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Issue 3.2 of SCOTZINE – Scottish Football Magazine out now!

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The second issue of SCOTZINE for this season is out now. Nothing fancy, nothing gimmicky. Its all about the football. No fancy youtube videos that you can watch online anyway through our website, just our contributors writing about Scottish Football, interviewing and profiling some of Scotland’s greats, looking back at our games of the month, even giving our opinions on footballing matters. Who cares about the frilly ribbons or the packaging it comes in, it is the articles inside that count.

Chief Features writer Sean Graham interviews Rangers legend John MacDonald, and takes a look at the football clubs who are teaming up to help people with dementia.

Paul Larkin in his article Scotland’s Perfect Storm, looks at the state of Scottish Football and looks at the defining moments of our game as it becomes apparent that it is failing and fans like him are losing interest. While Allan Edgar profiles Scottish Football legend Alan McInally and Junior Football expert Stephen Kennedy reports on our Match of the Month which saw Lesmahagow beat Blantyre Victoria 3-2.

Despite Paul Larkin’s article, The Third Man asks if Scottish Football is as bad as some perceive it to be.
And Allan Rennie gives us his Legends XI side and why he chose the players he did.

If that wasn’t enough I report from Ibrox on the Glasgow Derby which saw Rangers beat Celtic 4-2 and I also highlight the failures of Celtic.

All yours for just £1. You can purchase it through Paypal [click on the button below]or through Scribd or you can buy it from Magcloud.

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Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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