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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.
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.
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.
Hamilton 1 - 2 Kilmarnock: Broadfoot and Boyd score as Killie win again
Kris Boyd’s 21st goal of the season gave Kilmarnock’s European hopes a boost in a hard-fought 2-1 win over Hamilton at the Superseal Stadium.
No players, no fixtures: Paul Dalglish and his tumultuous time in Miami
Paul Dalglish had only been in his new job for a matter days when he found out that his new team had nowhere to play, no fixtures to look forward to, no league to call home. Miami FC were expected to be challengers in this season’s NASL having won both the spring and fall titles in 2017. But just one week before the 2018 campaign was due to start, the league, which acts as North American football’s second tier, cancelled its season.

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