James McFadden’s goal against France to be commemorated

James McFadden’s winning goal in the recent France – Scotland match is to be permanently commemorated in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park. Reports say that the Everton striker, now occsionally referred to as ‘God’, is to unveil a giant photograph of his 63rd minute goal against the World Cup runners-up. When this will take place, I haven’t seen a date. Probably because thousands would show up. 🙂

McFadden Celebrates

2 Responses to “James McFadden’s goal against France to be commemorated”

  1. McFaddens goal should be never forgotton

    I predict another goal from him on saturday against italy
    I will be there

    Yours faithfully
    John Smith of SCOTLAND

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