World News – UK – Mark Wilson’s Brechin training top from ex-Celtic ace Mark Wilson was spotted at the Glasgow charity shop


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Mark Wilson’s training kit from Brechin City, a former Celtic ace, was discovered at a Glasgow charity after his release last month.

Wilson – also an expert on the Clyde Superscoreboard – and his assistant Simon Donnelly were shown the door at the end of October.

The ex-Hoops and Dundee United on the right have been relieved of leadership roles at Glebe Park after just TWO league games this season.

It didn’t help that in two Betfred Cup games against their local rivals they got six goals to Dundee United and seven goals to St. Johnstone sent.

The Glebe Park side confirmed the news in a statement: « Brechin City announces that Manager Mark Wilson and Deputy Manager Simon Donnelly have been fired from their contracts and are leaving the club with immediate effect.

« The club would like to thank Mark and Simon for their service and will now begin looking for a new management team. « 

Discovered at a charity shop in Anniesland😭😭 May need to mention this on @ClydeSSB this afternoon. What do you say @ markwilson_12? Thank you @ INNESR63 for bringing this to my attention 👌🏼 picture. Twitter. com / MFZH2fYmbr

SSB host Gordon Duncan posted two pictures of the clothes on social media this morning after they were tagged by a fan of the phone on-show.

It appears that there is a Brechin jacket and polo shirt on display in the store, the latter selling for £ 6. 99.

Gordon tweeted, « Discovered at a charity shop in Anniesland. Maybe this needs to be mentioned on @ClydeSSB this afternoon. What do you say @ markwilson_12?

He replied, « I am doing my contribution to charity. . . . They were originally £ 5 so my initials add value. « 

Brechin hit the lowest point in the Scottish Senior League last season – only the controversial SPFL resolution that restricted the campaign spared the possibility of the decline.

But when Scotland competes against England at the euro next summer, he is insisting that he will definitely just be a member of the Tartan Army.

The Celtic skipper overturned his decision to quit international football after talks with Gordon Strachan in 2016.

Broony returned to play England in London before seeing the campaign for the final World Cup.

At 35, he belongs to the generation of players who have never reached a final in Scotland.

Although he would still be able to get involved, the former captain insists that the baton has now definitely been passed on to this group of players.

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World News – GB – Ex-Celtic ace Mark Wilson’s Brechin training top discovered at charity shop in Glasgow


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