- James "Jimmy" Bonthrone
Overall Profile History Honours Team Page 1969-70 Team Page 1970-71 Team Page 1971-72 Team Page 1972-73 Team Page 1973-74 Team Page 1974-75 Road to the SC Final 1969-70 Road to the DC Final 1971-72 Tour of Germany 1971 Tour of North America 1972 World Tour 1974 Tour of West Germany 1975 Aberdeen FC in
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James "Jimmy" Bonthrone
- Birth: 16 Jun 1929 • Kinglassie, Fife, Scotland
- Death: 07 Jun 2008 • Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
Manager, 12 Jul 1971 - 31 May 1975 and Assistant Manager, 1969 - 1971
Drybourgh Cup Quarter Final
31 Jul 1971
13 Aug 1995
30 years Testimonial
East Fife 0 v 2 Manchester United
Beckham (2), Attendance: 5,000
Jimmy Bonthrone 30 years Testimonial Programme, signed.
Pittodrie Park, Aberdeen, Scotland
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Family Tree Official's, Player's and staff details: Ancestry.com
A.F.C Official's, Player's and staff details source: AFC Heritage - The Official Aberdeen Football Club Heritage Trust.
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Aberdeen F.C. - Family/DNA
An un-official compilation of the family tree of Aberdeen Football Club's official's, player's and staff from 1881 to present from one personal family tree.