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Bertrand Bossu.... Goalkeeper extraordinaire.

 

Currently making the Number 1 shirt his own at amateur/part time Harlow Town in the Isthmian League Division One (Relegated from Isthmian Premier), the 8th tier of English football. Which is roughly the equivalent of getting down the beach for a kick about with some of your mates on a Sunday afternoon, so far as I can gather.

 

Signed for Aberdeen after impressing Jim Leighton.

 

Considered good enough for Aberdeen by Jimmy Calderwood and Leighton, he now pits his skills against the might of such footballing behemoths as Sudbury, Great Wakering Rovers, Needham Market, and Potters Bar.

 

So.. Bertie Bossu.. there it is.

 

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No so fussed about him in his Aberdeen days, but he is a Brann legend....

 

Cato Guntveit

 

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Now plying his trade for Øystese in the Norwegian Third division. Big games against Valestrand Hjellvik, Staal Jorpeland and the mighty Os await him this year.

 

Cato

 

 

A few little known facts about Cato's life:

 

- His burd got the first question wrong on the Norwegian Who Wants to Be a Millionaire :laughing:

- Charlie Miller lived at his place until he got himself fixed up. Apparently he even got him doing the hoovering.

- He was a right rude fuck to some auld boy last time eh was at the doctors.

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Working as a PT in Landaaan but gonna get back playing pro football once these hammys get sorted!!!

 

Richie Byrne.

 

Just five years after playing at the Vicente Calderon in Madrid, Byrne now finds himself working as a personal trainer in London (according to Twitter)

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Jamie Smith at Colorado Rapids - good scoring record last year - not played this one due to injury.

 

This a joke?

 

Jamie Smith injured, I don't believe it.

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This a joke?

 

Jamie Smith injured, I don't believe it.

 

Right anterior cruciate - still has dodgy knees then - actually scoring record not that great 1 per 6 starts, was muddled up with their games played/games started abbreviations.

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Stephen Glass, after being released by Dunfermline he had an obligatory adventure with an American club before becoming Stephen Kenny's assistant at Shamrock Rovers.

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John Stewart

 

hun bastard currently slowly finding his level, still has a couple of levels to drop yet.

 

Currently playing for Bo'ness United.

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Bertrand Bossu.... Goalkeeper extraordinaire.

 

Currently making the Number 1 shirt his own at amateur/part time Harlow Town in the Isthmian League Division One (Relegated from Isthmian Premier), the 8th tier of English football. Which is roughly the equivalent of getting down the beach for a kick about with some of your mates on a Sunday afternoon, so far as I can gather.

 

 

 

Can beat that.

 

Leigh Hinds, according to Wikipedia, was last spotted in the Orpington and Bromley District Sunday Football League, playing for those behemoths of the game, Defiance FC.

 

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Can beat that.

 

Leigh Hinds, according to Wikipedia, was last spotted in the Orpington and Bromley District Sunday Football League, playing for those behemoths of the game, Defiance FC.

 

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John Stewart

 

hun bastard currently slowly finding his level, still has a couple of levels to drop yet.

 

Currently playing for Bo'ness United.

 

I bet he doesn't mind having scored in the semi to put us out and get his career high at Hampden for the final.....

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Leon Mike: Signed from Manchester City by Ebbe, and described as 'a bit raw', Mike was to be another of Aberdeen's 'promising youngsters' who really weren't very good at all. "I can't wait to run out in front of the Red Army and show just why Ebbe is showing so much faith in me." said Mike with misplaced optimism upon signing.

 

Released about a year and a bit later by popular alcoholic and Aberdeen manager, Steve Paterson, as part of the new boss' orders from Stewart Milne to get rid of most of the 'high earners' and build a team of First Division journeymen on a pittance that would not just flirt with relegation but suck relegation's cock on the first date.

 

Mike went on to play for non-league Mossley, then FC United of Manchester, until finally his love of fried stuff with cheese won out over his mediocre ability to play football, and he quit the game entirely.

 

No longer a footballer, assuming he ever was, Mike was last seen on his Myspace page filling the frame of his profile pic with his gigantic fat head.

 

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Derek Soutar - Formartine United.

 

Deemed good enough only four years ago by that judge of a player par excellence, Jimmy Caldwerwood, to play for us in a Scottish Cup semi-final, a game in which he played like a cunt and cost us at least the opening goal.

 

...actually just done a quick websearch on Formartine - managed of course by JK and also have one Alex Notman on the books! :o

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Derek Soutar - Formartine United.

 

Deemed good enough only four years ago by that judge of a player par excellence, Jimmy Caldwerwood, to play for us in a Scottish Cup semi-final, a game in which he played like a cunt and cost us at least the opening goal.

 

...actually just done a quick websearch on Formartine - managed of course by JK and also have one Alex Notman on the books! :o

Formartine United. Steve Paterson and Atholl Cadger, a match made in alcoholic heaven.

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Jamie McQuilken: Signed for the princely sum of 60,000 quid, Jamie McQuilken was part of Stewart Milne's 'Let's Sign Fucking Shite Because It's Cheaper Than Signing Real Players. The Fans Will Never Notice Because They're Stupid Fuckers. Surely. Surely.' strategy to turn Aberdeen into a regular bottom 6 side with no hope of ever again challenging for a trophy or a title so long as he was Chairman.

 

McQuilken had failed, and demonstrably so, THREE times in the top flight of Scottish Football with Celtic, United and Hibs...the latter of whom deemed him not good enough for them as they headed into Division One for a season.

 

Steve Paterson, with sixty fucking grand burning a hole in his fucking jakey pocket.... deep breaths, Kelt... deep fucking breaths and count to ten... decided in a fit of drunken fucking madness that the best thing to do with that sixty fucking grand would be to pish the whole lot away on giving Jamie McQuilken opportunity number FOUR to fail to make an impression in the SPL.

 

This was an opportunity McQuilken would grab with both right feet. Too bad he was left footed.

 

After a handful of games in which he displayed all the ability he had shown with Celtic, United and a First Division-bound Hibs, he was transfer-listed along with other mighty footballing greats such as Michael Bird, Scott Michie and.... Darren Mackie.

 

Ending his career at Queen of the South, via St Johnstone and Gretna, McQuilken is now a copper.

 

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I took the piss of "ericblack4boss" (which i wish i never) when he ran his series on ex dons

but i as said before,i wish he kept at it,and could you please revive it!!!

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Michael Bird

 

His record post AFC reads like a who's who of the game.

 

2002-2003 Bolton Wanderers

2003-2004 Aberdeen 2 (0)

2004 Glenavon (2)

2004 Northwich Victoria

2004 Witton Albion

2004-2005 Caernarfon Town 14 (4)

2005 Warrington Town 2 (2)

2005-2006 Colwyn Bay

2010 Central United

 

Now retired.

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Fergus Tiernan.

 

Played in 52 games for Aberdeen and scored 1 goal.

 

After playing for the Dons, he made the step up to Ross County, Dumbarton, and then Queen's Park.

 

Retired in 2009, and is now a firefighter.

 

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