Football/Soccer

McMullan has kind of vision the rest can only get from stands

George McMullan's chip soars over Ross Glendinning in the Linfield goal at Solitude last Saturday
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SOME goals deserve to be celebrated more than others. Some players deserve to be celebrated more than others. Cliftonville’s Georgie McMullan is one such player. He made his debut for the north Belfast club in January 2002. He’s played over 500 games for the Reds through thick and thin and scored 102 goals. Last Saturday afternoon he produced what must rank as one of his finest moments wearing the famous red jersey. Sitting at the back of the stand at the old Cage End, I had the perfect view of McMullan’s audacious chip that edged Cliftonville 3-2 ahead of old[...]
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