Aberdeen legend Peter Weir is the third member of the Hall of Fame class of 2018.
Weir, 60, who was part of the Reds team which beat Real Madrid to the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1983, made 237 appearances over seven years and scored 38 goals.
Signed from St Mirren by Sir Alex Ferguson in 1981, he was also pivotal in the Super Cup win over German side Hamburg, as well as the 3-1 UEFA Cup win over English top-flight Ipswich Town at Pittodrie.
He left the Dons for Leicester City in 1988.
Weir said: “It was a dream playing for your local side St Mirren then getting a big move to a club you had supported.
“It was great to have won many honours with Aberdeen and also being capped by Jock Stein –six times – playing for your country. I just wished I could have done better playing for Scotland. I was young and did okay but I know if I had believed in myself I could have done better.”
On Europe, the arena where he excelled, winger Weir added: “Europe was special, a different atmosphere, tactics, playing against good technical players, players that you did not know.
“The fans seemed to be more vocal in the midweek European games under the floodlights.
“I just wish we were allowed to swap jerseys then (Teddy wouldn’t let us!), as I would have had a great collection. Fergie and Archie’s tactics were usually spot on and most games he had dossiers on opposition.
“Everyone talks about the Ipswich game because they were a brilliant side and I scored twice at Pittodrie, but I seemed to enjoy all European games as you got more time on the ball.”