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Bud the Baker

Saints league position on the day you were born.

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3 hours ago, Bud the Baker said:

You'll remember the famous Chelsea vs Leeds FA Cup Final replay from the early 70s - it was analysed on TV a couple of years back and by current standards there'd have been 5 red cards and only one player would not have been booked! :lol:

I remember that game well. However, a challenge this week in Scotland would have been worthy of inclusion in that game - the Ross County assault on Scott Brown’s haw-maws. Clearly, I am no Broony lover, but boy, that was outrageous. I watched it online, FFS just about covers it. :wacko:

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February 1954. We were 11th out of 16. Played 23 with 23 points - same as 3 other teams but we had the lowest goal average. Won 10 lost, lost 10, drawn .... well work it out. Hearts were 7 points clear on 34 points at the top, Celtic were second, Rangers were 7th on 24 points. Queen of the South was 4th! :o 

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10 minutes ago, cambiebud said:

Lost 5-2 to Chelsea at Love Street in a pre season friendly. Can’t imagine that game today

Champions League in a couple of seasons. 

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1 hour ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

We finished 12th on 29 points.

This was the last season that QotS played in the top division.

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Why does Airdrieonians have 1878-2002 after it, but Rangers doesn’t have 1873-2012?

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