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1 minute ago, HibeeJibee said:

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The goal that won that cup final, picture possibly taken from the same spot.

Check out the absolute scenes in the background!

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The King, Denis Law, after scoring the first goal of the brilliant 3-2 win at Wembley in 1967. Bobby Lennox and Jim McCalliog scored the others. Ronnie McKinnon is the no. 5 and the other lot had won the WC just under 10 months earlier.

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Dindeleux said:

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.  

150 centenary?

 

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23 hours ago, Dindeleux said:

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.  

150 centenary?

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St. Mirren in 1883/84 with the Renfrewshire Cup.

The following season they would wear black and white vertical stripes for the first time, a full 6 seasons before Notts County and 10 before Newcastle Utd.smfc1884.JPG.dea2a5677f28427ac2c12182d916480b.JPG

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1964. Alan Gilzean swording England at Hampden in front of 134,000. Such was his goal scoring intuition he didn't even need to face the goal to score.

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What’s the time? Nearly ten past Haffey. Disaster at Wembley in April 1961.

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27 minutes ago, Eednud said:

What’s the time? Nearly ten past Haffey. Disaster at Wembley in April 1961.

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Such was the shame he moved to Australia

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