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Oor Football Years

Ibrox Disaster 1971 – The Greatest Tragedy to befall Scottish Football, when Football was put into perspective as 66 Rangers fans died.

Mexico Memories 1986 – This World Cup should have been a second chance for Jock Stein, however the Big Jock sadly passed away at the end of the qualifier against Wales in Cardiff.

Lisbon Lions 1967 – The Celtic side led by the immortal Jock Stein and who became the first British club to win the European Cup in 1967.

Raith Rovers 1995 – The Kirkcaldy side took on the mighty Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup and ran them close.

Argentina 1978 – Scotland left with the high hopes of bringing back the World Cup, but Ally MacLeod’s men failed to live up to the hype.

Celtic’s Nearly Men – This was the team that was meant to stop Rangers on their way to nine-in-a-row – but despite losing only one league game, Tommy Burns’ Celtic side of 95/96 must go down as the greatest team to never win the league.

Season 1987 – We take a look at one of the most memorable years in Scottish Football.

Livingston 2004 – A look at the Almondvale club who won the Scottish League Cup while in administration.

Third Lanark – Historian Bert Bell takes a look at his beloved Third Lanark from the first time he supported the club to when the club liquidated.

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