Paul was a great player for Aberdeen. He was a hard working attacking midfielder who scored regularly and was hugely popular with the fans. It was no co incidence that Aberdeen went downhill after he left and to date nobody has replaced him. Badly missed but left us with great memories. Stand free
The man was a legend at Aberdeen especially with the fans. Great player, popped up from nowhere but always put in a shift whenever he turned out for us. Very handy in and around to box too. As said below, he has never been replaced.
On one of many memorable AFC moments from 'Scouse', I remember him sliding in on his arse, right along the six yard box to celebrate with all the naughty boys packed in behind the away goal after Jim Bett had equalized for us in a 2-2- draw v's the huns at the Bronx (late 80's I think and after being 2-0 down). I'll never forget that, he had an afinity with the lads who adored him. Straight to us, what a boy!
Cheers for the memories (I think Im allowed to say that I speak on behalf of all ex ASC who attended during that heady period).
Great to see a scouser do so well in football - the long way round. Underrated footballer who couldn't have hindered Graeme Taylor's England side, IMO...
What I love about Paul is that we share the same name - one day i'll stay in his guest house!! Chin Up Paul.
Also Paul Mason
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