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In his latter years, Tom continued to support the Club. Most recently, Tom hosted hospitality events as a match day ex-player, visiting the lounges and sharing stories with guests. He was also well known amongst many RSCs across the UK and beyond, his passion for Rangers never waned.

After hanging up his boots in 1982 Forsyth was appointed Dunfermline manager but left within a year. International recognition followed, firstly at Under-23 level on February 24, 1971, in a 2-2 draw with England at Hampden, then less than four months later, at full international level, in a 0-1 defeat to Denmark in Copenhagen. Sad to see another great player from the time we used to regularly produce them. A much better player than he was given credit for. May he rest in peace. My first game for Rangers was – you'll never guess – against Motherwell at Fir Park. I kept giving the ball to Motherwell players." A Mark II version of his 1950s Iona manifesto called for a revitalised culture of Gaelic arts, spirituality and ecology. “When a shoot is grafted on to an established root, the green of the root must meet the green of the stalk. The green, or cambium, is the only living and dynamic part of the plant. In the cultivation of human beings the same natural law must apply.”

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In later years Tom opened a nursery whilst assisting his wife in her florist’s shop. He was never far away from football, coaching youngsters at the local school whilst acting as a matchday host in the hospitality suites at Ibrox whilst always finding time to indulge his love of bowling, gardening and golf. My second-ever Rangers game was seeing him scrape the ball over the line with his studs from four inches – I can still see the joy in his face even now, and I loved him from that moment on. a b c d e "Tom Forsyth: Former Motherwell, Rangers & Scotland defender dies at age 71". BBC Sport. 14 August 2020 . Retrieved 15 August 2020.

It was sweet. And that's maybe not the adjective that springs readily when most think of Tam Forsyth. Thomas Forsyth (23 January 1949 – 14 August 2020) was a Scottish football player and coach. Forsyth played as a defender for Motherwell, Rangers and Scotland. Ideally every programmer should know the basics of floating-point numerical precision. Any time you do a subtract (or an add, implicitly), consider what happens when the two numbers are very close together, e.g. 1.0000011 - 1.0. The result of this is going to be roughly 0.0000011 of course, but the "roughly" is going to be pretty rough. In general you only get about six-and-a-bit decimal digits of precision from floats (2 There can be few more nervous moments for Rangers fans than the goal he scored to win the 1973 Scottish Cup, the Centenary final against Celtic. I lifted my seven-year-old brother over the turnstile and my mates helped with "shoulder" duty during the game. I loved the guy! My son and I were discussing "real" centre half's during the Barca game midweek and I just thought that Tam wrote that particular book.Forsyth made 326 appearances for Gers and won three league championships, four Scottish Cups and two League cups, It secured the club their first Scottish Cup since 1966, and in a previous interview, Forsyth recalled: “To play in your first Scottish Cup final and score the winning goal was just a dream come true. As a boy, you dream about those things and it was unbelievable really… I just followed it in, but I honestly thought Derek’s header was going in.

Recently he did voluntary work at his former club Motherwell in the ‘Remember ‘Well’ group, offering reminiscence therapy to those suffering from dementia.I strongly believe that continued focus on our people and their development will allow us to grow, and this, coupled with investment in technology, will lead us to become the employer of choice,” commented Tom. “The safety of our staff has been a high priority during the pandemic and will continue to be so going forward. Relationships inside the company and towards our customers are the main drivers for sustainable results. Sika Limited in the UK is a strong and focused company, and I am looking forward to the challenge of growing our brands in the UK under one combined entity.” As a supporter of the other half of the "Old Firm" I have to say my thoughts and prayers go to his family, friends and all at Rangers as Tam was a loyal servant of his club and that commitment alone is due respect regardless of where your loyalties lie. May he Rest in Peace. Despite arriving as a centre-half and going on to make his name in that position, he initially played as an inside-forward and netted 17 goals in his breakthrough season as Motherwell won the Second Division. He was inducted into Rangers’ Hall of Fame in 2003, and until recent times, he remained a well-known face around Ibrox, working in the hospitality suites at the stadium.

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