Aberdeen manager Jim Goodwin was frustrated by refereeing decisions that went against his side in their 0-0 cinch Premiership draw with St Mirren. The Dons had a Ross McCrorie goal disallowed in the first half and were also awarded a penalty before referee Don Robertson reversed the decision after conversation with his linesman.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin admits St Mirren fans may not give him the reception he would like when the Buddies visit Pittodrie on Sunday. The Irishman left the Paisley outfit in February to take over the Dons’ hot seat which had been vacated by Stephen Glass. Goodwin captained St...
Jim Goodwin insists Christian Ramirez will be back for Aberdeen's pre-season despite the "fatigued" striker returning to United States. There has been speculation that the 31-year-old could return to Major League Soccer after just one year of his two-year contract at Pittodrie. "We've given Christian permission to go and be...
Jim Goodwin intends to reduce the age profile of Aberdeen’s squad and strengthen “in every department” this summer. The Dons have endured a grim season and have finished in the bottom six of the cinch Premiership. Goodwin, who replaced Stephen Glass as manager in February, is preparing...
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin admitted to a sense of relief after his side claimed only a second cinch Premiership win under his tenure after beating Dundee 1-0. The three points, secured thanks to Lewis Ferguson’s 73rd-minute penalty, all but ended fears of Aberdeen dropping into the relegation play-off place currently occupied by St Johnstone, and keeps them in the hunt for seventh place.
Jonny Hayes revealed boss Jim Goodwin has been trying to revitalise the Aberdeen players ahead of their cinch Premiership game against bottom-placed Dundee on Saturday. Goodwin admitted that his side were short on confidence following their 2-1 defeat at home to Livingston last week.
Jim Goodwin urged his Aberdeen players to stop making life difficult for themselves as they prepare to host cinch Premiership bottom side Dundee on Saturday. The Dons missed out on a top-half finish and in the wake of their 2-1 home defeat to Livingston last weekend are in ninth place on 36 points, ahead of St Mirren on goal difference and 10 points clear of the Dark Blues.
Aberdeen manager Jim Goodwin admitted there is a lack of confidence among the playing squad at Pittodrie after a controversial 2-1 defeat to Livingston in the cinch Premiership on Saturday. Livi goalkeeper Max Stryjek escaped a red card for his clash with Vicente Besuijen just moments before Nicky Devlin slid...
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Aberdeen have reported no fresh injuries ahead of the cinch Premiership clash with Livingston. Midfielder Dylan McGeouch is battling to get back to fitness after a niggle.