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I am fulfilling my Bhoyhood dream British champion Scott Cardle: by playing for CelticTHE British lightweight champion is coming 'home' this weekend to play for Celtic in Sunday's charity match against Dunfermline.
17:16, 3 SEP 2015British lightweight champion Scott will play for Celtic this Sunday (Photo: Celtic FC) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email THE voice that booms down the phone is more Barrhead than Lytham St Anne's and this weekend, Scotty Cardle will be coming 'home' to fulfil one of his lifelong ambitions. Born and raised in Lancashire the 25 year old unbeaten British lightweight champion's accent is peppered with Scottish words and phrases and has been a talking louis vuitton alma red bag point among fight fans for years. It's all down to his Mum and Dad, Joe and Irene, who were born and raised in Glasgow before moving south to England while still in their teens. (Photo: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire) The Cardle's link to Scotland has never dwindled, if anything it has strengthened with brother Joe now part of the fixtures and fittings in the SPFL, having spent the past 10 years playing for Clyde, Airdrie, Raith Rovers, Ross County and enjoying two spells with current club Dunfermline. Now, on Sunday, the full Cardle clan will gather at East End Park, not to watch JoJo in action, but to see Scotty fulfill his and his Dad's dream of pulling on the Hoops and playing for Celtic against a team of Pars legends in a charity match honouring the late Jock Stein. "It's a chance in a million," said Cardle. "I am honoured to have been asked by the Celtic Foundation to be a part of it. (Photo: SNS Group) "My Mum and Dad are huge influences on me and my brother. They always encouraged us to go out and try any sport when we were kids and we both found one we loved. "Celtic has always been a massive part of our family as well. The club was like another brother to us in fact, louis vuitton evidence amazon my Dad's love for Celtic louis vuitton purses 2012 is almost as strong as his love for his boys. "I've lived down here all my life," Cardle continued. "I've been through English schools, but I am from a very close family and the accent's just rubbed off on me. (Photo: SNS) "My Dad would sneak us away without my Mum knowing and set up boxing matches between us!" he laughed. "JoJo always got the better of me but I was only a baby at the time. "We both went down the football route to start with but I was too lazy. "I was always good at dodging and weaving my Dad when I got into trouble as fake louis vuitton in atlanta well, so he knew it was boxing for me. He took me to the gym and from that day on, I loved it.
" The fight game was definitely the right game for the baby brother and despite the tartan trimmings, he represented England as an outstanding amateur, winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in 2010 before turning pro two years later. (Photo: Scott Heavey/Getty Images) "He brings a fear factor, I know what's at stake and that he can hurt me and I need that edge in fights, I know I can't switch off, even for a second.".
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