Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Many people consider which man to be Ayr United's greatest ever manager, and who also had a spell as the Scotland manager?||Ayr United: The Honest Men
Ally Macleod. Ally, who has some pretty good statistics as Ayr manager, was considered by many as the best manager ever.
|This former Ayr United player was the 2008 coach with New England Revolution in the M.L.S in the United States. Who was it?||Ayr United: The Honest Men
Stevie Nicol. Nicol, a product of the Ayr United Boys Club, left Somerset Park in 1981 to join Liverpool. He went on to have 342 appearances for Liverpool, scoring 37 goals. Nicol also played 27 games for Scotland, all when at Liverpool.
|6th February 2002 at Hampden park, Ayr United vs Hibernian in the C.I.S Cup semi-final, who scored to put Ayr into the final?||Ayr United: The Honest Men
Eddie Annand. After 90 minutes, the game went into extra-time, and with both teams getting tired, John Robertson was judged to have been brought down in the box. Eddie Annand scored the subsequent penalty.
Rangers. The ground had 25,255 paying customers, and many more who had gained free entry by illegal means. The game ended in a 2-1 win for Ayr. Cutty Young and Jacky Ferguson gave Ayr a 2-0 lead and Colin Stein scoring for Rangers near the end.
Kilmarnock. Always nice to see Ayr beating Kilmarnock. In fact, it's brilliant.
Somerset Park. The ground took it's name from a nearby street called Somerset Place, which was layer a part of Somerset Road.
Ayr FC and Ayr Parkhouse. Ayr FC who had been based at Beresford Park, moved north of the river, and Parkhouse moved into Beresford Park.
|Before Ayr United were formed, the town had a team called Ayr Thistle in the 1870s. They played their games on this open space in which town?||Ayr United: The Honest Men
Low Green. The Low Green was the town's first football venue. Ayr Thistle were formed in 1872 by a group of youngsters and the Low Green, down by the esplanade, was an out-sized pitch which ran east/west, so it had a seaward goal.