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Former Rangers and Hearts star Ian Black joins ex-Scotland goalkeeper Andy Goram in Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian legends team facing Elgin Albion in Burghead this weekend


By Craig Christie

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THE Hibees and the Jam Tarts are coming to Moray this weekend for a special fundraising match.

Ian Black (right) played in Moray for Rangers against Buckie Thistle in 2014. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.
Ian Black (right) played in Moray for Rangers against Buckie Thistle in 2014. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.

Among the Hibs and Hearts legends taking on welfare side Elgin Albion are 'The Goalie', former Scotland and Rangers keeper Andy Goram who started his Scottish League career at Hibernian.

Another former international Garry O'Connor and wing wizard Mickey Weir are more Hibs heroes confirmed to play while a new name has emerged from the Hearts side.

Andy Goram will play for the capital legends team.
Andy Goram will play for the capital legends team.

For Ian Black, who received one Scotland cap in 2012 having featured for Caley Thistle, Hearts and Rangers in his career, is also coming to Saturday's match at Burghead Thistle's Forest Park.

The game has been organised by Forres and Nairn welfare side Elgin Albion to raise club funds.

Albion, managed by lifelong Hearts fan Grahame Keith, also played a Rangers and Celtic legends team in recent years, and regularly tour overseas.

A limited number of tickets are still available for the game, which kicks off at 3pm on Saturday.



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