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42 minutes ago, Killie alan said:

Remember that game at love street it was bloody freezing that day never seen any of the goals because of the fog!!!

I thought our goals were all scored at the end we were sitting at.

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26 minutes ago, Pelesboots said:

I thought our goals were all scored at the end we were sitting at.

Maybe they were still couldn’t see them for the fog 

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Yep, all 4 goals that day were at our end. 

That day aside, you always got a great view from that steep away stand. They should've moved it to the new ground as it wasnt that old.

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39 minutes ago, red_dug said:

That day aside, you always got a great view from that steep away stand. They should've moved it to the new ground as it wasnt that old.

Apparently Morton acquired it for 50 grand and it's been piled up behind the Wee Dublin end at Cappielow for the last decade!

 

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1 hour ago, Fankle said:

Apparently Morton acquired it for 50 grand and it's been piled up behind the Wee Dublin end at Cappielow for the last decade!

 

Good shout. I remember reading something at the time about Morton buying floodlights and a stand from St mirren. Thought it may have been the smaller stand at the other end but maybe not. 

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9 minutes ago, red_dug said:

Good shout. I remember reading something at the time about Morton buying floodlights and a stand from St mirren. Thought it may have been the smaller stand at the other end but maybe not. 

And the sheep bought the bogs too.

ST MIRREN fans heading to Aberdeen next season will be able to spend a penny in familar surroundings – after the Dons splashed out to buy toliets from the doomed Love Street stadium.

The Buddies put a number of fixtures and fittings from their famous old home up for sale and their Pittodrie rivals were obviously feeling flush as they have bought two communal urinals.

And it’s not just Aberdeen who have dipped into their piggy bank to hand Saints a welcome cash boost.

South of Scotland League club Threave Rovers have also travelled to Paisley to plunder seats for their ground in Castle Douglas.

And the Paisley Daily Express has already revealed how St Mirren’s Renfrewshire rivals Morton have coughed up £50,000 to buy the Reid Kerr Family Stand and two floodlights at Love Street so they can be put in place at their Cappielow home in Greenock.

Last night, Saints chairman Stewart Gilmour told the Express that other clubs are also expected to take a look round the Buddies’ former stadium in search of goodies that can be plundered for a bargain price.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/local-sport/aberdeen-splash-out-buy-love-2615956

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Came across this rare Under 21 footage from 1989. Paul Wright is playing for Scotland and Drago Lekovic is playing for Yugoslavia!

 

 

What a team the Yugos had, including Jarni, Boban, Mihajlovic, Prosinecki, Mijatovic, Suker and Boksic.  No wonder we got pumped!

 

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Les Fridge in goals?

Also in goals for Inverness Thistle v Killie.... and  if I remember right, moved from the Highland League to Chelsea.

Edited by DuncanEwart

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On 5/30/2020 at 1:49 PM, Fankle said:

Came across this rare Under 21 footage from 1989. Paul Wright is playing for Scotland and Drago Lekovic is playing for Yugoslavia!

 

 

What a team the Yugos had, including Jarni, Boban, Mihajlovic, Prosinecki, Mijatovic, Suker and Boksic.  No wonder we got pumped!

 

That team could have gone on to win the euros if they had been allowed to take part

Edited by historyman

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2 hours ago, historyman said:

That team could have gone on to win the euros if they had Ben allowed to take part

Yes possibly the ultimate lost generation. A team disbanded due to to war.

Ironically they were hammered in the U21 final by the USSR, another side about to be broken up.

 

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On 5/30/2020 at 3:07 PM, DuncanEwart said:

Les Fridge in goals?

Also in goals for Inverness Thistle v Killie.... and  if I remember right, moved from the Highland League to Chelsea.

He really was abysmal. We may have been beaten by a very good side, but at least 2 of the goals were howlers. Maybe he mad countless great saves which didn’t make it into the highlights...

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