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20 hours ago, Big Drew said:

Not Busby's goal that night. This is a first half header at the Gorgie Road end - stand shows that is the case too.

Here is the goal below:-

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Busby hit the post in first half and remember thinking it's going to be one of those nights. Still have great memories of that game even though my father wouldn't let me run on pitch at the end.

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38 minutes ago, martoon said:

27 years ago today.

 

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Wonderful memories.

Does anyone recognise the 2 young lads to the left of Foster? Anyone on here?

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1 hour ago, Rizla said:

Wonderful memories.

Does anyone recognise the 2 young lads to the left of Foster? Anyone on here?

 

It's the bloke to the right of Wayne's legs that stood out for me.

 

Pressed against the fence, utter joy on his face and trying to stop his head from exploding.

 

Mates and I had a side on view of Wayne's goal. Stood near the segregation fence between us and the future emailers.

 

Madness, joy and flying limbs all over the shop. 🤪

 

 

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32 minutes ago, martoon said:

 

It's the bloke to the right of Wayne's legs that stood out for me.

 

Pressed against the fence, utter joy on his face and trying to stop his head from exploding.

 

Mates and I had a side on view of Wayne's goal. Stood near the segregation fence between us and the future emailers.

 

Madness, joy and flying limbs all over the shop. 🤪

 

 

👍

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59 minutes ago, martoon said:

 

It's the bloke to the right of Wayne's legs that stood out for me.

 

Pressed against the fence, utter joy on his face and trying to stop his head from exploding.

 

Mates and I had a side on view of Wayne's goal. Stood near the segregation fence between us and the future emailers.

 

Madness, joy and flying limbs all over the shop. 🤪

 

 

When we scored I ended up about 20yards further down.

heids, legs, arms, I’d probably have a heart attack nowadays.

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A strange day for me. My Gran passed away that morning, but my Dad said go to the game.

Met my mates in the local pre-match, taxis to the game, late in, missed Robbie opener.

Seemed like we were being pummeled all game, until Mr Foster intervened. 

Carnage.

Back to the local, and it was good fun, but I wasn't as ebullient, for obvious reasons.

 

But, every year on this day this game gets mentioned and it automatically makes me think of my Gran, and that's a great thing. Double dipped happy memories!

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On 17/02/2021 at 22:38, Big Drew said:

Photo is from the Scottish Cup Semi Final on 29th March 1913 - Clyde v Raith Rovers. On the same day Hearts lost in the other semi final at Ibrox 1-0 to Falkirk.

 

 

Many thanks 

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On 20/02/2021 at 12:36, Rizla said:

Wonderful memories.

Does anyone recognise the 2 young lads to the left of Foster? Anyone on here?

Ones   a hibs c....t now. ????wee guy with high forehead,,,

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On 20/02/2021 at 15:35, Boris said:

A strange day for me. My Gran passed away that morning, but my Dad said go to the game.

Met my mates in the local pre-match, taxis to the game, late in, missed Robbie opener.

Seemed like we were being pummeled all game, until Mr Foster intervened. 

Carnage.

Back to the local, and it was good fun, but I wasn't as ebullient, for obvious reasons.

 

But, every year on this day this game gets mentioned and it automatically makes me think of my Gran, and that's a great thing. Double dipped happy memories!

Likewise this game brings back memories of my Dad.

He passed away on the Friday after the match. 27 years ago today. 

Seems like yesterday.

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On 17/02/2021 at 18:53, Angel eyes said:

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1965 hearts 0-2 Kilmarnock 

Horrible memories! 🙈

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On 15/02/2021 at 19:27, Angel eyes said:

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That’s a real Hearts strip! ❤️

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On 20/02/2021 at 12:36, Rizla said:

Wonderful memories.

Does anyone recognise the 2 young lads to the left of Foster? Anyone on here?


One of the guys is a young Steven fox I think? 

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Als je club Heart of Midlothian F.C. heet weet je eigenlijk al dat je goed zit. De club die gemakshalve vaak Hearts wordt genoemd en ook nog eens de bijnamen 

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On 18/02/2021 at 14:26, assessor said:

Busby hit the post in first half and remember thinking it's going to be one of those nights. Still have great memories of that game even though my father wouldn't let me run on pitch at the end.

It was very early, perhaps the second minute or so, when Busby hit the post. I remember having the same feeling as you, and saying to my brother, " there's our excuse, we can go home now." 

 

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On 25/02/2021 at 13:31, Hectormasson said:

Ones   a hibs c....t now. ????wee guy with high forehead,,,

How strange.

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I used walk around the pitch with that tray thing that looped over your head with cartons of juice and chewing gum for sale.

For some reason I was more often at ER. Always f&@king raining.

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On 25/02/2021 at 23:30, Thomaso said:

Horrible memories! 🙈

I keep forgetting that you’re quite old Shomato.

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On 27/02/2021 at 11:04, Angel eyes said:

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I may have been it that game as i sorty remember being at a Hearts Dumbarton match around that time, think we lost 1-0

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48 minutes ago, Sherbet said:

Easter road 1964    we won 5_3. I was right behind the goals

So was I, walked home right along princess street with a group of Hearts supporters singing all the way....😁😁

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On 20/02/2021 at 11:56, martoon said:

27 years ago today.

 

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On 20/02/2021 at 12:36, Rizla said:

Wonderful memories.

Does anyone recognise the 2 young lads to the left of Foster? Anyone on here?

