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  1. #21
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    Last minute goal

    Sometimes scored by us (Chris Clark against Hibs in 2002) but more often conceded by us, particularly in the Jimmy Calderwood era.

  2. #22

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    Lenny Taylor unearthed some talent for us.

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMsW
    Lovell , Steve.

    Could have? Should have?

    Underused by Hingmy.

    Asked for a finders fee for Ryan Fraser but was told to f*ck off by Duncan Fraser.
    He probably tried the same trick at Bournemouth

  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtrmntr75
    Lovell , Steve.

    Could have? Should have?

    Underused by Hingmy.

    Asked for a finders fee for Ryan Fraser but was told to f*ck off by Duncan Fraser.
    He probably tried the same trick at Bournemouth[/quote]

    McLeish's son skimmed 150K as did his boss which obviously effected the total we eventually received.

  5. #25

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    Lump

    verb, transitive

    To propel the football forward as far and as high as possible in the vague direction of a diminutive striker in the eternal hope that he will receive said ball before two 6 ft 5 in. centre backs crock him.

    See also John Inglis

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by swaddon
    Had some financial troubles and were demoted to the fourth flight. See also Sevco.
    Editor's Note: Sevco have never been demoted or relegated in their brief history.

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    Lice.

    Found when visiting Dundee Utd. Sometimes as large as mice!

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    Licentiousness - A word associated with certain Tannadice ground staff

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    Love-in

    Always found at Tannadice and Celtic Park whenever Dungreen Hibernians and their big team Sellick play.

    The normally tangerine-clad pikeys turn up at the games in their green and grey hoops, and join in with the Oirish songs and cheer every goal that Sellick score.

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    Loan deal

    Aberdeen have brought some fine players in on loan, like Logan, Shay and Reynolds, Mark

    The worst loan deal was the one that brought the hun Velicka, Andrius to Pittodrie.

  11. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by swaddon
    Love-in

    Always found at Tannadice and Celtic Park whenever Dungreen Hibernians and their big team Sellick play.

    The normally tangerine-clad pikeys turn up at the games in their green and grey hoops, and join in with the Oirish songs and cheer every goal that Sellick score.
    What's that got to do with Aberdeen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMsW
    Love-in

    Always found at Tannadice and Celtic Park whenever Dungreen Hibernians and their big team Sellick play.

    The normally tangerine-clad pikeys turn up at the games in their green and grey hoops, and join in with the Oirish songs and cheer every goal that Sellick score.
    What's that got to do with Aberdeen?[/quote]

    Oh aye, ye're right.

    I was just hoping to set off the old pap alarm, to be honest.

  13. #33

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    Pittodrie lights..1980s.

    Can't remember the new year day game may have been Stj the players went off at half time then the blizzard hit pittodrie big time howling gales and loads of snow .
    The pittodrie LIGHTS went out total darkness ref came oot to have a look game aff.. We had some job getting hame..
    The conditions that day were mental.

  14. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by ByeByeScum2012
    Langfield, Jamie

    The exact opposite of the above apart from a shared dislike of kicking the ball
    Liability - See Langfield




  15. #35

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    Left side.

    The fashionable part of the Beach End to sit in.
    As opposed to the cdentre bit which was full of "soft centred chocolates".

    I think I sat left side as a bairn between 76 & 79.

    Following on from Wing Stand and preceding South Stan occupancy.

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    LOB, as in a lob from Davie Robb!
    Honourable mention to Steve Ritchie for sclaff/lob in 78 Scottish Cup Final

  17. #37

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    Lose: Opposite of win

    Loose: Not tightly fastened, slack



    See also Their / They're / There

  18. #38

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    Liverpool: European Cup opponents in 1980, also the birthplace of Mason, Paul

  19. #39

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    Lokeren: Belgian side kind enough to sell us Bett, Jim in 1985

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    League Cup Holders.

    That is all.

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