Rangers signed 1972 European Cup Winners photo 12×8″

Authentic Rangers signed 1972 European Cup Winners photo 12×8″. Colour photo of Rangers celebrating with the cup winners cup. Signatures include John Greig, Derek Johnstone, Willie Johnston and Colin Stein.

 

** Logo does not appear on photo **

 

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

 

 

 

£149.99

Authentic Rangers signed 1972 European Cup Winners photo 12×8″. Colour photo of Rangers celebrating with the cup winners cup. Signatures include John Greig, Derek Johnstone, Willie Johnston and Colin Stein.

 

** Logo does not appear on photo **

 

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

 

 

 

 

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Rangers signed 1972 European Cup Winners photo 12×8″

Authentic Rangers signed 1972 European Cup Winners photo 12×8″. Colour photo of Rangers celebrating with the cup winners cup. Signed in black marker by 12 players.

 

 

The 1972 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final was a football match between Scottish team Rangers and Soviet team Dynamo Moscow. It took place at the Camp Nou in Barcelona autographs on 24 May 1972 in front of a crowd of 24,701. The final of the 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, one of three football competitions run by UEFA at the time. Nevertheless, it was the 12th European Cup Winners’ Cup final in history.

 

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Both teams had to go through four qualifying rounds to get reach the final. Rangers won three of their four qualifying ties in regulation time, with their second round tie against Sporting CP going into extra time. Dynamo, required to win a penalty shootout to beat Dynamo Berlin in their semi-final. Additionally, The final was the Rangers’ third in European competition, having lost the previous two in 1961 and 1967. The first time a Soviet team had reached a European final.

 

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Rangers scored two goals before half time and added a third minutes into the second half. Also, Dynamo pulled a goal back midway through the second half and scored a late second towards the end of the game. The match finished 3-2 to Rangers.

Furthermore, the end of the match, overshadowed by a pitch invasion just before full time which it was past 90 mins so the ref blew with fans still on the pitch and with Rangers signed memorabilia captain John Greig autographs having to be awarded the trophy inside the stadium buildings. Despite the off field violence the victory is considered the greatest in the club’s history; and the team given the nickname the Barcelona Bears.

 

 

 

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