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  1. If you remember the full incident it was Gerry with a flailing arm which was shrugging off a disputed decision which ended up catching the opposition player, the end of which the referee saw. I know John Underhill well and I took him back to his car after the game and he was genuinely upset if he had got it wrong but he was adamant he could only act on what he saw. Yes he got it wrong but I fully understand his thinking and being honest I think he did what he thought was right - I fully understand that
  2. The ref was John Underhill who admitted afterwards that he only caught a small glimpse of the incident but he did see contact between Gerry and the opposition - he agreed on seeing it again that having seen the whole incident he wouldn’t have red carded him and was glad he won his appeal - but he had to act on the bit he saw. There have been many refs who I would accuse of acts of cheating but knowing the ref as I did I would not have put that one in this category. Many others yes!
  3. The following week on the radio then Chairman Jim Oliver tore Mr McGilvray apart. It was brilliant radio and I think it was Hugh Keevins who was hosting who was clearly loving it. Agree with what was said above - we finished with 9 men so the quizmaster should be penalised!!
  4. On a similar theme - if my memory is correct Jered Stirling never missed one for us and I’m convinced no goalie even got a touch on any of them. AFK might confirm the number of successful kicks - I think it might have been 13
  5. Are you sure? Convinced it was the city end. Edit - just seen Jaggernaut reply too!
  6. I’m sure he had a terrific season for penalty saves - maybe ‘79 including one from Murdo MacLeod in which he made a million great saves! I think it was the game Jim Melrose equalised in the last minute
  7. Guys can I just point out that Jagzone will not commence till 2.45 today. This is due to Clyde’s access policy so we will not be able to set up and broadcast till then. everything else Should be as normal. thanks michael
  8. No doubting Tommy Bryce was an exceptional player. As a manager?
  9. Was so impressed with the precautions taken on Saturday at Firhill. Other than the players there is zero risk of infection being transmitted at the stadium. It must be possible to add in a decent number of fans in the same safe manner to get us going again. We have to start trying to get back to some sort of normal and with the precautions taken for me football looks a pretty safe environment.
  10. Crikey they could be anyone! I’ll guess Andy Anderson and John Lapsley
  11. I’m not convinced this would have been a great piece of management to be honest. Pele liked to come a bit deeper to get the ball and use his pace and sharpness - definitely a number 10 whereas Dibble was definitely more a penalty box striker - I’m not convinced he’d have been so good playing deeper. On the other hand John’s moving of Davie Irons to sweeper was a master stroke so I suppose who am I to doubt the master!
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