Britain truly is the home of organised sport, and her sporting influence is felt across the globe. Whether you’re a South American footballer, a North American golfer, an Indian cricketer, an Australasian Rugby star, or a Chinese snooker player, you owe it all to the sporting heritage of the UK. This article aims to tap 

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Until recently, it was believed that the world’s first black footballer was Arthur Wharton, who played for Preston North End in the late nineteenth century.  However, evidence has recently come to light showing that a man by the name of Andrew Watson was playing in Scotland around ten years earlier than Wharton. Watson was born 

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On Saturday 8th September 2012 Scotland start their latest world cup qualifying campaign with a home match against Serbia at Hampden Park followed up with a second game against Macedonia. In a qualifying group also consisting of Belgium, Croatia and Wales it is not going to be easy for manager Craig Levein’s team to achieve 

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In February 2012 Glasgow Rangers FC entered into a period of administration. Thereafter June 12 saw the club forced into liquidation. July 12 and the Newco Rangers FC were welcomed into the fourth tier of Scottish professional football. The wherewithal around this period and how these points have been reached for what was after all 

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