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heraldscotland
Robinson: This beats the Eurosbeen linked with the Scotland manager’s position – but reckons his friend won’t
heraldscotland / Posted 3 hours ago
been linked with the Scotland manager’s position – but reckons his friend won’t be in a rush to leave Northern Ireland. The Edinburgh-based 48-year-old is under contract until 2020 and earns more than Gordon Strachan did but could yet be targeted by... Read more
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EuroNews
How a London bar was named the World's top cocktail spotingredients and nuanced flavours. It takes inspiration from the Garden of Engl
EuroNews / Posted 4 hours ago
ingredients and nuanced flavours. It takes inspiration from the Garden of England, Art Deco London, Sherwood Forest and Edinburgh. “It was all about chefs, all about food and not much about bars,” says head bartender Erik Lorincz. “And I think... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland coach Townsend's Autumn Test options ever more limited by injuries and suspensionsprovide cover. Prop: At tighthead Glasgow’s Zander Fagerson may have moved ahe
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
provide cover. Prop: At tighthead Glasgow’s Zander Fagerson may have moved ahead of WP Nel as first choice, with Nel’s Edinburgh colleague Simon Berghan in support and at loosehead Edinbugh pair Ali Dickinson and Rory Sutherland are out... Read more
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heraldscotland
Swedish finance minister says independent Scotland welcome in EUcase I can't see why we would change our mind about decisions on new countries
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
case I can't see why we would change our mind about decisions on new countries entering the European Union." Bolund was in Edinburgh yesterday to deliver a speech at the Scottish Greens conference. He refused to say whether Scotland would be right... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scots family torn apart by civil war in Yemen beg UK Government to reunite themI think that’s what makes it harder now. I wish we had said a lot more to each
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
I think that’s what makes it harder now. I wish we had said a lot more to each other.” Alkali met her future husband in Edinburgh when he was a student at Napier and they married in 1988, eventually settling in Yemen. She said: “When I met him... Read more
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heraldscotland
Gael force: Some things can only be said in Gaelic, writes the creator of a new art book on of some of the language's quirkiest, most expressive wordsthe day I was born, he has spoken Gaelic to me, a gift I failed to appreciate a
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
the day I was born, he has spoken Gaelic to me, a gift I failed to appreciate at the age of five when I went to school in Edinburgh, where we lived, and started replying to him in English. But Dad persevered without a fuss until the time came, in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Claims that Dubai locals get Brits jailed for "sport" as Scot Jamie Harron goes on trialdidn’t help me. They just gave me a list of lawyers and were on their way.” St
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
didn’t help me. They just gave me a list of lawyers and were on their way.” Stirling also worked with Billy Barclay, from Edinburgh, who was recently released from prison in Dubai. “He told us that the [UK] embassy was advising the family against... Read more
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Daily Mail
How Edward VIII and wife tried to cheat wartime rationingthe best possible way in which to avoid similar difficulties in the future’. T
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
the best possible way in which to avoid similar difficulties in the future’. The princess, pictured here with the Duke of Edinburgh following their wedding, managed to stick to ration rules Princess Elizabeth, above, used clothing coupons to help... Read more
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heraldscotland
Edinburgh on top after 10-try hot streak melts Siberians’ resistancefact Jason Tovey, the only fit fly-half he has available, was taken off on a st
heraldscotland / Posted 5 hours ago
fact Jason Tovey, the only fit fly-half he has available, was taken off on a stretcher midway through the first half and Edinburgh have an important PRO14 match in Treviso coming up. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne and Blair Kinghorn, the first two Edinburgh... Read more
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Scottish Fitba
Hibs 2 Celtic 4end of a Griffiths corner and from a less than powerful drive the Easter Road k
Scottish Fitba / Posted 8 hours ago
end of a Griffiths corner and from a less than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Hungry Brits spend £1,000 a year on takeawaysChinese and Italian nosh. London is the takeaway capital of Britain with the a
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
