Neil Drysdale

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Neil Drysdale has been involved in journalism since the late 1980s when he began writing for “Scotland on Sunday.” Since then, he has covered many of sport’s biggest events, including the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa and the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and has watched Scotland’s rugby team achieve heroic victories and suffer agonizing defeats from Edinburgh to Dunedin and Pretoria to the Parc des Princes. He has written several books, including the best-selling biography of the Scotland and Rangers manager, Walter Smith, an acclaimed biography of the motor racing star Dario Franchitti, and a much-praised account of Freuchie’s march to Lord’s in 1985. He currently writes for “The Herald” and lives in Aberdeen with his wife, Dianne. David Campese, born in New South Wales in 1962, is a former Australian rugby union player.

Neil Drysdale has been involved in journalism since the late 1980s when he began writing for “Scotland on Sunday.” Since then, he has covered many of sport’s biggest events, including the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa and the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and has watched Scotland’s rugby team achieve heroic victories and suffer agonizing defeats from Edinburgh to Dunedin and Pretoria to the Parc des Princes. He has written several books, including the best-selling biography of the Scotland and Rangers manager, Walter Smith, an acclaimed biography of the motor racing star Dario Franchitti, and a much-praised account of Freuchie’s march to Lord’s in 1985. He currently writes for “The Herald” and lives in Aberdeen with his wife, Dianne. David Campese, born in New South Wales in 1962, is a former Australian rugby union player.

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