Football – or soccer, if you’re reading this in the non-believing countries “across the pond” – is a professional game, played by money hungry mercenaries, just out for what they can get.
That’s the common perception of most modern day footballers, but at least one man is bucking the trend. Richard Sinclair plays for Queens Park in the lower reaches of the Scottish Football League; has done for his entire career. Queens Park are somewhat unique within football, not just Scotland, in that they own the national stadium of Scotland, Hampden Park – yet remain staunchly amateur.
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