Some Aberdeen Fans Got To Watch The Game
The Scottish Premiership started on Saturday with no fans, but there are doors that can’t be closed, such as those from innovative fans desperate to watch their team.
Tell that to these Aberdeen supporters, who rented a mechanical platform to watch their match against Rangers from above.
The 2020-21 Scottish League started on Saturday with Aberdeen v Rangers (0-1). A high-level match… especially for some home fans with a lot of ingenuity and free time.
Spot the Dons in the cherry picker above Section Y. 10/10 for ingenuity! pic.twitter.com/rSMaQL3kws
— Robert Wicks (@robwicks) August 1, 2020
As is evident, the championship started behind closed doors, which has made some fans invent new ways of seeing the match without infringing rules. And this was the case, which caught the attention of journalists and photographers who attended the match.
Namely, two Aberdeen fans decided to rent a platform lift and went up on it, with their masks on and a flag of their team, to see the match above the stand.
The idea isn’t entirely new: a few days ago, some Hamilton fans also rented another platform lift to watch their friendly match against St Mirren. In this case, Rangers won, but ingenuity beats no one.