An Aberdeen fan who ran on to the pitch at Hampden Park during the League Cup final and kicked the ball will spend Christmas behind bars.
League Cup Final
Cup final fever has swept the north-east with legions of Dons fans travelling from throughout the world to be at Hampden tomorrow.
Alex Smith recalls his Aberdeen side finally ending their League Cup hoodoo in 1989 win over Rangers
It was a case of third time lucky for Aberdeen in the League Cup in 1989 following victory at the third attempt in a Hampden trilogy which is still remembered fondly today.
Alex Schalk's dramatic late strike secured a historic League Cup final victory for Ross County.
Thousands of Ross County fans will line the streets of Dingwall after this weekend's Highland derby to welcome the League Cup to the region and hail their history-making Hampden heroes.
Attacker Alex Schalk cannot promise a five-star performance when Ross County try to win the League Cup on Sunday - but he can guarantee there will be no lack of effort on his part.
Ross County's prodigal son Paul Quinn enjoyed a second Staggies debut to remember and hopes to cap his return to the club by helping them to League Cup victory on Sunday.
Should Ross County emerge victorious on Sunday one man deserves to savour the moment more than anyone else and that's Roy MacGregor.
Jackson Irvine hopes Ross County can go one better than the class of 2010 by following victory against Celtic by lifting silverware.
Former Ross County player Brian Irvine reckons the League Cup final is too close to call.
Few players, if any, contributed more to the Ross County cause over the years than Richard Brittain.
Jonathan Franks has added motivation to win the League Cup on Sunday as the Ross County midfielder seeks to keep his friend and cup final opponent Kevin Thomson quiet.
Ross County have revealed they are on track to sell-out their 7,000 allocation for the League Cup Final at Hampden next month.
League Cup holders Aberdeen will discover who they will face in the third round of this season's competition this afternoon.
No action will be taken over Aberdeen FC chairman Stewart Milne swearing live on the radio after the Scottish League Cup Final in March.