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Real Madrid send Aberdeen heartfelt letter as they join tributes to Neale Cooper

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Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeEuropean champions Real Madrid have written a compassionate letter to Aberdeen expressing their sympathy following the sudden death of Neale Cooper.

The Dons legend died on Monday after falling down stairs at a block of flats.

He was part of the Alex Ferguson side which stunned Real and world football to become European Cup Winners Cup champions in 1983.

And the La Liga giants showed their class just days after being crowned champions of Europe again by sending a letter to Pittodrie chairman Stewart Milne.

Aberdeen united in grief for Neale “Tattie” Cooper with tributes paid to the footballing legend across the city

It not the first time Real have shown their class through correspondence to a Scottish club.

Last December the Spanish side sent a letter of support to former Hibs striker Duncan Watmore as he faced a spell on the sidelines with cruciate damage.

It said: “Dear Duncan, On behalf of our president, Florentino Perez, and those who work for Real Madrid , we would like to wish you a smooth and speedy recovery from your knee injury.”

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