Surely, in the spirit of footballing friendship, the Old Firm sides should stage a fundraising match to pay for research into this terrible disease.
In the meantime, this Celtic fan wishes Fernando all the best for the future.
Cammy Fraser Via e-mail
Les Trueman (letters, October 30) is wrong to describe cyclists as 'uninsured lunatics'. There are of course good and bad cyclists, just as there are good and bad drivers.
We must do more to protect the most vulnerable on our roads, which means better cycle lanes, training for all and improving the law too.
Alison Johnstone Green MSP
re: 'Massive bill for upgrade of Glasgow's Queen Street station' (October 30).
A property worth £18million in 2005 will be worth substantially less than that now, and Consort House would be a money pit to redevelop.
Could it be that SPT are holding Transport Scotland to ransom and blocking the redevelopment of Queen Street?
If this were the case, rail passengers and tax payers would be rightly up in arms.
Ollie Bell Posted online
HAVING watched the bosses of the big six power flim-flam their way through their grilling by MPs, it should be obvious to anyone with half a brain that they are operating some kind of pricing cartel.
Dutch consumers have just enjoyed a price cut in their bills. How is that possible if, as the UK shower say, international prices are rising?
Scotland gets the worst of it every which way: we produce the oil, face high prices and endure longer, colder winters.
Ricky Wallace Via e-mail