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With the possible exception of the United game, there's no way we'll get more than 7.000 in any home game remaining this season....the split could even see gates of 5-6.000 or lower.

 

Even the Arab game will only draw around 9K, and then only because they'll bring 1.500 or so.

 

 

It's pathetic, and anybody and everybody connected with the club seem to be completely unable to stop it.

 

I also reckon season ticket sales for next season will be the worst in over 30 years.

 

 

 

 

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The end of the season can't come quickly enough for everyone associated with Aberdeen Football Club.

 

A dreary 1-1 draw against Hamilton was a further dent to the Dons' slim hopes of making the top six.

 

The Pittodrie side, who have not won since January 27th, are currently on an ominous winless sequence stretching nine games that looks unlikely to end anytime soon.

 

Boss Mark McGhee has already admitted his squad needs an extensive clear-out when the transfer window reopens at the end of the season, and it appears the supporters have also given up on enjoying any success this term.

 

The Red Army usually travel in impressive numbers to Aberdeen's away matches around the country, but few could stomach the journey to Lanarkshire to watch a team currently lacking in form and inspiration.

 

Before this weekend, when was the last time that every single match in the Irn Bru First Division drew a bigger crowd than an Aberdeen game?

 

It is a sad indication of the once-great Aberdeen's current toils that more people turned out to watch Ross County face Raith Rovers than were at New Douglas Park on Saturday.

 

McGhee's side now sit seven points behind sixth-placed Hearts, albeit with a game in hand and, perhaps more worryingly for the Dons manager, they are only ten points above bottom side Falkirk.

 

Fortunately for Aberdeen, none of the five teams below them managed to pick up three points this weekend, but McGhee is well aware that if his side fails to find a run of victories soon they could easily be drawn into a nervy relegation battle.

 

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They look less Russian than they do on the History Channel...

 

 

What a motley crew in that pic  ;)

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