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A "colourised" version of the Tottie Beck picture. I hadn't noticed in the B&W version but here you can clearly see loads of youngsters have spilled over from Cairters Corner onto the touchline. The crowd as 33916. We won this LC tie 2-1. Played them at Ibrox in the league 4 days later and lost 3-0.

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On 2/21/2021 at 2:40 PM, Buddiememories said:

Former Morton kitman for decades and now at Tannadice. He got a Testimonial Match at Cappielow.

 

Andy Bryan.

His family owned the Royal George Hotel in Millport for years.

He was my boss when I worked in the bar for a summer in the mid eighties, when I was in between terms at the University marine biology station in Millport.

They'd have been as well paying me in drink, as I just swapped sides of the bar when I finished work during the day.

We had some fun exchanges.

Although, the majority of the Islanders were either green or blue bigot followers.

 

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14 hours ago, FTOF said:

Andy Bryan.

His family owned the Royal George Hotel in Millport for years.

He was my boss when I worked in the bar for a summer in the mid eighties, when I was in between terms at the University marine biology station in Millport.

They'd have been as well paying me in drink, as I just swapped sides of the bar when I finished work during the day.

We had some fun exchanges.

Although, the majority of the Islanders were either green or blue bigot followers.

 

Not my Uncle Tam. 

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On 3/7/2021 at 11:45 AM, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

Never understood why we let him go. 
Especially in his non tasche days when he looked even sexier if that were even possible. 🥰

Remember being amazed at the time. Got Sinclair from Dundee in exchange but I think he only played once.

But for all that, he didn’t last long at Dundee, being replaced by new signings like Brown and Connor (who I remember at the time wishing we’d signed instead of Jim Rooney) and dropping down to play with Morton.

But he played to a relatively old age.

Certainly a St Mirren great 

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On 3/7/2021 at 11:54 AM, Buddiememories said:

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One of my all time favourites. I thought he was even better than Peter Weir.

Was at his best on the right wing cutting in. 

His goal in the 4-2 win against Celt*c was incredible. 

Never missed a penalty kick.

Amazing player. 

 

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7 hours ago, hamlet said:

OK we give in😕

 

6 hours ago, Buddiememories said:

Me too

Norrie McWhirter, Campbell Money, Tommy Gemmell, Jackie Neilson and Robert Robertson only ever spent their professional career with St.Mirren.

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One of my all time favourites. I thought he was even better than Peter Weir.
Was at his best on the right wing cutting in. 

His goal in the 4-2 win against Celt*c was incredible. 
Never missed a penalty kick.
Amazing player. 
 

I remember that game very well.

We were 0-2 within 15 minutes and 3-2 up by half time

Happy Days

I think Alex Miller was manager and either side of that we beat a Jock Wallace Rangers 3-0 , Jim McLeans Dundee Utd 4-0 and a very good 0-0 away at Aberdeen ?
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