1910–11 Aberdeen F.C. season

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Aberdeen F.C.
1910-11 season
Manager Jimmy Philip
Scottish Football League First Division Runner-up
Scottish Cup Semi final
Top goalscorer League: Angus McIntosh (16)
All: Angus McIntosh (17)
Highest home attendance 15,000 vs. Clyde, 2 January 1911
Lowest home attendance 3,500 vs. Hamilton Academical, 25 March 1911

Aberdeen F.C. competed in the Scottish Football League First Division and Scottish Cup in season 1910–11.

Overview[edit]

This was Aberdeen's eighth season overall and their sixth successive season in the top flight of Scottish football. The team finished in their highest league position to date, second behind champions Rangers. In the Scottish Cup, they lost in the semi final to Celtic. New additions to the team included forward Pat Travers, who later went on to manage the club. Angus McIntosh finished as the club's top scorer with 17 goals in both competitions.

Results[edit]

Scottish First Division[edit]

Match Day Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance
1 20 August Raith Rovers H 2–0 McIntosh, Lennie 7,000
2 22 August Third Lanark A 2–2 Soye, McIntosh 6,000
3 3 September Hamilton Academical H 2–2 Murray, Lennie 5,000
4 17 September Rangers A 4–2 Wyllie, McIntosh, Murray, Lennie 19,000
5 24 September Falkirk H 1–0 Murray 9,000
6 26 September Queen's Park H 5–1 McIntosh (3), Murray, Travers 9,000
7 1 October Clyde A 0–0 12,000
8 8 October Motherwell H 3–0 Soye, Murray, Lennie 10,000
9 15 October Kilmarnock A 1–0 Travers 7,000
10 22 October Airdrieonians H 1–0 Soye 7,500
11 29 October Partick Thistle A 0–1 20,000
12 5 November Heart of Midlothian H 3–2 McIntosh, Murray, Travers 8,000
13 12 November Dundee A 0–2 18,000
14 19 November St. Mirren H 2–1 McIntosh, Murray 4,000
15 26 November Raith Rovers A 1–0 Travers 5,000
16 3 December Rangers H 1–0 McIntosh 11,000
17 10 December Hibernian A 1–2 McIntosh 7,000
18 17 December Heart of Midlothian A 3–0 Murray, McIntosh, Travers 7,500
19 24 December Dundee H 0–0 13,000
20 31 December St. Mirren A 0–2 7,000
21 2 January Clyde H 1–0 Murray 15,000
22 7 January Falkirk A 1–1 McIntosh 7,000
23 14 January Celtic H 1–0 Soye 13,500
24 21 January Motherwell A 1–0 Travers 6,500
25 4 February Third Lanark H 3–1 Miller, Soye, Lennie 9,500
26 18 February Kilmarnock H 1–1 Travers 10,000
27 4 March Morton H 3–1 McIntosh, Nicol, Lennie 8,000
28 18 March Airdrieonians A 3–1 McIntosh, Nicol, Travers 4,500
29 25 March Hamilton Academical A 0–1 3,500
30 1 April Partick Thistle H 1–1 Lennie 9,000
31 8 April Hibernian H 1–1 McIntosh 7,000
32 15 April Morton A 1–1 McIntosh 7,000
33 22 April Queen's Park A 4–2 Wyllie, Travers (2), Lennie 4,000
34 29 April Celtic A 0–0 12,500

Final League table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Rangers 34 23 6 5 90 34 56 52
2 ABERDEEN 34 19 10 5 53 28 25 48
3 Falkirk 34 17 10 7 65 42 23 44
4 Partick Thistle 34 17 8 9 50 41 9 42

Scottish Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance
R1 28 January Brechin City H 3–0 Soye, Murray, Travers 6,500
R2 11 February Airdrieonians H 1–0 McIntosh 13,000
R3 25 February Forfar Athletic H 6–0 Nicol (5), Travers 10,000
SF 11 March Celtic A 0–1 45,000

Squad[edit]

Appearances & Goals[edit]

No. Nat Pos Player Total First Division Scottish Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Scotland DF Donald Colman 36 0 32 0 4 0
Scotland DF Stewart Davidson 11 0 7 0 4 0
Scotland FW John Edgar 1 0 1 0 0 0
Scotland DF Bobby Hannah 2 0 2 0 0 0
Scotland DF Archie Harper 2 0 2 0 0 0
Scotland DF Jock Hume 36 0 32 0 4 0
Scotland GK Arthur King 38 0 34 0 4 0
Scotland FW Willie Lennie 31 8 27 8 4 0
Scotland MF George MacFarlane 2 0 2 0 0 0
Scotland FW Angus McIntosh 38 17 34 16 4 1
Scotland MF James Miller 34 1 30 1 4 0
Scotland FW Tom Murray 30 10 29 9 1 1
Scotland FW Charlie Neilson 5 0 5 0 0 0
Scotland FW WD Nicol 9 7 7 2 2 5
Scotland MF James Robertson 1 0 1 0 0 0
Scotland FW Jimmy Soye 37 6 33 5 4 1
Scotland FW Pat Travers 38 12 34 10 4 2
Scotland DF George Wilson 34 0 32 0 2 0
Scotland MF Jock Wylie 33 2 30 2 3 0

References[edit]

  • Kevin Stirling. Aberdeen A Centenary History 1903-2003. Desert Island Books 2002. ISBN 1-874287-49-X.