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Scotland's girls are not worthy!
 Women's Football News 13 Apr 2006
 
Scotland's girls are not worthy! - 13 Apr 2006 - Women's Football NewsScotland under-17's first half goal against the United States was greeted by an unusual celebration and goalscorer Daniel Dalziel revealed the story behind it to Women's Soccer Scene after the match, explaining it was sparked off by an act of forgetfulness by team mate Molly McKean. 
 
"Molly forgot her water bottle in training and, as a 'punishment', our manager Tony Gervaise made us bow on our knees to him after the session and say 'we're not worthy'. We then decided - initially Molly's idea - to do the same thing if we scored a goal and we didn't waste the chance!" laughed Danica.
 
Photo - Stephanie Handley, Danica Dalziel and Molly McKean in the midst of the goal celebration (James Prickett).

 
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