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  1. Davie McParland

    A sad loss to those of us of a certain vintage who grew up watching him. There is some consolation for us who advocated some permanent recognition such as the North stand being named after him that he knew his name will live on in McParland Park. Even now he’ll be renewing his left wing partnership with Neilly Duffy. Condolences to his family. RIP.
  2. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Standing l to r... D McP, possibly McQuade, Melrose (?), A Rae, Glavin, Strachan, T Rae. On the ground nearest the camera, Lawrie.
  3. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Wild guess but is that other guy Munro who we signed (paid for?) from Clydebank? Took months to make his debut and proved to be a dud.
  4. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Simpson looks a good shout. Often played with his sleeves rolled up. Can’t place the no 8 but the other guy could be Dan McLindon.
  5. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Craig Nelson and Davie Irons v Hibs. Looks like Daaaaaarren Jaaaaaaaaaaaaakson (copyright Hibs FC public address announcer). 3/10/1992 (2-2) or 16/2/1993 (0-3). Grass looks too lush for February so going for October.
  6. Team rebuilding

    If we could get someone from Ibrox for the season as well we would have the Loan Ranger and Pronto. Coat's already on. You're too late
  7. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Not Billy Hainey. Neil Duffy. Think that's Bobby Seith the Dundee defender. Pat Liney the keeper.
  8. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    ...and future JAG Steve Chalmers waiting to pounce.
  9. Team rebuilding

    Wot’s a win bonus? You’ll have to explain that little -used technical term.
  10. Team rebuilding

    That'll be Archie off then!
  11. Playing Squad Update

    It's all about opinions. Not the best defender we've ever had by a long way but I certainly didn't think he was "rubbish". Campbell must have seen something in him.
  12. Playing Squad Update

    Grant Murray is one of these players that divides fans' opinions. By the time that the whistle blew at Peterhead on 14 May 2006 he had played every minute of all 56 matches (52 competitive and 4 friendlies). With extra time taken into account he played the equivalent of 57.3 matches that season. Even with a limited squad (numerically and quality-wise) the Dickster could surely have dropped him if he had wanted to - but he didn't.
  13. Breathtaking Hypocrisy

    Anyone who reads Private Eye will know that Mr McLennan's appointment to the SPFL Board has already received a certain scrutiny!
  14. Playing Squad Update

    I make it he's made 39 first team competitive and friendly appearances (including 5 as substitute). Goals conceded = 59 when starting the game = roughly 1.5 per game. 8 shut-outs in these 34 starts. More difficult to work out goals conceded when he came on as a sub. The 5 games saw 7 goals conceded but the scores when he came on are not readily to hand (by me at least!). ETA:- I think the 8 shut-outs include any as a sub so it's 8 in 39.
  15. Who Are The Jags Players In This Photo?

    Looks like the Glasgow Cup final v Celtic 26 Sept 1960. Hampden North stand in the background? 2-0. Freebairn, Muir, Brown, Wright, Harvey, Donlevy, Smith, McPARLAND, Hogan, CUNNINGHAM, Fleming. Results against Celtic that season were:- 1-1 (h) LC, 2-1 (a) LC, 2-0 (n) Glw Cup, 1-0 (a) Lge and 1-2 (h) Lge. 2 wins at Parkhead in the same season; couldn't beat them at home!