A Wembley a Day. When the Scots Wha Haed on the crossbar

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Scots have been linked with Sunderland from the days of James Gillespie, our most capped international, who was plying his trade down here at the opening of the Forth Bridge. In the century that followed they became feared as a footballing nation, and long after mighty Celtic had stormed fortress Europe, they were still able to wreak havoc. And it wasn’t just their magical players that did the wreaking.

Pete Sixsmith knows this, having lived to tell the tale…

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