Aberdeen’s season closed with a disappointing capitulation to Ross County yesterday, with the game ending 4-0 to the visitors at Pittodrie.
The humiliating defeat made it three losses in a row for the Reds, who have staggered towards the end of a season which saw them in the hunt for the Premiership title.
Off the pitch fans paid tribute to Barry Robson, whose contract is set to expire.
The influential midfielder was made captain on his return to the starting eleven, and was greeted by a guard of honour as he stepped onto the turf at Pittodrie, and was applauded off at the end of the game.
And there were further tributes from the Aberdeen faithful.
Before kick-off the Red Army unveiled a touching tribute to legendary Dons fan Norman Goldie who recently passed away aged 87.
Out of respect Aberdeen have retired Norman’s seat in the Merkland Stand and painted it half white, half red in recognition of his iconic different coloured socks.
And the fans paid tribute to one of their own with an impressive banner display that spanned the entire Richard Donald stand lower deck – with one red and one white sock.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes