People associated with the word 'soccer'
There are 109 Scotsters matching this tag. A selection of 5 is shown but you can see all matching Scotsters.
Kathleen L (NEW)from the San Francisco area in United States
Scottish but living in California, since 1983
Jessica D (NEW)from the Fort St John area in Canada
No information given.
Today I looked at scottish gaelic phrases and played with ma dogs.
Duncan B (NEW)from the Pulaski area in United States
No information given.
|whitty||from the Troy area in United States
I have Scottish ancestors,who came to Argyle, Washington County, NY around 1745. I'm a great fan of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, and love all things Scottish.
Daniel B (NEW)from the Pretoria area in South Africa
I'm Daniel Brodie in South Africa.My grand grand father came from scotland by the name Ralph and had a son call William when he was in South Africa,William them born children who are now staying in South Africa.My grand grand father went back to scotland.we are now left in South Africa and staying here.I would like to meet and connect with the Brodie's family in Scotland.
Photos associated with the word 'soccer'
There are 13 photos matching this tag.
Forum topics associated with the word 'soccer'
There are 4 forum topics matching this tag.
|Alrighty now - Scotland`s comming! |
Sport: Euro and World Cup Footballby r1mein
|5||Sun 19/02/12 01:36|
|Poll: England v Algeria (2 votes) |
Miscellaneous: Questions With No Other Homeby singscott
|3||Fri 18/06/10 20:25|
|Euro Cup Bid |
Everything Scottish: Scottish Sportby celticleague
|7||Sat 13/12/08 18:55|
|wembley trips were the best |
Sport: Euro and World Cup Footballby bairdstravel
|12||Thu 24/09/09 16:27|
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