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Hampden, Glasgow

2002 Scottish Cup Final

As the sun shown on the pristine Hampden turf, a far cry to what it had been when the same two sides had met earlier in the season, it was evident from the early stages that this Rangers side were bang up for the challenge.

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What Euro 2020 Qualification Meant To Us

“The near misses, the humiliations against minnows, the surprising wins and the shite managers have all contributed, to an extent, towards us eventually reaching a first major competition since the 1998 World Cup in France.”

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Dundee Derby

Fraser is joined by Ross Kilvington to discuss two articles which were published on The North Section, which covered Dundee’s 1962-63 European Cup run and the managerial career of Jim McLean.

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Rangers v Ajax

Rangers v Ajax – January 1973

With the seal of approval from Ajax and Rangers, the idea was put to UEFA but an endorsement was not forthcoming. There was still interest in the tie being played, even without the backing of UEFA and De Telegraaf even procured a trophy for the winners, grandly titled “The Super Cup of Europe.” The match was on.

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Dundee in Europe

Dundee’s European Odyssey

Dundee won the 1961-1962 Scottish Championship under the tutelage of a certain Bob Shankly (achieving success before Bill managed to build a dynasty at Liverpool) and therefore became the Scottish representatives in the following seasons European Cup.

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Hampden, Glasgow

2002 Scottish Cup Final

As the sun shown on the pristine Hampden turf, a far cry to what it had been when the same two sides had met earlier in the season, it was evident from the early stages that this Rangers side were bang up for the challenge.

Glazers Must Show Gumption To Return Reds to Glory Days

An absolute juggernaut in terms of its reach, yet gradually and systematically regressing as a competitive force on the pitch in both English and European football. Things need to change if the club is to return to where its supporters want and expect it to be.

Aston Villa, The Unlikely Champions of Europe

26th May 1982 has gone down in history as one of the best days of English football in the dark times that were the 1980s. In Rotterdam that day Aston Villa faced off against a strong Bayern Munich side.

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