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Pat Stanton makes his Scotland debut and gets an early look at the coming force in international football

– Pat Stanton
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Footballers' post

Mouldmaster memories from a survivor of the gravel pitches that somehow never produced Scotland's golden generation.

– Jim McEleny
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Footballers' post
The victorious QA Falcons

The day the QA Falcons soared above the opposition

– Omar Al-Ansari
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Journalists' post

Paul Hughes' dad was not slow to point out his son's shortcomings as a footballer. But The Sun's football writer has his old man to thank for turning him onto a career in journalism instead

– Paul Hughes
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Journalists' post

Sodden battle with America's finest in Dunoon in '78.

– Craig Smart
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Journalists' post

The 'hole in the net mystery'

– John Clements
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Journalists' post

Teddy Jamieson recalls an unlikely hero in Northern Ireland. Teddy is the author of Whose Side Are You On: Sport, the Troubles and Me

– Teddy Jamieson
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Journalists' post

A trial match for Glasgow and District terrifies Richard Wilson, who would rather be at home, watching the game with his dad

– Richard Wilson, The Herald
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Celebrities' post

Nine-nil behind with seconds remaining, the only thing on Hilton Primary School's goalkeeper was to avoid a double-figure scoreline. One final save should do it...

– Buff Hardie, Scotland the What?
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Journalists' post
Still doing if after all these years: Clontarf 2011. Greig junior and senior (centre left and right)

Doesn't everyone's dad play fives at the age of 66, not only keeping up with but taking the names of men half his age? Martin Greig is starting to suspect the old boy could be a bit special...

– Martin Greig, freelance sport writer
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Journalists' post
The King and I: Sullivan and Dalglish reflect on victory

From writing about the Celtic youth team to crossing for Kenny Dalglish to head home, all in the space of a week? It can be done. Just ask Stephen Sullivan

– Stephen Sullivan, FIFA journalist
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Journalists' post

Strachan. McGrain. Friel. Goal. It is the greatest commentary Arthur Montford never gave

– David Friel, freelance sport journalist
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Journalists' post

Ally McCoist finally meets his match when one-on-one with a mysterious goalkeeper at Hampden. Well, that's how Steve Donn remembers it

– Steve Donn, sports writer, Scottish Daily Mail
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Writers' post
burghead thistle: welcome to hell

Hopeman v Burghead. El Sand Clasico. Gary Sutherland recalls team-mates sadly missed and one who could break your arm with a penalty kick

– Gary Sutherland
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