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Oor Jim on top of the world

Oor Jim on top of the world

Tartan Army

The Tartan Army invades London: Thousands of Scotland fans descend on Trafalgar Square ahead of first match against England for 14 years (but they're going home with a 3-2 defeat)

The Tartan Army invades London: Thousands of Scotland fans descend on Trafalgar Square ahead of first match against England for 14 years (but they're going home with a defeat)

tartan army | Gloriously Drunken Photos Of The Tartan Army In London | Barnorama

18 Gloriously Drunken Photos Of The Tartan Army In London

Scotland v England at Hampden Park. (1966)

Looks like the flats at Toryglen Circus are going up in the background

Ray Stewart Scotland 1979

Ray Stewart Scotland 1979

PictureThis Scotland (@74frankfurt) on Twitter

PictureThis Scotland (@74frankfurt) on Twitter

Scotland’s ‘Tartan’ Third Kit

12 Bold Adidas National Team Concept Third Kits by Franco - Footy Headlines

Kenny Dalglish scores for Scotland at Wembley. (1977)

Kenny Dalglish scores for Scotland at Wembley. (1977)

Brazil 4 Scotland 1 in 1982 in Seville. Zico equalises with a brilliant free kick on 33 mins in Group 6 #WorldCupFinals

Brazil 4 Scotland 1 in 1982 in Seville. Zico equalises with a brilliant free kick on 33 mins in Group 6

25th November 1964. Scotland captain Jim Baxter fighting over the ball with Northern Ireland's full back Jimmy Magill, at Hampden Park.

November Scotland captain Jim Baxter fighting over the ball with Northern Ireland's full back Jimmy Magill, at Hampden Park.

Denis Law Scotland vs Zaire 1974 World Cup pic.twitter.com/b3bTM19kYZ

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DENIS LAW---- combined skill, guts and determination in a glittering career that brought goals and glory with Manchester United FC and Scotland.To help mark UEFA's Jubilee in 2004, each national association was asked to nominate its most outstanding player of the past 50 years. SCOTLAND chose Denis Law as their Golden Player.

Denis Law Sir Alex Ferguson isn’t the only Manchester United legend with a connection to Aberdeen. Denis Law, one of the club’s ‘Holy Trinity’ alongside George Best and Bobby Charlton, was born and brought up in the city.

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