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34 minutes ago, Ivo den Bieman said:

Brechin City, Division 2 champions, 1982/83. Sure there are some pictures of their title clinching game against Meadowbank Thistle in 83- before the David Will stand was built.

 

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A few months after that photo was taken, I started Kirkcaldy High School and Ian Campbell was my PE teacher.

I think the resultant stress was maybe the reason for his hair starting to rapidly recede.

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14 hours ago, Arch Stanton said:

They are, always happy to talk about their playing days with the occasional (good natured) dig at me since they had a pretty decent record against St. Mirren towards the end of their careers.

Gal in particular regularly brings up a game at Love St. in the season when we won the cup. He saved a Gardner Speirs penalty and Bankies won 1-0.

Wouldn't imagine that Fallon is so keen to talk about his management days

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6 hours ago, Ivo den Bieman said:

Brechin City, Division 2 champions, 1982/83. Sure there are some pictures of their title clinching game against Meadowbank Thistle in 83- before the David Will stand was built.

 

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Is the guy top left pinching the arse of the guy beside him?

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17 minutes ago, Arch Stanton said:

Don't know but front row, 2nd from right looks like ex-St. Mirren and Falkirk right back John Young.

Who now works alongside them   He was a good full back back in the day.

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8 hours ago, Dundee Hibernian said:

Ian and Dick while at Dunfermline.

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Looks more like a tribute act to The Corries or some such pish than footballers 

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9 minutes ago, Clown Job said:

Celtic line up to play Ireland in the Mick McCarthy testimonial against Ireland in Dublin in 1996.
 

 

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So who were Celtic playing, then...

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Centrefold (SFLR 80-81).
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Some great players in there, a few wee fatties, and Andy Considine's dad. John McMaster, especially, was a player I admired, but bad injuries, some not vey accidental, restricted his career.

McMaster’s injury is why all Dons fans hate liverpule
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A fine summers day outside, so let’s head back to late winter of 2011 and Formartine United 2-0 Lossiemouth at North Lodge Park, Pitmedden. Mark Simpson of Formartine (red and white) watches Kevin Grant of Lossiemouth on what was one of the three coldest days I’ve ever spent watching football. The other two being a trip to Forfar in January 1996, and a cup final between Banks O’ Dee and Huntly last season. This was the closest I’ve ever come to subscribing to the idea of summer football, despite the game going ahead on a date (11/03) that would almost certainly be part of a summer season.

The rest of the photos from that day - https://photos.app.goo.gl/YH7TKT8bUG9Het2s9

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