Hugh McDonald McLaren
Football Player, No 5 Centre Half
- Birth: 13 Jan 1901 • Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, Scotland
- Death: 08 Mar 1971 • Littleborough, Lancashire, England
"From the Pittodrie dressing room of the time I gained the gist of what happened. A number of players decided to place fixed-odds bets with Aberdeen bookmaker Will Jamieson, on the basis that the Dons would be drawing at half-time and winning at full-time. Clearly, they could have some say in these matters and even if they hoped to win the match, the attempt to arrange the half-time draw was in itself a corruption."
(Webster, Jack (2003). The First 100 years of The Dons: The official history of Aberdeen Football Club 1903 – 2003. Hodder & Stoughton, London.)
Aberdeen F.C. 1928-29
Back Row L-R: Alexander Merrie, Willie Cooper, Dick Donald, Jock McHale,
Hugh McLaren, Daniel McKenzie, Ned Legge.
Middle Row L-R: Ritchie, (ass mgr), Jimmy Black, Jimmy Smith, Willie Jackson,
Harry Blackwell, Duncan Yuill, Andy Love, Tom Mcleod, Doug Livingstone,
Front Row L-R: Robertson, (sec), John Polland, John Wilson, Eddie Falloon,
Bob McDermid, (capt), Malcolm Muir, Benny Yorston, Alexander Cheyne, Frank Hill,
Paddy Travers, (manager).
Trophies, Fleming Shield, Aberdeenshire County Cup, Aberdeen District League Cup,
Dewar Challenge Shield.
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