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Football Trivia, Celtic 1967

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Who wore the number 4 shirt for Celtic, during the 1967 Cup Final in Lisbon?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Who wore the number 4 shirt for Celtic, during the 1967 Cup Final in Lisbon?
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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errr...at a guess.. willie wallace..
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ah no it was bobby (howlin mad) murdoch..
#3
Beefnoodlez
ah no it was bobby (howlin mad) murdoch..


No, but he did wear the number 4 shorts!

No-one wore the numbers on their shirts! :thumbsup:
#4
Shambolic
No, but he did wear the number 4 shorts!

No-one wore the numbers on their shirts! :thumbsup:


Trick Question!!! :thumbsup:
banned#5
Ruud Gullit?
#6
Shambolic
No, but he did wear the number 4 shorts!

No-one wore the numbers on their shirts! :thumbsup:


Ha fair play! :thumbsup:
#7
Quality! :thumbsup:

Was it the 80's when we were told not to do that no more?
#8
Toybhoy
Quality! :thumbsup:

Was it the 80's when we were told not to do that no more?


Good Question.

I don't know.:oops:

When were numbers made compulsory on football shirts?

Anyone?
1 Like #9
Shambolic
Good Question.

I don't know.:oops:

When were numbers made compulsory on football shirts?

Anyone?


It was the early 90's. And Celtic were told to put numbers on their shirts, so they did.
They put the numbers on the sleeves, not the back.
Obviously, the "fair" Scottish Football Association, and SPL then spat their dummies and told Celtic the numbers MUST be on the backs of the jerseys.

And yes, it was Bobby Murdoch who graced the No.4 jersey.
#10
Slapchops
It was the early 90's. And Celtic were told to put numbers on their shirts, so they did.
They put the numbers on the sleeves, not the back.
Obviously, the "fair" Scottish Football Association, and SPL then spat their dummies and told Celtic the numbers MUST be on the backs of the jerseys.

And yes, it was Bobby Murdoch who graced the No.4 jersey.


I think it was more a compulsery thing from UEFA. Also over the last few years that teams with stripes or hoops playing in Europe now have to stop them on the back of their strips to allow for the numbers to be more visible
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Slapchops
It was the early 90's. And Celtic were told to put numbers on their shirts, so they did.
They put the numbers on the sleeves, not the back.
Obviously, the "fair" Scottish Football Association, and SPL then spat their dummies and told Celtic the numbers MUST be on the backs of the jerseys.

And yes, it was Bobby Murdoch who graced the No.4 jersey.


nah,celtic fans spat their dummies because they thought they should be treated differently to their scottish counterparts.?:thinking:

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