1999 Tour of Germany
Aberdeen FC played games in Germany.
Won 2 - Draw 0 - Lost 1
Tour Fixture List 1999
Peine Dist. Select 0 v 7 Aberdeen
17 Jul 1999
Pepper, Gillies, (3), Mackie, (2), Kiriakov
Celle XI 0 v 3 Aberdeen
21 Jul 1999
Jess, Winters, (2)
St. Pauli 1 v 0 Aberdeen
24 Jul 1999
Hamburg, Germany, Attendance: 4,000
Aberdeen Football Club Tour 1999
Manager: Ebbe Skovdahl Hansen, Players, No 1. Goalkeeper: James 'Jim' Leighton MBE, No 1. Goalkeeper: Ryan Esson, No 2. Right Back: Mark George Perry, No 3. Central Defender: Derek Whyte, No 4. Central Midfield: Colin Nigel Pepper, No 6. Central Midfield: Gary Smith, No 7. Outside Right: Donald-Olivier Sié, No 7. Forward: Jim Hamilton, No 8. Central Midfield: Eoin Jess, No 9. Forward: Robbie Winters, No 11. Central Midfield: Iliyan Ivanov Kiryakov, No 12. Central Midfield: Andrew James 'Andy' Dow, No 14. Central Midfield: Paul Bernard, No 15. Central Defender: Russell Anderson, No 18. Forward: Ricky Gillies, No 21. Central Midfield: Derek Young, No 22. Right Back: Michael Hart, No 24. Central Midfield: Russell Duncan, No 28. Outside Left: Iain David Good, No 29. Forward: Darren Mackie, No 29. Forward: Dennis Wyness, No 30. Left Back: James Reynolds 'Jamie' McAllister.
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.