF all goes according to plan, Gemma Fay will become the first Scottish footballer to reach 200 caps. It could have happened already had injuries not restricted the goalkeeper to playing in just two of Scotland’s seven games this year.
PEDRO Caixinha accepted full responsibility for Rangers’ second 5-1 defeat to Celtic of the season while insisting his players had performed much better than in their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to the same opposition the previous weekend.
THESE are heady times for Aberdeen. Relatively speaking of course. If the first half of the 1980s, when they were winning league titles and European trophies, can be discarded as some sort of Fergie-inspired anomaly, then this is as good as it gets for…
Weeks after McInnes played down claims that Ryan Jack could be set for a switch to Ibrox, reports say Rangers are lining up a summer bid for Kenny McLean.
It is doubtful whether anyone associated with Aberdeen Football Club would want to be reminded about the events of November 27th last year at Hampden Park, let alone someone who was caught up in the thick of it.