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The Scottish Junior Cup 1946-1975 Thank you for your wife s grandfather passed away recently and I gave him your book about a year ago The joy on his face was priceless Please keep up your good work It won t make you a millionaire but the memories of those you touch and you ll probably never meet can make someone happy it was ok but not great.Enjoyed it. Great little book on a little known subject South of the Border.Well researched and well put together My only gripe, no colour photos I have a fascination for old soccer kits, this has just fired me up to do research.Recommended for anyone with an interest in Scottish or British footy. very complete Was a present for my dad and double bonus there is pictures of him in the book, great little book some great historical pictures of the era of junoir football, the book was delivered in good time and was in extremely great condition so happy to give thums up to both seller and the book.. excellent A must for all junior football fans who crave their club to win the Holy Grail of junior football Look forward to his next publication on the same scene. The Scottish Junior Cup has been in contention sinceand is one of football s oldest trophies With overteams competing each year, the knockout competition is an important part of life in those towns and villages that regularly field a team There have even been times when the tournament s popularity has threatened to eclipse the Seniors over , attended the final of theScottish Junior Cup, Petershill v Irvine Meadow XI Fromonwards, a programme was issued before the final and it is from that date that Tom Purdie, the operations manager for Hamilton Academical, has chosen to concentrate The knockout aspect of the competition has meant that no team has dominated for than a few years although there is a notable statistical bias towards Ayrshire teams such as Auchinleck Talbot and Glenafton Athletic The Scottish Junior Cup is a unique event that once saw whole towns deserted when their teams reached the final at Hampden Park in Glasgow, and Tom Purdie s collection of match programmes and photography from the era is unrivalled His book will awaken memories of a rougher and vibrant age in the history of football

  • Kindle Edition
  • The Scottish Junior Cup 1946-1975
  • Tom Purdie
  • 10 April 2017
  • 1445604175

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