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West Lothian Scotland fan sets off for Euros in campervan with Braveheart wraparound

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A West Lothian diehard Scotland fan is setting off in a 20-year-old campervan sporting a Braveheart wraparound with the aim of ending up in Germany for the opening of the Euros.

Mr Murray along with his mate decided they wanted to make the trip to cheer on Scotland in a van but when they found their vehicle they came to the conclusion that it was needing a touch up.




The 52-year-old Tartan Army faithful forked out over £1,000 to put pictures of Mel Gibson in Braveheart, Scotland midfielder John McGinn, captain Andy Robertson, dynamo Billy Gilmour, goal merchant McSauce, gaffer Steve Clarke and even Nessie alongside a message of ‘No Scotland, No Party’ across the van, the Daily Record reports.

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He is now set to make the 900-mile journey to Stuttgart on June 18.

Speaking to the Record Mr Murray said: “I was looking for a van because we were thinking of going to the Euros and then saw this one. An old couple in Arbroath were selling it to make money to put their parents into a home.

“It was built in 2004, it’s in pristine condition and only has 50,000 miles on the clock so I bought it in December and it had just been sitting there for months.

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