He was one of the best friends of many Aberdeen football fans.
Thousands gathered at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen tonight to celebrate the life of Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes said yesterday he would be “eternally grateful” to the late Neale Cooper for his unswerving support at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has paid tribute to Neale Cooper after his death.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said the city could consider a commemoration to the Dons legend.
He was the tough-tackling, talismanic figure, who was a pivotal part of the most famous Aberdeen team in history.
Neale Cooper’s former captain and fellow Gothenburg Great Willie Miller led the tributes to the former Don last night following his death at the age of 54.
Dons legend Neale Cooper has died aged 54 after being found injured in a flat on Sunday morning.
Police have launched an appeal to find an Aberdeen taxi driver who may be able to help establish what happened to Dons legend Neale Cooper.
Football fans across the country have come together in support of Dons legend Neale Cooper.