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  1. 7 of the 8 bottom EPL teams wear

    Kilmarnock - 1965 or thereabouts.
  2. * The Generic Laugh at celtc Thread *

    We've got them twice, plus they have Aberdeen, Hibs & Hearts - squeaky bum time as Sir Alex described it?
  3. As away days go

    I was there - with a bottle of Black Label. What a night.
  4. Turning The Clocks Back Tonight.

    That's the one - maybe with Alex Scott in for wee Wullie from time to time. Perfection........
  5. Alex MacDonald

    Don't know if it was a Wallace or a Waddell plan, but I'm sure that Doddie was sent on to hassle Franz Beckenbauer as he was their playmaker - almost like an NFL Q/back. He was in snapping around his ankles all of the game at Ibrox. I have a sweet memory of the 'kaiser' hoofing it into the main stand in the semi at Ibrox as Alex snapped around him, giving him no time to spread the play. Great wee player. 2 years late half that Bayern team were in the team that won the World Cup in Germany - how good were we then?
  6. Ally: I Didn't Have Any Good Players

    100% correct
  7. Football fanzines

    Anyone remember 'Foul' from the early 70s? They focussed on hard/dirty players as I recall plus they a couple of regular funny articles - eg Foul of the week, stuff like that. I remember they had a Cloggers X1 from the 1974 World Cup Finals (West Germany), and I think 3 or 4 of the Scotland team, made it into the X1 ( Jim Holton, Billy Bremner, Davie Hay and possibly Joe Jordan. Don't think the magazine lasted too long, but was a real laugh at the time. Probably seem crap today, but they were simpler times....
  8. Glad all over (Joey Garner)

    Might follow up on that - got a bunch of old albums & singles from the 60s , Cheers
  9. Glad all over (Joey Garner)

    I thought that too when it first came out in 1964, so I bought it then. I've still got the original single - but no record player now! I think I'll download a copy right now...