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Brian Hanley

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  1. 100% agree. It was an enjoyable experience (again from the tickets/seating issue - surely they knew there was going to be between 15-20k). My girls (8 and 17) who both go to the guys games loved it, as did my nephews from Wales (6 & 9). I felt like i could actually watch the game and enjoy the technique on display. A nice night helped. The ball was played along the ground, showed patience, no punts from the back, ball was always in play because of the shorter more accurate passing. All a marked difference from the guys as was the lack of steamers and swearing.
  2. Enjoying the podcasts mate, downloaded them all now and listening in car for work commute. I was reliving the horror show that was Belgium at Hampden under Craig Brown this morning...still remember the deathly silence at the end of that game. I hadn't appreciated it was so early in the qualifying campaign and i hadn't heard the story about Archie Knox and the runner. Suggestions for future ones Christian Dailly, Gary Nasmyth and Faddy and as suggested above, McCoist. Also, Jim Leighton was my hero growing up and he had plenty of ups and downs to talk about with Scotland.
  3. i have a scotland playlist on spotify. No idea how easy it is to copy or find but some folk have followed it so it must be possible. My name is brian1877
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