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1970 Scottish Cup Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1970 Scottish Cup Final
Event1969–70 Scottish Cup
Date11 April 1970
VenueHampden Park, Glasgow
RefereeBobby Davidson
Attendance108,434
1969
1971

The 1970 Scottish Cup Final was played on 11 April 1970 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 85th Scottish Cup. Aberdeen and Celtic contested the match, Aberdeen won the match 3–1 with a goal from Joe Harper and two from Derek McKay.[1][2]

Match details

Aberdeen3 – 1Celtic
Joe Harper Goal 27' (pen.)
Derek McKay Goal 83' Goal 90'
Report (page 4) Bobby Lennox Goal 89'
Attendance: 108,434
ABERDEEN:
GK Scotland Bobby Clark
DF Denmark Henning Boel
DF Scotland Tommy McMillan
DF Scotland Martin Buchan
DF Scotland Jim Hermiston
MF Scotland Derek McKay
MF Scotland George Murray
MF Scotland Davie Robb
MF Scotland Arthur Graham
FW Scotland Jim Forrest
FW Scotland Joe Harper
Substitutes:
FW Scotland George Buchan
Manager:
Scotland Eddie Turnbull
CELTIC:
GK Scotland Evan Williams
DF Scotland David Hay
DF Scotland Billy McNeill
DF Scotland Jim Brogan
DF Scotland Tommy Gemmell
MF Scotland Jimmy Johnstone
MF Scotland Bobby Murdoch
MF Scotland Bobby Lennox
MF Scotland John Hughes Substituted off
FW Scotland George Connelly
FW Scotland Willie Wallace
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Bertie Auld Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland Jock Stein

References

  1. ^ "Aberdeen 3–1 Celtic, Scottish Cup Final (contemporary newspaper scans)". The Celtic Wiki. 11 April 1970. Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  2. ^ Munro, Malcolm (13 April 1970). "Red Revolutionaries". Evening Times. p. 12. Retrieved 10 January 2018.

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This page was last edited on 7 December 2018, at 13:25
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