Funny but hopefully he was okSaw an old man get hit in the face by a massive flying block of ice last season at Cowdenbeath away.
Possibly the most horrible but funniest thing I’ve ever seen, he kept stumbling as if he was going to fall on his arse but never quite did, he was taken away at halftime and he never came back for the second half.
I was the only one that saw it fly directly from the back of the terrace down to the very front (where the barrier thing is) and it was an absolutely perfect hit, as it was flying the old guy turned around at the last second to face the terrace and it cracked him right on the nose.
Definitely my most interesting football memory.
Superb first time I've heard this sound like something he would do
A learning curve ha haMy two daughters first game at Ibrox we drew 2-2 with dolly. Anway, I went for juice or whatever for the girls, and in the meantime the sheep scored.
I take my seat again and the wife is pishing herself, I ask what's funny and she tells me my youngest stood up and cheered when they had scored, she was only 7 at the time. Now you couldn't meet a bigger Bluenose haha
There's posters claimed to have witnessed it running the stairs of the main stand during the game, whilst no one around bats an eyelid,
Cue X-Files musicSitting in the 2nd row in the west enclosure around 2007/2008 and a fox ran right by me, my da and my granda’s feet. Absolutely bizarre
Brilliant story !!!Anything that gives us a wee laugh in these strange times.
From the early eighties and only a few hundred people at the most would have witnessed this but this is straight up.
Was outside Ibrox this day in the winter and it was frosty and Baltic and Ibrox had only had undersoil heating put in not long before.
Only a run of the mill league game and at that time crowds were only about 20 000 so me and my mates decided to go in early about 2.30 and get Bovril to warm us up. As we walked up the steps into the East Enclosure we could hear booing echoing around the ground from the few folk who must have been in early and we thought maybe there was a fight among punters or something but when we reached the top of the steps I asked someone what the score was and he said to look at the pitch. The undersoil heating hadn't worked properly and had left green and white stripes across the pitch so folk were booing the pitch.
A unique occurrence that could only happen at Ibrox.
Definitely a unident.
Was just about to post same. I’m sure it was a mid week game but can’t remember the opposition. The sight of bandages strewn all over the touchline and the physio trying to pick them all up was comedy!John Brown throwing the physios bag off the pitch, it opens up and the contents end up all over the place.