As you get some cachaça chilled for Sunday (live on STV 2pm kick off) here’s some classic footage from the vintage vaults. First up 1974 and it’s David Harvey on fine form, long-range firing from Lorimer, a very young King Kenny and THAT MISS from Billy Bremner.
By the way, check out this Japanese footage that reveals that Rivelinos free kick was obviously a training ground move (watch the replay).
Then the classic encounter from ’82 when we foolishly went ahead. I remember the outrage not so much at Jimmy Hill’s ‘toe-poke’ comment as the fact that he didn’t even know who Narey was.
Then we open the 98 World Cup, give away an easy goal, take on back with JC cool as anything, then up steps Tom Boyd…This is the famous game when they bring on Ronaldo and we counter with Tosh McKinley…