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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Aberdeen

This year
Kyogo and O’Riley on target again as Celtic win at Aberdeen
Liel Abada had opened the scoring for Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Donald Trump breaks ground on second Scottish golf course ahead of Doonbeg visit
The new course is dedicated to his late mother, who was born on the Scottish Isle of Lewis.
Veteran Ireland winger gets new one-year deal with Aberdeen
Dubliner Jonny Hayes will also continue to coach in the youth academy.
Aberdeen boss Goodwin apologises for 'humiliating' Cup exit to sixth-tier Darvel
The ex-Irish international is under pressure after a miserable Cup defeat followed a 5-0 loss to Hearts.
Humiliation for Jim Goodwin's Aberdeen as sixth-tier Darvel produce stunning upset
Pressure had piled on the Waterford native after the 5-0 defeat by Hearts and it will be difficult to survive this calamity.
Last year
Callum McGregor marks his comeback with late winner as Celtic down Aberdeen
The captain made the difference on his first appearance since suffering a knee injury in October.
Jim Goodwin hails his Aberdeen players as they continue cup journey
“The critics will analyse the second-half performance, but I’m not interested in over analysing that at the moment.”
Aberdeen to appeal Irish coach Goodwin’s 6-match ban
The Aberdeen manager accused the Scotland squad member of “blatant cheating”.
Former Ireland U21 international Scales joins Aberdeen on loan from Celtic
Meanwhile, Conor Bradley is also on the move – from Liverpool to Bolton Wanderers.
'Liverpool are very lucky, they are getting a promising young talent'
Liverpool have signed teenage defender Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen on a “long-term contract”.
Taking painkillers in pregnancy 'more likely to lead to complications'
University of Aberdeen researchers looked at more than 151,000 pregnancies over a 30-year period.
Dubliner Jonny Hayes to take on coaching role after signing new Aberdeen deal
The versatile Ireland international re-joined the Dons from Celtic in the summer of 2020.
Ireland midfielder Ronan's strike enough for St Mirren to see off Aberdeen
It was a third victory of 2022 for Jim Goodwin’s side.
Rangers held to a draw as Aberdeen punish Alfredo Morelos handball
The reigning champions dropped points under Giovanni van Bronckhorst for the first time.
All time
Irish international Jonny Hayes among Aberdeen players to apologise for flouting Covid-19 protocols
The players are self-isolating having visited a bar last Saturday, which forced the postponement of their game with St Johnstone.
Sturgeon ‘furious’ as players’ pub trip sees Aberdeen game postponed
The First Minister said Dons players ‘blatantly broke’ coronavirus protocols when they spent Saturday night in a bar.
Lockdown restrictions to be reimposed on Aberdeen after coronavirus cluster
All indoor and outdoor hospitality has been told to close by 5pm today.
Ryan Kent nets winner as Rangers get off to flier against 10-man Aberdeen
The Glasgow club made a positive start to the new Scottish Premiership season thank to Kent’s first-half goal.
Meet the football agent who has a heart and doesn't care about money... but is still ruthless
Willo Flood has almost 20 players on his books since hanging up his boots and setting up his own agency, but as the Dubliner tells The42 he is not in this to make a quick buck.
Celtic cap memorable week with demolition of Aberdeen at Pittodrie
Neil Lennon hailed his ‘outstanding’ players following a week in which his side earned three impressive victories.
'The toughest piece of management I've had to do': Lennon revels in title success
Celtic clinched an eight successive league title with victory over Aberdeen this afternoon.
Celtic seal eighth straight Premiership title after easing past Aberdeen
Neil Lennon’s team ran out winners at Dons Park on Saturday to keep their domestic treble-treble bid on track.
Rangers down 10-man Aberdeen to delay Celtic title party
Steven Gerrard’s side are now guaranteed a top-two finish.
Edouard double maintains Celtic's lead atop Scottish Premiership
Meanwhile, Rangers were 5-0 winners away to Hamilton.
Rangers star earns third red of the season against Aberdeen, Celtic maintain lead
Alfredo Morelos struck twice for Steven Gerrard’s side before being sent off.
McGregor, Christie and Sinclair on target as Celtic stretch lead to three points
Callum McGregor, Ryan Christie and Scott Sinclair were all on target for Celtic against Hamilton.
Celtic claim seventh trophy under Brendan Rodgers as Christie strike secures League Cup
A third consecutive treble is still on the cards as Celtic saw off Aberdeen at Hampden Park on Sunday.
Aberdeen shock Steven Gerrard's Rangers to set up League Cup final with Celtic
Lewis Ferguson’s 79th-minute goal saw Rangers dumped out of the Scottish League Cup on Sunday.
Rodgers unhappy over venue change: 'I've never been to Murrayfield in my life'
Celtic will face Hearts at the home of Scottish rugby later this month.
'The one word that describes it best is just simply idiotic' - Hampden double-header slammed
The Scottish Police are unhappy with the scheduling of the two League Cup semi-finals.
Celtic return to winning ways as Scott Sinclair backheel is enough to beat Aberdeen
Brendan Rodgers’ side rose to fourth place with their fourth win from seven league games.
Stephen Ireland close to move to Scottish side Aberdeen - reports
The 32-year-old left Stoke City at the end of last season.
Steven Gerrard's Rangers denied opening day win as Aberdeen snatch 90th minute equaliser
19-year-old Bruce Anderson scored a dramatic late equaliser at Pittodrie Stadium against 10-man Rangers.
Burnley need extra time against battling Aberdeen to seal Europa League progress
Stephen Ward played 90 minutes for the Premier League side, and Jeff Hendrick came off the bench.
Ireland internationals feature as Burnley snatch late equaliser in Europa League clash with Aberdeen
Sam Vokes struck late for Burnley to ensure a draw in the Europa League second qualifying round.
Ireland international becomes second Dubliner to sign for Aberdeen in recent weeks
Dubliner Stephen Gleeson has signed a two year contract with the Scottish Premiership side.
First fixtures! Steven Gerrard handed tough start with Rangers
It’s away to Aberdeen first as his quest to break Celtic’s dominance in Scotland begins.
Aberdeen beat Rangers to second after ending Celtic hoodoo
It’s Brendan Rodgers’s first home league defeat in two seasons at Celtic manager.
Rodgers' renaissance is almost complete and well ahead of schedule
The former Liverpool manager is hoping to lead the Scottish giants to a domestic treble.
Police in Scotland investigate after two 12-year-olds left with 'significant injuries' in chemical attack
Police said that the two boys had a substance on them which caused “burn type injuries”.