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A Photographic History Of Scottish Football

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Post any old photos of your club; images of fans, players, matches, etc.

Include some relevant information about the photo(s), if you can.

There may be a P&Ber that can identify your images or provide further information about your pictures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is an excellent photo, posted by The Guardian website:

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Hibernian’s Lawrie Reilly striking/scoring at Easter Road.

Going by Fitbastats.com, this could be from 28 April 1951; Hibernian beat Rangers 4-1 in front of a crowd of >40000. Hibs went on to win the league by ten points.

 

4-1 Vs Rangers in Scottish League (28/04/1951)

Competition Scottish League (Division One (old) / 29)
Date 28/04/1951 (Saturday) (Season: 1950/1951)
Attendance 40000
Manager Shaw, Hugh
Venue Home

Lineup

Player Goals Cards
Younger, Tommy    
Howie, Hugh    
Cairns, Jimmy    
Gallacher, Michael    
Paterson, Jock    
Buchanan, Archie    
Smith, Gordon scoredscored  
Johnstone, Bobby scored  
Reilly, Lawrie scored  
Turnbull, Eddie    
Combe, Bobby    
Average age of Starting Lineup is 24 Years 344 Days. (From 7 players).
Starting Lineup has made 1602 starts and 0 sub appearances between them. (Before this match)
Starting Lineup contains 3 changes from the previous game.

Hibs fielded four of ‘The Famous Five’, with Bobby Combe in place of Willie Ormond.

 

Edited by Mr .Gifs™

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Kilmarnock keeper Bobby Ferguson makes a great save to keep the score Hearts 0-2 Kilmarnock at Tynecastle on the final day of the 1964/65 season.

Killie beat Hearts to the title by 0.042 of a goal, our only Scottish league title.

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Alan Gilzean scoring his and Dundee’s second in the 3-0 win over St Johnstone at Muirton Park in the last game of the season on 28 April 1962. Dundee won the League by 3 points.

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5 hours ago, Eednud said:

Alan Gilzean scoring his and Dundee’s second in the 3-0 win over St Johnstone at Muirton Park in the last game of the season on 28 April 1962. Dundee won the League by 3 points.

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and relegated the Perth fuds.

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13 minutes ago, Bigmouth Strikes Again said:

and relegated the Perth fuds.

A win-win :angel

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Bobby Murdoch and Alex Rae lead out their teams for the League Cup Final on 23rd October 1971. Despite being written off by just about everybody outside of Firhill, Thistle would go on to create the biggest ever upset in Scottish Football history. Certainly for a cup final by winning 4-1. (4-0 ht ). 

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2 hours ago, Tynieness said:

Image result for heart of midlothian pre war

HMFC pre warJust out of shot is Granny Danger

 

 

 

The Boer War?

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9 minutes ago, Jacksgranda said:

The Boer War?

Napoleonic.....

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25 minutes ago, Jacksgranda said:

The Boer War?

Bore.

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Andrew Watson the first black player to play internationally and winner of three Scotland caps.  There was a wait of almost a century before the next black player represented Scotland.

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Programme covers from Glasgow v Sheffield - last surviving and most famous of the inter-city series. Commenced in 1874, the last meeting was in 1960.

Glasgow played their last-ever game in 1977 against the Football League:

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Edited by HibeeJibee

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One of the first known pictures of any Kilmarnock team taken in 1879, ten years after their formation. At this point in time Rangers and Dumbarton are only 7 years old, Hearts are 5, Hibs are 4 and we're 9 years away from the creation of Celtic. At the time the team played in Oxford (dark) blue with white shorts - the blue and white vertical stripes first appeared in 1896 but in the early 20th century up until 1960 or so the team wore hoops.

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14 minutes ago, Andy_K_97 said:

One of the first known pictures of any Kilmarnock team taken in 1879, ten years after their formation. At this point in time Rangers and Dumbarton are only 7 years old, Hearts are 5, Hibs are 4 and we're 9 years away from the creation of Celtic. At the time the team played in Oxford (dark) blue with white shorts - the blue and white vertical stripes first appeared in 1896 but in the early 20th century up until 1960 or so the team wore hoops.

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I love how the pic is centred around the guy's spare tyre. 

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4 minutes ago, 7-2 said:

I love how the pic is centred around the guy's spare tyre. 

An early picture of Kris Boyd.

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32 minutes ago, Bobby Skidmarks said:

An early picture of Kris Boyd.

Greenied to cancel out Bennets red dot.

 

You upset that boy again? :lol:

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5 minutes ago, Flybhoy said:

Greenied to cancel out Bennets red dot.

 

You upset that boy again? :lol:

Please ruffle my greasy hair Skidders....^

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1 hour ago, Andy_K_97 said:

One of the first known pictures of any Kilmarnock team taken in 1879, ten years after their formation. At this point in time Rangers and Dumbarton are only 7 years old, Hearts are 5, Hibs are 4 and we're 9 years away from the creation of Celtic. At the time the team played in Oxford (dark) blue with white shorts - the blue and white vertical stripes first appeared in 1896 but in the early 20th century up until 1960 or so the team wore hoops.

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I love these strips.

Should go for these for the 150 centenary.   Blue with a white hand for home and white with a red hand for the away strip.

 

ETA - I like the fact Rangers were only 7 years old when the picture was taken and the new version are 6 years old (almost) when the thread is happening.  

Edited by Dindeleux

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