Remembering Tam Forysth
Remembering the great Tom Forsyth who has passed away at the age of 71. He played for Motherwell and Rangers and was integral to the winning Scotland teams of 1976 & 77. His final match was v Netherlands at the World Cup in 1978.
Here’s his most famous moment, his game-saving tackle against Mick Channon (7.50 in). Also see a stonewall penalty against Dalglish that still rankles (4.53) and King Kenny’s ‘through the legs’ goal against Ray Clemence.
Highlights from a great game at Hampden. Hard to see a weak link in that team with quality right through it: Rough, McGrain, Rioch, Gemmill and with Jordan and Dalglish at their peak.