Who was our number 19 in the 92/93 season?

evo14

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As the title suggests.

Found this player issued 92/93 Champions League kit in that pop up store on the Trongate. Number 19 on the back.



Back then, the starting lineup was normally just 1-11 so I assume it would have been a fringe player. Would still be a nice thing to own but sadly out of my price range.
 

rangeral

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Don't think it even existed squad numbers was a few season later

1 to 11

Subs

12
13
14
15
16
 
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dookieno8

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Perhaps would have been a pre season friendly...... Can't of any other reason for a 19 to be printed
 

Scoot

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I was in the Trongate pop up shop on sunday. Made the mistake of going in a few hours before the yahoos kicked off against Kilmarnock. :mad:
 
Could have been an extra shirt done, in case a shirt was tore or ripped etc.

Or maybe Walter was going to do a 'Stuart Pearce' and throw Goram up top haha!
 

Unicorn

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Gary McSwegan wore number 15 against Marseille. I know that doesn't help but I'm chuffed I remembered that.
 

Louch

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They have 18 and 19 in that pop up. Stitched on numbers as well. Can only assume done in error and kept. Quite a few players tops have a tag on them that mentions Jimmy Bell
 

dookieno8

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Bell has kits going back to the 80s , they had a match issue 87-90 umbro top on a few weeks ago.
Unless they're from his own private collection why would he?

Does the club have a storage with all these old shirts? If they do, why are they selling them on to these guys to rip fans off?
 

Smkz23

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Unless they're from his own private collection why would he?

Does the club have a storage with all these old shirts? If they do, why are they selling them on to these guys to rip fans off?
They’re from his own collection, I bought a match issue 99 away top from them and you get a letter from jimmy bell confirming this.
 

Ally Shuffle

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Im sure they prepare spare strips incase they are needed. Like a late change to the team after the sheets in i would imagine
 

dookieno8

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Im sure they prepare spare strips incase they are needed. Like a late change to the team after the sheets in i would imagine
In those days all the spare shirts were blank, had no numbers on iirc. a number would have to been assigned to a particular person in a match day squad.

In those days, i still think it was maybe 5 max subs for euro. 7 was introduced later i'm sure but still doesn't explain the need for a number 19.
 
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