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Mr Struth is truly a legend in one half of Glasgow; his name spoken with reverence.
Football aficionados won't be disappointed to learn of this great man among men.
Maley, Celtic's equivalent, was never close to Struth in the sense that he had been with William Wilton, Struth's predecessor. Mr Leggatt attributed this to the "I hope it was an accident" remark after the death of John Thomson. Maley should never have said this, of course, but possibly too much is read into it. Maley was clearly upset, and gave a few signs of lapsing into depression at about this time. But, yes, I agree, that remark did not help. On the other hand, Meiklejohn, a fine man rightly praised by Mr Leggatt, read a lesson at Thomson's memorial service, and that was after he had quietened the bawheids behind the goal.
Had I been a Rangers man, I would have worshipped Struth. As it is, I respect him, and I found Mr Leggatt's book to be, to a very large extent, informative.
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