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  1. The link is above. I’ve uploaded them to Imgur
  2. I uploaded my VHS collection to Imgur this morning to share it with other bears. The collection is pretty modest but hopefully it brings back some good memories for bears on here https://imgur.com/gallery/UV9bn2U
  3. I’ve got a bunch up on YouTube mate. https://www.youtube.com/user/crmpicco
  4. Carrying on from my post earlier in the week about the Borussia Dortmund CL game at Ibrox in 1995, I have converted another VHS to DVD (and later YouTube). This one is the 1996 Scottish Cup Final against Hearts (AKA the "Laudrup Final") where we hammered them 5-1 with Jukebox Durie getting a hat-trick. Before anyone says "it's already on YouTube" - I know that, but the other footage was from Sky and my upload is from the BBC and includes the full programme right to the very end.
  5. Carrying on with my VHS to DVD conversions the next one I’ve uploaded to YouTube is the 1999 Tennent’s Scottish Cup Final between us and celtic. It rounded off a splendid treble and a clean sweep in Dick Advocaat’s first season in charge. The game finished 1-0 with a goal from wee Rod Wallace doing the job. I remember a bit of whinging about a potential penalty for celtic when a ball struck Amo’s arm but replays show it hit his chest. I don’t remember Amato in this game, also was this Ian Ferguson’s last game for us? I assume Bazza must have been out injured for Derek McInnes to feature. Rangers: GK 1 Stefan Klos DF 2 Sergio Porrini 77' DF 3 Lorenzo Amoruso (c) DF 4 Colin Hendry DF 5 Tony Vidmar MF 6 Neil McCann 67' MF 7 Derek McInnes MF 8 Giovanni Van Bronckhorst MF 11 Jörg Albertz FW 9 Rod Wallace FW 10 Gabriel Amato 89' Substitutes: DF 16 Scott Wilson 89' MF 17 Ian Ferguson 67' MF 18 Andrei Kanchelskis 77' Manager: Dick Advocaat
  6. Another of the games I have recently had converted from VHS to DVD. This is full programme coverage from STV presented by Jim White with Maurice Johnston and Paul Elliot in the studio. celtic 1-3 Rangers league fixture played at Hampden Park because Parkhead was under construction. Laudrup was again excellent and big Hateley took his goal well. Laudrup must have covered a half marathon to finish his goal. Do Bears have many memories of this game? It’s probably one of the first Old Firm games I watched, in fact could very well be the first.
  7. Not a problem, mate. I've enjoyed the project of uploading and sharing the old videos. There have been some good memories amongst them.
  8. Yes. David Murray jacked the prices of the tickets up and priced a lot of bears out of going.
  9. The final VHS conversion is the compilation doc "Goals, Gaffes and Out takes" from around 1998. The usual suspects are providing the material; namely Coisty, Gazza and Durrant. Good light-hearted banter and, as I say, the last VHS I had converted. If I can get my hands on more and they aren't already on YouTube i'll upload them too.
  10. I’ve recently had a bunch of old VHS tapes converted to DVD and one of them was the Borussia Dortmund game at Ibrox in the Champions League from Sep 1995. The quality isn’t 100% but it’s watchable, but it’s a 23 year old recording and a tape that’s 25 year old or maybe older. I’m glad it’s been saved regardless. I threw it up on YouTube as I couldn’t see the full game up there.
  11. Second to last of my VHS conversions is the 1994 documentary “Mark Hateley - The Lion Roars On”. There were a few clips up on youtube of this but not the full doc in its entirety, so I’ve uploaded it to YT to share with others. I loved big Hateley growing up and must’ve watched this VHS dozens of times. https://youtu.be/tZQ6sAzkxFM
  12. I have recently had a bunch of old VHS converted to DVD. I have also uploaded some to YouTube and this one is the "Greatest Ranger" awards night from around 1998/1999. The winner, none other than Mr John Greig himself. A true "who's who" of Rangers players were at this event, sadly some of them no longer with us. Andy Goram is sporting that sort of half-mullet...
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