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Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is hoping that the club's fans will get behind the players during their league matches in December.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright bemoaned Rory Fallon's sending-off during their 2-0 Scottish Premiership defeat at home to Aberdeen.
Aberdeen halted St Johnstone's four-match winning run at home with a deserved 2-0 win at McDiarmid Park thanks to Peter Pawlett's first-half effort and a Niall McGinn's wonder strike.
Defender Michael Hector is keen to be playing first-team football when he returns to parent club Reading.
Holders Celtic have been drawn against Aberdeen in the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was delighted with the way his side started their Scottish Cup clash with Partick Thistle.
Aberdeen recorded their third straight win over Partick this season as Andy Considine's early header secured a 1-0 win and a ticket to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Neil Lennon hailed Celtic's never-say-die spirit after his side struck twice in Parkhead stoppage time to defeat Aberdeen 3-1.
A Kris Commons double helped Celtic snatch a 3-1 victory as they made it 17 consecutive home wins over Aberdeen.
Aberdeen have been handed a massive boost after three first-team regulars committed their futures to the SPFL side.
Aberdeen's Willo Flood could be out until Christmas with a hamstring injury.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes felt his team were on the wrong end of a crucial call during their 3-1 defeat to Hearts at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen dropped to third in the Scottish Premiership as they surrendered a lead to lose 3-1 to basement side Hearts at Pittodrie.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes he has handed his former side Aberdeen a tough task after pairing them with Partick Thistle in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Holders Celtic begin the defence of their William Hill Scottish Cup with a fourth-round trip to Hearts.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes said his players deserved to enjoy the moment after thrashing Partick Thistle 4-0 to return to second in the Scottish Premiership.
Niall McGinn scored twice as Aberdeen moved into second place in the Scottish Premiership with an impressive 4-0 victory over Partick Thistle at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield is hoping to earn a new contract at Pittodrie and is enjoying his football under Derek McInnes.
Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald has a settled squad at his disposal for the Scottish Premiership game against Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Monday night.
Hearts and Inverness will lock horns in the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup for the second year running.