Debuts Part 4: Hans Gillhaus

MARK GORDON recalls Aberdeen’s Dutch mystery man and his instant love affair with the Don’s faithful Hans Gillhaus’ first season at PSV Eindhoven turned out to the best in the club’s history, culminating in a European Cup triumph against Benfica. Gillhaus scored three goals in the cup-run, in a side which also featured Ronald Koeman. […]

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Relive: Lennox

This iconic image portrays a true footballing genius at work. Bobby Lennox, cool, calm, composed, the ball obeying his every command, feinting to move one way but shifting his body to line up another shot on target. He scored a prolific 273 goals in all competitions wearing the green and white hoops of his beloved […]

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Relive: Keegan

What happens when you have accomplished pretty much everything in your domestic league, and on the continent as well? You’ve just rocketed to fame from a small lower division side, and within six years conquered Europe. You’ve not even hit your prime years yet. The 1976/77 season was a great one for Liverpool, sailing towards […]

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Golden Goal Part 15: Kenny Dalglish

STEPHEN BRANDT remembers Kenny Dalglish’s European Cup-clinching goal for Liverpool against Belgian side Club Brugge Kenny Dalglish was so good that he ascended to royalty, but was not knighted. King Kenny, as he is affectionately known by the red half of Merseyside, signed for Celtic as a youth player even though he was a Rangers fan. […]

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