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Kenny Millar and Kenny Miller

Kenny Millar, The Sunday Post

Meet Scottish football’s most devoted family and discover how a six-hour drive to watch a youth team pre-season friendly in the Highlands can end up taking you all the way to the World Cup…

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Steve Dunthorpe

Watching a car crash in slow motion…

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John McGovern

Athletic Bilbao and Racing Santander out-Old Firm the Old Firm…

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James McIvor, Director of Scooped! Spoof Newspapers and Benchmark Books

From Simply Red to green-and-white glory, memories of Celtic’s 3-0 Old Firm victory in February 2011 will never leave James McIvor…

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Andrew Reilly

Away-days at Brockville? Expect the unexpected, especially when John Collins is standing over a free-kick…

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david villa gets ready to strike free-kick

Nicola Middleton

David Villa, in a jam-packed Camp Nou, blows the mind of a recent football convert…

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Lee Roden

John Collins’ ice-cool penalty in Paris is responsible for another football memory – although Lee Roden’s is the first to specify what he was eating when Scotland played Brazil…

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George Best: the genius in flight

Ewing Grahame, Freelance Sports Journalist

Ewing Grahame remembers the errant genius of George Best and wonders why he once turned down the chance to meet his hero…

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Graeme Souness

Of all his many achievements, Graeme Souness chooses those his parents were able to share with him…

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Joe Jordan

The pride in wearing a Scotland jersey at a World Cup (or three)…

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Colin Armstrong – My First Rangers Kit

Colin’s first Rangers kit accompanied him through many great memories…

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Pat Crerand

A great Scottish team ends a terrible streak against England and, recalls Pat Crerand, could have taken on the world…

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Tony Hamilton takes Billy McNeill back to Lisbon.

Tony Hamilton, The Celtic View

Tony Hamilton takes the great Billy McNeill back to the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon to relive Celtic’s finest hour…

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Pat Stanton

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

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Conor Culkin

Cantona crushed survival hopes in 1996 but QPR found their way back – eventually…

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Tom Leonard

The Scottish poet’s reflection on Celtic’s epic tie with Leeds United in 1970…

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Graeme Macpherson – Sports Journalist, The Herald

Father and son share a moment after their only match together at St Mirren’s Love Street stadium, a remarkable victory over Rangers. Son vomits down father’s back. Son falls asleep…

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Juninho Paulista

Daniel Gray

Daniel Gray never got closer to football than the season Juninho came to his beloved Middlesbrough, a heady ride that ended in a moment, not quite shared, that is with him forever…

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Kenny Hodgart, South China Morning Post

The memory can play tricks, but witnessing a Willie Miller rollicking at close quarters sears itself on a young mind forever…

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Juninho Paulista

Daniel Gray

Daniel Gray never got closer to football than the season Juninho came to his beloved Middlesbrough, a heady ride that ended in a moment, not quite shared, that is with him forever…

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Zizou lights up the Glasgow night

Zinedine Zidane

If you thought Zinedine Zidane’s goal in the final of the 2002 Champions League at Hampden was a bit special, you are not alone. Here’s how the great man himself remembers it…

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