Davie said: "No question, it would have to be Tommy Gemmell. There was nothing subtle about his set-pieces, he just gave the ball a good wallop. In those days balls were much heavier and didn't move in the air or anything like that.
"He was pretty deadly and had a fabulously fierce strike on him."
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