Fulham target Fyvie ‘gutted’ after Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup hopes dashed

Fraser Fyvie has admitted that he, his teammates and manager Craig Brown were all ‘gutted’ after losing the Scottish Cup semi-final to Hibernian on Saturday.

Fraser Fyvie has admitted that he, his teammates and manager Craig Brown were all ‘gutted’ after losing the Scottish Cup semi-final to Hibernian on Saturday.

The Dons fell behind when Garry O’Connor scored in the third minute at Hampden Park before Rory Fallon responded just before the hour-mark.

But Aberdeen conceded late goal to Leigh Griffiths to be bundled out of the competition and Fulham target Fyvie has revealed there were some harsh words from Brown in the dressing after the match.

“The manager was angry and gutted. It was an easy second goal that Hibs got,” he said.

“We came out in the second half, played well and were right on top with Hibs dead on their feet.

“But then they scored late on to win and the way the goals were conceded was disappointing.

“The manager said that to us afterwards and told us what we had done wrong defensively.

“The boys are absolutely gutted, especially after coming back into the match with such a great goal.”

 
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