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    Aberdeen FC:
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    Aberdeen FC:
    "The Granite City"
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    Aberdeen FC:
    "The Dons"
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Breaking Football News: Aberdeen FC

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@AFCHereWeGo @johnnyfitba Thanks for another fine season boys, Martyn's cat was on point with his views on Curtis Main. #Coyr
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🦊 Any chance of a few more like this@Shay29200...? 😉#StandFreeepic.twitter.com/LHW83kgf5w5w
Shay “I Fell in Love with the City” - https://t.co/SdXfGPr6pf #aberdeenfc
Shay Logan signs new one-year extension to Aberdeen deal #StandFree #AberdeenFC #FNH #Dandies https://t.co/wbWwOx7gwr
Shay Logan signs new one-year extension to Aberdeen deal #StandFree #AberdeenFC #FNH #Dandies https://t.co/wbWwOx7gwr
BREAKING: Shay Logan has signed a contract extension until 2021
🦊 Any chance of a few more like this Shay...? 😉 #StandFree
New flag Up the Dons
Fucking hell. Do we really have that shit of a scouting network that we can't look out with ex players?!

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Football Club Background and History

Football Club and Management: Aberdeen FC

Club Contact Details: Pittodrie Stadium, Pittodrie Street, Aberdeen
AB24 5QH
Telephone: 01224 650400

Club Nicknames: The club's nicknames include "The Dons" - which may derive from the local River Don or the word 'Don' meaning teacher as Aberdeen has a long history as a place of learning. They are also known as "The Reds" given their red shirts or "The Dandy Dons" or just "The Dandies."

Honours

Honours Aberdeen F.C.

What have they won?
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Ground
Pittodrie Stadium
Capacity
22,199
Chairman
Stewart Milne
Manager
Derek McInnes
League
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Location: The club is based in Aberdeen (also known as 'The Granite City') in the North-East of Scotland.

Football League: Aberdeen FC

Aberdeen currently play in the Scottish Premiership in Scotland

History of Football: Aberdeen FC

Origins: The current Aberdeen Football Club was formed on 14th April, 1903 with the merger of three city clubs, Aberdeen, Victoria United and Orion. They won the Aberdeenshire Cup in their first full season and applied for membership of the Scottish League for the following season, being elected to its Second Division. The club was elected to an enlarged First Division for the 1905-06 season and has played in the top tier of Scottish football ever since.

Books

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