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1981 Scottish League Cup Final

1981 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1981–82 Scottish League Cup
Date 28 November 1981
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 53,777
1980
1982


The 1981 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 28 November 1981, at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 36th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by Dundee United and Rangers. Rangers won the match 2–1 thanks to goals by Davie Cooper and Ian Redford.

Match details

28 November 1981
Dundee United 1 – 2 Rangers
Milne Goal Cooper Goal
Redford Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 53,777
DUNDEE UNITED:
GK 1 Scotland Hamish McAlpine
DF 2 Scotland John Holt
DF 3 Scotland Derek Stark
DF 4 Scotland David Narey
DF 5 Scotland Paul Hegarty
MF 6 Scotland Iain Phillip
MF 7 Scotland Eamonn Bannon
MF 8 Scotland Ralph Milne
MF 9 Scotland Billy Kirkwood
FW 10 Scotland Paul Sturrock
FW 11 Scotland Davie Dodds
Substitutes:
? ?
Manager:
Scotland Jim McLean
RANGERS:
GK 1 Scotland Jim Stewart
DF 2 Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF 3 Scotland Alex Miller
DF 4 Scotland Gregor Stevens
DF 5 Scotland Colin Jackson
MF 6 Scotland Jim Bett
MF 7 Scotland Davie Cooper
MF 8 Scotland Derek Johnstone
MF 9 Scotland Bobby Russell
FW 10 Scotland John MacDonald
FW 11 Scotland Gordon Dalziel Substituted off ?'
Substitutes:
MF ? Scotland Ian Redford Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland John Greig

External links

  • Soccerbase

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