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  1. Bonnyrigg Rose 2017-18

    Dreadful decision. Match should be played in Midlothian - why not at Dalkeith’s ground? Also, Broxburn’s pitch not fitting for a cup final match to be played at!
  2. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Final match of the season saw Musselburgh at Arniston. The reverse fixture was league match 4, with Musselburgh winning 1-0; Stephen MacDonald the scorer on that day. Two changes from Wednesday’s match saw Brad Donaldson and Chris Gray replace Matty Lynch and Michael Moffat. Michael, for the day was Calvin Shand’ s assistant in the dugout area. Match kicked off at 14:29 and Arniston were 1-0 up in less than 30 seconds. Jed Davie lost the ball, and Dylan Weldon put ball into the net. Mathu King had chance to equalise on five minutes but his effort was saved by the keeper. Not a lot of good play in the first 15 minutes, maybe due to Musselburgh thinking too much about the points record should they win the match. Lots of shouting by team mates that they were not playing good enough. On 17 minutes, on the left wing, Sean (Skip) Murphy and Bradley Whyte linked up, then Skip passed the ball towards centre of pitch. Jono McManus found Mathu, who layed it up for Jackie Myles. His shot was parried out, with Mathu first to ball, and put it passed keeper and into net. 1-1. Referee blew for a free kick on 22 minutes, when Chris Gray was adjudged to have brought down an Arniston player. The no.4 hit the bar, and then another shot also came off the bar, then cleared. Musselburgh also hit the woodwork, on 27 minutes, when StephenMacdonald’s shot hit the post and then cleared for a corner. Two goals in two minutes saw Musselburgh take control of the match. On 29 minutes, Jackie passed ball to Stephen who ran to the edge of the box, where he squared the ball to Mathu, who blasted the ball high into the net. A couple of minutes later, Burgh were awarded a free kick on the left hand side of the pitch, just outside the box. Brad Donaldson’s shot saw the keeper get a hand to the ball, but it came off the post and over the line. Brad’s goal ensured that all the outfield players in the Musselburgh team had scored this season, including Ally Adams, who came on as sub on Wednesday. Only Asher Tufail hadn’t scored, so if a penalty was awarded, a decision would have to be made... So half time saw Musselburgh lead 3-1. Second half kicked off at 15:27. Within a minute, it could have been 3-2. The Arniston right winger ran down the right wing. Asher got a touch to his cross, but Chris Gray managed to clear the ball from an incoming attacker. First booking of match came in 49 minutes when ref thought that a lung by Brad to get the ball, bringing down the centre forward merited a yellow card. Chris Gray played less than 20 mins of second half before he came off, with Conor Thomson on. An ice pack was required for his knacked leg! On 50 minutes, from a poor kick out by keeper, Bradley got to ball first, ran up the right wing and passed to Jackie, whose shot went straight to the keeper. Then with 15 minutes to go, Stephen got ball and passed to Jed. His punt up the park seemed to be going nowhere. As defender passed ball to keeper, he had enough time to clear ball away. However, in a moment of madness, the keeper tried to chip the ball over Stephen, but it just bounced off and Stephen’s shot made it 4-1. Musselburgh now were in total control of the match. With six minutes to go, ball was deep into the Burgh half. Brad played a long cross pitch pass to Jackie, who then passed to Stephen. He played ball through to Skip, who beat two defenders and his shot beat the diving keeper and score was now 5-1. With last kick of the ball, Dylan Weldon scored again. Final score; 5-2 to Musselburgh. So, season ended with a raft of bests for Musselburgh and particularly Mathu King. Musselburgh lost one match in the league, ironically to bottom team Kirriemuir. Musselburgh got 43 points out of 45 at home. With an away points total of 36, Musselburgh’s total points of 79, is the highest since league construction on 2013-14, with 16 league teams. Musselburgh are the highest scorers and conceded the least amount of goals in the premier league this year. A great season for Musselburgh. For Mathu King, he just keeps on playing at a high level and a credit to Musselburgh and Junior football alike. Against Thornton Hibs, his 286 match, broke Musselburgh’s previous best for most appearances for the club. After yesterday, his tally has risen to 290. On Wednesday’s match at Whitburn, Matti got his 150 goal for Musselburgh. After yesterday, his tally has risen to 152 goals. To mark the occasion of 150 goals, Matti was presented with a Framed stats page, including details all the teams he has scored against, how many goals he has scored each season and per calendar year. At last night’s awards session; Gary Cherrie was awarded (I) Supporters player of the year; (II) Supporters club player of the year - based on man of match awards throughout the year; and (III) Players player of the year. Full sweep of the awards so a great achievement of Gary. It was all the better, as during the early part of the season, Gary was either subbed, or was on the subs bench for a number of matches. However, particularly in the 2nd half of the season, he has excelled with his performances and must have been one of the first picks of the team. Mathu King received an award for the most goals scored, rounding off a great season for our captain.
