Say What You See: Scully
David Harrison looks at a picture, and just has to... Say What You See
Wee Stewart was my favourite back then. Well, except when Barry Endean was.
This was the 1970 quarter-final against Liverpool. They squeezed 34,000 into The Vic that day. There’s not been a bigger attendance since. Probably never will be.
How about that crowd in the old Main Stand Paddock? My Dad was in there somewhere, but I’d graduated to the Rookery.
Look at Stewart. Great shirt, great badge, great shorts!
That’s Emlyn Hughes, isn’t it? He was quite good then, an England regular. They called him Crazy Horse at Anfield, for some reason. We were less polite.
He’s standing next to a perimeter board promoting radiograms and tape recorders, which rather date the image.
The pitch was terrible and probably helped us pull off a huge shock that day.
How did Scully avoid biting his tongue? He always used to run with it sticking out like that."