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  1. The Tartan Army Sunshine appeal are delighted to announce details of our 2020 Burns Supper. After the success of this years one at Hampden, we feel we have kept that same high quality for next year, with your MC for the night Hamish Husband again, with poetry (Burns with a football twist) from Thomas Clark (who this years Poet, Stephen Watt, says is the best around!), Music from Glasgow’s own Andy McBride (giving us some Dylan’esque tunes... check out his excellent album “Shipyard Soul”) and then dance the night away to the Science Ceilidh Band. Science Ceilidh Band >>>> Andy McBride >>>> Thomas Clark (Poet) >>>> Full details below, | 2020 Burns Night Tickets (Sat 25th Jan 2020) We are pleased to tell everyone that the tickets for our 2020 extravaganza are now on sale Tickets are £35 per person, or contact us for tables of 10 for £300 Venue Edinburgh Marriott Hotel (19.00 for 19.30 and running on till 01.00) The Night Welcome glass of Fizz, 3 course meal, words of the Bard, Live Music and a wee gift from us! During the night we'll be having a raffle where a top prize is the signed Liverpool shirt that was donated to us by none other that the Scotland Captain, Andrew Robertson If you're coming along, we've got a discounted event rate to stay at the hotel, which we'll send to the ticket buyer's PayPal address http://tartanarmysunshineappeal.moonfruit.com/shop/4590985127/2020-tartan-army-sunshine-appeal-burns-night/11319195 Unlike this year, there will be no consideration of moving venue should demand outstrip supply, so get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.
  2. THE EVENT An evening with Colin ‘Braveheart’ Hendry, who’ll give his take on the national team from the time of his debut, going through ‘Football Coming Home’ (phew – it was close!) and taking us into the ‘Carnaval de Paris’, all complimented with some tunes from a ‘young and upcoming DJ’ Guests will have the chance to put their questions to Colin, along with the opportunity to take part in the raffle, to win some outstanding items on the evening Where Classic Grand 18 Jamaica Street, Glasgow G1 4QD Time 19:15 (for 19:45 start), with the chat until 22:00 and continuing beyond that with the tunes! We understand that this is the same day as TRSNMT Festival, but Colin will be finsihed by 22:00, and the event location is within easy access of Glasgow Central and Queens Street, with trains across the central belt running up to 23:30. Objects of The Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal The objects of the association shall be to promote the welfare of children in need in the countries we visit to watch Scotland’s national football team play, in such ways as are charitable in law. All monies raised via the sale of these items (excluding PayPal fees) are used by The Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal to donate wherever Scotland are playing an away game, with no costs being used by the Steering Group to run the charity. Cost £20.00 – which include a ‘pie and a pint’ VIP EXPERIENCE (very limited availability) £25.00 VIP Experience also gives you the chance to chat with Colin, have a picture taken with him and if you bring an item with you, be signed by him - to be fair to others in attendance, signed items limited to ONE per ticket purchased IMPORTANT INFORMATION No under 18's due to licensing laws No refunds unless the event is cancelled No physical tickets will be issued – we will use your PayPal receipt as proof of purchase
  3. Hi guys we have a new issue out of ‘Famous Tartan Army Magazine’ you can view it FREE here: www.tartanarmymagazine.com Features: Ted Christopher Interview, Tartan Army Children’s Charity, Shelley Kerr in her own words, fan comments on the booing off SFA and Alex McLeish in San Marino, Tartan Army pics , Chick Young and as they say lots lots more. ps always looking for contributors enjoy
  4. A list of Scottish Players leaving Scottish football to ply their trade outside of Scotland. There has been three confirmed transfers thus far, all of them moving to England, I'm sure there will be many more... Transfers Billy Gilmour – Rangers (Scottish Premiership) to Chelsea (English Premiership) £502,000 Theo Archibald – Celtic (Scottish Premiership) to Brentford (English Championship) Free Transfer Peter Pawlett – Aberdeen (Scottish Premiership) to Milton Keynes Dons (English League One) Free Transfer
  5. Usually I want to take action about things but wondered what people might think of this. I can appreciate youth football might sometimes not bring debate. I was doing some research. 10 years ago in 2006, we reached the European Championship finals at Under 19's level. This was our best performance since 1982. We lost to Spain 2-1. En route to this final in qualifying we drew with France 1-1 and Portugal 2-2. Three of those countries were finalists in this year's European Championships. This was the team that started in the final: McNeil, Cave-Brown, Wallace, Cuthbert, Grant, Ferry, Conroy (Gilmour 78), Cameron (Dorrans 74) Adams, Elliot, McGlinchey. Out of the entire squad, only Wallace and Dorrans have become Scotland players but in the squad. Two players missing from the final in Snodgrass and S.Fletcher are first picks. Garry Kenneth won 2 caps and Fox and Reynolds have been called into squads 6 of the players in the squad were part of a Celtic U19 team that won the Youth Cup and League. These were Grant, Conroy, McGlinchey, Cuthbert, Ferry and Fox. Only McGlinchey became a full international but for New Zealand! Shortly after this tournament, with the next Under 19 age group, we beat Bosnia 6-0 and Germany 1-0 who had Mezut Ozil in their team. A Germany who were already building their youth development structure that included Ozil in their team. What this goes to show is the big problem happens between 19-22. Undoubtedly some players will become late bloomers and people have to be dedicated. However this is the pattern that I feel needs to be identified if we are to have any chances of going further forward, My thinking believes it is because we focus on competitive attributes and winning matches than developing individual technique by the time it comes to adulthood we don't have as much of a technique as other nations. The problem I feel extends to other sports but mainly in society and in education because this age range (19-22) is also when players stop playing football and even sport because education ends and thus opportunities to play don't come forward. Thus also because the elite were selected and lesser players ignored, those players tend to drift out of the game and the ones who were selected therefore are not selected for the national team due to the way the manager wants to play (a long ball back to the wall job) and the way Scottish Football is structured. I feel taking aspects from other athletes are one way forward.
  6. Link BBC Great stuff, hopefully get an easier pot for the next draw should we keep improving! in other home nations England - 14th Wales - 22nd NI - 42nd Other nations of interest ROI - 62nd Poland - 35th Germany - 1st Georgia - 138th Gibraltar - No Ranking
  7. Hi everybody, Anyone know a pub in Singapore that'll show the match? i assume boat quay is a good bet but overseas it always depends upon whether any more popular teams are playing at the same time. Any spexific pub that favours/is faviured by Scotland fans? Any tartan army gatherings in Singapore?
  8. Hi guys, Just wanted to let you know that my book of prank letters to football clubs is now available at http://www.eatthebreed.bigcartel.com priced £6.99, with £1 of every sale going to an amazing charity. When buying the book you can pick which of the three charities the book is supporting you want your pound to go to - TACC, the Oscar Knox Appeal, or the Adam Stansfield Foundation (set up in memory of the Exeter City player whose spoof portrait I painted for the book who tragically passed away just seven months after signing his portrait). There are a mixture of letters to Scottish and English clubs in the book. The Scottish clubs involved include Hearts, Celtic, Morton, Dumbarton, Ayr Utd, Livingston, Stenhousemuir, Dundee and Elgin City. Here's the cover: There are also a number of 1986 Panini stickers throughout the book, such as Rangers, Aberdeen, Dundee Utd, Hibs, and Clydebank (below): The charities involved and I would really appreciate your support with the book and thanks very much for reading. Cheers Fraser
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