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Perhaps one of these four team tourneys played over two days? No idea, just a wild guess.

Tennent’s Cup.

 

Rangers and Southampton were the other two clubs involved.

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On ‎01‎/‎09‎/‎2018 at 16:17, Drew Brees said:


State of that goalmouth.

But that's when goals were proper goals - when the ball went in them, they stayed in, so you knew a goal had actually been scored!  Hampden's were massive!

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My brother-in-law is in that photo, nobody has named him yet!

He played 148 games 4 goals over 4 years.

Captain for the promotion season.

 

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On 9/6/2018 at 08:11, SlipperyP said:

My brother-in-law is in that photo, nobody has named him yet!

Alex Hamill, Tommy O'Neil, Gerry Collins,Willie Jamieson , Jim Liddle , Ally Brazil , Kevin McKee, Alex Taylor , Adrian Sprott, 

Charlie Speirs, Rikki ferguson < Dave McKellar, Willie Watters,

Stevie Clarke, Joe Reid, Jimmy Sinclair, Graeme Mitchell, Gerry Philips, John Pelosi , John Brogan, Derek Walker 

 

plus maybe Albert Craig top left

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10 hours ago, SlipperyP said:

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Correction  - 3rd from left at the top looks more like the maestro himself ( and Dougie Imrie hater ) Gerry McCabe.

There are 2 decent teams in that line up  - throw in Mark Fulton and you have the team who knocked Rangers out the Cup in 1987... and then got relegated.

Jim Liddle wasn't the best, mind  ;-)

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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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Flybhoy's  'A Photographic History of Celtic' needs counterbalanced a bit......

start with Roy Keane's debut for his bhoyhood heroes in 2006

 

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Flybhoy's  'A Photographic History of Celtic' needs counterbalanced a bit......
start with Roy Keane's debut for his bhoyhood heroes in 2006
 
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eddie malone scored a cracker that day!

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Airdrie fans gather at a roundabout to make a 'rid haun' salute in the 1980's, and a match programme of theirs from a couple of years ago commemorating remembrance Sunday with a picture of Nazi soldiers on the front  :lol:

Airdrie, the town and club that time forgot. 

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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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Looks like the photographer in front of the dugout in the first pic is Matt McGlone.

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12 minutes ago, H Wragg said:


Looks like the photographer in front of the dugout in the first pic is Matt McGlone.

Well spotted, he worked for the Celtic View then.

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41 minutes ago, scotfree said:

Some no name manager at East Stirlingshire. 1974

 

 

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I wonder whatever became of whoever he was?

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