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  1. Great goal too http://twitter.com/nffc_mainstand/status/681927049490075649/video/1
  2. Yeah Ian Black and Kenny Miller are good shouts...nowhere near the strength of the Glasgow team though. Think Danny Wilson was born and raised Livingston.
  3. Iceland's small population and impressive recent form makes me wonder if we could have produced a similar performance with the same population. Saw a few on here commenting if we should be looking at their system, asking how this small population has produced such a successful team. Iceland has a population of 325,000. For ease of comparison I've looked at the players from similarly populated cities; Glasgow (596,000) Edinburgh (487,000) and Aberdeen (220,000). Glasgow's team: (includes McGeady and McCarthy cos they're Glaswegian...) Marshall Hutton Greer Mulgrew Robertson Anya Dorrans McCarthy McGeady McCormack Snodgrass Edinburgh's team: (missing a few...don't know enough Edinburgh born players) Gordon Wallace Berra ? Whittaker ? Fletcher Murray Davidson Stefan Scougall ? Griffiths Aberdeen's team; (Maloney qualifies as he moved to cults when he was a toddler) Esson Ryan Jack Anderson Souttar Greame Shinnie Ryan Fraser Paul Coutts Ian Vigurs Andy Shinnie Gauld Maloney I'd say, on the basis of this, if we had a population around 400k we could produce a team just as good as Iceland's it's just that they've had a longer time with a quality coach and have a talisman like gylfi Sigurdsson. Agree on the teams?