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prince21 Posted 18th Apr 2018, 08:44am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 10th Apr 2018, 07:28pm) *
RIP John Lambie.

I,m a Celtic fan who once lived across the road from Firhill. John Lambie a Partick Thistle Legend i,m sure all Thistle fans like me will remember him with fond memories.
Come on the Jags stay up this year in memory of John. R.I.P
JAGZ1876 Posted 10th Apr 2018, 06:28pm
  RIP John Lambie.
jimmyd Posted 11th Oct 2017, 03:25pm
  Just want to say Andy , it has been along time since I came on to GG ,and I have to say that your Jags thread has outlasted the daft Celts and Gers lol does that say something .. smile.gif
andypisces Posted 4th Sep 2017, 04:29pm
 
QUOTE (DannyH @ 10th Jul 2017, 11:16pm) *
I was reading a newspaper report regarding Partick Thistle last week. Right at the very end of the report, it mentioned that the Club was saddened to learn of the death of one of their all-time greats, the "Firhill Flyer", Johnny MacKenzie, who passed away at the age of 91.

He made 396 appearances for the Jags, and played for Scotland nine times. The report also reminded us that the legendary Hungarian, Ferenc Puskas, playing against Scotland in 1954 said he had never before witnessed wing play of such standard, that was shown by Johnny.

Not only did I admire Johny as a player, but I also had the privilege of knowing him as a near neighbour. A very modest quiet person. He even played street football with us!

I will never forget you Johnny.

Danny Harris


Johnny was my hero at firhill. Even called my wee budgie
DannyH Posted 26th Aug 2017, 10:01pm
  Read in the Evening Times tonight, a quip regarding that great character and manager of Thistle,
John Lambie.

One of his strikers was taken off injured during a game. When told that the player had concussion,
John said, "Good. Get him on right away, and tell him he is Pele"!

I wish there were more like him.

Danny Harris
DannyH Posted 17th Jul 2017, 10:20pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Jul 2017, 04:19pm) *
What on earth made you think i wasn't so much younger than you Danny? :lol:


I thought it was just the elderly that supported the Jags now!

Hope you had happy birthday.

Regards

Danny
JAGZ1876 Posted 16th Jul 2017, 03:19pm
 
QUOTE (DannyH @ 14th Jul 2017, 12:16pm) *
Hi Jagz, nice post.

By the way I didn't realise you are so much younger than me. Less of your cheeky comments on other topics, you young whipper-snapper!

Regards

Danny


What on earth made you think i wasn't so much younger than you Danny? laugh.gif
DannyH Posted 14th Jul 2017, 11:16am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 12th Jul 2017, 10:06am) *
Yes Danny, Johnny passed away last week, i was too young to see him play but he will live on as a Firhill legend.



Hi Jagz, nice post.

By the way I didn't realise you are so much younger than me. Less of your cheeky comments on other topics, you young whipper-snapper!

Regards

Danny
JAGZ1876 Posted 12th Jul 2017, 09:06am
  Yes Danny, Johnny passed away last week, i was too young to see him play but he will live on as a Firhill legend.
DannyH Posted 10th Jul 2017, 10:16pm
  I was reading a newspaper report regarding Partick Thistle last week. Right at the very end of the report, it mentioned that the Club was saddened to learn of the death of one of their all-time greats, the "Firhill Flyer", Johnny MacKenzie, who passed away at the age of 91.

He made 396 appearances for the Jags, and played for Scotland nine times. The report also reminded us that the legendary Hungarian, Ferenc Puskas, playing against Scotland in 1954 said he had never before witnessed wing play of such standard, that was shown by Johnny.

Not only did I admire Johny as a player, but I also had the privilege of knowing him as a near neighbour. A very modest quiet person. He even played street football with us!

I will never forget you Johnny.

Danny Harris
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