It was the Dandy Dons rout 30 years ago which put a cork in Champagne Charlie’s triumphant return to Parkhead.
Dons legend Jim Bett reckons Derek McInnes will guide the club to more silverware.
For lifelong Dons fan Brian Irvine, converting the penalty to win Aberdeen the Scottish Cup was the ultimate high.
Aberdeen 1990 Scottish Cup hero Graham Watson explains what it’s like to be part of a Hampden penalty shoot-out
Scottish cup final shoot-out hero Graham Watson admits his only feeling was relief when he converted a penalty in Aberdeen’s 1990 triumph.
Aberdeen legend Paul Mason feared his football career was dead as he grafted in factories and on building sites.
On Tuesday, it will be 30 years since Aberdeen last lifted the Scottish Cup, famously defeating Celtic on penalties at Hampden to complete a domestic cup double.
The day Charlie scored from the penalty spot to help Dons to the silverware and send boyhood heroes Celtic home with nothing
It will go down as one of biggest pressure penalties ever taken by an Aberdeen player.