  3. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Musselburgh Athletic had its Player of the Year awards last night. Players player of the year award - Gary Cherrie Supporters Player AND 1934 Club collective player of the year (based on player of match awards) - Gary Cherrie Top Goalscorer - Mathu King Congratulations to both
  4. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    League match 29 saw Musselburgh travel through to play Whitburn. The usual away contingent of fans were there to support their team, which saw one change from the team which played Fauldhouse on Saturday. Matty Lynch came in for Brad Donaldson. Reverse fixture was a 3-1 win for Musselburgh. Tried to get the Whitburn names but unfortunately no joy. Match kicked off at 7.17pm, and Musselburgh had two corners in first two minutes, but nothing came out of these. First goal should have been in 12 minutes when Jono McManus brought down the centre forward and penalty awarded. Kick from no. 10 was saved by Asher Tufail. First goal came in 25 minutes. Burgh had possession up the right wing, but lost the ball. No. 10 collects and his shot is saved by Asher, who pushes the ball to his right hand side. Michael Moffat was about to get ball when he slipped and the left winger Tomaszewski (Whitburn website) turned and his shot hit the net. 1-0 to home side. Equiliser came in 32 minutes. Bradley White, who was offside, ran towards the Whitburn goals. His shot from the edge of the box hit the post but went in, much to the dismay of the Whitburn fans. Thing was, that Mathu King had four offside decisions against him, three which were border line, yet Bradley was offside and he was allowed to play on. Who would be a ref. Half time 1-1. Whitburn brought on two subs ( 14 & 16). Mathu could have had goal in 1st couple of minutes but his shot was saved by keeper. However, it wasn’t long before he did score, putting Mathu on the 150 mark for Musselburgh. On 52 minutes, ball was played into the box and Sean ( Skip) Murphy played a great wee pass to Mathu, who scored. On 5I minutes, Skip and Jed Davie were subbed, with Ewan Ralton and Conor Thomson on. Then on 51 minutes , Stephen McDonald got ball on left hand side of the box. He beat two players before guiding the box into the far side net and it was 3-1 to Musselburgh. Four minutes after, Gary Cherrie gave away a foul outside the ‘D’ of the Musselburgh goal area. No. 6 shot just went over bar. The centre forward then was subbed with no. 18 coming on. Matty Lynch brought down no. 10, in the 67 minute. The free kick was taken by the left winger which was saved by Asher. On 70 minutes, Michael Moffat went down injured. His old legs were telling him that was enough for the night, and Michael came off. A couple of minutes later, there was amusement within the Burgh support as Ally Adams pulled on the no. 9 shirt and came on as the no.1 forward!! With 15 minutes left, Whitburn were on the attack, with Asher having to make a couple of saves and a couple of corners, which both came to nothing. On 82 minutes, Ally got ball in the middle of the Whitburn half and his shot comes off a defender. Mathu then gets ball and tries to chip an outcoming goalkeeper, who just collects ball. The fourth goal came with six minutes to go and who else was going to score?! Conor and Mathu play a 1 - 2 on the left hand side of the Whitburn goal area. The cross came in and Ally beat a defender in the six yard box and found the net. 4-1 to Burgh and a huge cheer from the fans, a fireman’s life by Mathu and a cheesy grin from Ally. So with one match to go. Musselburgh now on 76 points from 29 matches. Only 11 points dropped in the whole season, Enjoyment of the result negated by the news that this was Calvin Shand’s second last match as manager.
