The last couple of decades saw the emergence of sports bars in towns and cities.
Blether with Brown
Forbes Inglis has lived and breathed Montrose Football Club for most of his life.
Above is a photo of the St Columba’s Boys Club team which won the Scottish Cup in 1976.
One of Dundee United’s great players of the 1960s is the subject of a query from Scott Austin, of St Andrews.
I’ve always been of the view that ‘real’ football men (and women) read this column.
Punters in a Lochee betting shop, like myself, enjoy hearing Charlie Walker’s tales of quirky goings-on in the soccer world.
Our recent stories regarding Scotland legend Denis Law prompted Derek Cochrane to contact BwB.
Derek Sheridan, like many in the city — and beyond — was saddened to hear of the passing of Marshall Key, aged 83.
Gordon Wallace is well-known for his time at Dens Park.
CHARLIE Walker has written to feature the early years of the FA Cup, in addition to some quirky stories.
The Brechin City dressing-room photo in BwB on February 2 caught the attention of Steve Petrie.
Frank Gilfeather also paid tribute to his great friend Walter McGowan.
Several recent articles caught the attention of reader Bill Grant.
Music often triggers great memories of events, times and individuals.
The great Denis Law twice played for Aberdeen Schoolboys against Dundee Schoolboys — but ended up on the losing side both times.
Sandy ‘Sy’ Thomson has featured periodically in BwB.