SAMMY BAIRD was a member of the formidable Rangers team of the late 1950s, winning three League Championship medals, a Scottish Cup medal and scored on his Scotland debut against Yugoslavia and also on his seventh and final appearance for his country against France…

STEWART (Beith) – Can you settle an argument about who was the last Rangers player to score for Scotland in a World Cup Finals game, my guess was Stuart McCall in 1990 in Italy, am I correct?

McCall did score for Scotland in a group match against Sweden in Genoa Italy in the 1990 Finals in a 2-1 victory but at the time was an Everton player.

This accolade falls to Sammy Baird, being the only player who was at Rangers when he scored in a World Cup match, which makes him first and last.

Sammy's goal came in a group match against France in the 1958 Finals in Orebro Sweden which Scotland lost 2-1.

Maybe the team that day will revive memories for more mature fans.

W. Brown (Dundee), E. Caldow (Rangers), J. Hewie (Charlton), E. Turnbull (Hibs), R. Evans (Celtic), D. Mackay (Hearts), R. Collins (Celtic), J. Murray (Hearts), J. Mudie (Blackpool), S. Baird (Rangers), S. Imlach (Nottingham Forrest).

RYAN (Waterfoot) – My grandpa says he was at a game in 1988 at Celtic Park against Dundee, and there was a crowd of 90,000, can this be correct?

Slight exaggeration. The game in question was Celtic v Dundee on April 23, 1988.

1988 was the hundredth anniversary of the founding of Celtic FC and this was the day that they clinched the League Championship, becoming the first team in the world to do so in a centenary year.

Score in the match was 3-0 to Celtic, with goals from Chris Morris and Andy Walker (2) and the official attendance was recorded as 60,800 although many fans, like your grandfather, say it felt more like 90,000.

Celtic would go on to lift the Scottish Cup, beating Dundee United in the final, to cap a remarkable year for manager Billy McNeill and his team.

GORGIE GEORGE – You had a question recently about Hearts record against Celtic in season 1985/86, how did they do against Rangers that season?

This was the season Hearts almost won the League title and they did well against both sides of the Old Firm.

They did not lose to Celtic that season and lost only once to Rangers.

The record is as follows:

August 24, 1985: Rangers 3 Hearts 1.

November 16, 1985: Hearts 3 Rangers 0.

December 28, 1985: Rangers 0 Hearts 2.

January 25, 1986: Hearts 3 Rangers 2 (Scottish Cup).

March 29, 1986: Hearts 3 Rangers 1.

So four victories for “The Jambos” with John Robertson scoring five goals in as many games against the blue half of Glasgow.

Robertson also scored three times against Celtic that season and finished as Hearts’ top scorer with 25 goals.