If you could relive just one game you have attended-Which one?

Valley Bluenose

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My first game against them too VB.

I must admit you reminded me of another Aberdeen game. The 8IAR Gazza game. My son just absolutely loved it that day & I’ll never forget his face. That made it for me.

At a personal level I probably got those same feelings at that DJ game.

Have to mention Kiev at home though. Quite incredible atmosphere.
I contemplated the Gazza game as well mate. Another belter. As was Kiev. The 3IAR game had absolutely everything though.

Rangers can bring us so much joy.
 

PMB1872

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25 May 2003

Rangers 6-1 Dunfermline

I was 10 that day and I knew we had to win but I didn’t truly appreciate just how tight it was.

My dad, brother and myself all there together.

I’d appreciate the whole thing a lot more, the tension, the thrill of the whole game and bringing up our 50th league title.

Also it would be interesting to go back to a time where phones weren’t bringing constant updates.
I was older than 10 haha, but as I wasn’t at the 72 final, Tannadice for 9IAR or Easter Road in 2005, I’d pick this match too.
 

Gringo

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So many to choose from, one of my all time favourites was the new year 4-2 game at the Piggery, the whole day was just mind blowing, myself and all my mates had tickets, walked from Duke St down to Parkhead amongst thousands of Bears, the atmosphere in the ground was incredible and of course we totally ripped them to shreds that day.
 

Auldrocker

New Member
I’ve enjoyed reading through the posts, all good memories. I’m going to pick the Hibs game March 75. I was in the big terracing just up from the half way line with 2 mates. I don’t remember to much of the game except Colin Stein scoring and the place going mental. The trip back home was brilliant.
 

gizmico1986

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25 May 2003

Rangers 6-1 Dunfermline

I was 10 that day and I knew we had to win but I didn’t truly appreciate just how tight it was.

My dad, brother and myself all there together.

I’d appreciate the whole thing a lot more, the tension, the thrill of the whole game and bringing up our 50th league title.

Also it would be interesting to go back to a time where phones weren’t bringing constant updates.
I came on here to post this. What a day.
 

AdiGaz

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I am 64 years young so have many great memories of Rangers many wonderful triumphs in my lifetime, so far! Perhaps strangely to some of you, mine would be the 1970 League Cup Final when Big Derek won us the cup with that brilliant goal against that unclean mob. We as lots of you no doubt know, had gone four and a half years since winning a trophy, so our end went mental at the end naturally. I am noted amongst folk that know me. as being a bit of a blether, especially about the teddy bears, but at that moment I was speechless! I also was in Barcelona in 1972, but the victory above to me personally eclipses that as it was also the last ever match I attended with my father who I will be eternally grateful to for taking me to Ibrox from age of three. Wish he had taken me earlier! Roll on 55 it IS coming! My first thread btw, after just reading other posts. Great everybody is always so happy!!;) So, what one game would be your choice, if you could relive it?
First old firm match dont remember the exact date might have been 2006-2007. Charlie adam put the freekick under the wall and kris boyd scored the other. The big jock knew chants went on for about 20 minutes the full stadium joined in.
 

Calgacus

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Kiev, I was a teenager and that atmosphere was something I'll remember for the rest of my life.
The closest to it that I've experienced was the Leeds game in 92.
A privilege to be at both of those, but the fact that so many still remember that Kiev noise & it stands out from all the other games over a 30 year span is amazing.
 

johnkp

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1973 Scottish Cup Final.

I was 18, not a care in the world, and had a double on Sunderland and Rangers winning their respective cup finals.

I got my winnings on the Monday, but didn’t get my voice back until the Tuesday!
 

Sorensen68

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Was at the majority of the above and wouldn't take issue with any.
But the 76 SC semi also sticks out. 2-0 down to a right good Motherwell side at half-time.
Spent the interval at the front of the Rangers End dodging Pomagne bottles and it could have developed into a riot.
But a DJ-inspired fightback ended in a 3-2 win and the first Treble in 12 years was back on.
Yes, all of 12 years!
And who said BIg Wallace's team, under-rated as footballers, never went Route One?
 

Grigo Yossarian

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I am 64 years young so have many great memories of Rangers many wonderful triumphs in my lifetime, so far! Perhaps strangely to some of you, mine would be the 1970 League Cup Final when Big Derek won us the cup with that brilliant goal against that unclean mob. We as lots of you no doubt know, had gone four and a half years since winning a trophy, so our end went mental at the end naturally. I am noted amongst folk that know me. as being a bit of a blether, especially about the teddy bears, but at that moment I was speechless! I also was in Barcelona in 1972, but the victory above to me personally eclipses that as it was also the last ever match I attended with my father who I will be eternally grateful to for taking me to Ibrox from age of three. Wish he had taken me earlier! Roll on 55 it IS coming! My first thread btw, after just reading other posts. Great everybody is always so happy!!;) So, what one game would be your choice, if you could relive it?
Brilliant thread MKB. Some brilliant memories brought out by your thread.
 

gersandproud

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There are many matches I'd love to relive again & most of them are already mentioned above

One I haven't seen mentioned is the 1983 league cup final - Ally's hat trick aet

But The way the match un-folded and the sheer elation at lifting the cup in the end - will always live with me
 

Vambo Loyal

Member
Dont remember the date but Edvallson had scored two for them first half then one by Cooper and two by Smith in second half :)):)):)):)):)):)):)):)):)):)):)):))
If I recall correctly, I don't think this game was televised due to a strike at BBC. I remember nearly being in tears at HT due to us losing 2-0. Remember going ballistic in East enclosure when we made it 3-2. Happy days
 

Saudiger

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Gough last minute equaliser against them with 9 men and no goalie
They should have taken 10 off us that day , but you know the rest
, from the depths of despair to sheer an utter joy , best 2-2 of all tine
 

Davie Weir

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I am 64 years young so have many great memories of Rangers many wonderful triumphs in my lifetime, so far! Perhaps strangely to some of you, mine would be the 1970 League Cup Final when Big Derek won us the cup with that brilliant goal against that unclean mob. We as lots of you no doubt know, had gone four and a half years since winning a trophy, so our end went mental at the end naturally. I am noted amongst folk that know me. as being a bit of a blether, especially about the teddy bears, but at that moment I was speechless! I also was in Barcelona in 1972, but the victory above to me personally eclipses that as it was also the last ever match I attended with my father who I will be eternally grateful to for taking me to Ibrox from age of three. Wish he had taken me earlier! Roll on 55 it IS coming! My first thread btw, after just reading other posts. Great everybody is always so happy!!;) So, what one game would be your choice, if you could relive it?
Excellent first thread OP!

Great to hear everyone’s experiences as a bear especially hearing from the older lads.
 

Blaew

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Rangers 2 Parma 0.

Best game I’ve ever attended, best atmosphere too. Can remember everything from that day as a kid from start to finish. Can even roll off the line up.

Same day as the solar eclipse too.
 

Leeonell Tidy

Active Member
Marseille away, great trip & essentially a European Cup Semi Final. What an atmosphere, hair on the back of your neck job! and a magnificent Ian Durrant goal!
 
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