Queen’s Park president Alan Hutchison has expressed his fears for the club’s future if the Scottish Football Association decide not to renew the lease on Hampden Park. Hampden's status as the venue for internationals and cup finals is under threat after the SFA wrote to clubs, the SPFL, the Scottish Government and PFA Scotland canvassing opinions on the stadium's value when the current lease ends in 2020.
Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon still remembers his last trip to Bayern Munich as the one that got away. The current Hibs manager was part of Martin O’Neill’s Hoops side which travelled to the Bavarian capital on Champions League duty in 2003. Celtic, who had lost in the final of the UEFA Cup the previous year in Seville, had been 1-0 up with 15 minutes to go but succumbed to a Roy Maakay double-whammy and lost 2-1. Lennon said: "It was the year after Seville and we were playing really well.
Ah the good old days. A year before the 1967 Summer of Love kicked off and a potpourri of hippies coverged in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury district, a gathering of Hoops players assembled in the Californian city’s Kezar Stadium for a friendly encounter with Bayern Munich in the summer of ‘66. Peace and love man? Not quite. The 60s would be swinging in more ways than one.
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