Source: Aberdeen Daily Journal, 28th December 1908
The "A" Team Lose.The weather in Aberdeen on Saturday was all against good play. A strong wind blew across the field which made the ball extremely difficult to gather and keep under control. Wishaw Thistle proved a well-balanced team, and fully upheld their reputation. Aberdeen had one new forward on view, while another found the journey too trying to strip, and acted as an unwilling spectator. Play was very scrappy, and the few hundreds present had very little to enthuse over. The visitors showed more method in their work, and their first goal came as the result of good work by the front line. Though Aberdeen had several splendid opportunities, the whole forward line were at sixes and sevens, while their shooting was distinctly wide of the mark. Towards the close, Wishaw got another goal from a fine run, and a poor game ended in a win for the Thistle by 2-0.
Source: Bon-Accord, 31st December 1908