Scottish League

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Stuart Mc Call - Club Career - Rangers
... Rangers had just won their third successive Scottish Premier Division title ... ended up playing in the final six of the club's nine successive Scottish league titles ... In his first season at Ibrox, Rangers won the league and cup double, before they achieved greater success in 1992–93, winning both cups 2–1 ...
Charlie Duncan
... Charles Stanley "Charlie" Duncan (1889 – after 1920) was a Scottish professional footballer who scored six goals in 22 appearances in the Football League playing ... He also played for Scottish League clubs Dunfermline Athletic and Clyde, and was capped once for the Scottish League representative team ...
List Of Celtic F.C. Managers
... Only official Scottish League, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup and European Competitions matches are counted (n/a) = Information not available Names in italics ...
List Of Aberdeen F.C. Statistics And Records - Honours
... Aberdeen's first trophy was the Southern League Cup in 1946, which was won after a 3-2 win against Rangers ... Their first national trophy win was the Scottish Cup in 1947 ... Aberdeen's first Scottish League Cup victory came in 1955 ...
Chris Woods - Club Career - Rangers
... Woods won a Scottish League Premier Division title medal and a Scottish League Cup medal in his first season ... end from a goal by Adrian Sprott for Hamilton Academicals in a 1-0 win over Rangers at Ibrox in a Scottish Cup tie ... Woods' record stands, since Van der Sar next conceded on 4 March, in a Premier League game at Newcastle United, to Peter Løvenkrands, ending his record at either ...

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