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Aberdeen FC

Aberdeen FC
  • Country Scotland
  • Avg. age 24.3
  • Avg. height (cm) 181.8
  • Avg. weight (kg) 73.7
  • Foreign Players 40%
  • Manager Glass, Stephen (SCO)
  • Venue Pittodrie Stadium
  • Venue capacity 20866

Derek McInnes (also) from Scotland looks after and coaches the Aberdeen FC footballers. The group's home venue, Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen, offers enough space for up to 20866 visitors. The club is currently engaged in the Premiership (semi-final - first of two matches) on the fourth place with mainly victorious matches. On the other hand, Aberdeen FC were eliminated in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. A total of 43 goals were conceded, 19 of 37 matches were won and 43 goals were scored - the majority of them in the Premiership. In the first half, the team tends to take the early lead.

In their last match of the Premiership against Heart of Midlothian, the team did not want to try anything exotic in terms of formation and drew on the most victorious formation of the season (4-4-1-1). Finally Aberdeen FC took the win with 2 to 1. Despite a late goal in minute 93 from Bruce Anderson, the team failed to beat Rangers FC on 5 August 2018. With a record of 102 wins, 75 stalemates and 105 failures against Motherwell FC in Abe's own arena, this football team is the most problematic rival there. Although the majority of the players is about 23 years, the 186cm tall left foot Tomas Cerny and the right-footed defender Greg Halford have the lion's share.

With two wins and not even one failure, the 4-4-1-1 formation is currently Aberdeen FC's most successful. 19 players have made it into the starting eleven in the current season. These include midfielders Graeme Shinnie and Tommie Hoban, centre-back Scott Mckenna, right-back Shaleum Logan, striker Niall McGinn and goalkeeper Joe Lewis. The group managed to get two successes just before the end of the game. Particularly noteworthy was the tenth group stage Premiership game against Livingston FC on 11 December 2018, in which it stood 2-2 until Aberdeen FC scored a goal in the 90th minute. The team likes to play Hamilton Academical FC in away games, as they have the most victories.

After Aberdeen FC's 175cm tall jersey number 11 Gary Mackay Steven on July 26, 2018 in undefined. The UEFA Europa League's first qualifying round match against Burnley FC scored the direct goal from a distance of 80m, even the supporters of Burnley FC cheered. In the team, 53% prefer the right foot. The goalkeepers of the team have done an excellent job in keeping opposing shots on goal. Aberdeen FC started this season with no less than three formations (4-3-3, 4-2-3-1, 4-4-1-1, 3-4-3). The group could not win against every competitor as often as against Hamilton Academical FC (48/12/24). The toughest opponent is Heart of Midlothian with 81 triumphs, 66 stalemates and 124 Aberdeen FC losses.

After an inferiority of two points, the maximum of the current season, against Rangers FC in the 25th group stage match of the Premiership, a failure was feared anyway. In the end the game ended 2 - 4. In the 19th group stage Premiership game against Heart of Midlothian, Aberdeen FC have scored the fastest direct goal of the ABE of the current season after just 69 seconds. Rather rarely does the offside rule (on average once) apply to the selection, with rivals the bottom line is two times more per match. The most frequent substitutes are goalkeeper Tomas Cerny, strikers Scott Wright, Dean Campbell and Stevie May, midfielder Stephen Gleeson and defender Dominic Ball.

With an average height of 184cm, Aberdeen FC footballers tend to be longer than their opponents. In total, the selection weighs as much as a regular passenger car, but in mass even 2.6 kg less than the European average. At 85 kg, the 31-year-old Briton Joe Lewis is the one who surpasses this value the most. The team scored the greatest possible advantage of the first half of three goals in the eighth group stage match of the Premiership against St Mirren FC. Aberdeen FC finally won 4-1. Although the football team were behind in the first half, they managed to triumph in two such games against Livingston FC and Kilmarnock FC in the current season. The group's last win against Hamilton Academical FC was 6 months and 15 days ago. Since then, both football elves have met three more times. The most recent match was on 31 October 2018, when the football team's score against Hamilton Academical FC was 49 points in 84 matches over the last 11 years. Out of an average of 10 attempts on the goal per game, only 23% actually hit it, the others failed (39%) or were blocked by the competitor (38%).

(Last edited May 15, 2019)