The last time the Tartan Army marched into Tallinn, a canceled game sent them home with their insatiable appetite for soccer unappeased. This year, with a chance at the Euro 2000 finals hanging in the balance, Tricia Cornell reports on the Scottish fans who are back in force.When the Scottish national team travels to away games, an unofficial entourage that may number in the tens of thousands, known as the Tartan Army, troops along to give moral support. Scotland fans bought an estimated 1,100 advance tickets to the Sept. 8 Scotland-Estonia game, held at Tal-linn's Kadriorg Stadium. Experie...
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