Are we going to have a thread for every opposition player that gets injured this season?
He was injured in a friendly against Hibs helping both teams prepare for a season in very unusual circumstances during a global pandemic. It looks like he and Aberdeen had hoped he would get a decent move soon. I think a little sympathy is no bad thing.
And no I don't expect a thread for every injured player
A 23 year old footballer who plays for one of our biggest rivals is out injured for a few months whilst continuing on full pay, are we supposed to feel sorry for him?
He's got a knee injury that he'll most probably make a full recovery from by the end of the year, in the meantime one of our biggest rivals are deprived of the services of their top goalscorer, I'm personally delighted.
He plays a contact sport, injuries are part and parcel of the game. He's hardly been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
I think KingPat4 started the thread as a wee bit sympathy for a young laddie injured against Hibs is showing some sporting spirit (remember, football is just a sport).
You could have ignored the thread.
You could have just said "aw the best to the boy."
I hope cosgrove never plays or scores for Aberdeen again as he is a very good striker and goal scorer. They’ve said they’re doing 1 in 1 out so whilst injured they won’t be able to replace him as nobody will take an injured player. Our main rivals for 3rd main goal scorer is injured as is their back up? Good news imo
two relegations and one the first year of the premier league which we didn't take part in because we were in the div below = 30 years
Believe it or not it's actually 6 top 4 finishes in the top flight in 42 years. Although a slightly better stat is that we've finished top 4 on 5 occasions in the past 20 years with 3 of them in the Championship so 5 top 4 finishes out of a possible 17 in the top flight.
Still not great though and we've finished in the bottom 6 8 times (including last season) during the same period.