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- Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:15 am
- Forum: TV, DVD, Video & Film
- Topic: 1967 - The Year of the Scots
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The Football Years: 1967 – The Year of the Scots (STV, Thursday 7 January, 9pm) THE year 1967 was one of triumph for Scottish football. Indeed, with the national team beating world champions England at Wembley, Celtic winning the European Cup and Rangers getting to the final of the Cup Winners' Cup,...
Im a numpty i cant count :P Rob your in good company as I am the same. I have just dug out my note book and have noticed I haven't marked down the date of the newspaper that I was reading through where I read the piece on Sam Galbraith. My notes jump from November 1932 to June 1935 which means I ha...
As I say Rob I will have to check out my original notes. If he was born in 1857 he would be around 15 or 16 when Rangers played their first game in 1872. Moses McNeil was only 17 then was he not when Rangers played their first match in May 1872.
- Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:29 am
- Forum: Scottish Football
- Topic: They Died With Their Boots On..
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I am collecting material for a web-site I am trying to write on the three Junior sides that came from the east end of Glasgow, Bridgeton Waverley , Parkhead and Strathclyde Juniors. Any information and photographs etc., which any readers would deem relevant will be gratefully recieved and acknowledg...
The story of Samuel Galbraith is mentioned in a copy the Glasgow Eastern Standard. I will have to recheck the date when I find my original notes I can safely say it was either 1935 or 1936. Here is the jist of it anyway. Considering that this guy was fairly famous in the business world I would imagi...
According to Bob Crampsey writing in the Evening Times several years ago in answer to a question 'What caused Strathclyde to close down'. He replied ' As I understand it , the Strathies , who did not own their own ground were informed in May 1965 that they would not have (New) Springfield Park for t...
I recently came across the name of a Samuel Galbraith in an old 1930's newspaper in which it said he was a founder member of Rangers. He isn't mentioned in any of the Rangers histories that I have at home and he doesn't rank a mention in the recent 'The Gallant Pioneers' book by Gary Ralston. Yet th...
- Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:21 am
- Forum: SFAQS
- Topic: Bridgeton Waverley at Shawfield?
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Back to the football questions! Looking through Evening Times' from the late 20's I've seen a couple of references to Bridgeton Waverley playing at Shawfield. Did this happen, was it a groundshare or simply a short-term arrangement? Cheers From what I know it was a short term arrangement and ceased...