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1975 Scottish League Cup Final

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1975 Scottish League Cup Final

1975 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1975–76 Scottish League Cup
Date 25 October 1975
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 58,806

The 1975 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 25 October 1975 and was the final of the 30th Scottish League Cup competition. It was contested by the Old Firm rivals, Rangers and Celtic. Rangers won the match 1–0, with the only goal scored by Alex MacDonald.

Match details

25 October 1975
Rangers 1 – 0 Celtic
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 58,806
GK 1 Scotland Stewart Kennedy
DF 2 Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF 3 Scotland John Greig
DF 4 Scotland Tom Forsyth
DF 5 Scotland Colin Jackson
MF 6 Scotland Alex MacDonald
MF 7 Scotland Tommy McLean
FW 8 Scotland Colin Stein
FW 9 Scotland Derek Parlane
FW 10 Scotland Derek Johnstone
MF 11 Scotland Quinton Young
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Scotland Jock Wallace
GK 1 England Peter Latchford
DF 2 Scotland Danny McGrain
DF 3 Scotland Andy Lynch
DF 4 Scotland Pat McCluskey
DF 5 Scotland Roddie MacDonald
MF 6 Iceland Johannes Edvaldsson
MF 7 Scotland Harry Hood Substituted off
FW 8 Scotland Kenny Dalglish
MF 9 Scotland Paul Wilson Substituted off
MF 10 Scotland Tommy Callaghan
MF 11 Scotland Bobby Lennox
DF ? Scotland Jackie McNamara, Sr. Substituted in
MF ? Scotland Ronnie Glavin Substituted in
Scotland Jock Stein

External links

  • Soccerbase

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