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2 minutes ago, shull said:

A fantastic goalie I said, not a fecking diddy :lol:

Alan McCulloch , who kept us in the Premier League in '78 with some fantastic  performances , especially at Ayr !

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1 minute ago, jaybee said:

Did a goalie who was a (bad man) shout at you when you were a wee boy?  :whistle  You seem to have thing for Goalies!

Not at all.

I just said McCulloch was a fantastic goalie

And among my favourites were

Connaghan, Thorburn, Stevenson ( my all time favourite ) Morrison,  Donald :byebye,  Thomson, Money and a few more.

Poor Goalies - Gilmour ( worst ),  Ally Hunter, Combe, Samson plus others.

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Just now, renfrew said:

The hill in the background as well as the allotment gave it away.

Before I ever went to Tannadice I always remember the Allotments from the Sportsreel highlights .

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1 hour ago, shull said:

Not at all.

I just said McCulloch was a fantastic goalie

And among my favourites were

Connaghan, Thorburn, Stevenson ( my all time favourite ) Morrison,  Donald :byebye,  Thomson, Money and a few more.

Poor Goalies - Gilmour ( worst ),  Ally Hunter, Combe, Samson plus others.

The best I seen at Love street was Dennis Connaghan. IMO of course,  because who is best is pretty subjective

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