In this latest edition of #WhatsYourStory, we take a look at Harmony Row, who are heading out to the Barcelona Easter tournament with Trans World Soccer.
Youth Football Scotland caught up with coach Keith Gibson, who told us a little more about what the team are looking forward to in their trip to Barcelona this Easter.
The boys are ‘looking forward to getting away together as a team’, and of course are excited for the warm weather. The team will be heading out to Barcelona mid-way through their season, so will be hoping for a positive result at the tournament to bring home to Glasgow.
Harmony Row, who recently celebrated their centenary in 2015, are actually the boyhood club of Manchester United and Aberdeen legend Sir Alex Ferguson – who is the Honorary President of Harmony Row.
The team will be hoping that they are at least half as successful as he was when they travel to Barcelona!
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1. What tournament will you be going to?
Mare Nostrum Barcelona Easter Tournament
2. What are you / the team most looking forward to for the trip?
We are looking forward to getting the boys away together as a team for a few days in the warm weather before the run in to the end of the season
3. What is something that people might not know about Harmony Row?
Our Honorary President is Sir Alex Ferguson who played with Harmony Row in Govan as a youth player. The team has also just celebrated its centenary year in 2015.
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