Aberdeen legend Frank McDougall has sadly died in hospital at the age of 65.
McDougall is fondly remembered for a three-year stint at Pittodrie in the mid 80s where he scored an incredible 44 goals in 69 appearances before his early retirement due to a knee injury in 1986. Renowned for his finishing ability, he was one of the best strikers in the country for a spell, starring for St Mirren before his move to Aberdeen where he scored 64 goals in 169 games. He kicked off his professional career at Clydebank with 25 goals in a 38 game campaign.
He was honoured at Pittodrie alongside Alex McLeish last year when he attended their 1-0 win over Livingston and is fondly remembered as a club legend having made a huge impact in his relatively short stint at the club. The news has emerged on social media that he passed away in hospital on Sunday morning due to Heart complications.
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