I sat down yesterday with actor Scott Reid. You will know him as “Methadone Mick” in Still Game, “Michael Farmer” in Line of Duty, “Quill” in Carnival Row and “DC Mick Clark” in White House Farm.You can listen here...
Fitba is back at the weekend. Those of us lucky enough to have tickets for Firhill will be there glowing from an afternoon of keeping warm in the boozer whilst those who aren’t have to subscribe to a pay per view channel and hand over the sort of wedge that only Lee McCulloch’s Maw wouldn’t baulk at to watch something on the telly.And this is meant to be the national cup competition right?
Ok, so I am trying a way of life. It’s what Elvis coined as “A little less conversation, a little more action” or Jim Slaven coined as “Do less, better”Quite simply I am going to try a year with very little interaction on Social Media save for talking about work.
I’ve seen a lot of stuff in the last week that has demanded action from Celtic and Peter Lawwell on various things from the SFA to Resolution 12.
I remember Jackie Stewart talking about George Harrison and saying “I was close to him and had a great relationship with him-but I bet another hundred people could say the same” That thought crossed my mind when I read the outpouring of grief as news filtered through of the passing of Brad Welsh.To say I was stunned is an underestimate.