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1984 Scottish League Cup Final (March)

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1984 Scottish League Cup Final (March)

1984 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1983–84 Scottish League Cup
Date 25 March 1984
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Bob Valentine
Attendance 66,369

The first 1984 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 25 March 1984, at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 38th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was an Old Firm derby contested by Rangers and Celtic. Rangers won the match 3–2 thanks to an Ally McCoist hat-trick.

Match details

25 March 1984
Rangers 3 – 2 Celtic
McCoist Goal Goal Goal McClair Goal
Reid Goal pen.'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 66,369
Referee: Bob Valentine
GK Scotland Peter McCloy
RB Northern Ireland Jimmy Nicholl
LB Scotland Ally Dawson
CB Northern Ireland John McClelland (c)
CB Scotland Craig Paterson
RM Scotland Davie Cooper
CM Scotland Bobby Russell
CM Scotland Dave McPherson
LM Scotland John MacDonald Substituted off 1'
CF Scotland Sandy Clark Substituted off 2'
CF Scotland Ally McCoist
MF Scotland Hugh Burns Substituted in 1'
FW Scotland Colin McAdam Substituted in 2'
Scotland Jock Wallace
GK Republic of Ireland Packie Bonner
RB Scotland Danny McGrain
CB Scotland Tom McAdam
CB Scotland Roy Aitken
CM Scotland Murdo MacLeod
LM Scotland Tommy Burns
RM Scotland Davie Provan Substituted off 1'
CM Scotland Paul McStay (c)
LB Scotland Mark Reid
CF Scotland Frank McGarvey Substituted off 2'
CF Scotland Brian McClair
DF Scotland Graeme Sinclair Substituted in 1'
FW Scotland Jim Melrose Substituted in 2'
Scotland David Hay

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