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I believe the first competitive match played under floodlights in Glasgow was Patrick Thistle v Motherwell in a 2nd XI cup-tie at Firhill on 8/2/1956. (6-0, att: 5,000).
- Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:30 am
- Forum: Scottish Football
- Topic: VICTORIAN ABBREVIATIONS
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I've noticed a number of press reports in Victorian times where the name of some clubs is followed in brackets by either "S.C.T" or "R.C.T.". Grateful if anyone can tell me what these stand for.
I remember being taken to the 1963 match by my dad. We caught the train at Central Station (probably a "football special") and as we walked up the platform the overnight mail train was sitting to our left. It was all new to me and my dad explained that it was a travelling sorting office. There was e...