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adjective advanced in years, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, crumbling, decadent, decayed, declining, decrepit, deteriorated, dilapidated, discontinued, early, elderly, enfeebled, hoary, inveteratus, no longer young, not modern, obsolete, olden, past, preceding, preexisting, run down, rusty, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vetustus, vintage, waning, weakened, weathered, worn, worn out
Associated concepts: ancient records doctrine
See also: antique, elderly, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, prior, stale, traditional, trite
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But in a derby, especially an Old Firm one, anything can happen.
Amoruso, who enjoyed a six-year spell at Ibrox from 1997, has nothing but good memories of high-pressure Old Firm games.
Both sets of fans have lost four Old Firm matches a season and the possibility of two more games in the cups.
2 WHO is the only player to be sent off three times in Old Firm clashes - with every red card at Ibrox?
Question: the first official Old Firm Derby took place in a) 1870 b) 1888 c) 1905 Do remember to tell us which book you would like.
Assuming the Old Firm started life south of the border in EPL II, the chances of them playing European football for best part of a decade is remote at best.
SPL executive chairman Lex Gold said: "What we try to do with the last five fixtures is ensure that we don't have the title decider between the Old Firm and we have been successful in doing that in recent years.
We need to break the monotony of the Old Firm and have more than two teams challenging for the title.
RANGERS have won only one of the past 13 Old Firm league encounters.
To parachute a foreign referee in to do an Old Firm game then take him out again - he might not have a feel for the game.
Everyone knows that when you come to Scotland you're going to play in the Old Firm game.
By SCOTT McDERMOTT THE SPL last night admitted they were forced to scrap next season's New Year Old Firm derby by police and the Scottish government.