21 April ~ Gordon Smith has stepped down as chief executive of the Scottish Football Association claiming "a combination of factors" led to his decision. In WSC 247 (September 2007) Neil Forsyth reported on his shock appointment

When the SFA announced their choice for a new chief executive in June, few expected to hear a name that would cause a flicker of recognition, let alone debate and a degree of bewilderment among followers of the national game. Read the full article

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