Scottish Football News Round-up: Thursday 21st March
11:04, 21 Mar 2013
Scotland's Charlie Adam says his late father will be watching down on him
'He was the one who helped me get where I am at the moment' – Adam pays tribute to his father and mentor as he prepares to face Wales in a World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park
Dunfermline boss Jim Jefferies makes passionate plea for fans to turn out for vital match
The Pars manager has asked for fair weather supporters to make a special effort to attend the game against Dumbarton this weekend.
Wales legend Ian Rush delivers low blow to Scotland as he claims Gordon Strachan's squad has no players worth fearing
While Wales will look to Gareth Bale or Aaron Ramsay to take the game to Scotland, Rush reckons Gordon Strachan's side will have to rely on a workman-like performance to get a result.
We have lost our swagger
Alan Rough belonged to a golden era.
Wilson cherishing Hoops canter to title
Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson claims winning a second Clydesdale Bank Premier League winners' medal will mean more to him than his first.
Spotlight on coaching veteran Walter Borthwick
Training sessions conducted by Sir Alex Ferguson during his time at Aberdeen proved to be an education for one of the Scottish FA’s most experienced coaches.
Walter Borthwick has been in the game for over 40 years and retires next week.