PB Week: On the march with the Tartan Army

Alasdair Stewart head of business development Chartered Insurance Institute

We were joining the Tartan Army, known as the Scottish travel club, to watch the national team take on Sweden, writes Alasdair Stewart, head of business development, general insurance, at the CII.

Experience tells me that being in the Army can be fairly testing, and so it proved. We travelled 600 miles, paid a fortune for flights, hotels, tickets and £8 pints, all to see the team go one goal behind after three minutes, and for the game to be effectively over as a competitive event by half-time

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