Podcast 176: Winning at Dominoes 7 – Men Of The Clyde
It’s Fitba Week here on 200%, and this week’s episode of Winning at Dominoes takes us back to Scotland in the 1960s. The national team may have failed to qualify for three successive World Cup finals during this decade, but the sixties also saw first and only league titles for both Dundee and Kilmarnock, whilst in 1967, of course, Celtic became the first British club to win the European Cup. This week, however, we’re looking at two stories from lower down the ladder – the collapse of one of the grand Old names of Scottish club football, Third Lanark, and the one season merger of East Stirlingshire and junior club Clydebank to form ES Clydebank.
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