Aberdeen 1 - 3 Hibernian: Ryan Porteous seals Youth Cup triumph

Hibs Under-20 skipper Ryan Porteous helped seal a League and cup double for Grant Murray’s side with a fierce headed goal as Aberdeen were seen off 3-1 in the Scottish FA Youth Cup final at Hampden last night.

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From left to right, PFA Scotland announce Alfredo Morelos, Kieran Tierney, Scott McKenna and Lewis Morgan as nominees for the Young Player of the Year award.

Aberdeen’s Scott McKenna still haunted by semi-final blunder

In a season that has dwarfed expectations and delivered Premiership football, international caps and the recognition of his peers, Scott McKenna says it was one of the few setbacks that proved the biggest education.

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Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has netted 18 goals in all competitions. Picture: SNS

Alfredo Morelos among PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year nominees

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been named among the final four candidates for this season’s PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award.

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Rangers manager Graeme Murty gets the message during the 2-1 win over Hearts at Ibrox on Sunday. Picture: SNS

Aidan Smith: It’s a great time to be in the banner game

The salesman at Total 
Banner Solutions must have been clicking his loafers with glee, spending his bonus in his head and visualising the defeated expressions of his colleagues when they saw his name at the top of the company’s monthly performance league. The Union Bears had just phoned in their latest order for Ibrox.

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The new stadium for Aberdeen Football Club at Kingsford on the outskirts of the city has been finally approved. PIC: Contributed.

New £50m stadium for Aberdeen FC gets final approval

Aberdeen FC has been granted official planning permission for a new £50m stadium and training complex.

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Shay Logan performs his customary cartwheel and back flip after doubling Aberdeen's advantage. Picture: SNS.

Aberdeen have spring in their step after Hampden horror

Alan Power insists Kilmarnock
will not give up on their Europa League dream despite another slip-up to bogey team Aberdeen.

Kenny McLean gave Aberdeen the lead. Picture: SNS

Kilmarnock 0 - 2 Aberdeen: Dons move back into second place

Aberdeen produced a solid performance to put their Scottish Cup disappointment behind them and reclaim the initiative in the three-way battle for second place in the Premiership as Kilmarnock were denied a sixth straight league win for the first time in more than half-a-century.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic won’t stop Rodgers exit| Murty vows: ‘I won’t hide’ | McCann and Wright feud heats up

Celtic’s major shareholder Dermot Desmond, in a rare media interview, revealed he would not stand in Rodgers’ way if the opportunity to move to Arsenal presented itself.

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Aberdeen's Anthony O'Connor is booked during the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Motherwell. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Aberdeen discipline Anthony O’Connor over Instagram outburst

As if the fallout from last weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-defeat wasn’t bad enough, Derek McInnes has been forced to discipline Anthony O’Connor for an ill-judged outburst on social media criticising Aberdeen’s supporters in the wake of that game.

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Rumour Mill: Two SPFL clubs chase Kenny Miller | further unrest at Ibrox | Rangers agree new kit deal

Hibs and Motherwell are leading the chase to sign Kenny Miller, there is further unrest in the Ibrox dressing room, and Rangers have agreed a new kit deal with Hummel.

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Aberdeen hope to begin construction in June. Picture:

Aberdeen strike legal deal with council over new stadium

Aberdeen are hoping to begin construction on their new Kingsford stadium and training complex in June, after securing a legal deal with the council.

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

McInnes urges Aberdeen to show resilience to finish second

Derek McInnes has challenged his Aberdeen players to defy the sceptics by finishing second in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

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A dejected Daniel Candeias walks away as Celtic score again in the Scottish Cup semi-final. Picture: SNS

Why major work is required for Aberdeen and Rangers to get near Celtic

Joel Sked looks at the losers from the weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-finals and why there is an important summer ahead for each of them.

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In pictures: 13 Scottish football stars who made shock moves abroad

Last week, Rangers defender David Bates shocked Scottish football when it was announced he’d signed a four-year deal with German side Hamburg.

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Curtis Main wheels away in celebration after opening the scoring for Motherwell. He was to score a second on a dominant day. Picture: SNS

Motherwell take route one into Scottish Cup final

Motherwell are an easy target for critics – and that’s all that’s easy about them. The Steelmen have more than lived up to their traditional moniker this season, a character trait which has drawn rancour from some quarters.

Ryan Bowman (left) and Curtis Main, right, were thorns in Aberdeen's side from the off. Picture: SNS Group

Steelmen pack a mighty punch as Aberdeen falter at Hampden

Main and Bowman make the difference for Motherwell as Dons are left reeling

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Rumour Mill: Celtic face fight to land defender | Rodgers lined up to replace Conte | Gers eye Clarke

Celtic face a battle to land League Two defender; Rodgers on shortlist to replace Antonio Conte and Rangers keen on Steve Clarke

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Motherwell's Curtis Main wheels away after his second goal. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Motherwell 3 - 0 Aberdeen: Five things we learned

Andy Harrow looks back on Motherwell’s comfortable victory over Aberdeen in Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final.

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Motherwell's Curtis Main wheels away after opening the scoring. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

Motherwell 3 - 0 Aberdeen: How the players rated

Ratings out of ten for every player in Motherwell’s Scottish Cup semi-final victory over Aberdeen.

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