Davie Hay reflects on his biggest League Cup moment

George Nicol from Stirling asks Davie which of his many big League Cup moments as player and manager at Hampden stands out?

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Tam Gemmell did not find out he wasn't playing until very late
Tam Gemmell did not find out he wasn't playing until very late

The final against St Johnstone in 1969, which we won 1-0, will always be special because it brought my first winner's medal.

I didn't expect to play, but Jock Stein decided to drop Tam Gemmell. My big pal only found out when he came into the dressing-room to find me sitting in his seat pulling on his No.3 shorts.

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