Chinese and Italian nosh. London is the takeaway capital of Britain with the average monthly bill at £107 per person. Edinburgh comes second at £92, followed by Birmingham on £89, Leicester and Oxford – both on £87 – and Manchester on... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
An egg fit for a Queen: Royalist's£350,000 gift including 200 diamonds and 800 pearlsloyal and devoted service and tireless contribution to Britain and the Commonwe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 hours ago
loyal and devoted service and tireless contribution to Britain and the Commonwealth”. “Both the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have given people so much pleasure,” he said. “I thought something special should be made for them to thank them... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Connacht make it two wins from two in European Challenge Cuppenalty from Australian Jono Lance, who was making his first start for the club
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
penalty from Australian Jono Lance, who was making his first start for the club, secured a bonus point for the Warriors. Edinburgh took control of Pool Four with a comprehensive 73-14 rout of Krasny Yar in Moscow. Blair Kinghorn scored... Read more
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Scotsman
Krazny Yar 14 - 73 Edinburgh: Forward momentum pays offEdinburgh lit up a gloomy Moscow lunchtime as they demolished their Russian opp
Scotsman / Posted 10 hours ago
Edinburgh lit up a gloomy Moscow lunchtime as they demolished their Russian opponents, but it was a win overshadowed by two problems for Richard Cockerill, the head coach. The bigger one is the investigation that has seen flanker John Hardie,... Read more
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Scotsman
Five things we learned from Hibs 2 - 4 Celticlevel. Well, until Wednesday. *If the game was moved to Sunday it would mean H
Scotsman / Posted 10 hours ago
level. Well, until Wednesday. *If the game was moved to Sunday it would mean Hibs play two games in three games with the Edinburgh derby on Tuesday. Celtic are in Aberdeen on Wednesday. Both games have been chosen for TV. Be worried...Moussa’s... Read more
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Scotsman
Hearts 1 - 0 St Johnstone: Lafferty fires Hearts above Hibsinto the top six of the Ladbrokes Premiership, leapfrogging St Johnstone, and p
Scotsman / Posted 12 hours ago
into the top six of the Ladbrokes Premiership, leapfrogging St Johnstone, and provides perfect preparation for Tuesday’s Edinburgh derby against Hibernian. Lafferty was first to threaten, heading wide from a superb John Souttar corner in a rare... Read more
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Daily Record
Street sleep out to raise awareness of homelessnesstaking part in Rock Trust’s Sleep Out 2017, which involves sleeping out from 7p
Daily Record / Posted 12 hours ago
taking part in Rock Trust’s Sleep Out 2017, which involves sleeping out from 7pm to 7am on Friday, Novemeber 3, in Edinburgh, they aim to raise money and awareness about youth homelessness. The event cannot replicate the sense of danger,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Clydeview Academy launches art exhibitioncollection, took first place in this year’s Tesco Bank art competition and was
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
collection, took first place in this year’s Tesco Bank art competition and was put on display at the Modern One Gallery in Edinburgh ahead of going on tour until April. The title piece, ‘See Me’, was second in the junior category of the School Art... Read more
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BC Local News
All-female barbershop choir coming to St. Mary’s Churchsaid Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanie
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
said Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanied by friends and husbands. They met in Edinburgh and went around Scotland, Ireland, Wales (where director Julie Smith was born), and England to sing with other... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Gazette
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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14h
guardian-series
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
guardian-series / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Harrow Times
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Harrow Times / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Dembele and Lustig at the double as Celtic reach Betfred Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Celtic reach Betfred Cup final with 4-2 win over Hibs as unbeaten run hits 60talking point of a drab first half that saw a hapless defensive display from Hi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 hours ago
talking point of a drab first half that saw a hapless defensive display from Hibs badly exposed. However a revitalised Edinburgh side came roaring back in the second half first through an Anthony Stokes Penalty before Oliver Shaw cut the... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
