Well, the ground was nice. The Stadio Luigi Ferraris in the big, muscular port of Genoa had been knocked down and rebuilt for Italia 90and they must have known the Scots were coming. In each corner stood a tower resembling a tenement with holes like windows – perfect for a spot of hingin’ oot in the late-afternoon Ligurian sunshine on 11 June.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) will carry out a review after six horses died at the four-day Cheltenham Festival. Four horses died on the final day of racing as the festival drew to a close. Officials at the race course confirmed that Sandsend, ridden by Katie Walsh, was put down after a leg injury during the County Hurdle while Some Plan also lost his life. Borth Hill Harvey and Dresden had suffered pelvic and back injuries this afternoon in the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual.
Where are the men from Italia 90, the Scotland team in their summer-fun T-shirts, white with blue and yellow stripes? Quite a few of the personnel involved in the dismal World Cup defeat by Costa Rica seem to have emigrated from the homeland and others have been lying low this week, perhaps in anticipation of irritating calls from the likes of me as the national team prepare to embark on a new era with a re-match against the Central Americans.
Chuffed for Dylan and proud this recognition comes as a Hibee. Latest in long club tradition of inside-forward/patter merchants inc Latapy, Edwards and Bobby Johnstone. Celts may claim prior ownership and Dons may covet him but he isn't more loved anywhere than in Leith right now https://twitter.com/HibsOfficial/status/973158369086328832
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