  5. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    At times like this, I hate being a poster on Pie and Bovril. When a question is 'leading' or contentious' , then at times, if I have got nothing good to say.... I just don't reply. There are also times; as a supporter and not a committee member, that I genuinely don't know the answer. However, on this occasion, the management team have gone onto twitter and confirmed they have left or will leave come season end. Reasons - I can't give you that. Even if I could, it is not my place to do so. Personally - I am lost of words (excuse the ton of writing below) - just stop reading if you have had enough!! Calvin and Kevin have absolutely been superb this season, Musselburgh will be a poorer place without them next season. It has been great to have been a supporter home and away. Performances, on the whole have been good. Players seem to be enjoying themselves, are committed, played as a team should be. Whilst it is players who perform week after week, a huge factor this season has been the management team - Very little shouting - loads of encouragement, advice and talking to players all through the game. Management team and players have all been receptive to the supporters, and if you talked to any of them, they stopped, listened and spoke to you. It felt good being a supporter this year. Musselburgh had a great season. Now we have won the league, I can say that we have, by far, been the best and most consistent team throughout the season! A guy last night at the Whitburn match claimed we were so lucky with dubious decisions; and that is the only reason we were at the top of the league. That is just crap!! One of our players scored, I think, our second goal, and probably most supporters who were standing around the half way line saw that he was offside. The ref didn't think so. Genuinely - how many other teams has that happened to, and how many teams would also score, and then go back to the ref and say, it didn't count as I was offside?! Unfortunately, that is one of the issues not playing in the top league - the ref is the only official there and it is hard for him to keep up with play all the time and always make the correct decision!! Anyway - we won the league cause the players bought into what the management team were telling and training them to do. The players were collectively great this year and played with a lot of pride. The joy of two weeks ago when we won the Premier League trophy, will live with me for a long long time. But at this moment, it feels comparable to the way I felt when we got relegated up at Jeanfield last season.
  6. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    There were certainly a bigger crowd the previous week at Dalkeith when Burgh won the league than at Fauldhouse. Not sure what you mean about a bigger crowd than usual? Having been at all the away grounds this season, there were more supporters at Musselburgh and Tranent than elsewhere.
  7. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Unfortunately not. There was a problem with the charger for the battery / recorder, which wasn’t noticed until just before kick-off, so match couldn’t be filmed.
  8. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Second last match of a hugely enjoyable and satisfying season for Musselburgh. Tomorrow night, we travel to Whitburn, kick off at 7.15pm. Hopefully we can continue our fine form with another win. MTB!
  9. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Really sorry that Kevin McDonald is leaving the club, Had a great partnership, supporting Calvin, with Musselburgh winning this year’s Premier League. Both are full of encouragement of their team, which paid dividends, with 23 wins out of 28 league matches so far this season. I am sure Geordie will go on to do bigger and better things in the future! All best!
  10. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    To be honest I don't have a clue and not being disrespectful but don't care as my aim since day one has been 1 of the 2 automatic promotion places. I agree Jon. That scenario will take care of itself after season end. Think most, if not all clubs concentrated on this year as Super League is where all teams should strive to be a part of! Musselburgh have achieved that aim and now between Fauldhouse and Haddington for 2nd place.
  11. Fauldhouse United 2017/18

    Saw him limping in the 2nd half. Hope he gets the rest/treatment required and is able to make a return early next season. All best to the Hoose tomorrow night!
