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Scottish football writer Adam Scott, contributor to The Independent and Time Out among other publications, has collected the fruits of a life-long obsession with Fitba (Scottish football). Gallimaufry is a noun meaning hotchpotch, a jumble or a confused medley. Contains gems like the fact Bovril, traditionally the drink of the terraces, was invented by a Scot for Napoleon's army and that Kilmarnock's most recent claim to fame was winning the Pie of the Year trophy in 1996.

Fitba gallimaufry - Adam Scott

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Title
Fitba gallimaufry
Author
Adam Scott
format
Hardback
Publisher
SportsBooks
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20061020

Scottish football writer Adam Scott, contributor to The Independent and Time Out among other publications, has collected the fruits of a life-long obsession with Fitba (Scottish football). Gallimaufry is a noun meaning hotchpotch, a jumble or a confused medley. Contains gems like the fact Bovril, traditionally the drink of the terraces, was invented by a Scot for Napoleon's army and that Kilmarnock's most recent claim to fame was winning the Pie of the Year trophy in 1996.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Soccer - Scotland - Miscellanea.|Soccer teams - Scotland - Miscellanea.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
157

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