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Talking about when you were in primary school.

 

Can have more than one I suppose.

 

Harper. Scored goals. Graham. Supplied goals. Strachan. Cheeky little cunt.

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Big Eck and God were in the twilight of their careers when I first started visiting Pittodrie but were still the most admired by a young dandydon. Hans Gilhaus, Eion Jess and to lesser extents Davie Dodds & Bobby Connor were other fan favourites.

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Scott Booth.

 

He grew up 4 doors down from me and still lived at his mum's when he broke into the first team.

 

When he moved out he'd be round every Sunday for his dinner and always came out for a kick about with me and arranged tours of pittodrie/tickets etc for me. Proper loved the man.

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Eoin Jess. The same as, I assume, every Dons fan around my age.

 

An absolutely brilliant player in a Dons team who, all too often, weren't up to much.

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Scott Booth.

 

He grew up 4 doors down from me and still lived at his mum's when he broke into the first team.

 

When he moved out he'd be round every Sunday for his dinner and always came out for a kick about with me and arranged tours of pittodrie/tickets etc for me. Proper loved the man.

You are a Tilly loon then?

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Scott Booth.

He grew up 4 doors down from me and still lived at his mum's when he broke into the first team.

When he moved out he'd be round every Sunday for his dinner and always came out for a kick about with me and arranged tours of pittodrie/tickets etc for me. Proper loved the man.

He was a cock at school.

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