70's Brockville

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70's Brockville

Post by Bula Bairn » Wednesday 21st 2016f December 2016 08:48:21 PM

Got this clip from the Shire site. No sound or goals unfortunately but still great to see the old place on 'derby day' as a bit before my time...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMwuIbL7aTM

Other nostalgic clips on Shire site that some on here might remember...

http://www.eaststirlingshirefc.co.uk/archives/731

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Post by klyde » Thursday 22nd 2016f December 2016 10:34:54 AM

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Post by Ranaldo Bairn » Thursday 22nd 2016f December 2016 11:57:09 AM

That's an excellent little series of movies.

Notable is the maniac desire of defenders to pass the ball back to their keeper at all costs!
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Post by Sir Jones » Thursday 22nd 2016f December 2016 06:11:35 PM

:lol: that nonchalant pass back at about 14 seconds in
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Post by Ranaldo Bairn » Friday 23rd 2016f December 2016 09:56:17 AM

The Arbroath one is mad.
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Post by FawkirkMan » Monday 26th 2016f December 2016 03:47:33 AM

I took a load of VHS HQ video of Brockville (empty) just before they flattened it, i haven't watched it for a good few years now & i still have to transfer it to a digital format at some point & find the appropiate sound track to go along with the sad event :cry: i've also got some 35mm pictures from the late 70's - 80's & have to do the same with them.
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Post by Bula Bairn » Tuesday 27th 2016f December 2016 02:45:35 PM

FawkirkMan wrote:I took a load of VHS HQ video of Brockville (empty) just before they flattened it, i haven't watched it for a good few years now & i still have to transfer it to a digital format at some point & find the appropiate sound track to go along with the sad event :cry: i've also got some 35mm pictures from the late 70's - 80's & have to do the same with them.
Would be great to see them - so little Falkirk footage from the 70's - 80's online.

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Re: 70's Brockville

Post by americanbairn » Tuesday 27th 2016f December 2016 05:46:51 PM

With a dad born in Bainsford, I spent many summers playing football at Dawson park, Abbotsford st and Davis Loan, and going to every Falkirk match we could when we would visit. My earliest memories are of being at Brockville in the late 60s, early 70s-I'd be 7 or 8. Consider myself fortunate to have those memories-Hogan on the wing, Gibson in the middle, even remember Ally MacRobert scoring at Thistle.
Just received a brand new kit top for Xmas. Have had a kit for entire life. So do my kids.
Cheers and thanks for the run down memory lane

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