Jim Bett ' Aberdeen F.C. and Scotland ' Football Signed Cards Autograph £8.00
This is a scarce Hand Signed white card 6" x 4" by the former Aberdeen and Scotland footballer.
James "Jim" Bett (born 25 November 1959 in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire) is a Scottish former professional footballer, who predominantly played for Aberdeen. He played in central or left midfield. Bett was a Scottish Schoolboy internationalist, who started his career with Gartcosh United (GartcoshUnited.com) and Airdrieonians before moving to Icelandic side Valur in 1978. A year later he joined K.S.C. Lokeren (282) in Belgium before Rangers manager John Greig paid £150,000 to sign him for the Glasgow club in 1980. In three seasons at Ibrox he won a Scottish Cup winners medal (1980-81) and a League Cup winners medal (1982-83). During this spell he also earned his first selection for the Scotland national side, making the first of 25 appearances in 1982. Bett left Rangers in 1983 for a second spell with Lokeren before returning to his native land in 1985, joining Alex Ferguson's Aberdeen in 1985 for £300,000. During his time with the Dons he collected winners medals in the 1985-86 and 1989-90 seasons for both the Scottish League Cup and Scottish Cup. He left Pittodrie in 1994, after making almost 300 first-team appearances, and moved to KR Reykjavik. He won the Icelandic Cup with KR but left at the end of the 1994 Icelandic season to join Hearts, with whom he played the 1994-95 Scottish season. He retired in 1996, after a final season with Dundee United.