  12. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    League match 28 was 1st against 2nd with Musselburgh against Fauldhouse. This was Musselburgh’s last home league match, with the final two games being played away from Olivebank. A hot sunny afternoon, saw Musselburgh run onto the pitch through a guard of honour, of players and official. A great gesture by Fauldhouse and appreciated by the home team and supporters alike! One change from last week’s starting line up saw Bradley Whyte in for Matty Lynch. Match kicked off at 14:30. A great start for Musselburgh, Who took the lead after three minutes. From inside the Fauldhouse half, Sean (Skip) Murphy passed to Michael Moffat on the right wing. His cross was met by Mathu King who headed the ball into the left hand side of the goals. 1-0 to Burgh. Four minutes later, Gary Cherrie had a chance to make it 2-0 but his shot went wide of the post. Lots of Musselburgh possession ensued and they were well on top in the early stages of the match. On nine minutes, Jed Davie played a great cross pitch ball to Michael on the right side of the pitch. His pass to the far side post saw Mathu and Bradley Whyte chase the same ball. Bradley’s shot missed, with what seemed a sitter. Mathu was non too happy with his team mate! With 12 minutes gone, Brad Donaldson played the ball to Jed who, in turn passed to Mathu. He back heeled the ball into the centre of the goal area, which went by Stephen MacDonald. Michael, however, got to the ball and his shot was cleared off the line by the left back Stewart. Skip was fouled on 17 minutes and this lead to a corner. The keeper, Hutchison took charge of the danger and his kick out to the left wing produced a great piece of skill from Gribben, whose control of high ball to his feet was magnificent! Jono McManus tackled to put ball out for a throw in. Five minutes after and the Hoose were awarded a free kick. The ball was played to O’Donnell, who headed towards the centre forward, Currie. Ally Adams shouted that it was his ball, but then didn’t move for it. Currie aimed his shot to the left of Ally; 1-1. On 25 minutes, came the moment the1934 Club supporters and the now ‘older’ remaining young team had been waiting on! Ball was played out of defence. Bradley got the ball and ran towards to Fauldhouse area. His shot found the net and jubilation at the ‘hill’ end of the shed seemed endless! Bradley’s first goal for Musselburgh, hopefully many more to come! 2-1 to Musselburgh. On 26 minutes, Stephen passed the ball to Michael, (who did more steps in that time, than I do on an average day). His shot just went past the keeper’s right post. Musselburgh were so much in control of the match by this time with the Fauldhouse defence on both sides of the park being tormented; attack after attack. So, on 31 minutes, Fauldhouse made the first substitution of the match. MacLeod replaced Arrol, who straight away made his way to the dressing room. With 33 minutes played, Stephen dispossessed a Fauldhouse player. With Mathu offside, he let Stephen go by him and up the park. Stephen is normally a fast runner with the ball, but not this time as he lost the ball just as he got to the Fauldhouse penalty area. The Hoose had two forward plays in quick succession, neither of which were successful. The next goal came in 40 minutes, from a free kick to Musselburgh on the left wing. Brad D took it and ball fell to Stephen in the six yard box. He slotted ball into the net for a 3-1 lead to Musselburgh. A few final flourishes for Fauldhouse produced nothing and the half time whistle blew with Musselburgh going in 3-1 up. Second half started at 15:28 with the second Fauldhouse sub coming on. James Brown replaced Lawrie and it showed how much The Hoose management team wanted to claw themselves back into the match, as Brown was still carrying an injury. From the kick off, Musselburgh were on the attack with Mathu down the right wing. He tried to cross the ball to Bradley on the other side of the pitch. However, the ball bounced off the top of the bar and out for a by-kick. Just like the first half, a goal was scored after three minutes. Fauldhouse won a corner, taken by MacLeod. It was cleared by Michael, only as far as O’Donnell, whose shot crashed into the top of the net. Great start to the second half to The Hoose, and score now 3-2. Another forward move on 53 minutes saw Patrick with a shot from the edge of the box, but it went wide. A couple of minutes later and another chance for the away team. Ball played into the Musselburgh box and though Jed was closest to the ball, Patrick got there first but his header went wide. On 57 minutes, there were shouts for a penalty when the ball blasted off Jono. Ref played on and the danger was cleared. There was a big change in the match. Fauldhouse must have listened to the Fauldhouse management team at half time, as they were on the up, and Musselburgh, had difficulty keeping hold of the ball. All the confidence of the first half was slipping away. However, Musselburgh are not at the top because they are lucky! On 65 minutes Stephen collected the ball on the left wing. He went past Nolan, who almost brought the forward down with his tackle. Stephen