1984 in Scotland Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157751052

Published: June 8th 2010

Paperback

52 pages


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1984 in Scotland  by  Books LLC

1984 in Scotland by Books LLC
June 8th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 52 pages | ISBN: 9781157751052 | 5.43 Mb

Chapters: 1983-84 in Scottish Football, 1984-85 in Scottish Football, Rangers F.c. Season 1983-84, Rangers F.c. Season 1984-85, 1984-85 in Scottish Football, 1983-84 in Scottish Football, Scottish Cup 1984-85, Scottish Cup 1983-84, Polmont Rail Accident, 1984 Scottish Cup Final, 1985 Scottish Cup Final, 1984 Scottish League Cup Final, Wolf and Wolf V Forfar Potato Co, Khaliq V Hma.

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 46. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The 198384 season is the 87th season of competitive football by Rangers. Rangers played a total of 55 competitive matches during the 198384 season. The season would signal the end of John Greigs managerial career. The league season began badly, one point from the first four league games, although the team did win there six League Cup games under Greig.

A fruitful brief run in the European Cup Winners Cup saw Rangers win the second round, first leg 2-1 over FC Porto after the teams record breaking 16-0 aggregate win over Maltese champions Valletta. After the first nine league games, Greigs team had collected just ten points from twenty-seven. In the end the pressure was to much and Greig resigned from his post on 28 October 1983. On 10 November 1983, Jock Wallace was persuaded by the Rangers board to leave Motherwell and return to the club.

His aim was to restore the glory years of the treble-winning sides of the late 1970s. Wallaces initial impact was positive, boosting morale and fitness. He made changes to the coaching staff, bringing in Alex Totten as first team coach with Tommy McLean, David Provan and Joe Mason leaving. Wallace also added to the squad during the season, Bobby Williamson arrived from Clydebank, Nicky Walker from old club Motherwell and Stuart Munro from Alloa Athletic. Wallaces first match in command was at ...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2308197



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