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Sean Graham

Scotland v England 25th May 1985

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Martin Buchan featured in Replay Football reminiscence cards

Martin Buchan

Best, the Welsh Airforce & Jairzinho

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Murray Meikle

The allure of the Home Internationals never failed to deliver.

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Steven Buick

THAT goal for James McFadden.

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Simon Glen

Scotland take over Anfield. Arthur Montford is blissfully unaware of what awaits them in Argentina

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William Platt

The Auld Enemy clash is even better the second time round.

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Ewan Smith, freelance sports journalist

A gutted Raymond Domenech is faced with a grinning Scottish hack the morning after Faddy's cracker

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Graeme Broadley

Glorious defeat and a spiritual football experience in the 'Church'...

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Brian Hanley

Unlucky Scotland -- yet again

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Ronnie MacKay

James McFadden cures a broken heart in Paris

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George Greig

George Greig and his three friends endure freezing temperatures and thick fog to watch Scotland play England at Wembley.

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Alan Nelson Dick

50-years of highs and lows...then Faddy belts it from miles out

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Brian Scott, The Daily Mail

A 400-mile trek to Wembley in a battered Austin A40 ... madness, right? Well, not if a 3-2 victory over the Auld Enemy and some Jim Baxter ball-juggling lies in wait. Brian Scott's memory is still fired by that famous victory over England in 1967

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Jon Fratelli

Who needs Maradona when you have King Kenny? Jon Fratelli recalls marvelling at "the greatest player our country has ever produced" on the night Kenny Dalglish won 100 Scotland caps

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Dougie Donnelly

Dougie Donnelly has seen and done it all - Opens, Grand Slams - but Scotland v France at World Cup 1998 proved the most emotional and uplifting experience of his career

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john collins' penalty really was a dream come true

John Collins

A cheeky wink to the camera and, later, a calmly slotted penalty made Scotland's 2-1 loss to Brazil in the opening game of World Cup 98 the most cherished moment of John Collins' career

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Denis Law is congratulated by an ecstatic fan © The Herald

Ron Scott, chief football writer, The Sunday Post

1967 and all that. Ron Scott joins the exodus to Wembley and comes back with no sleep, a winning bet and memories he will never lose

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Socrates and Souness. Two great midfielders and two tremendous 'taches

Graham McColl , sports writer for The Times and author

Following Scotland at the 1982 World Cup in Spain provides Graham McColl with rich memories of Spain, the Tartan Army and another near miss on the big stage

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Billy Bremner is carried shoulder high after victory against the Czechs

Kevin McCarra, chief football writer, The Guardian

How can a match where you can barely see the action, in which the identity of the goalscorer is shrouded in mystery and your life is at risk with every surge of the Hampden crowd be the one that lives longest in the memory? Kevin McCarra explains

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John Collins strikes the penalty Amy's sister couldn't bear to watch

Amy Macdonald

This is the life - watching Scotland in the opening match of a World Cup against Brazil. What could possibly go wrong for Amy Macdonald?

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