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Scottish 5-year-old is soccer fan of the year, calls club to apologize for missing match

Great story of 5-year-old Celtic fan, Louis Kayes, who phoned @celticfc to apologise for missing a game.https://t.co/9sIFes3LLn

— Onefootball (@Onefootball) October 19, 2016

Louis Kayes is too young to have significant athletic accomplishments himself, but he’s already gained almost as much attention as the club he’s been raised to support for his earnest reaction to missing a match.

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INTERVIEW: 7 Questions with Andrew Baker for Gutenberg! The Musical!

Holland St Productions are sure-fire winners, with a slew of awards and hit original shows on their company resume. But just to shake things up a bit, they’ve decided to produce a pre-existing work:  1,099 more words


News at 9: Houston receives fifth award and Brown has no regrets

HOUSTON NAMED SEPTEMBER’S TOP BOSS: Falkirk manager Peter Houston has been named Championship Manager of the Month for September. The Bairns put a poor start to the season behind them last month as they recorded three consecutive wins over Raith Rovers, Dundee United and Ayr United, as well as an emphatic victory over Elgin City in the Irn-Bru Cup. 579 more words


Remember Martha Coakley's Stunning Loss To Scott Brown? President Obama Does

WASHINGTON (CBS) – It’s been nearly seven years since the 2010 Senate special election in Massachusetts, but President Barack Obama hasn’t forgotten the Bay State race that could have had huge implications for his presidency. 356 more words


Six of the worst Joey Barton misdemeanours

Joey Barton has had a chequered career to say the least. In fact, it was difficult whittling down his list of indiscretions to just six. The much travelled midfielder has been caught up in rows, fights, and Twitter arguments with many of his peers. 944 more words

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Keller @ Large: Scott Brown's Reputation Takes A Beating

BOSTON (CBS) – How would you like to be Scott Brown today?

Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros claims Brown was one of many male co-workers and bosses who harassed her on the job at the network, part of a culture she describes as “a Playboy-mansion like cult.” 243 more words


News at 9: Bilate slates Dundee and Scotland to name new captain

BILATE NOT A FAN OF DUNDEE: Former Dundee United striker won’t be getting a job at the Dundee tourism board any time soon. The Dutch striker who scored two goals in 16 months at Tannadice described the City of Discovery as a; “drab, gloomy, working-class town.” The 25-year-old who now plays for FC Den Bosch in his home country obviously didn’t enjoy his time in Scotland. 311 more words