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Adam Bate – www.ghostgoal.co.uk

@ghostgoal on a glorious summer for Wolves fans…

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Steven Hill

Not even defeat could take away from Reading’s day in the sun…

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James Allan, Glasvegas

Celtic’s 87-88 double-winning side were a bigger influence on Glasvegas frontman James Allan than any musician, but it was striker Andy ‘Elvis’ Walker who really stole his heart…

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Andrew Harbison

Demolition Derby leaves one fan in delirium as he listens in on his pocket radio…

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Chris

Basking in the afterglow of the 1966 World Cup at Bloomfield…

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Edward Hodge

ournalist Ed Hodge on a glorious New Year for St Johnstone…

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Douglas Rae, Morton Chairman

The Morton chairman has experienced many great moments, but nothing beats the Third Division title win in 2003…

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Paul Craig

Celtic beat Hibs in a classic Hampden final, with two hat-tricks. Dixie Deans scores to order…

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Brian Scott, The Daily Mail

A 400-mile trek to Wembley in a battered Austin A40 … madness, right? Well, not if a 3-2 victory over the Auld Enemy and some Jim Baxter ball-juggling lies in wait. Brian Scott’s memory is still fired by that famous victory over England in 1967…

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The Kilmarnock team celebrate with the trophy.

Scott Todd

A fan’s-eye-view of the 1997 Scottish Cup final…

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Bert Slater's heroics could not prevent Rangers' victory

Daniel Young

The Bert Slater final was won by Willie Henderson’s wing wizardry…

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Robbie Devine

Changed days indeed for Rangers but the memories of 1993 will never be forgotten…

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James McIvor, Director of Scooped! Spoof Newspapers and Benchmark Books

From Simply Red to green-and-white glory, memories of Celtic’s 3-0 Old Firm victory in February 2011 will never leave James McIvor…

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Lawrence John Lindsay

The seventh time is a charm for the Arabs’ hunt for a Scottish Cup…

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Maria Jardine

Where were you when Celtic won the European Cup? In one case, the answer is: in traction…

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And Solskjær has won it

Martin Langseth

On the eve of his ninth birthday, at his grandma’s house, a young boy from Norway watches a historic match…

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Steve Macleod

Isle of Lewis, 1976, watching a black-and-white TV and screaming on Rangers…

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Graeme Broadley

Glorious defeat and a spiritual football experience in the ‘Church’…

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Jim Lalley

The greatest gift a father can give his son? Jimmy Johnstone comes close…

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Robin Hamilton, Cowdenbeath, 1946/47 Season

Rob Hamilton

Fergie’s Dons defeat Bayern Munich, as viewed from the best seat in a packed house – thanks Dad!

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Alan Gillespie

How Klinsmann burst Raith Rovers’ bubble…

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Mary Dornan

This Celtic supporter’s memory is not her first game, or the first goal she saw, but the first time she heard The Jungle sing its song…

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John Collins

A cheeky wink to the camera and, later, a calmly slotted penalty made Scotland’s 2-1 loss to Brazil in the opening game of World Cup 98 the most cherished moment of John Collins’ career…

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Johnathan Mitchell, Greenock Telegraph

It ended in glorious failure, but a 2-2 draw with Dundee United in a packed Cappielow in 1996 will live long in the memory…

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Gerry Tartagila

Martin O’Neill’s angry reaction to defeat helps soothe this supporter…

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Billy Bremner is carried shoulder high after victory against the Czechs

Kevin McCarra, Chief Football Writer, The Guardian

How can a match where you can barely see the action, in which the identity of the goalscorer is shrouded in mystery and your life is at risk with every surge of the Hampden crowd be the one that lives longest in the memory? Kevin McCarra explains…

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Paul Williamson

Wembley 1987. Coventry v Spurs. One of the greatest FA Cup finals of all time…

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Pat Crerand

A great Scottish team ends a terrible streak against England and, recalls Pat Crerand, could have taken on the world…

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Gordon McQueen

All your childhood dreams come true in one afternoon at Wembley…

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Chris Morgan wins the cup for Linfield

James Morgan

One day you’re playing with your brother on the street, pretending to score the winning goal in the cup final. Then one of you gets to do it for real while the other watches in awe…

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