Least, we need an apology from them. It might increase the excitement levels by having a day night Test match, but you may actually lose out by having a ball that doesn't do anything. That kind of behaviour is unacceptable. And there's more chance of him finding them again than there is of Scotland's legendary striker backing the Auld Enemy's bid to hold the tournament in 2018.
The English Organising Committee will this afternoon learn if their bid has been successful. But whatever the verdict that is delivered in Zurich the Lawman is making other arrangements. When asked if he wanted England to win the last World Cup in South Africa, legend Law told Record Sport: "I'm a Scotland fan, so no way. "They have shown no regret for the shameful incident in writing or otherwise.
"The thing the game probably needs to look at here is that given the way the ball performed, the risk is that with no movement and the ball getting very soft, it could result in a very, very boring game of cricket.
"Law also believes international football's showpiece tournament is quickly losing its appeal. The football didn't live up to the hype. "Law has lived down south for 55 of his 70 years but it would be a brave man who would suggest that England was his adopted home. Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!
I don't know whether it's the rise of commercialism or a lowering of standards on the pitch but the magic has gone. "But the game needs football that grabs the imagination once again. He said: "I was on holiday when Euro 96 was played in England and by a strange coincidence my holidays for 2018 have been booked up in advance assuming I'm still on this planet by then.
The man who shares Scotland's all time scoring record with Kenny Dalglish, said: "We would happily settle for qualifying for anything at any time soon. "Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterRangers FCSFA cleared to hand Rangers Euro licence in 2011, claims chief Stewart ReganThe SFA are still in the firing line over the decision back in 2011 to grant Rangers a licence to play in Europe.
"I'm struggling to know 50 per cent of the teams in the Champions League or identify
which country they are from. Transfer TalkTransfer news live as Celtic and Rangers plus the rest of the Premiership step up their squad rebuilds for new seasonScotland's best transfer blog is up and running join us for all the latest done deals, news and rumours from Scottish football and further afield. "And I'm not interested in whether England get the World Cup finals or not anyway, I'm booked up for 2018.
Rangers FCRangers new boy Dalcio determined to break Celtic dominance and win trophies at IbroxThe midfielder has already set his sights on laying down a stiffer challenge to six in a row Celtic. He added: "I thought the South African World Cup was as poor as any in living memory. "The format of the World Cup or the Champions League might still have an appeal for TV audiences but the current set up is not grabbing my attention.
Rangers FCRangers to splash out 'almost 4million' for Mexican pair Carlos Pena and Eduardo HerreraIt's being claimed Pena and Herrera will join the Ibrox side from Chivas and Pumas for big money. "Law was part of the 1974 squad who ended 16 years of World Cup exile by getting Scotland to the finals in Germany, sparking a frenzy for the national team that lasted for the next 24 years of qualification for major tournaments.
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