THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

PartickThistle27 March ~ England has as its national flower the rose, Sri Lanka has the water lily, China, the peony. Scotland has a prickly, purplish weed. The thistle – dour, austere, ruiner of a Nice Sit Down. It is as if Scotland is saying to the world: "You can come here if you like, but don’t expect a big welcome. I have to be up at five." They have salt on their porridge you know. Not sugar, or Golden Syrup. Or molasses. Salt. Read more

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