 

On 25/02/2021 at 13:31, Hectormasson said:

Ones   a hibs c....t now. ????wee guy with high forehead,,,

 

15 hours ago, Rizla said:

How strange.

 

Something I can never ever begin to understand. One classic example of late is one lad who I remember well from Braga and a few other European trips around that time, he was always decked out in full regalia and well known for his Hearts allegiances but somehow ended up being a Hibs Casual 🤣 and an Irish Republican sympathiser 🤣 word got back to me a few years later that he ended up getting his arse served to him on a plate from the Hearts Casuals 🤣 whilst they were knocking ten bells out of Hibs in a lane near Rose Street.

 

Imbecile ! 

 

 

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On 18/02/2021 at 13:19, farin said:

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Player of the year. 

Pivot Hearts ? 

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4 hours ago, dannymack said:

 

 

 

 

Something I can never ever begin to understand. One classic example of late is one lad who I remember well from Braga and a few other European trips around that time, he was always decked out in full regalia and well known for his Hearts allegiances but somehow ended up being a Hibs Casual 🤣 and an Irish Republican sympathiser 🤣 word got back to me a few years later that he ended up getting his arse served to him on a plate from the Hearts Casuals 🤣 whilst they were knocking ten bells out of Hibs in a lane near Rose Street.

 

Imbecile ! 

 

 

Shame. Such an iconic Hearts image.

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20 hours ago, smiler said:

I keep forgetting that you’re quite old Shomato.


I keep forgetting you have the intellect of an 8 year old.......😉

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19 minutes ago, Thomaso said:


I keep forgetting you have the intellect of an 8 year old.......😉

😕

That hurt Shomato. 

😭

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64 years ago. Here is a programme for an exhibition match played between the British Army and the French Army back in the days of National Service 

 

Jimmy Armfield + 3 Busby Babes (including Duncan Edwards)  + one Hearts man who had made a significant contribution to the club's history the previous Saturday

 

 

 

Who was the Hearts man

What had he done the Saturday before?

 

 

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3 hours ago, Rizla said:

Shame. Such an iconic Hearts image.

 

Definitely shame but not in a sympathetic way more of embarrassing way that someone would spend nearly 30 odd years supporting Hearts but then decide to swap colours for our deadly rivals, in fact that's disgusting 🤮

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2 minutes ago, BarneyBattles said:

 

Is A Crawford actually Ian Crawford who scored two in the '56 cup final (which isn't quite 65 years ago yet!).

 

 

Yes - odd to think he played in the Cup Final at Hampden the previous Saturday then was at Dulwich Hamlet the following Saturday playing the French Army...

 

Also odd to think Bill Foulkes (T Foulkes here) was playing for Man United at the time (1956) and also scored away to Real Madrid 12 years later in 1968 in the European Cup semi final, passed to by George Best!

 

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20 hours ago, j1964m said:






 

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Is that ER in the top photo? Doesn’t look like a Hibs shirt.

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22 hours ago, haveyouheard1874 said:

I may have been it that game as i sorty remember being at a Hearts Dumbarton match around that time, think we lost 1-0

Is that Gallacher?

Looks like handlebar moustache and sideboards.

Don't recall him like that.

Edit

I reckon 74/75 2-1 win

making it Alan Anderson,  didn't  think it was him

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1 hour ago, j1964m said:

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Only thing he ever did for Hearts 🤣

 

Got drenched that day - that horrible misty drizzle

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1 hour ago, Rizla said:

Is that ER in the top photo? Doesn’t look like a Hibs shirt.

Hibs having to change, as home teams did back then, as the Hearts top was too similar for black and white tv viewing. That's all green with white cuffs and collar.

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26 minutes ago, SectionDJambo said:

Hibs having to change, as home teams did back then, as the Hearts top was too similar for black and white tv viewing. That's all green with white cuffs and collar.

Thanks for that.

can’t remember ever seeing Hibs in a top like that.

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6 hours ago, scott herbertson said:

64 years ago. Here is a programme for an exhibition match played between the British Army and the French Army back in the days of National Service 

 

Jimmy Armfield + 3 Busby Babes (including Duncan Edwards)  + one Hearts man who had made a significant contribution to the club's history the previous Saturday

 

 

 

Who was the Hearts man

What had he done the Saturday before?

 

 

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Just Fontaine up front for French. Future Golden Boot winner 1958 World Cup 

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On 01/03/2021 at 05:01, dannymack said:

 

 

 

 

Something I can never ever begin to understand. One classic example of late is one lad who I remember well from Braga and a few other European trips around that time, he was always decked out in full regalia and well known for his Hearts allegiances but somehow ended up being a Hibs Casual 🤣 and an Irish Republican sympathiser 🤣 word got back to me a few years later that he ended up getting his arse served to him on a plate from the Hearts Casuals 🤣 whilst they were knocking ten bells out of Hibs in a lane near Rose Street.

 

Imbecile ! 

 

 

🦢🦢🦢🦢???

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4 hours ago, Hectormasson said:

🦢🦢🦢🦢???

Yes, that's him, I knew him from attending matches, I remember one game against Hibs, I was approaching the Tynie Arms with my boy just as the Hibs Casuals police escort was arriving, I was astounded to see him in amongst the rabble giving it laldy (singing they hate Jam Tarts and Dundee) I was absolutely gobsmacked,with that the Hearts casuals ran at them and there was a brief scuffle nevertheless from being a Hearts fan to that I would certainly never ever give him the time of day again. 

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On 09/10/2020 at 19:59, been here before said:

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What was that large white building?

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