Drew Jarvie made his mark in Scottish football with Airdrie where he formed a prolific goal scoring partnership with Drew Busby in the late sixties and early seventies. He was signed by the Lanarkshire club from Kilsyth Rangers in 1966 and his goal scoring exploits earned him International recognition in 1971 against Portugal. He became a record Aberdeen signing in 1972 when Jimmy Bonthrone swooped for him in a £72,000 transfer. <p> Drew scored on his Dons Debut in a 4-0 League Cup demolition of Queen of the South and went on to form a fruitful partnership with Joe Harper. The partnership was short lived however as Harper moved to Everton leaving Jarvie as the main striker but often lacking in support. Jarvie was in the Aberdeen side that won the League Cup in 1976, scoring the Dons first goal in Aberdeen's 2-1 win over Celtic. He went on to play a vital cameo role in the Dons run in to the Premier title in 1980, scoring some vital goals for the Dons and was awarded a testimonial against Ipswich in 1982 to bring to an end a glorious Aberdeen career. <p> Drew scored 131 goals in 286 appearances for the Dons between 1972-1982 before returning briefly to Airdrie. Drew returned to Pittodrie in 1988 as part of the new management team along with Alex Smith and Jocky Scott, looking after the many young players who have came through the Pittodrie ranks in recent years.