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CURRENT AND PAST WRITERS
Marc Roseblade - Owner and founder of the Blog. I support Ayr United and I commentate on Scottish Premier League, SPL under 19, Scottish football league and Scottish Cup matches for web based sporting sites. I started this blog after wanting to write a report on the matches I visit. I also act as PR/communications/social media coordinator for Ayr United Football Academy and Galveston Pirate Soccer Club.
Fraser Law Lives in East Kilbride and is an avid Rangers fan as well as following Chelsea and AC milan. Fraser believes in the Total Football concept.
Mark Holloran is 37 and is an avid Celtic supporter who holds a season ticket at Parkhead, he also follows Barcelona. Mark rates the PSG team which knocked Celtic out of the European Cup Winners Cup in 1996 as one of the best teams he has ever seen.
Richard Mcfarland is currently a student from Northern Ireland who co-hosts a radio show called Fitba AM. He is interested in a wide array of sports from rugby to cricket and is involved in the set up of youth football Scotland.
Roy P Pilkey
Scott McLaren lives in Mount Florida in Glasgow which is right on the doorstep of Scotlands national stadium, Hampden. He is 34 years old and works as a sales account manager in Ardeer near Stevenston in Ayrshire. Scott follows rugby and golf as well as the beautiful game.
Gary linton is 22, lives in Edinburgh and supports Glasgow Rangers. As well as the SPL, Gary also follows the English, Spanish & Italian leagues. He also goes to all the Scotland national team home matches. He is currently studying to be a journalist so watch out for his name in the future.
Mark Briggs was dragged into supporting Sheffield Wednesday by his father despite living in the south of England, a decision that he never regretted. Mark lived in Scotland for 4 years while he studied for his degree, during which time he followed the Hibs and Celtic. He is not sure why he decided to follow the colour green but there we go.
John acts as our liason in Queretaro, Mexico and has been reporting match news and reviews from Mexicos Primera Apertura for the season 2011. We were fortunate enough to gain John access to the press area during their recent history making playoff match against Guadalajara Chivas where he was able to view and attend pre and post match interviews, backroom areas of the stadium and into the press box to report news to us in a live play by play action report.