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FC Groningen

Albert Rusnak set to leave Manchester City for Groningen

Albert Rusnak has caught the eye in the Eredivisie.

Manchester City youngster Albert Rusnak is set to leave the club on a permanent basis to join Groningen, sources have told ESPN FC.

Rusnak is currently on loan at Eredivisie side Cambuur Leeuwarden until January, where he has been winning plenty of new admirers.

Cambuur were keen to extend his stay and make the move permanent, with the 20-year-old having scored three goals in 15 appearances, helping the club to eighth spot in the table.

However, his performances have not gone unnoticed among other...

FC Groningen 1-2 Aberdeen

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Aberdeen set up a Europa League clash with Real Sociedad after first-half goals from Adam Rooney and Niall McGinn earned them a memorable 2-1 win over Groningen in Holland.

Aberdeen knew that an away goal would be crucial following a goalless Pittodrie clash and they got it 26 minutes into the second leg of the second qualifying round when Rooney converted a penalty.

McGinn followed up after Rooney hit the bar seven minutes later and Aberdeen looked like strolling through.

But Maikel Kieftenbeld pulled...

Dons held to goalless draw

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Aberdeen and FC Groningen fought out a goalless stalemate at Pittodrie as both sides cancelled each other out in the first leg of their Europa League second qualifying round tie.

Niall McGinn and Peter Pawlett had the Dons' best chances of the match, but were unable to find a way past visiting goalkeeper Sergio Padt.

The Aberdeen defence, meanwhile, were able to limit their opponents to long-range efforts, which Jamie Langfield was also equal to.

Derek McInnes was able to field his normal starting...