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Neale James "Tattie" Cooper

1978-86

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Neale James 'Tattie' Cooper

Neale James "Tattie" Cooper

Football Player, No 4 Right Half Back

  • Birth: 24 Nov 1963 • Darjeeling, West Bengal, India
  • Death: 28 May 2018 • Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen, Scotland


Experience

  • Senior Debut:

    Testimonial
    Gordon Marshall & Cammy Murray

    Arbroath Select 2 v 2 Aberdeen

  • 23 Oct 1978

  • Senior Debut:

    Premier Division

    Aberdeen 2 v 0 Kilmarnock

  • 11 Oct 1980

  • 10 Nov 2017

    Aberdeen FC Hall of Fame

    Inducted into the AFC Hall of Fame

  • 22 Nov 2019

    Cruyff Foundation - Tullos

    Pitch has been named, Pitch - Cruyff Court Neale Cooper

    Aberdeen City Council, the Denis Law Legacy Trust and the
    Johan Cruyff Foundation worked in partnership to lead the project.

  • 27 Nov 2019

    Cormack Park - Kingswells

    Pitches have been named, Pitch 6 - Neale Cooper

    Aberdeen FC's new training complex, community
    sports hub and Bobby Clark football academy.

Autograph

  • Neale "Tattie" Cooper autograph.

    • From Graeme Watson's personal collection, Neale James 'Tattie' Cooper autograph.

Medal

  • European Cup Winners' Cup, Winners Medal 1983

    • From Graeme Watson's personal collection, European Cup Winners Cup, Winners Medal front.
    • From Graeme Watson's personal collection, European Cup Winners Cup, Winners Medal back.

    11 May 1983
    Aberdeen 2 v 1 Real Madrid (a.e.t.)
    Inscription on back in French, Coupe Des Vainouers De Coupe Europeenie.
    Translated means, European Cup Winners' Cup and the year 1983


Programme

  • Neale Cooper's, 1st Premier Division Match

    • From Graeme Watson's personal collection, Neale Cooper's, 1st Premier Division Match programme

Aberdeen won the game 2 v 0, scorers Scanlon 48', Jarvie 77'.

Honours (1980-86)

Trophys Description Year Match Location
European Super Cup - Silhouette European Super Cup
23 Nov 1983 & 20 Dec 1983
1st Leg: SV Hamburg 0 v 0 Aberdeen
2nd Leg: Aberdeen 2 v 0 SV Hamburg
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany & Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland
European Cup Winners Cup - Silhouette European Cup Winners Cup
11 May 1983
Aberdeen 2 v 1 Real Madrid (a.e.t.)
Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden
Scottish Cup - Silhouette Scottish Cup
22 May 1982
Aberdeen 4 v 1 Rangers (a.e.t.)
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Scottish Cup - Silhouette Scottish Cup
21 May 1983
Aberdeen 1 v 0 Rangers (a.e.t.)
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Scottish Cup - Silhouette Scottish Cup
19 May 1984
Aberdeen 2 v 1 Celtic (a.e.t.)
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Scottish Cup - Silhouette Scottish Cup
10 May 1986
Aberdeen 3 v 0 Hearts
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Scottish League Premiership Cup - Silhouette Scottish Premier Division Champions
1983-84
Scotland
Scottish League Premiership Cup - Silhouette Scottish Premier Division Champions
1984-85
Scotland
Scottish league Cup - Silhouette Scottish league Cup
27 Oct 1985
Aberdeen 3 v 0 Hibernian
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland

External Link

  • 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.
    Aberdeen Football Club's 1979 type Logo is used to convey the meaning intended and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the intended image - This version designed by Graeme Watson 2019 (Logo is for representation only and use of the logo here does not imply endorsement.)
    Insert Photo: From Graeme Watson's personal collection, Neale "Tattie" Cooper autograph.
    Insert Photos: From Graeme Watson's personal collection, European Cup Winners' Cup, Winners Medal front & back 1983 (replica).
    Insert Photo: From Graeme Watson's personal collection, Neale Cooper's, 1st Premier Division Match programme.
    Programmes displayed on this website are to illustrate the article on the match to which the programme was issued and to bring further understanding to the reader.
    Additional information source: (Leatherdale, Clive (1986). The Aberdeen Football Companion. John Donald, Edinburgh.)
    Header Background: Aberdeen Football Club, Pittodrie Stadium, Main Stand Entrance, 2015, Aberdeen, Scotland - Copyright © 2015 Graeme Watson.

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