Two loyal footy fans are flying the flag for Scotland at the World Cup in Qatar. Father and son Hearts fans Gerry and Mark Campbell proudly wore the team shirts in Doha's Red Lion pub.
Mark, 33, an accountant based in Dubai, and retired engineer Gerry, of Glasgow, are going to the England v US game - despite taking some flak from England fans.
When asked who they will support at the game, Mark said: "Need you ask? We have had a couple of comments like 'are you lost?' But we are here to watch football - and it has been great so far." They compared their 'tents in the desert' in a fan village to the facilities offered at a music festival.
It has cost 1,000 US dollars for five days, 100 US dollars a night for each of them. "We applied for a few tickets, took pot luck and got the England game against the US," added Mark. "It will be wild at 10pm on a Friday night for the kick off.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk