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Bonnyrigg’s Keiran McGachie Disappointed With Dumbarton Draw

With his large frame and physical style of play, Bonnyrigg front man Keiran McGachie gave the Dumbarton defence a hell of a time on Saturday afternoon. And local lad Keiran admitted his team mates were disappointed with the goal less draw against SPFL Championship side Dumbarton, after putting so much into the game and he said “A wee […]

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Liam Gormley On Mission Back To SPFL Football

Liam Gormley, Cambuslang Ranger’s new striker has made something of a name for himself since scoring five on his debut as a trialist for the Somervell Park side. That was in an 8-2 trouncing of Forth Wanderers. The following week he almost repeated the feat, but fell one goal short and scored just the four! We […]

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Renfrew Striker Gail Hawthorn Interview

Renfrew Ladies FC striker and coach Gail Hawthorn, gives a very honest and full interview about her career in Scottish women’s football. Can you think back to your very first football memory? My earliest memory of football was when I was about 6. I was out the front of our house, kicking the ball around […]

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Conan McDiarmid In The Hot Seat

This week’s Q&A has been kindly done by 31 year old Edinburgh United player/assistant manager Conan McDiarmid. The ball playing defender formerly played for Cowdenbeath, Penicuik Juniors, Whitehill Welfare, Musselburgh Athletic and Selkirk before recently joining Calum Elliot’s Edinburgh United. Can you think back to your very first football memory? Hmm, a few but I remember going […]

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Newmains Captain Ross Carrigan Q&A

  This week’s Q&A has been undertaken by Ross Carrigan, Captain and at Newmains United and former St. Roch’s and Vale of Clyde defender. Can you think back to your very first football memory? First memory was when I was only young and was taken to watch Celtic v Dundee Utd at Parkhead! I just […]

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Interview With Bathgate Thistle Captain Stuart McLeod

Content Courtesy of Robert Allen & Thistle TV

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Kirk Forbes Interview

The latest player to answer some questions for the website is Rossvale’s central midfielder and former Stedfast Amateurs, Colville Park and Scottish Amateur International Kirk Forbes. Can you think back to your first football memory? My Grandpa used to take me to this old garage car park every day, the minute I could kick a ball. […]

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Kello Rovers Liam Fleming Q&A

Q&A with Kello Rovers striker Liam Fleming…………………. Can you think back to your very first football memory? I didn’t like football when I was really young but when my parents got Sky TV in the mid 90’s I started watching it and loved Keegan’s Newcastle team. I remember being on my first holiday when the […]

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Graeme Ramage Interview

This week Kello Rovers and former St. Mirren, Dumbarton, Annan, Clydebank, Shettleston and Yoker midfielder Graeme Ramage agreed to answer a few questions for the.juniors.info……. Can you think back to your very first football memory? Always remember playing for my boys club team scoring 15 goals in one game!  What team do you support and […]

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Danny Anderson Interview

An interview with Stonehaven’s Danny Anderson.  Thank you to Neale Scott for your assistance. Can you think back to your very first football memory? My first Aberdeen game that my Dad took me too – Aberdeen v Dundee United, Aberdeen won 2-1 Robbie Winters and Hicham Zerouali scored! What team do you support and why […]

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