Cliftonville 2-1 Crusaders Boxing Day, 2009http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/footbal ... 429037.stm
"The hatchetmen" reached their highest/lowest point as they had 4 players and their c**t of a manager sent off. Somehow, we contrived to not get a second goal, and it took a goal 7 minutes from time from our fullback to finally beat them. Unforgettable
Celtic 2-0 Rangers, Scottish cup 1991http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiLif_3oxgU
On a similar theme, my dad is/was a celtic season ticket holder, and used to take me when I was young. I guess I was a fan as a kid, but Cliftonville were always more important, and i only went to one game with a mate in the 10 years I lived in Scotland. I went to more Stenhousmuir games. Any way, this game was probably terrible, but three red cards made it seem so exciting at the time
Cliftonville 1 - 1 Glentoran April 18th, 1998http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_VVctNs5NM
Awful game. But it ended up being our first league win in 88 years. There wasn't many of us who thought we'd ever see it, even though I was only 16. (as it happens, we managed it last season too - and my younger sister got to experience what i did). THE best game i've ever been to, and one of the greatest days of my life
Ards 0-1 Cliftonville April 19th, 1997
The season before, with two games left, we were bottom, and Ards were above us. 6 minutes into injury time, it was 0-0, and we were consigning ourselves to a relegation playoff....and then we scored. It was old style terracing, and people were just running......everywhere. I've never celebrated a goal as much as that in my life. The next year, we were champions. (and the year after that we finished 2nd bottom again).
Cliftonville 3 - 1 Glentoran March 19th, 1996http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oTjuUDWJDU
The one that started it all. After 7 years of following the Reds, I saw us win a trophy. And it was secured with a fantastic diving header. Our first trophy in 15 years, and it would start a glorious period of 3 trophies in 11.