Britain's Got Talent winner Pudsey loves the Wee Red Book

BRITAIN'S Got Talent winner Pudsey has got his paws on what every footie fan wants.

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Pudsey got his paws on the Evening Times Wee Red Book
Pudsey got his paws on the Evening Times Wee Red Book

He dropped into the Evening Times office and hotfooted it straight to a pile of Wee Red Books.

It has become a cult publication among those who really know their football and has been championed by Old Firm heroes past and present.

The Wee Red Book - first printed in 1928 - includes a list of Scotland Internationals and opponents, the fixtures for the coming season and key cup games, statistics, club information and recent attendance figures.

Fans can pick up a £2.99 book from most newsagents or Evening Times street vendors, or you can order your copy right now online and get it posted directly to you - wherever you are in the world.

As Pudsey might say - you would be barking mad not to get one.

VIVIENNE NICOLL

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