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Aberdeen 0-3 Motherwell | The Well put the Dons to the Sword with Early Goals | Scottish Premiership
Aberdeen 0-3 Motherwell | The Well put the Dons to the Sword with Early Goals | Scottish Premiership

First-half goals from Mark O'Hara, Chris Long and Bevis Mugabe gave Motherwell a convincing win away to Aberdeen Subscribe to the SPFL YouTube here!

McInnes expects McKenna has played last game for Aberdeen
McInnes expects McKenna has played last game for Aberdeen

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes expects Scott McKenna has played his last game for the club. McKenna was left out of the squad for Aberdeen's 3-0 defeat ...

⚽️ Teamsheet for Aberdeen v Motherwell.

⚽️ Teamsheet for Aberdeen v Motherwell.

The Scotsman: Aberdeen defender LEFT OUT for Motherwell clash ahead of suspected Nottingham Forest move  #nffc

The Scotsman: Aberdeen defender LEFT OUT for Motherwell clash ahead of suspected Nottingham Forest move #nffc

Aberdeen confirm 'significant' Scott McKenna bid as defender is left out of Motherwell clash

Aberdeen confirm 'significant' Scott McKenna bid as defender is left out of Motherwell clash

Team, Place & City Details

Hamilton Academical F.C.

Hamilton Academical Football Club, often known as Hamilton Accies, or The Accies, are a Scottish football club from Hamilton in South Lanarkshire who currently compete in the Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the 2013–14 Scottish Championship. They were established in 1874 from the school football team at Hamilton Academy and remain the only professional club in British football to have originated from a school team.

Hamilton Academical F.C. Reserves and Academy
Hamilton Academical F.C. Reserves and Academy

In addition to their first team competing in the Scottish Premiership, Hamilton Academical F.C. also maintain a reserve team competing in the SPFL Reserve League, as well as further teams for younger age groups playing in competitions such as the Scottish Challenge Cup and the Scottish Youth Cup within the club's academy.A reserve team was fielded for many years until the abandonment of the most recent league for those teams in 2009. An under-20 side took part in the SPFL Development League until it was disbanded in 2018.

Hamilton Honey Badgers

The Hamilton Honey Badgers are a Canadian professional basketball team based in Hamilton, Ontario, that competes in the Canadian Elite Basketball League. The Honey Badgers play their home games at the FirstOntario Centre in downtown Hamilton.

Aberdeen IronBirds

The Aberdeen IronBirds are a Short-Season A classification affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. The IronBirds play in the New York–Penn League and are based in the city of Aberdeen in Harford County, Maryland.

Newcastle Olympic FC

Newcastle Olympic Football Club is a semi-professional association football club based in Hamilton a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales. They currently compete in the National Premier Leagues Northern NSW, the second tier of football in Australia.

Hamilton Bulldogs

The Hamilton Bulldogs are a major junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League that began to play in the 2015–16 season. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the Bulldogs play their home games at the FirstOntario Centre.

Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)

The Hamilton Bulldogs were a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They played in Hamilton, Ontario, at FirstOntario Centre , nicknamed 'The Dog Pound'.

Aberdeen F.C.

Aberdeen Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Aberdeen, Scotland. They compete in the Scottish Premiership and have never been relegated from the top division of the Scottish football league system since they were promoted in 1905, despite twice finishing within the relegation zone.

Aberdeen F.C.–Rangers F.C. rivalry

The Aberdeen–Rangers rivalry refers to football matches and related activity involving the Scottish football clubs Aberdeen F.C. and Rangers F.C. Unlike Rangers' Old Firm rivalry with Glasgow neighbours Celtic, the feud with Aberdeen is a comparatively modern phenomenon which developed from the 1970s on a competitive sporting basis but escalated into hostility on the pitch and in the stands, with the animosity continuing into the 21st century. The rivalry was at its peak during the 1980s and early 1990s when Aberdeen became a force in Scottish football.