2001–02 Aberdeen F.C. season

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Aberdeen F.C.
2001–02 season
Chairman Scotland Stewart Milne
Manager Denmark Ebbe Skovdahl
SPL 4th
Scottish Cup Quarter final
League Cup Round 3
Top goalscorer League: Robbie Winters 13
All: Robbie Winters 14
Highest home attendance 18,838 vs Rangers 28 July 2001
Lowest home attendance 8,599 vs Livingston 9 October 2001

Players[edit]

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Denmark GK Peter Kjær
2 Scotland DF Russell Anderson
3 Scotland DF Derek Whyte (captain)
4 Norway MF Cato Guntveit
5 Norway DF Thomas Solberg
6 Scotland DF Jamie McAllister
7 Belgium MF Roberto Bisconti
8 Scotland MF Darren Young (vice-captain)
9 Scotland FW Robbie Winters
10 Scotland MF Derek Young
11 Morocco FW Hicham Zerouali
12 England MF Ben Thornley
13 Scotland GK Mark Peat
14 Scotland DF Phil McGuire
No. Position Player
15 Scotland DF David Lilley
16 Morocco MF Rachid Belabed
17 Scotland DF Kevin McNaughton
18 Scotland MF Chris Clark
19 Ivory Coast FW Eugène Dadi
20 Scotland DF Kevin Rutkiewicz
21 England FW Leon Mike
22 Scotland FW Darren Mackie
23 Scotland GK Ryan Esson
24 Scotland MF Ross O'Donoghue
25 Scotland MF Fergus Tiernan
27 Iceland DF Calum Bett
28 Scotland FW Scott Michie
30 England GK David Preece

Statistics[edit]

Results And Fixtures[edit]

Scottish Premier League[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score[1] Aberdeen Scorer(s)[2] Attendance Report
1 28 July Rangers H 0–3 18,838 BBC Sport
2 4 August Heart of Midlothian A 0–1 12,696 BBC Sport
3 11 August Hibernian A 0–2 13,150 AFC Heritage
4 18 August Motherwell H 4–2 Thornley, Winters, Mackie, Zerouali 10,988 AFC Heritage
5 25 August St Johnstone A 1–1 McGuire 5,459 AFC Heritage
6 8 September Kilmarnock H 2–0 Thornley (2) 10,735 AFC Heritage
7 15 September Dundee United H 2–1 Winters, Zerouali 12,948 AFC Heritage
8 22 September Celtic A 0–2 59,197 AFC Heritage
9 29 September Dundee A 4–1 Zerouali (3), Mackie 8,359 AFC Heritage
10 13 October Livingston A 2–2 Mackie (2) 6,393 AFC Heritage
11 20 October Dunfermline Athletic H 3–2 Winters (2), Solberg 11,195 AFC Heritage
12 27 October Heart of Midlothian H 3–2 Dadi, Winters, Derek Young 13,883 AFC Heritage
13 4 November Rangers A 0–2 49,379 AFC Heritage
14 10 November Motherwell H 1–0 Dadi 11,490 AFC Heritage
15 17 November Hibernian H 2–0 Winters, Zerouali 12,511 AFC Heritage
16 24 November Motherwell A 2–3 Winters, Zerouali 7,032 AFC Heritage
17 1 December St Johnstone H 1–0 Winters 17,369 AFC Heritage
18 8 December Kilmarnock A 1–3 Zerouali 7,611 AFC Heritage
19 15 December Dundee United A 1–1 Winters 9,129 AFC Heritage
20 22 December Celtic H 2–0 Winters, Mackie 18,610 AFC Heritage
21 29 December Dunfermline Athletic A 0–1 7,774 AFC Heritage
22 2 January Livingston H 0–3 15,709 AFC Heritage
23 12 January Heart of Midlothian A 1–3 Bisconti 12,902 AFC Heritage
24 19 January Rangers H 0–1 17,846 AFC Heritage
25 23 January Hibernian A 4–3 Dadi, Winters, Guntveit, Mackie 10,555 AFC Heritage
26 29 January Dundee H 0–0 11,027 AFC Heritage
27 2 February St Johnstone A 1–0 Dadi 4,305 AFC Heritage
28 9 February Kilmarnock H 1–0 McGuire 13,004 AFC Heritage
29 16 February Dundee United H 4–0 Derek Young (2), Winters, Mike 13,612 AFC Heritage
30 2 March Celtic A 0–1 59,564 AFC Heritage
31 9 March Dundee A 3–2 Darren Young, Anderson, Mackie 8,122 AFC Heritage
32 16 March Dunfermline Athletic H 4–1 Stavrum (3), Derek Young 13,764 AFC Heritage
33 23 March Livingston A 0–0 9,449 AFC Heritage
34 6 April Dunfermline Athletic A 0–0 7,339 AFC Heritage
35 13 April Heart of Midlothian H 2–3 Rutkiewicz, Winters 12,467 AFC Heritage
36 20 April Livingston H 3–0 Mike, McGuire, Mackie 14,109 AFC Heritage
37 27 April Rangers A 0–2 48,878 AFC Heritage
38 12 May Celtic H 0–1 Stavrum 15,332 AFC Heritage

Final SPL table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Celtic 38 33 4 1 94 18 +76 103 UEFA Champions League 2002-03 Third qualifying round
2 Rangers 38 25 10 3 82 27 +55 85 UEFA Cup 2002-03 First round
3 Livingston 38 16 10 12 50 47 +3 58 UEFA Cup 2002-03 Qualifying round
4 ABERDEEN 38 16 7 15 51 49 +2 55 UEFA Cup 2002-03 Qualifying round
5 Heart of Midlothian 38 14 6 18 52 57 -5 48
6 Dunfermline Athletic 38 12 9 17 41 64 -23 45
7 Kilmarnock 38 13 10 15 44 54 -10 49
8 Dundee United 38 12 10 16 38 59 -21 46
9 Dundee 38 12 8 18 41 55 -14 44
10 Hibernian 38 10 11 17 51 56 -5 41
11 Motherwell 38 11 7 20 49 69 -20 40
12 St. Johnstone 38 5 6 27 24 62 -38 21 Relegated to First Division 2002-03

Source: SPL official website

Scottish League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance Report
R2 25 September Queen of the South A 2–1 Dadi, Thornley 3,418 AFC Heritage
R3 9 October Livingston H 1–6 Mackie 8,599 AFC Heritage

Scottish Cup[edit]

Main article: Scottish Cup 2001-02
Round Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance Report
R3 8 January St Johnstone A 2–0 Darren Young, Thornley 4,070 AFC Heritage
R4 26 January Livingston H 2–0 Winters, McAllister 10,261 AFC Heritage
QF 25 February Celtic H 0–2 17,082 AFC Heritage

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Aberdeen's score is shown first.
  2. ^ The number(s) in brackets shows the minute the goal(s) was/were scored.