passed to Mathu and he slotted the ball into the net - a goal definitely required by the home side. Shortly after, Hoose’s final substitution, with Gribben off; replaced by Magee. On 74 minutes, near calamity just about ended in a third goal for Fauldhouse. Ball went towards the goal area. Ally shouted the ball was his - but it wasn’t! Magee got the ball and chipped Ally, with the ball agonisingly, for the Hoose, just passing the post. Just how important this could have been came a couple of minutes later. Mathu had the ball on the left and flicked it to Bradley W, who found Stephen. He should have made it 5-2, but Hutchison saved the shot. That was to be Bradley’s last kick of ball as he was replaced by Conor Thomson. At that point, the match was held up for around five minutes. Hutchison kicked the ball out, as he was aware of an unwell supporter at the slope side of the pitch. Medics were called. When the fan seemed a bit better (?) play continued. On 82 minutes, ball came to Skip in the middle of the Fauldhouse half. He had a choice of passing to Stephen on left wing, or playing through the middle to Mathu. Skip chose the latter. Mathu won a chase to the ball and scored with the ball ending up in the corner of the net. 5-2 to Musselburgh. In 84 minutes, ball came to Conor who ran to the edge of the box and his shot brought an outstanding save from Hutchison and out for a corner. A couple of minutes later, there was a halt to proceedings. The ref appeared to have a change of mind and a free kick was awarded to Musselburgh, midway in the opposition half. Mathu’s quick kick found Conor on the right wing, but he was taken out by Stewart, who got the first yellow card of the match. Into injury time and Mathu got his fourth goal of the match after receiving a pass from his co-forward Stephen MacDonald. So, result was 6-2 to Musselburgh; the same score as occurred in the first league match back in August 17, when Taport were the visitors to Olivebank. Musselburgh’s home league record was 14 wins and a draw in their 15 league matches; an incredible 43 points out of 45! Next league match for Musselburgh is on Wednesday, away to Whitburn. Fauldhouse, on the other hand, take a break of league action, with a Fife and Lothian quarter final tie away to Bonnyrigg on Monday night. Musselburgh wish Fauldhouse all the best in that match!
  13. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    That is outstanding JC - Thank you very much for this gesture!
  14. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    League match 27 was a home game for Musselburgh against Dalkeith. The reverse fixture, exactly nine months ago, saw Musselburgh win 3-1 to make it three straight wins at the start of the season. If Musselburgh won that would be 22 wins out of 27 league matches and also the Premier League title. Having been sent off last week, Chris Gray was the only change to that match, with Jono McManus resuming his position in the back four! If memory serves me correctly, this was the first time that Musselburgh lost the coin toss at home, so were shooting towards the clubhouse in the first half. Match kicked off at 14:31. With 8 minutes on the clock, Jono was spoken to by the ref as he body checked a Dalkeith player. Paul Tansey took the free kick, and in turn ball was headed into the box, but Jono cleared it away. In 10 minutes, Stephen MacDonald played a great ball into the path of Sean (Skip) Murphy. Skip ran to the by-line and crossed ball into the centre of the six yard box. Michael Moffat was first to the ball, but his shot went out for a by-kick. Four minutes later, Tansey lost possession of the ball. Skip passed to Mathu King, who then played to Michael. His shot trundled towards the line, and instead of leaving the ball for Michael to run onto and probably score, Mathu back heeled the ball towards the goal, but was ruled offside. The match seemed to be played as an end of season fixture as neither keeper had much to do at this point. Could have changed in 25 minutes when McGlashan blasted an effort from 30 yards out. The shot came crashing off the bar, so very unlucky for Dalkeith. On 28 minutes, good play on the left wing between Stephen and Jed Davie, resulted in a corner, which Jed took. Easton punched ball off the line. Dalkeith then played the ball up the park with Tansey shooting from outside the box, but this was saved by Ally Adams. A minute later, Stephen took a long throw in to the box. Mathu went to ground claiming a penalty, but the ref wasn’t interested! Musselburgh were awarded a corner on 31 minutes which was taken by Gary Cherrie. Ball fell to Mathu who tried to curle a shot into the top right of the net, but was too high and went over. A minute later, Gary played a great cross ball from one side of the pitch to the other. Skip received the ball and squared it to Michael. His shot was easily saved by Easton. Musselburgh had a couple of other chances in the next five minutes but no goals came of these. With 4 minutes to go till half time, the Dalkeith captain, McGlashan took a heavy knock, and played no further part in the match. He was replaced just before half time by a Trialist. Score at the break was 0-0. Maybe the