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Fiorentina 1st Leg

1 Billy Ritchie

2 Bobby Shearer

5 Bill Paterson

4 Harold Davis

3 Eric Caldow

6 Jim Baxter

7 Davie Wilson

8 Ian McMillan

11 Bobby Hume

10 Ralph Brand

9 Alex Scott

Fiorentina 2nd leg

1 Billy Ritchie

2 Bobby Shearer

5 Bill Paterson

4 Harold Davis

3 Eric Caldow

6 Jim Baxter

7 Alex Scott

8 Ian McMillan

11 Davie Wilson

10 Ralph Brand

9 Jimmy Millar

V Bayern 1967

1 Norrie Martin

2 Kai Johansen

3 David Provan

4 Sandy Jardine

5 Ronnie McKinnon

6 John Greig

7 Willie Henderson

8 Dave Smith

9 Roger Hynd

10 Alex Smith

11 Willie Johnston

V Moscow Dynamo 1972

1 Peter McCloy

2 Sandy Jardine

3 Willie Mathieson

4 John Greig ©

5 Derek Johnstone

6 David Smith

7 Tommy McLean

8 Alfie Conn

9 Colin Stein

10 Alex MacDonald

11 Willie Johnston

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Gerry Neef, Alex Miller,Derek Parlane, Jim Denny, Andy Penman

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Bingo!

And yet some " fans" seem to be ashamed at this part of our history.

Fuck them and this shit players born 30 odd miles from the glitterdome..........4 finals and all Children of the Reformation. And do not forget they tried in the past to field a team of rhaticans and nearly got relegated ..........now what's that about sporting integrity and how they survived.

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Bingo!

And yet some " fans" seem to be ashamed at this part of our history.

I dont think people are neccessarily ashamed of it, i reckon its more that people just realise that the world has moved on.

Being completely anti-religion, i couldnt give a monkeys fukk who plays for us, as long as we are winning. (tu)

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I dont think people are neccessarily ashamed of it, i reckon its more that people just realise that the world has moved on.

Being completely anti-religion, i couldnt give a monkeys fukk who plays for us, as long as we are winning. (tu)

That is a shocking point of view to take wink.giftongue.gifsmile.gif

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I dont think people are neccessarily ashamed of it, i reckon its more that people just realise that the world has moved on.

Being completely anti-religion, i couldnt give a monkeys fukk who plays for us, as long as we are winning. (tu)

Whilst I agree, I draw the line at signing rabid dirty hoops fans of any sort, be it Maurice Johnstone or anyone else. Nothing to do with religion, I just despise that football club.

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The thread is not about admiring future landscapes its about being proud and not ashamed of previous landscapes.

I am proud of our history - it is our history that makes us - but fail to see that playing a protestant team means anything one way or another !

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The thread is not about admiring future landscapes its about being proud and not ashamed of previous landscapes.

Proud of a great many of our former players including but not restricted to the ones listed above. A remarkable achievement BTW.

Equally proud of players like Amo, Porrini, Amato, who gave 100% every-time they pulled on the blue jersey and even Wee McCann. All players who represented the club well off the park as well.

Do any of them believe in some omnipotent being?? I really don't know or care just as I don't care if they believe in characters from Greek mythology.

Proud of our past ----- Excited about our future.

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