Neale Cooper, one of Aberdeen's European Cup Winners' Cup heroes, has died after being found injured outside his home, the club have confirmed.
Cooper, who was 54, was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in the early hours of Sunday morning but lost his fight for life on Monday afternoon.
Aberdeen wrote on their Twitter account: "The club is deeply shocked and saddened to hear that our legendary midfielder and Gothenburg Great, Neale Cooper has tragically passed away."
Police Scotland earlier confirmed...
It has become a tradition for Hartlepool fans to raise quizzical eyebrows at train stations the length and breadth of England ahead of their final away fixture of the season.
This is because supporters settle on a fancy dress theme beforehand and then make their way to the match in their droves, with Stormtroopers, Smurfs, penguins and Oompa Loompas among the weird and wonderful theme in previous years.
This year they chose "clowns," leading to some very confusing scenes at the local station on the...
Hartlepool ended a season to forget on a high, with a 2-1 victory ensuring Tranmere head into the play-offs on the back of successive home defeats.
Andy Cook had the first chance of the game for Rovers but goalkeeper Scott Loach held his low shot.
Pools responded, with Jake Cassidy not too far away with an overhead-kick attempt, while Lewis Hawkins' volley was saved by the legs of Scott Davies.
Loach produced a stunning stop to deny James Norwood as he raced through on goal, but it was the visitors...
Hartlepool secured their place in next season's National League after Louis Laing scored the only goal to beat Leyton Orient at Victoria Park.
The north-east club climbed to 17th, seven points clear of Woking in 21st place who have two games to play.
Orient dominated the opening exchanges, forcing a number of corners, while Hartlepool's first sight of goal was a Ryan Donaldson header that was cleared off the line in the 16th minute.
Three minutes later, Orient missed a great chance to take the lead...