Two of the Angus clubs here, Arbroath’s Gayfield Park and Brechin’s Glebe Park, looking good in A3 frames.
You are never a mug for supporting Brechin
It’s been a tough season for Brechin Fans but it’s never a mugs game. We knew it’d be hard going. We are part time playing in a predominantly full time league. And the long term sustainability of the club has to come before staying in the Championship (that’s my tuppence worth anyway).
It’s been great so far visiting some new grounds. Even if the results haven’t gone our way.
Finally, Mugs are available and they looks pretty darn good. If I do say so myself.
Thanks to the happy customer for sending me this picture of their newly delivered mug.
Mayhem in the Coo Shed
It’s been 7 years (was it really that long ago!?) since I experienced the greatest feeling I’ve ever had at the Glebe. Equalising, with just 12 minutes to play, against St Johnstone in the quarter final of the Scottish Cup.
I was stood down behind the goal where Rory McAllister prodded home the goal that would take us to a replay. And the place went MENTAL! Never felt anything like that at the Glebe before or since.
Being at Recreation Park, Alloa, to watch us win promotions was pretty special, and really hits the spot, but for pure emotion nothing will beat that goal.
And what a night out afterward! Steamboats!