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Manchester United: Sean Graham

The Flowers of Manchester remembered

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Nottingham Forest: Richard Williams

A love of sport shared by father and son.

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QPR: MARK ELLEN

Last minute heartache for the R's

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Leeds United: Julie Welch

HARD MAN, SOFT CENTRE - Norman Hunter

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Tottenham Hotspur: Greg Jenner

Bale announces his arrival amongst the elite

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Luca Hodges-Ramon

Ferenc Puskas: The football star that awoke a nation.

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Manchester United: Graham Heywood

He was like the love child of Diego Maradona and Billy Bremner, but better looking than Errol Flynn.

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Aberdeen: Sean Graham

The Dandy Dons Conquer Europe

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Rangers: Sean Graham

Sometimes the word legend is used to freely in the modern game but last night we lost a true legend, when the news of Sandy Jardine’s passing reached the football world.

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Liverpool: Sean Graham

Hillsborough- A Tribute to the 96

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Rob Shepherd

A memorable hat trick from one of the greatest!

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Celtic: Sean Graham

Billy McNeill-Birthday Bhoy

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Stockport County: Sean Graham

Stockport County - the land of hopes and dreams

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Celtic: Sean Graham

Eric Makes It a Black Day for the Celts

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Manchester United: Roy Cavanagh MBE

25th December 1957 - Man Utd v Luton Town

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Celtic v Ajax Programme

Celtic: Sean Graham

1982 - Celtic v Ajax £2.50 to get in?!

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Rob Bishop

"At number seven for United, in place of Moir....Best". George makes his debut.

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Aston Villa: Rob Bishop

Being serenaded at the Basque National Party headquarters!

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Copyright Heidi Haigh

Leeds United: Heidi Haigh

Leeds United supporter Heidi Haigh has written a book that provides a fascinating insight into life as a female football fan at a time when the sport was still regarded as a “man’s game”.

Heidi’s memoir Follow Me and Leeds United, is based on diaries she kept while watching the Whites home and away during their glory years of the 1970s.

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St Mirren: Sean Graham

We Could Be Heroes, Just For One Day

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The Footballer Who Could Fly

Newcastle United: Duncan Hamilton

The Footballer Who Could Fly - A trip to Frank Brennnan's sports shop

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Rangers: Sean Graham

Broomfield was a special, unique little ground, with a distinctive little pavilion where the players went in and out of, it reminded me of a little house and I was always quite fascinated by it any time I went there.

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The matchday programme

Scotland: Sean Graham

Scotland v England 25th May 1985

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Celtic: Sean Graham

Memories Are Made Of This

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The matchday programme

Everton: Sean Graham

Sharpy Remembers When the Toffees were the Kings of Europe

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Crystal Palace: Tony Fletcher

The first year I started going to the Palace on my own, the team was relegated to the Second Division. Who would want to follow anyone else?

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Nottingham Forest: Sean Graham

Cloughie leads Nottingham Forest to the Promised Land

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UEFA Cup Final Programme

Celtic: Sean Graham

A trip to the 2003 UEFA Cup Final

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Ipswich Town: Sean Graham

UEFA Cup success & Sir Bobby Robson

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Real Madrid: Sean Graham

Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1-2 Real Madrid CF (Raúl 8, Zidane 45; Lúcio 13) Hampden Park, Glasgow 2002

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Tranmere Rovers: Martin Polley

1985 and all that; Half Man Half Biscuit and me

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Kilmarnock: David Ross

Doctor Who, the Kennedy assassination and confusing Gala Fairydean with Aberdeen.

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Jim White

A footballing genius announces his arrival on the World stage

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Hearts: Irvine Welsh

A first sighting at a freezing Tynecastle of a future Hibs hero

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Watford: Dougie Brimson

Watford legend making history at Wembley

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Leeds United: Jon Howe

A stranger comes to the rescue at a packed Elland Road

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Liverpool: Kevin Sampson

Bayern Munich in the Fairs Cup, 71.

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The Football Memories Game

Huddersfield Town: Karen Gill

Memories of Bill Shankly and his time working with the teenage sensation that was Denis Law

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Chris Morgan wins the cup for Linfield

Linfield: James Morgan

One day you're playing with your brother on the street, pretending to score the winning goal in the cup final. Then one of you gets to do it for real while the other watches in awe

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Celtic: Tom Leonard

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

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Bert Slater, the star of the 1964 Scottish Cup final, despite ending up on the losing side © The Herald

Dundee: J. David Simons

Bert Slater's heroics in the 1964 Scottish Cup final captured the heart of David Simons - and made him a Dundee fan for life

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Val in front of her own stand

Raith Rovers: Val McDermid

Val McDermid grew up accompanying her father on scouting trips for Raith Rovers. From teams of shipbuilders and miners, he would unearth gems, including a real diamond in the rough - Jim Baxter

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Jinky and Agnes share a special moment © The Herald

Celtic: Michael Tierney

Behind every great man is an even greater woman. Never was that more true than in the case of Agnes Johnstone, widow of Jinky Johnstone. Michael Tierney spent an emotional afternoon in her company

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Charlie's team - Celtic's 1985 Scottish Cup final squad

Celtic: Charles McGarry

Celtic's victory in the 1985 Scottish Cup final triggered Charles McGarry's love affair with the Parkhead club.

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Stuart, with his sister, shows his true colours

Aberdeen: Stuart Donald

The author of On Fire with Fergie recalls the Dons' 1981 win over a great Ipswich team and the slaying of demons that unleashed their ambition

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Eyal Berkovic: Scored twice against Rangers. Did nothing else

Celtic: Willy Maley

Willy Maley recalls his father's dislikes as gleaned from their shared trips to Celtic Park: aggregate defeats, no-score draws, friendlies and non-communist fruit preserves

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Dundee United: Neil Forsyth

The creator of Dundonian legend Bob Servant shows a nifty turn of pace in The Battle of Tannadice Street / The Failure of My Olympic Dream

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Juninho: King of swaying hips © The Herald

Middlesbrough: 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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The G-men in action © The Herald

Tottenham Hotspur: James Kelman

A snapshot of the swashbuckling Spurs forwards, Gilzean and Greaves, the G-Men, after another devastating raid. In James Kelman's eyes, however, the two are not quite equal

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Manchester United: Rodge Glass

Funny, the things you remember. For Rodge Glass, the outstanding image of Manchester United's late, late show against Bayern Munich inside Camp Nou is his father's glasses going AWOL. A price worth paying

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Celtic: Paul Cuddihy, The Celtic View

It's a quiet day in the office of The Celtic View when Martin O'Neill, who has just stepped down as manager, comes in after clearing out his desk at Celtic Park. He sits down and gives those staff his going away present - two hours of special stories and insights from his legendary career

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

Scotland: 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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burghead thistle: welcome to hell

Gary Sutherland

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

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Cowdenbeath: Ian Rankin

Have you ever been to a game where there were more players than spectators? Ian Rankin recommends checking out Cowdenbeath reserves

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Jinky gets another round in © The Herald

Celtic: Des Dillon

A dilemma: what do you do with a pound note signed by Jimmy Johnstone when you're money's gone but the night is still young?

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Frank McDougall, the instigator of a great St Mirren comeback against Celtic © The Herald

St Mirren: Christopher Brookmyre

An infiltrator into the St Mirren support is met by pie-based resistance as Christopher Brookmyre witnesses a memorable comeback from his favourites

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