Daily Record in Perverted Headline

Written by Jeeks The Daily Record today ran a story containing a well meaning interview with Michelle Gray, the recently bereaved sister of Andrew Gray a tragic victim of Celtic Boys Club monster, Jim Torbett.  Unbelievably the Headline writers at the Record blew their one job and introduced Michelle as the sister of her brothers... Continue Reading →

Poppies & Pitches: Part 4a

Written by TJ [Please note this article will be moving to a new home at Football In The City and will soon no longer be available on this website] It All Happened Again In a break with how the rest of this has been written so far.  I'm going to hurdle straight over the conflicts... Continue Reading →

Poppies & Pitches: Part 3

Written by TJ [Please note this article will be moving to a new home at Football In The City and will soon no longer be available on this website] It Wasn’t the War to End All Wars To summarise parts 1 and 2, we established that poppies were being used symbolically during the First World... Continue Reading →

Poppies & Pitches: Part 2

Written by TJ [Please note this article will be moving to a new home at Football In The City and will soon no longer be available on this website] The Commercialisation of the Poppy The Great War had altered the existing balance of power and the landscape of the world forever. Millions of women entered... Continue Reading →

Poppies & Pitches: Part 1

Written by TJ [Please note this article will be moving to a new home at Football In The City and will soon no longer be available on this website] The Poppy is in evocative symbol these days. How deeply ironic is it to be told that there is only one way to remember those that... Continue Reading →

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