reality of winning the league title was beginning to affect Musselburgh’s performance, which was quite life-less. Second half started at 15:32. Four minutes later, Tansey and Laing linked up well, and the ball was played to Caddow, whose shot went just wide of the post. On 54 minutes, Easton made a great save from a Jackie Myles shot. Following this, Mathu had the ball on the right wing, squared it back to Skip who actually missed the ball, which ran towards Jackie. His shot from outside the box seemed goal bound until Easton made the save! Two minutes later, Easton wasn’t so fortunate. In the middle of the Dalkeith half, Gary dispossessed Tansey of the ball. He turned and played to Stephen, who then passed to Skip. The ball returned to Gary who played a good 1 - 2 with Mathu. From inside the box, Gary shot past Easton’s left hand side and into the net. 1-0 to Musselburgh. The players all jumped on Gary, who surprisingly emerged unscathed following 112 stone lying on him! The Burgh supporters seemed to be relieved and the atmosphere took a turn for the better! An hour into the match and a corner to Dalkeith. Wales took the kick and a shot on target from Caddow was kicked off the line by Matty Lynch. Two minutes later and the centre half, Hall, was spoken to by the ref for a foul on Jed. Brad Donaldson took the free kick which was saved by the keeper. Dalkeith’s next substitution was McMillon going off; replaced by Buckley. This was followed on the 70 minute mark with Musselburgh’s Bradley Whyte coming on for Jackie. This was Jackie’s 200th appearance for Musselburgh. An absolutely brilliant player, who has just come back from a lengthy injury lay-off and you can see the old magic of his former play coming back! Into the last 20 minutes and a ball from Jed found Michael on the right wing . Ball was played to Skip, in the centre of the park. Skip hit an opportune shot from 25 yards and the ball came off the top of the cross bar. A couple of minutes later, Tansey was booked for a foul. The final substitution of the match saw Wales go off for Dalkeith with the second trialist coming on. With four minutes of normal play left, the first trialist (no. 12), had a shot, but it went straight to Ally. Ball was then played up the park, with Skip collecting the ball, passing to Michael whose shot slowly went towards the goal for Musselburgh’s second. Mathu wanted to make sure, but as he kicked the ball into the net, the ref blew from offside. Into the final minute, Musselburgh were awarded three throw-ins in a row. Ball then went out for a corner, on the right side of the pitch. Gary took it and eventually the came over to the left hand side. Skip passed to Brad D, who played back to Bradley W. He played a 1 - 2 with Skip. Bradley then ran to the by-line and crossed the ball in. Mathu back headered the ball which bounced off of Michael’s head and into the net for a 2-0 lead. A minute into injury time and Dalkeith were awarded a corner kick, which Tansey took. Ally punched the ball out and it was met by the no.12, whose shot was saved by Ally. Ally then launched a kick up the park. It took a bounce and then headed towards the goals, which Easton had to put out for a corner. Gary Cherrie took the kick, and Jono rose to header the ball into the net. 3-0 and that was it. At times in the match it was a struggle to watch, but Musselburgh showed their worth by keeping plugging away until the goals came. Celebrations began! After all the hand shakes and hugs, the Burgh players, subs bench and coaches let out a great big cheer as the league title belonged to Musselburgh! The players went off to further cheers and applause from the supporters within the ground and applauded by Dalkeith officials as well. Onto the park came a table, the league winners medals and most importantly the Premier League Trophy. The players returned to the pitch, with a change of top, with lettering confirming they were Premier League winners for 2017 - 18. Probably the best bit was that the children of the players and management team all had on replica teashirts, confirming that their daddy was a champion! The kids also had medals on, which was a lovely touch from Musselburgh Atheltic! Players and management team all then went up and were presented with their winner medals by a SJFA official, before Mathu King, the captain, picked up the trophy and then did a wee dance. What a player Mathu is, but John Travolta he ain’t. Plenty of pictures followed, with everyone wanting to hold the trophy and it just felt like a great happy event with the sun shining down on the best team in the league - by far! For players, supporters, former players who returned to see their former teammates and friends win the title, it was the end of a great day. The night would be taken care of with more celebrations, and then the management team trying to get order back next week, as 2nd place Fauldhouse are visitors to Olivebank. Still three matches to play but there are still aims to be achieved. Seeing the joy on the players faces; this is without the best day I have had watching my team - Musselburgh Athletic!
  15. Musselburgh Athletic 2017/18

    Your manager thinks so, so that should be all that matters!