Aberdeen announced the death of their former player Davie Robb at the age of 74. He was a player who failed to accomplish what he deserved. He was the player whom people pay money to see his games. He suffer many injuries in game. He was a team player and he will be loved and remembered by Aberdeen fans from his era.
Davie robb has scored 77 goals in 251 games for the Dons, including the winning goal in the 1976 League Cup final against Celtic. Additionally, he was capped five times by the Scottish national team.
In a statement, the club said: “Davie was the embodiment of the cult hero, a footballer who played the game the way the supporters would if only they were allowed off the terraces and onto the park. Robb gave everything to the game, left nothing on the pitch, but was an entertainer too, whether he had the ball at his foot, or an opponent by the scruff of the neck.”
Former team-mate Willie Miller told BBC Sportsound: “He was a fun-loving guy, a real character, a very good footballer, a Scottish internationalist, a really important player.”