2004–05 Aberdeen F.C. season

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Aberdeen F.C.
2004-05 season
Chairman Stewart Milne
Manager Jimmy Calderwood
Scottish Premier League 4th
Scottish Cup Quarter Final
Scottish League Cup Fourth Round
Top goalscorer League: Darren Mackie (10)
All: Darren Mackie (11)
Highest home attendance 19,028 vs Rangers 7 August 2004
Lowest home attendance 4,549 vs Berwick Rangers 24 August 2004
Average home league attendance 12,149

The 2004-05 season was Aberdeen's 92nd season in the top flight of Scottish football and their 94th season overall. Aberdeen competed in the Scottish Premier League, Scottish League Cup, Scottish Cup.

Scottish Premier League[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score[1] Aberdeen Scorer(s)[2] Attendance Report
1 7 August Rangers H 0–0 19,028 AFC Heritage
2 14 August Heart of Midlothian A 0–0 13,684 AFC Heritage
3 21 August Dunfermline Athletic A 1–0 Whelan 8,533 AFC Heritage
4 28 August Livingston H 2–0 Craig (2) 13,888 AFC Heritage
5 11 September Dundee United A 1–1 Mackie 10,995 AFC Heritage
6 18 September Kilmarnock A 1–0 Fowler (own goal) 6,686 AFC Heritage
7 25 September Hibernian H 0–1 12,137 AFC Heritage
8 2 October Dundee H 1–1 Heikkinen 11,217 AFC Heritage
9 16 October Inverness Caledonian Thistle A 3–1 Adams (2), Mackie 9,530 AFC Heritage
10 23 October Motherwell A 2–1 Adams, Serverin 10,737 AFC Heritage
11 27 October Celtic A 3–2 Mackie, Pasquinelli, Stewart 57,151 AFC Heritage
12 31 October Rangers A 0–5 48,918 AFC Heritage
13 7 November Heart of Midlothian H 0–1 13,055 AFC Heritage
14 13 November Dunfermline Athletic H 2–1 Tod (own goal), Mackie 10,398 AFC Heritage
15 20 November Livingston A 2–0 Foster, Mackie 4,569 AFC Heritage
16 27 November Dundee United H 1–0 Tosh 12,038 AFC Heritage
17 4 December Kilmarnock H 3–2 Pasquinelli (2), Clark 11,139 AFC Heritage
18 11 December Hibernian A 1–2 Mackie 13,461 AFC Heritage
19 18 December Dundee A 0–1 7,310 AFC Heritage
20 27 December Inverness Caledonian Thistle H 0–0 18,250 AFC Heritage
21 3 January Motherwell A 0–0 7,948 AFC Heritage
22 16 January Celtic H 0–1 17,057 AFC Heritage
23 23 January Rangers H 1–2 Mackie 17,495 AFC Heritage
24 29 January Heart of Midlothian A 0–1 12,269 AFC Heritage
25 12 February Dunfermline Athletic A 1–2 Diamond 5,579 AFC Heritage
26 19 February Livingston H 2–0 McNaughton, Whelan 9,214 AFC Heritage
27 2 March Dundee United A 2–1 Diamond, Stewart 6,688 AFC Heritage
28 5 March Kilmarnock A 1–0 McNaughton 5,181 AFC Heritage
29 12 March Hibernian H 3–0 Anderson, Whelan, Mackie 14,465 AFC Heritage
30 19 March Dundee H 1–1 Whelan 11,138 AFC Heritage
31 2 April Inverness Caledonian Thistle A 1–0 Whelan 7,026 AFC Heritage
32 9 April Motherwell H 1–3 Heikkinen 10,443 AFC Heritage
33 16 April Celtic A 2–3 Diamond, Mackie 59,998 AFC Heritage
34 23 April Motherwell A 1–0 Mackie 5,063 AFC Heritage
35 1 May Rangers H 1–3 Clark 17,198 AFC Heritage
36 8 May Celtic A 0–2 59,498 AFC Heritage
37 14 May Hibernian A 2–1 15,288 AFC Heritage
38 22 May Heart of Midlothian H 2–0 Byrne, Adams 16,155 AFC Heritage

Scottish League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance Report
R2 24 August Berwick Rangers H 3–0 Diamond, Adams, Craig 4,549 AFC Heritage
R3 22 September Rangers H 0–2 14,876 AFC Heritage

Scottish Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent H/A Score Aberdeen Scorer(s) Attendance Report
R3 8 January Arbroath A 2–0 Heiikkinen, Mackie 4,165 AFC Heritage
R4 5 February Inverness Caledonian Thistle H 2–1 Mackie (2) 10,595 AFC Heritage
QF 27 February Dundee United A 1–4 Byrne 8,661 AFC Heritage

Squad[edit]

Players 2004-05[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 England GK David Preece
2 Scotland DF Phil McGuire
3 Scotland DF Kevin McNaughton
4 Scotland DF Russell Anderson (Captain)
5 Scotland DF Zander Diamond
6 Scotland MF Scott Severin
7 Finland MF Markus Paatelainen
7 Scotland MF Steve Tosh
8 Finland MF Markus Heikkinen
9 England FW Steven Craig
10 Scotland MF Derek Adams
11 Scotland MF Chris Clark
14 Scotland FW Darren Mackie
15 Scotland DF Michael Hart
No. Position Player
16 Scotland MF Scott Morrison
17 Iceland FW Thorarinn Kristjansson
18 Scotland DF Scott Muirhead
19 Scotland FW John Stewart
20 Scotland GK Ryan Esson
21 Scotland DF Richard Foster
22 Scotland MF Jamie Winter
23 England FW Noel Whelan
24 Argentina FW Fernando Pasquinelli
25 Republic of Ireland MF Gary Dempsey
27 Republic of Ireland DF Richie Byrne
28 Finland FW Mikko Paatelainen
29 Czech Republic FW Lubomir Blaha
50 Serbia and Montenegro GK Saša Ilić

References[edit]

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