All-female barbershop choir coming to St. Mary’s Churchsaid Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanie
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 14 hours ago
said Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanied by friends and husbands. They met in Edinburgh and went around Scotland, Ireland, Wales (where director Julie Smith was born), and England to sing with other... Read more
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Scotsman
Hibs 2 - 4 Celtic: 60 games unbeaten as Celtic reach finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Scotsman / Posted 15 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Irish Examiner
60 not out: Celtic hold off Hibs in six-goal thriller to reach League Cup finalthan powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. I
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 hours ago
than powerful drive the Easter Road keeper allowed the ball to get past him. It looked all over for the Leithers. The Edinburgh side, with Steven Whittaker and Martin Boyle on for Gray and Marvin Bartley for the start of the second-half, had... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Gourock inventor earns lucrative Homebase dealon the knee. Victoria’s business has secured support to help set up its manufa
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
on the knee. Victoria’s business has secured support to help set up its manufacture with local injection moulders in Edinburgh. Her company is in the process of finalising an investment deal which will allow it to sell internationally and... Read more
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Oak Bay News
All-female barbershop choir coming to St. Mary’s Churchsaid Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanie
Oak Bay News / Posted 15 hours ago
said Errington. The group did a two-week bus tour of the UK in June accompanied by friends and husbands. They met in Edinburgh and went around Scotland, Ireland, Wales (where director Julie Smith was born), and England to sing with other... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester Airport one of the most expensive car parks for picking up passengers- £4.90 for 60 minutes - £4.70 for 60 minutes - 20p 4. Manchester - £4 for 30
Manchester Evening News / Posted 15 hours ago
- £4.90 for 60 minutes - £4.70 for 60 minutes - 20p 4. Manchester - £4 for 30 minutes - £4 for 30 minutes - No change 5. Edinburgh - £3.90 for 15 minutes - £3.90 for 15 minutes - No change =6. London Gatwick - £3.80 for 30 minutes - £3.50 for 30... Read more
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News.com.au
The best food destinations outside Sydneylamb shanks, a slow-cooked lamb shoulder and an 800g T-bone steak with chimichu
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
lamb shanks, a slow-cooked lamb shoulder and an 800g T-bone steak with chimichurri and a red wine merchant butter. 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra Three hours drive from Sydney A hotel that served great food or a top restaurant with bonus... Read more
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heraldscotland
Greens call for 'more progressive approach' to tax before backing budget planHe spoke out as he addressed his party's Scottish conference in Edinburgh, tell
heraldscotland / Posted 15 hours ago
He spoke out as he addressed his party's Scottish conference in Edinburgh, telling activists there that they had been instrumental in bringing about changes in Scottish politics on issues ranging from fracking to smacking - with the Scottish... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Indiana HS football scores15 Sectional 46 Hagerstown 40, N. Decatur 12 Tri 60, Oldenburg 14 Indpls Lu
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 16 hours ago
15 Sectional 46 Hagerstown 40, N. Decatur 12 Tri 60, Oldenburg 14 Indpls Lutheran 54, Cambridge City 16 S. Decatur 57, Edinburgh 34 Sectional 47 Attica 22, N. Vermillion 16 Rockville 38, Turkey Run 8 Fountain Central 54, Covington... Read more
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express
Sean Hughes obituary - 1965 - 2017: A prodigy committed to comedyon the dole or playing the Comedy Store, which he hated. By the time he was bo
express / Posted 16 hours ago
on the dole or playing the Comedy Store, which he hated. By the time he was booked to appear in a one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1990 he was on the verge of giving up comedy for good. But everything changed with A One Night Stand... Read more
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Daily Record
Hairdresser HIV trial officers 'removed' over claims they were snoring in courtfrom the trial and an official apology has been made to the judge. The officer
Daily Record / Posted 16 hours ago
from the trial and an official apology has been made to the judge. The officers were accompanying Rowe, originally from Edinburgh but now of no fixed address, who is accused of tampering with condoms while having sex with men in Brighton between... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norfolk Arts Awards celebrate our county’s cultural championsby Norfolk Music Hub: KlangHaus, a part art installation part gig by The Neutri
