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SFL Yearbook 1994-95 Introduction of Ross County
#1
Selling here, bit about the history of Ross County as well
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tartan-Special...CA:GB:1123
 
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#2
Nice to see our 2-game legend on the front cover...

 
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#3
(11-27-2013, 09:30 AM)StuartTaylor Wrote: Nice to see our 2-game legend on the front cover...

Thought that as well. What was the quote at the time, something along the lines of "he is making the opposition play better by being in the team"! Classic excuse.
 
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#4
I Like the following line in the description

{Also this was the first year where Ross county and Inverness Caledonian Thistle were admitted to the league and there is a history of these clubs including Inverness thistle FC and Caledonian FC}

ICT had no history so had to use 2 defunct Highland league teams.

Not much has changed then. Big Grin
You can take the People out of the Highlands but not the Highlands out of the People
 
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#5
Found a copy In the loft,
Here is a quote from the Ross County F.C.- a brief history section
The nucleus of this side won the 1967 title,losing only two games and hammering in 107 goals.such was the popularity that they were able to charter a special train to take supporters to the ne'er day fixture with Brora Rangers.

Remember boarding the train at Inverness with the old-man for this one
Anyone got any memories of this?
 
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#6
Just won the auction for this. Pretty chuffed as it will make a great christmas prezzie for my dad, this sort of thing is right up his street.
(Insert humorous quip here)
 
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(11-28-2013, 10:38 AM)Dalneigh Gypo Wrote: Found a copy In the loft,
Here is a quote from the Ross County F.C.- a brief history section
The nucleus of this side won the 1967 title,losing only two games and hammering in 107 goals.such was the popularity that they were able to charter a special train to take supporters to the ne'er day fixture with Brora Rangers.

Remember boarding the train at Inverness with the old-man for this one
Anyone got any memories of this?

Yes, I remember going on the special train.
Not the only special train during that era, it was fairly common to go on the “special”, they were used on numerous occasions for Scottish Cup journeys.
Must throw this in! Check the Ross-shire journal 22 years ago column.
Ross County, defeat Caley & Elgin in league & cup, and thump Queen Of The South 6-2 in the Scottish Cup.
Great memories.
 
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