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1992–93 in Scottish football

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1992–93 in Scottish football

The 1992–93 season was the 96th season of competitive football in Scotland.


Notable events

  • Rangers completing a domestic treble of the Premier Division title, FA Cup and League Cup.
  • The return of Celtic striker Frank McAvennie to the club from Aston Villa in January, four years after he left them for a second spell at West Ham United.
  • Celtic's £1.5million pre-season move for West Ham United winger Stuart Slater.
  • The pre-season sale of Rangers striker Paul Rideout to Everton for £500,000.
  • Trevor Steven returning to Rangers at the start of the season after a year in France with Marseille, costing them a Scottish record fee of £2.4million - though less than half the £5.5million they had received for him in August 1991.
  • Striker Duncan Shearer, who had played in England since 1983, finally played professional football in his homeland at the age of 30 after joining Aberdeen from Blackburn Rovers for £500,000.
  • Rangers progressing to the semi-final group stage of the European Cup, eliminating English league champions Leeds United in the second knockout stage.
  • Aidrieonians going into the European Cup Winners' Cup, having entered as the previous season's losing FA Cup finalists to league champions Rangers, ended the season relegated from the Premier Division.
  • Jim McLean's final season as manager of Dundee United, bringing to an end his 22-year reign.
  • Scottish Premier Division

    Champions: Rangers
    Relegated: Falkirk, Airdrieonians

    Scottish League Division One

    Promoted: Raith Rovers, Kilmarnock
    Relegated: Meadowbank Thistle, Cowdenbeath

    Scottish League Division Two

    Promoted: Clyde, Brechin City

    Scottish clubs in Europe

    Average coefficient - 4.800

    Scotland national team


  • (H) = Home match
  • (A) = Away match
  • WCQG1 = World Cup qualifying - Group 1
  • References

    1992–93 in Scottish football Wikipedia

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