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Ayr Utd - Football Memories day
« on: April 20, 2018, 07:43:31 »
Ayr United Football Memories taking place at Ally Macleod suite this week. Theme was Ayr United Legends. Over the last 6 months we have been putting together names, photos and information of legends given to us by supporters and club historian Duncan Carmichael to create a set of Ayr United legends cards. We are pleased to say we have 33 added to the pack so far. Have a look at the names.
If there is names missing from the legends then donít worry. We can add. Just private message us the names and your reason for the legend status. Can be players, managers, coaches or anyone attached with Official Ayr United FC Page

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Offline shinglis

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Re: Ayr Utd - Football Memories day
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2018, 20:07:53 »
 ;D Haha Gordon Dalziel no 1.. pretty sure some would argue that, but guessing the number don't actually mean anything just a reference.

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Re: Ayr Utd - Football Memories day
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2018, 22:09:54 »
A single player from the 96-97 squad gets a look in and our only ever cup final team completely ignored. Were those not memorable days - particularly considering the context of why we are doing this?

I appreciate that since bosman players don't stick around but John Traynor and David Craig are an example from each of the above teams who did stay at the club for a while.