Who was in the team for Larkhall Thistle?

February 25, 2021 Off By idswater

Who was in the team for Larkhall Thistle?

Transfer-listed Graham Gracie started the game up front with Jack Currie and there was a debut for new signing Johnny Lindsay in midfield. Taylor Scott and Ben Fraser had left the club since the last game.

When did Larkhall Thistle win the Central Cup?

The first medal in the photos is Alex’s winning medal from the Scottish Triumph. The second photo is Alex’s winner’s medal from Thistle’s Lanarkshire Central Cup win in 1915-1916. There is also a picture of young Eck and the 1913/14 winning team.

Why did Larkhall Thistle score a fourth goal?

Thistle were deflated as they saw their chances disappear due to the incompetence of the referee and the home team took full advantage with a fourth straight after with an almost identical goal to the third, this time the striker had a tap in from close range and may or may not have been offside, probably too close to call.

Who was manager of Larkhall Thistle at half time?

Larkhall manager Brian Crawford reacted to the first half performance in the strongest possible way by making three half-time substitutions, off came Kyle Stewart who’d had a nightmare first half and Scott Cowan and Barthoz neither of whom had done much wrong but probably not affected the game as much as they could have.

Transfer-listed Graham Gracie started the game up front with Jack Currie and there was a debut for new signing Johnny Lindsay in midfield. Taylor Scott and Ben Fraser had left the club since the last game.

The first medal in the photos is Alex’s winning medal from the Scottish Triumph. The second photo is Alex’s winner’s medal from Thistle’s Lanarkshire Central Cup win in 1915-1916. There is also a picture of young Eck and the 1913/14 winning team.

Thistle were deflated as they saw their chances disappear due to the incompetence of the referee and the home team took full advantage with a fourth straight after with an almost identical goal to the third, this time the striker had a tap in from close range and may or may not have been offside, probably too close to call.

Larkhall manager Brian Crawford reacted to the first half performance in the strongest possible way by making three half-time substitutions, off came Kyle Stewart who’d had a nightmare first half and Scott Cowan and Barthoz neither of whom had done much wrong but probably not affected the game as much as they could have.