Shettleston boss Peter Weatherson happy to take pelters if it means his side lifting silverware

Shettleston boss Peter Weatherson happy to take pelters if it means his side lifting silverware
 

PETER WEATHERSON reckons he's copped more flak in two months of junior football than he did in a 16-year professional career.
The former Morton, Queen of the South and Annan hitman has suffered an earbashing from the terraces since taking over as player-boss at Shettleston.
But for the man who had Nellie the Elephant as his fanfare every time he scored for Queens, the stick is music to his ears.
Weatherson leads his new side into the first final of the junior season tomorrow, the Sectional League Cup Final, against Rob Roy.
And he hopes his ear drums take another pounding - so long as it's... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 31
Source: Daily Record
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