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 18 hours ago
by Norfolk Music Hub: KlangHaus, a part art installation part gig by The Neutrinos and Sal Pittman, has wowed crowds in Edinburgh and London and at home in Norwich. The 2017 Norfolk Arts Awards at Norwich Cathedral's Hostry. Photo: Simon Finlay... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Your son. He’s dead.’ Storm Ophelia’s real damagewas the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, ha
The Irish Times / Posted 19 hours ago
was the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, had died 17 years earlier in an accident in Edinburgh. Fintan Goss had one daughter, Laragh, and his wife, Pamela, had recently given birth to a baby boy, Henry. The... Read more
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Scotsman
Tories claim Patrick Harvie’s Green tail is wagging the SNP dogwill pledge to keep challenging the “middle ground agenda”. But ahead of his s
Scotsman / Posted 19 hours ago
will pledge to keep challenging the “middle ground agenda”. But ahead of his speech to delegates at Napier University, Edinburgh, the Scottish Conservatives criticised the influence held by the Greens over the SNP. The Tories claimed recent... Read more
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Scotsman
Fringe firm seeks rethink on venue ban after lossesthey were taken to the brink of financial ruin after being turfed out of a New
Scotsman / Posted 19 hours ago
they were taken to the brink of financial ruin after being turfed out of a New Town square for the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh’s festivals this summer. The owners of St Andrew Square have been urged to rethink a controversial ban on venues... Read more
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Daily Record
Wee willy flasher told 'I've seen bigger things on a cocktail stick!'he flashed at two women walking their dogs, a woman out jogging and a group of
Daily Record / Posted 19 hours ago
he flashed at two women walking their dogs, a woman out jogging and a group of teenage schoolgirls on a hike for a Duke of Edinburgh Award. A dog barked at him as he tried to stroke it and he tried to engage the owner in conversation before... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Your son. He’s dead.’ Storm Ophelia’s irreparable damagewas the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, ha
The Irish Times / Posted 20 hours ago
was the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, had died 17 years earlier in an accident in Edinburgh. Fintan Goss had one daughter, Laragh, and his wife, Pamela, had recently given birth to a baby boy, Henry. The... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Your son. He’s dead.’ The damage of Storm Opheliawas the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, ha
The Irish Times / Posted 21 hours ago
was the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, had died 17 years earlier in an accident in Edinburgh. Fintan Goss had one daughter, Laragh, and his wife, Pamela, had recently given birth to a baby boy, Henry. The... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Your son. He’s dead.’ The irreparable damage of Storm Opheliawas the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, ha
The Irish Times / Posted 23 hours ago
was the second tragic death to be visited on the family. His brother, Ronan, had died 17 years earlier in an accident in Edinburgh. Fintan Goss had one daughter, Laragh, and his wife, Pamela, had recently given birth to a baby boy, Henry. The... Read more
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Scotsman
Allan Massie: Thrills and possible spills in prospectEveryone knows how important it is to make a good start in European Cup competi
Scotsman / Posted 23 hours ago
Everyone knows how important it is to make a good start in European Cup competitions. Edinburgh managed that last week; Glasgow didn’t. Edinburgh have recently been a better cup side than league one. I suppose their comfortable win over London Irish... Read more
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Scotsman
Richard Cockerill – Edinburgh win is there for the takingEdinburgh coach Richard Cockerill’s appraisal of this morning’s meeting with Kr
Scotsman / Posted 23 hours ago
Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill’s appraisal of this morning’s meeting with Krasny Yar in Moscow is pretty clear – if his side are on their game they should have no problems but if they aren’t they could come a cropper. Cockerill has rapidly... Read more
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Scotsman
Craig Paterson interview: Dad came to one game - to see George Bestfrom Hibs to Rangers. Toward the end is a reference to Jock’s sons. “John Juni
Scotsman / Posted 23 hours ago
from Hibs to Rangers. Toward the end is a reference to Jock’s sons. “John Junior works for a large furniture store in Edinburgh,” informs the article. “His other son works in Glasgow.” The catty remark was lost on Paterson’s own father, since... Read more
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