Aberdeen supporters have moved to help the club during the football shutdown and Andy Considine has vowed to repay this when the coronavirus crisis is over.
Dave Cormack pledges Aberdeen season ticket and AberDNA membership cash will be spent on football operation
Chairman Dave Cormack today promised supporters 100% of any extra season ticket sales and AberDNA cash will be ploughed into the football budget.
Youngsters will get two free match tickets for next season and as part of the experience, they will be invited to Pittodrie to officially “sign their contract” and be unveiled as AFC’s latest signing.
The Dons are to ask Atlanta United officials how to make the matchday experience better.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks has revealed that fan contributions through AberDNA have played a key role in keeping some of the club’s top talent.
The cost of part of Aberdeen FC’s stadium project has risen by £1 million as the club adds new features to the project.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has thanked the Red Army for their part in signing Manchester United striker James Wilson.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne today revealed the AberDNA fans’ funding scheme has already raised £600,000 for the first team.
The Dons have launched a fans’ funding scheme in a bid to slash the gap with Celtic and Rangers – and strengthen their position in Europe.