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17 hours ago, Don54 said:

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when i started goin g to games reserve games were good you got right next to the tunnel,i mind a keeper called jenkins   i  think that would be mid 40,s  ,some loyalty never broke through to the first team and still playing resrves.

 

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1 hour ago, thedarvelmarvel said:

when i started goin g to games reserve games were good you got right next to the tunnel,i mind a keeper called jenkins   i  think that would be mid 40,s  ,some loyalty never broke through to the first team and still playing resrves.

 

Much did you pay at the gate in those days? Get in wae a ginger bottle, aye?

Ha

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3 hours ago, thedarvelmarvel said:

when i started goin g to games reserve games were good you got right next to the tunnel,i mind a keeper called jenkins   i  think that would be mid 40,s  ,some loyalty never broke through to the first team and still playing resrves.

 

Counting Southern League, Southern League Cup and Glasgow Cup he played 105 games between 1933/34 - 1945-46 seasons

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7 hours ago, thedarvelmarvel said:

when i started goin g to games reserve games were good you got right next to the tunnel,i mind a keeper called jenkins   i  think that would be mid 40,s  ,some loyalty never broke through to the first team and still playing resrves.

 

Mid 1940's!:wow:

 

Are you in your 80's?

I can just picture you posting that:isay:

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These women have packed into Ibrox in 1955 to hear American evangelist

Billy Graham who filled Ibrox, the Kelvin Hall, and Hampden Stadium for six weeks

in 1955 in one of his many Christian crusades around the world 

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48 minutes ago, Don54 said:

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These women have packed into Ibrox in 1955 to hear American evangelist

Billy Graham who filled Ibrox, the Kelvin Hall, and Hampden Stadium for six weeks

in 1955 in one of his many Christian crusades around the world 

Don have you any idea if the man did a similar tour around 70/80s ? My memory might be playing tricks on me.

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1 hour ago, Johnny Dangerously said:

Don have you any idea if the man did a similar tour around 70/80s ? My memory might be playing tricks on me.

He visited Scotland in 1961 and 1991. He was at the girodome in 1991

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On 27/06/2018 at 15:22, Jimmy Smith said:

Probably the best goal I have ever seen in the flesh.

I had all my clothes on and a Rangers scarf when I saw Davie Cooper's great goal, I remember it was a warm sunny day, was I overdressed, ? 

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Before Scot Symon turned the Ibrox Billiards room into our world famous trophy room in 1959, our Silverware was displayed in this sideboard. 

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The original Members Area set up sometime in the 1950s. Its immediately below the Directors Box and is now part of the larger Waddell Suite. The Members Section was a very exclusive area and was full of prominent business and legal people.

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