- Winger treated for hypothermia after being pulled from water by firefighters
- Mackay-Steven believed to have been in nightclub after win at Partick Thistle
The Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven has thanked emergency services after he was rescued from a river.
Mackay-Steven was pulled from the River Kelvin in Glasgow by firefighters in the early hours of Sunday.
The 26-year-old was on the bench for Aberdeen's 4-3 victory over Partick Thistle on Saturday and is believed to have been at a nearby nightclub with a fellow player on Saturday before the river rescue. He was treated for hypothermia but is recovering well at home.