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Celtic goalkeeper Miller, fails to keep the ball out of the net during a Glasgow Rangers attack at Ibrox Stadium.
Large crowds gather for the matches between Rangers and their greatest rivals Celtic which are known as 'Old Firm' games. Rangers won this match 4 - 0.
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|TomCampbell||Rangers 4, Celtic 0: Boycott||0||Dec 4 2010, 2:31 PM EST by TomCampbell|
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This was the match in 1949 when Celtic, irritated by shocking refereeing decisions in two recent Old Firm matches, called upon their supporters not to attend the league fixture at Ibrox. The attendance was 65,000 and a substantial drop from the 95,000 who had attended the recent League Cup tie at the same ground. Celtic fielded a weakened side, having dropped Charlie Tully who had been involved in 'an incident' with Rangers' Sammy Cox; Rangers did not drop Cox, seen being tackled by Alec Boden. The bottom photograph shows Rangers being awarded a penalty kick (rightly) after Celtic's right back McGuire had crudely challenged Tiger Shaw, playing on the left wing for Rangers because of an injury.
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