On This Day (February 1th)

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1888 - Rangers 1 (Sam McLellan) Dumbarton Athletic 1 - Friendly
1899 - Ayr Parkhouse 1 Rangers 4 (R.C.Hamilton 2,Campbell,A.Smith) - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (5,000)
1905 - Morton 0 Rangers 6 (McColl 2,Speedie 2,1 Pen,Kyle,Walker) Morton 0 - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (9,000)
1911 - Rangers 3 (Reid 2,Bowie) Morton 0 - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (39,000)
1922 - Albion Rovers 1 Rangers 1 (Archibald) - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (20,000)
1928 - Rangers 0 Motherwell 2 - Scottish League Division One (45,000)
1930 - St.Mirren 0 Rangers 1 (Fleming) - Scottish League Division One (10,000)
1933 - Motherwell 1 Rangers 3 (Fleming 2,Smith Pen) - Scottish League Division One (30,000)
1939 - Third Lanark 1 Rangers 2 (Harrison 2) - Scottish League Division One (20,000)
1950 - Rangers 8 (McCulloch 2,Williamson 2,Johnson 2,Paton,Rutherford) Cowdenbeath 0 - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (24,000)
The previous September Cowdenbeath had visited Ibrox in the quarter-finals of the League Cup and pulled off a shock 3-2 win,thus becoming the first Second Division side to register a win at Ibrox.Although Rangers had gone on to win the away leg 3-1 and advance on aggregate,the pairing of the two sides in the Scottish Cup had aroused considerable interest.Lightning,however,didn't get to strike a second time as Rangers totally overwhelmed their more lowly opponents and hit eight without reply
1956 - Rangers 1 (Kichenbrand) Partick Thistle 0 - Scottish League Division One (45,000)
1961 - Dundee 1 Rangers 5 (Murray 2,Brand 2,Scott) - Scottish League Division One (32,000)
1967 - Kilmarnock 1 Rangers 2 (Wilson,Willoughby) - Scottish League Division One (31,551)
1984 - Hearts 2 Rangers 2 (McCoist,Williamson) - Scottish Premier Division (18,063)
1989 - Dundee United 1 Rangers 1 (Munro) - Scottish Premier Division (22,019)
2001 - Celtic 1 Rangers 0 - Scottish Premier League (59,496)
2004 - Rangers 2 (Moore,Namouchi) Kilmarnock 0 - Scottish Premier League (46,900)
2007 - Kilmarnock 1 Rangers 3 (Boyd 3,2 Pen) - Scottish Premier League (11,894)
2012 - Dunfermline Athletic 1 Rangers 4 (Healy,McCulloch,Aluko,Kerkar) - Scottish Premier League (7,464)
2018 - Ayr United 1 Rangers 6 (Morelos 2, Windass 2, Cummings, Murphy) - Scottish Cup 5th Round (9,346)
 
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2001 - Celtic 1 Rangers 0 - Scottish Premier League (59,496)
flo got brought down we should of had a penalty ,

2004 - Rangers 2 (Moore,Namouchi) Kilmarnock 0 - Scottish Premier League (46,900)
wee hameds goal was a peach

2007 - Kilmarnock 1 Rangers 3 (Boyd 3,2 Pen) - Scottish Premier League (11,894)
dont recall much but under smith?

2012 - Dunfermline Athletic 1 Rangers 4 (Healy,McCulloch,Aluko,Kerkar) - Scottish Premier League (7,464)
smoke bomb in away end lol sent a couple of older bears nuts lol

2018 - Ayr United 1 Rangers 6 (Morelos 2, Windass 2, Cummings, Murphy) - Scottish Cup 5th Round (9,346)
that 2 yard miss by Morelos
 
#4
1911 - Rangers 3 (Reid 2,Bowie) Morton 0 - Scottish Cup 2nd Round (39,000)

Another win for Rangers in the cup and Jimmy Bowie scores the last goal, but sadly it would be another 17 years in 1928 the Rangers would end the "hoodoo"
 
#10
1967 : Prime Minister Kosygin of the USSR was introduced to the teams before kick off iirc

1989 : I can’t remember if it was an own goal but it was certainly a last minute equaliser. I was standing in the Dundee United end during that game. Hellish experience
 

jimbear

Well-Known Member
#12
1967 - a landmark game for this older Bear. That day is full of memories with Alexei Kosygin being given a fantastic welcome onto the pitch before the game by the thousands of Bears who chanted his name.
 

krs

Well-Known Member
#13
1967 : Prime Minister Kosygin of the USSR was introduced to the teams before kick off iirc

1989 : I can’t remember if it was an own goal but it was certainly a last minute equaliser. I was standing in the Dundee United end during that game. Hellish experience
Re 1967 - this may be a stupid question, but why was he?
 

jimbear

Well-Known Member
#15
1967 : Prime Minister Kosygin of the USSR was introduced to the teams before kick off iirc

1989 : I can’t remember if it was an own goal but it was certainly a last minute equaliser. I was standing in the Dundee United end during that game. Hellish experience
The goal came from a lump up the park. I can't remember if it was John Clark or Hamisg McAlpine who put it into our box but there was a huge pile in and the ball got bundled over the line. I remember Souness losing the rag with the ref at the end as he had played a load of added on time when there had hardly been a stoppage in the 90 minutes. I was also in among their supporters on their old high terracing and had to restrain my pal from skelping one of them.
 
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