On Sunday, the Pittodrie outfit beat Inverness Caledonian Thistle with penalties at Celtic Park, claiming their first trophy since 1995, and pay per head sportsbooks saw how delighted the fans were.
Neither side was able to score over 120 minutes, but in the subsequent shootout price per head services saw that Aberdeen held their nerve to run out 4-2 winners after Billy McKay and Greg Tansey failed from 12 yards for Inverness.
Aberdeen, who in the 1980’s were a powerhouse in Scottish football, were roared on by most of the 51,143 attending fans, leaving price per head services very impressed.
Anderson’s side also showed good form this season in the league, as they’re sitting second behind runaway leaders Celtic, and pay per head sportsbooks can see that they are now moving into the Scottish Cup’s semi-finals.
The defender told BBC Scotland: “It is the first step in what we hope will be more successful times for Aberdeen.
“It has been a long time waiting for it, so we just need to kick on now.
“I think everybody was expecting 25-30,000 fans to come here with us, but to get 40-odd thousand is incredible and definitely helped us.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, who earlier in the week signed a contract extension, felt that his side deserved to succeed, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see them continue this way.
“No matter how we’ve won it, we’ve won it and deserved to win it,” he added.
“I thought we got the best of the first half in terms of controlling it and opportunities, but I thought the second half and extra time was very even.
“We have won a tight, fiercely contested match and we’ve shown enough bottle and composure at the penalty kicks.
“Everybody’s doubted whether we can do this, but we’ve handled it every time there’s been a question mark hanging over us.
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“These supporters deserve some success.”