Taylor Morgan's double helps Airdrie into the fourth round of the Scottish Cup with a win over Brechin.
In FIFA.com’s weekly look at the top quips from around world football, Brechin City's goalkeeper turns up at the wrong ground, Gerard Pique expresses his distaste for British cuisine, Arsenal’s manager discusses bargain hunting and much more.
• Goalkeeper went to away ground when match was at home • ‘Incredibly, this is not the first time it’s happened to me’ The Brechin City goalkeeper Graeme Smith has admitted Saturday’s gaffe when he turned up at the wrong stadium for his side’s meeting with Stenhousemuir was not the fir
Brechin goalkeeper Graeme Smith admits he 'has taken stick from his team-mates' after turning up at the wrong ground... for the second time in his career.
SCOTT BROWN tells Celtic team-mates that they owe manager Ronny Deila a good performance against Ajax; Rangers target Josh Windass, son of former Aberdeen star Dean; Brechin goalkeeper Graeme Smith turns up at the wrong groun for a match, plus all the rest of today’s football news and gossip
Also featuring: Jamie Vardy; Leyton Orient’s relief; and what’s trending in Newcastle Sure, it’s “only” the Premier League record, and he’s got another six games to beat Stan Mortensen’s top-flight mark, but hats off, Jamie Vardy. Continue reading...
WHEN your team has a game in Brechin, it’s best not to turn up 80 miles away at a different stadium.
A man-of-the-match performance from Colin McMenamin inspires Stenhousemuir to a win against 10-man Brechin at Glebe Park.