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Bhoys are black in town

The Diary cannot imagine there are many people for whom the noble game of football is not an integral part of their lives.

But none more so than Celtic-supporting Scottish Life International supremo John Allison. So imagine his delight when, on a family holiday in the US, he found a pub showing Scotland&#39s finest in their first game of the season.

However, the Diary has learned that Allison was somewhat taken aback at the less than friendly welcome that he and his daughters (resplendent in green and white) received on entering the pub.

On closer inspection, he noticed the Union flags and pictures of Queen Liz adorn-ing the walls.

Coongratulations, Mr Allison, on tracking down the only Rangers-supporting pub in the whole of New Orleans.

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