Keep on fighting mate. Get yourself better!
I’m sure he had a Rangers pub going for a few years in Magaluf mid 2000’s.Me and the wife have got very friendly with George over the last lot of years from going to Magaluf and drinking in sinkys. A great man who can put sambuca away like no other lol. Didn't get to see him as much the last time as he had moved to a smaller bar in palma nova but still got down to catch up. All the best mate from me and Louise.
I can guarantee the top would have been no more than a vest.I
I saw him wi a top on a couple of weeks ago. I was parked up taking a break and he walked by. Might have been Ayr town centre. Took me ages to remember where I'd seen him before.
I’m sure I’ve seen him outside Ibrox on a raw winter day wearing just a blue vest that had ‘the bare bear‘ on the back. Brilliant!!I can guarantee the top would have been no more than a vest.
Yes it would’ve been Ayr town centre and if you where close enough to him then you would’ve heard him whistling the sash, or Billy boys or anyother anthem of ours.
I was only there for a season or two.Yes I'm in this, recognise a few of the lads, I'll give initials to protect the innocent. NM, GT SH (sadly no longer with us, RIP big man), JC, JI, CR, DY. Front row can only make out GW, WD & AS. This is the Burnside Saturday morning side, I can tell cos I'm hungover in the pic!!!
Is that you GS, I played in that final, it was as you say. George played as well, he scored a wheen of goals for us that season but not in the final which was unusual. I'm front row next to last from the right beside AS.I was only there for a season or two.
Played and scored in a 2-0 cup final win against Boydstone at Huntershill. They romped the league and thought they’d pump us in the final. I knew and played with a lot of their team.
I still give them stick for it.
I’m front row second from the left with the ball at my feet.
I am indeed GS.Is that you GS, I played in that final, it was as you say. George played as well, he scored a wheen of goals for us that season but not in the final which was unusual. I'm front row next to last from the right beside AS.
Same here, loved watching him as the stewards chased after him, one of the reasons I went into the Copland sometimes. All the best, keep banging the drum, #55Speedy recovery CN
Always remember watching him at games when I was younger.
Sometimes the only thing worth watching.
Can't keep a good man down, if Alistair Hood can't beat him then a mere virus has no chance. Great to see him on the way back. I was also a team mate of the Rude Boy, Saturday mornings & Afternoon and a Sunday afternoon as well, I stayed with his brother Frank in the Dam when over for the Feyenoord game and he said Geo was back in Scotland, Bet he wishes he had stayed in Magaluf. On the Chesterfield thread I said John Greig jumped into the crowd right beside me & my mate, said mate was Geo, He was just a Nutter then cos we were never in the Copland was mainly the EE.