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  1. I think you've nailed it, afk. McLindon was also my first guess before I opted for Harvey.
  2. That was my first thought too, but I can't find a game in which Rae and the three others played together at Easter Road. I'd bet a lot of money on being right about McParland, but I'm less sure about McKinnon and Harvey....
  3. Was that really a penalty at the end?
  4. Great pic. The old Easter Road... Niven, then left to right: Donnie McKinnon, John Harvey, and Davie McParland? Further back, in the centre: Not sure, but could it be Neil Duffy?
  5. I can see my uncle's old house! ETA: Sure, the facilities were primitive compared to what we expect today, but what a cracking stadium Firhill used to be!
  6. I just hope it's not a return to "business as usual."
  7. So, did the match take place without any "incidents" amongst the spectators? Is Firhill still in one piece (or more accurately, three disjointed pieces)?
  8. Master Jackie Campbell, true class act, complete here with a short-lived Sundance kid-type 'tache.
  9. Love the black one. The hoops reminds me of one of our very recent kits.
  10. Lessons are never learned from these events. These kinds of issues have been coming up for many years when we play either erse cheek at Firhill; the situation is much worse because we've now been left with a 3-sided stadium in which one side is considered risky for erse-cheek supporters with pyromanic disorders. Remember a few years ago when we were promised that the north stand would for ever be r&Y only? I can clearly remember it.
  11. Agreed. It hasn't aged at all; would still look great among the modern visual catastrophes that pass for football strips.
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