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There's a classic clip of Tommy Gemmell launching a German (I think) into space...

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1 hour ago, SouthLanarkshireWhite said:

And one against Aberdeen from 67AberdeenvClyde1967(Munro)_rdax_80.thumb.jpg.fc7eb91cdfc88da9d281357e2d1e7258.jpg

 

 

The f**k is the keeper doing there?!

Some Billy Elliot shit going on.

Edited by DA Baracus

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2 hours ago, SouthLanarkshireWhite said:

And one against Aberdeen from 67AberdeenvClyde1967(Munro)_rdax_80.thumb.jpg.fc7eb91cdfc88da9d281357e2d1e7258.jpg

That'd make a cracking Spot The Ball competition.

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2 hours ago, SouthLanarkshireWhite said:

And one against Aberdeen from 67AberdeenvClyde1967(Munro)_rdax_80.thumb.jpg.fc7eb91cdfc88da9d281357e2d1e7258.jpg

 

 

Must have been missed. Our only scorer that day was Willie Watt and the guy taking the penalty is Francis Munro.

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1 hour ago, Paulster1987 said:

Going with no

Just saw that wee gap at the halfway line which is where they had the segregation fence at Brockville. But segregration didn't arrive at St Johnstone until the mid-1970s I think.

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1 hour ago, kingjoey said:

Must have been missed. Our only scorer that day was Willie Watt and the guy taking the penalty is Francis Munro.

Yeah, Munro's penalty was pushed up by Clyde keeper Wright against the underside of the bar, which maybe accounts for his posture. Running in – no 9 – is the man who won the penalty: ex Leeds United striker and future St Johnstone manager Jim Storrie.

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2 hours ago, Paulster1987 said:

Falkirk v Celtic 1960s Brockville

 

 

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Joe McBride the Celtic player im sure. 

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2 hours ago, Paulster1987 said:

Falkirk v Celtic 1960s Brockville

 

 

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Did realise that the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Man played for Celtic 

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44 minutes ago, Mr Heliums said:

Just saw that wee gap at the halfway line which is where they had the segregation fence at Brockville. But segregration didn't arrive at St Johnstone until the mid-1970s I think.

It was a gate leading out to the street.

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On 08/09/2018 at 19:27, Flybhoy said:

Celtic win the league at Love Street in 1986 with a wee bit of help from a wee Bobby Ball lookalike 70 miles or so up the road at Dundee, the most dramatic and unexpected title win of Celtic's i've witnessed, a mere 9 years old I was as me and my dad jumped around the living room as news of Hearts late collapse at Dens Park came through on the radio. 

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What was the reaction at Dens Park like? Dont think I have ever seen any pics?

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28 minutes ago, Mr Heliums said:

Yeah, Munro's penalty was pushed up by Clyde keeper Wright against the underside of the bar, which maybe accounts for his posture. Running in – no 9 – is the man who won the penalty: ex Leeds United striker and future St Johnstone manager Jim Storrie.

And wee Ian Taylor (No 11) at the edge of the box.

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