Play it again, Sam

12th September 1997 at 01:00
And now the final instalments in the Sports Minister's Danish tour (page six). Sam Galbraith thought he might escape the eccentricities of Jim Farry at the Scottish Football Association and the troubles of Tommy Graham and the Labour party in the west of Scotland by travelling to Copenhagen to study sport and after-school care.

He was duly shepherded to a school to see weans looked after once the bell goes and was presented with a booklet or two on the good burgh of Gladsaxe.

Don't you know when your luck's in. One of its twin towns is Paisley where the Labour axe has already been wielded, gladly.

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