Religion of two halves

November 26, 1999

The Scottish football team's defeat at Hampden Park, compounded by a victory at Wembley that still excluded it from the European cup, could leave many distraught supporters turning to God. So it was no surprise that Scotland's football manager Craig Brown this week kicked off a series of occasional lunchtime seminars at Dundee University's chaplaincy, by talking about "faith and football".

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