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1979 Scottish League Cup Final (March)

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1979 Scottish League Cup Final (March)

1979 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1978–79 Scottish League Cup
Date 31 March 1979
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 54,000
1978
1979

The 1978–79 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 31 March 1979 and was the final of the 33rd Scottish League Cup competition. It was contested by Rangers and Aberdeen. Rangers won the match 2–1 thanks to goals by Colin Jackson and Alex MacDonald.

Match details

31 March 1979
Rangers 2 – 1 Aberdeen
Jackson Goal
MacDonald Goal
Davidson Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 54,000
RANGERS:
GK 1 Scotland Peter McCloy
DF 2 Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF 3 Scotland Ally Dawson
DF 4 Scotland Derek Johnstone
DF 5 Scotland Colin Jackson
MF 6 Scotland Alex MacDonald
MF 7 Scotland Tommy McLean
MF 8 Scotland Bobby Russell
FW 9 Scotland Billy Urquhart Substituted off
FW 10 Scotland Gordon Smith Substituted off
MF 11 Scotland Davie Cooper
Substitutes:
DF 12 Scotland Alex Miller Substituted in
FW 14 Scotland Derek Parlane Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland John Greig
ABERDEEN:
GK 1 Scotland Bobby Clark
DF 2 Scotland Stuart Kennedy
DF 3 Scotland Chic McLelland
MF 4 Scotland John McMaster
DF 5 Scotland Doug Rougvie Red card
DF 6 Scotland Willie Miller
MF 7 Scotland Gordon Strachan
FW 8 Scotland Steve Archibald
FW 9 Scotland Joe Harper
FW 10 Scotland Drew Jarvie Substituted off
MF 11 Scotland Duncan Davidson
Substitutes:
DF 12 Scotland Alex McLeish Substituted in
? 14
Manager:
Scotland Alex Ferguson

External links

  • Soccerbase

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