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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL  HISTORIAN

The quarterly magazine which celebrates the history and folklore of Scottish Football.

NEW LOOK - 32 pages, full colour photographs throughout

The latest edition is No. 169, the second of 2024, page down for list of articles

Each edition comprises 32 pages and contains original research on the history of the game in Scotland, its  personalities, players, teams etc. ; reproductions of long-forgotten articles on Scottish Football History ; book reviews, obituaries, exchange of information, and news and views of interest to all those with an interest in the history of Scottish Football.


 

Each edition costs £2.50 plus 90p p&p (UK only) from John Litster, 
81 Marksbury Road,
Bristol, BS3 5JY
  
Please add a further £3 for postage to 
Europe, and an additional £4 per issue for airmail postage outside Europe
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Back issues of every previous edition of the magazine are available  priced £2 plus postage. Please add sufficient additional postage for Europe and outside Europe

A comprehensive INDEX OF CONTENTS  all every issue of SCOTTISH FOOTBALL HISTORIAN, is available for £1 plus 90p UK p&p, or click here for the the contents FREE TO VIEW online.

Contents of the current issue, 169, 2nd of 2024, include:

Frank Coulston, A Lifetime in Football interview (Partick Thistle, Stranraer, Stenhousemuir, SFA Coach)

 

The Intermediate Dispute 1927 to 1931 by Douglas Gorman

 

Foreign born players in the SPFL Premiership – 69%

 

Belfast Caledonian by Trevor Clydesdale

 

Irvine Meadow XI and the 1934 St Vincent de Paul Charity Cup by Gordon McCreath

 

Queen’s Park Champions of Britain 1890 and 1893, Part 9 of the series by Forrest Robertson

 

Hugh Stewart, Aberdeen, St Rochs, Third Lanark

 

Battlefield – 1873 to 1888 or 1897 by John Weir

 

Roddie Davidson, Inverness Caledonian’s Record Holder by Ian Davidson

 

Queen’s Park: the hunt for Eglinton Terrace – update and correction

 

Book Review:  St Johnstone : Matches in Dispatches by Alastair Blair and Brian Doyle.

 

Obituaries of

 

Tony Bryden – Hibs, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Stranraer, Blantyre Vics, Cumnock, Arbroath

 

Denis Connaghan, St Mirren, Yoker Athletic, Renfrew, Baltimore Bays, Celtic, Ayr United, Morton, Clyde, Arthurlie, Neilston

 

Ian Dair – Stirling Albion, Glenrothes, Cowdenbeath, Halbeath, Hill of Beath Hawthorn, Kelty Hearts

 

Derek Dewar – Bankfoot Athletic, Wick Academy, Brora Rangers, Inverness Caledonian, Rothes, Ross County

 

Ray Edgar – Hamilton Accies, Duntocher Hibs, Drumchapel Amateurs, Cumbernauld United, Queens Park, Clyde, East Stirling, Queen of the South, Renfrew, Vale of Leven

 

Tom Gourlay – Airdrieonians, Ashfield, Partick Thistle, East Stirlingshire, Petershill

 

Bobby Graham – Albion Rovers, East Stirling, Benburb, Stenhousemuir, Pollok

 

Stuart Gray – Celtic, Giffnock North, Reading, Rushden & Diamonds, Oxford United, Guiseley

 

Peter Handyside – Grimsby Town, Heston Rovers, Stoke City, Barnsley, Northwich Vics,Hucknall Town

 

Sandy Kilgour – Dundonald Bluebell, Blairgowrie, Frances Colliery, Newburgh, St Andrews United, Dundee Violet,Perth Celtic, Alloa Athletic, Brechin City

 

John Lough – Hearts, Preston Athletic, Arbroath, Duns

 

John McCall – Aberdeen, Dalry Thistle, Ayr United, Craigmark, Airdrieonians, Glenafton Athletic

 

Willie McCulloch – Alloa Athletic, Airdrieonians, Camelon, Berwick Rangers, Cowdenbeath, Amateur Cup winner

 

Ian McMillan – Airdrieonians, Rangers, Scotland

 

Harry Melrose – Dunfermline Athletic, Dalkeith Thistle, Rangers, Aberden, Berwick Rangers

 

Alastair Petrie-May – Meadbowbank Thistle

 

Matthew A Rodger – Referee and linesman

 

David Roy – Linlithgow Rose

 

Ally Shewan – Aberdeen, Formartine United, St George Budapest (Australia), Elgin City,Ross County, Lossiemouth