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For me it was Ray Stephen. Was gutted when Wenger took him to France.

Who was your earliest Dee hero?

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tommy coyne was 16 and in the army based in dover was f**cking gutted when i read he'd left for celtic.

Ray Stephen was a quality player. Met him at a pals night out a few years ago in Aberdeen and I'm giving it the old.......     "Mind that time you took a throw-in from Davie Bell a

My nickname says it all, big Dandy, George McLean.

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Bobby Glennie :D

I think I still have the Christmas card from Bobby and framed photo form the Dundee shop in the Keiller Centtre

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Just now, Harold Finch said:

Bobby Glennie :D

I think I still have the Christmas card from Bobby and framed photo form the Dundee shop in the Keiller Centtre

I loved my trips to the Keiller Centre!

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Ray Stephen was a quality player.

Met him at a pals night out a few years ago in Aberdeen and I'm giving it the old.......

 

 

"Mind that time you took a throw-in from Davie Bell and turned a few Morton defenders before your shot flew inches wide?".........and he's like, "Aye....?????"

 

Top bloke.

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8 hours ago, Cerulean said:

Ray Stephen was a quality player.

Met him at a pals night out a few years ago in Aberdeen and I'm giving it the old.......

 

 

"Mind that time you took a throw-in from Davie Bell and turned a few Morton defenders before your shot flew inches wide?".........and he's like, "Aye....?????"

 

Top bloke.

Met him in Wetherspoon's in Aberdeen before a midweek match at Peterhead. I told the wife who he was so she said hello to him when she was at the bar before pointing over to where we were seated. Next thing I knew he was sitting at our table, had a right good blether as he reminisced about his time at Dens and his move to France. Top lad who could'nae half yap!.

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Iain Ferguson early eighties . Was just a primary school boy then . Remember my dad telling me he'd gone to Rangers , I was devastated.  After that got used to all my favourite players leaving at some point.

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