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John M Clum · 2018 · ‎Social SciencePartick Thistle. Heart of Midlothian. Queen of the South. The loneliness not knowing it. The chocolate swiss roll. My brother's football gear.

On the first occasion, they qualified having finished third in the First Division. They progressed to the second round of the Fairs Cup before being eliminated by Spartak Brno. They qualified for the UEFA Cup in 1972–73 after winning the League Cup the previous season; Hungarian side Honvéd eliminated them in the first round. [164] Their most recent European campaign was the 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup, when they finished 4th with four points in Group 6. [165] Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate 1963–64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Glentoran 3–0 4–1 7–1 Second round Spartak Brno 3–2 0–4 3–6 1972–73 UEFA Cup Budapest Honvéd 0–3 0–1 1995–96 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 6 LASK Linz – 2–2 Keflavík 3–1 Metz 0–1[166] NK Zagreb 1–2 References[edit] ^ "Partick Thistle Football Club".

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On 23 October 1971 Davie McParland's team secured the club's most famous result against Jock Stein's Celtic in the League Cup final at Hampden Park, Glasgow. 62, 470 fans watched Thistle take a dramatic 4–0 lead at half time with goals from Alex Rae, Bobby Lawrie and Jimmy Bone amongst the many emerging talents in the Thistle squad including Alan Rough, Alex Forsyth and Denis McQuade. Kenny Dalglish pulled a goal back for Celtic, however the final result was never in doubt as Thistle eased to a 4–1 victory.

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Major[edit] Scottish Cup: Winners (1): 1920–21 Runners up (1): 1929–30 Scottish League Cup: Winners (1): 1971–72 Runners up (3): 1953–54, 1956–57, 1958–59 Minor[edit] Scottish Championship / Scottish Football League First Division, second tier:[150] Winners (6): 1896–97, 1899–1900, 1970–71, 1975–76, 2001–02, 2012–13 Runners up (3): 1901–02, 1991–92, 2008–09 Scottish League One / Scottish Football League Second Division, third tier: Winners (2): 2000–01, 2020–21 Play-off Winners: 2005–06 Scottish Challenge Cup:[151] Runners up: 2012–13 Other[edit] Glasgow Cup Winners (7): 1934–35, 1950–51, 1952–53, 1954–55, 1960–61, 1980–81, 1988–89 Runners up (11): 1888–89, 1900–01, 1911–12, 1914–15, 1917–18, 1919–20, 1932–33, 1936–37, 1959–60, 1966–67, 1968–69 Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup Winners (3): 1926–27, [152] 1934–35, [153] 1948–49 Runners up (7): 1904–05, 1915–16, 1917–18, 1940–41, 1950–51, 1955–56, 1959–60 Summer Cup: 1945 Glasgow Dental Hospital Cup: 1928[154] West of Scotland FA Cup: 1879 Yoker Cup: 1881, 1882, 1883[155] Partick Championship: 1884[156] Greenock Charity Cup: 1893[157] Paisley Charity Cup: 1936 British Cup-Winners' Challenge: 1921[158] Tennents' Sixes: 1993 (last winners)[159] Coronation Cup: 1928, 1929[160][161] ARR Craib Cup: 2012[162] Club records[edit] Highest record home attendance: 49, 838 vs Rangers, Scottish First Division, 18 February 1922[163] Most league appearances: Alan Rough, 410[163] Most league goals in a season: Alex Hair, 41, 1926–27[163] Record defeat: 0–10 v Queen's Park, Scottish Cup, 3 December 1881[163] Record victory: 16–0 v Royal Albert, Scottish Cup 1st round, 17 January 1931[163] Record points total: 78, Scottish First Division, 2012–13[163] Record transfer fee paid: £85, 000 to Celtic for Andy Murdoch, February 1991[163] Record transfer fee received: £350, 000 from Barnsley for Liam Lindsay, June 2017 / £350, 000 from Norwich City for Aidan Fitzpatrick, July 2019 European record[edit] Thistle have participated in European competition on three different occasions.

Scottish Professional Football League. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 30 September 2013. ^ Vassallo, Jean; Paul. "Partick Thistle Centenary Kits Launched". www. football-shirts. co. uk. Football Shirts News. Archived from the original on 2 May 2021. Retrieved 8 November 2014. ^ "1875–76 – Partick Thistle history – The Early Years". Ptearlyyears. net. Archived from the original on 19 February 2021.

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Thistle subsequently went into the Scottish Premiership play-offs against Livingston, who had finished second in the Scottish Championship in their first season of returning to the league. On 17 May 2018, Thistle lost the first leg 2–1 away at Almondvale Stadium, with Kris Doolan getting Thistle's goal. [43] Livingston then came to face Thistle at Firhill on 20 May 2018. Livingston won the away leg 0–1 after Keaghan Jacobs scored in the 46th minute. [44] Thistle were relegated to the Scottish Championship after a stay in the top flight of five years. Subsequently, speculation surrounded whether or not Archibald would remain as Thistle's manager. On 24 May, Thistle announced on their website Archibald would remain as Partick Thistle's manager going into the Championship next season. [45] As a result of Thistle's poor season, a number of players were not offered a new contract by the club including captain Abdul Osman, Callum Booth, Steven Lawless, Mustapha Dumbuya, Paul McGinn and Ryan Scully.

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[37] The team also lost the Scottish Challenge Cup final to Queen of the South on penalties in April 2013. [38] Thistle's initial return to the Premiership had mixed success. The team managed to maintain a relatively positive away record, however it was months before Thistle finally secured a home win, with them beating Aberdeen 3–1 at Firhill in February 2014. [39] Thistle managed to avoid the relegation and play-off spots, eventually finishing third-bottom, following a 4–2 win away to Hearts at Tynecastle. [40] Thistle announced the club were completely free of debt in November 2015.

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