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  1. I was at the Liverpool game and never saw any of the goals. Was away for a pie when Liverpool scored and missed it completely. Then I left to get the bus in Caledonia Street with just about 4 minutes to go and missed the equaliser and penalties. I was also at the 2nd leg of the final against Bristol City in 1980 when St Mirren won the Anglo Scottish cup.
  2. Coll and Tiree are fantastic islands to visit. The beaches are superb on both islands. Our favourite was one quite near the RSPB site on Coll - can't remember the name it. We're hoping to go back to Tiree sometime in the future for a longer period.
  3. Well played Dundee, you thoroughly deserved to win over the 2 games. We meanwhile were an utter shambles and disgrace and got what we deserved over the season. 2 years ago I was looking forward to seeing Killie playing in Europe and now we are relegated - what a disgraceful turn around. Bowie and McLeish have a lot to answer for. It's complete mismanagement from them and I don't see us coming back up soon.
  4. Congratulations to St Johnstone, what a magnificent achievement. Savour every minute of this as this is probably one of the biggest, if not the biggest, achievements ever by a Scottish club.
  5. My favourite player when I was young - until he joined them.
  6. You are correct - It's usually the other way round. 😀😀 While playing for Ayr United, he made his only appearance for the Scottish National Team on 17 December 1975 in a 1–1 draw with Romania - He even managed to get booked. He was the first serving member of the Honest Men to play for Scotland since Bob Hepburn in 1932; none have done so since.
  7. Didn't recognise the Ayr United player - wasn't deliberate 😁😁 Would never have got him as I didn't realise he'd been in a Scotland squad at that time.
  8. Back row - Definitely Holton and Fat Bob is DJ Middle Row - definitely Ally Hunter and Hugh Allan Bottom row - 2nd in I think is Colin Stein Struggling with 2nd from the right - possibly Eddie Colquhoun, although I doubt it
  9. Sad news of his death. Gone far too young Did a great job for both us and yourselves. Played a big part in our promotion team 1990 alongside the Carpetfiter.
  10. I never lied Tommy Burns when he played for Celtic and ended up loving the guy. Killie have so much to thank him for - he was the catalyst for getting us back to the 1st division, then the Premier League. He did so much for us during his time at Rugby Park.
  11. That was a great night as was the victory over St Mirren in the previous round. The icing on the cake was Roy Aitken getting sent off.
  12. Great picture - I have never seen a picture of that end without the roof.
  13. Looks like either penny Hope or Douglas Hope We used to think they were bad but they are absolutely miles ahead of the clowns refereeing today. They knew how to 'man manage' players, or probably were actually allowed to do so rather than today's clones. I seem to remember some story about someone wanting to 'dance like Vic Kasule' but don't know anything other than that.
  14. Sad news. What a lovely man he was. I knew him through the football and swimming at Neilston baths - well he spent most of the time talking. Always enjoyed talking about football with him. RIP big man.
  15. Sounds great. Colombia is supposed to be beautiful. NZ was also brilliant and if I was ever to emigrate anywhere it would be NZ. Too old for that now
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