Andy Murray is British again...

  dagbladet 12:08 28 Jan 2010

...having reached the final of the Australian open. He may revert to Jockanese by Sunday lunchtime.

  craig42 12:17 28 Jan 2010

Whether he wins on Sunday or not he will be a proud SCOT to his family

  shellship 16:50 28 Jan 2010

With a Scots father and an English mother I was confused until I was present at Twickenham in, I think, the 50s when Hancock scored a try to win the Calcutta Cup for England. I then knew I was a Scot; but still describe myself as British so am still mixed up. Sad case.

  morddwyd 18:08 28 Jan 2010

I knew I had been in Scotland too long when I, who never missed a match at Cardiff Arms Park between 1946 and 1956, found myself cheering Glasgow Warriors when they were playing Cardiff Blues!

  Forum Editor 18:26 28 Jan 2010

He always looks as though he's sucked a lemon - not an ounce of personality in sight, and morose with it.

  shellship 18:27 28 Jan 2010

I nearly became a Welshman when I was at Cardiff Arms Park watching the Barbarians (Lions) beat the All Blacks.

  190119 18:59 28 Jan 2010

Can't argue with that!

  morddwyd 20:04 28 Jan 2010

To quote a very early "The Bill" script (Sgt Twentyman, remember him?) - "He's a Celt, he's got built in misery."!

  cream. 20:32 28 Jan 2010


  Legolas 13:42 29 Jan 2010

I think you are definately Scottish only a Scot would say "my big sister" most of the lesser nations would say my older sister.

As to the comments regarding Andy Murray well jealousy is never a pleasant trait.

  Awshum 15:12 29 Jan 2010

Forum Editor made me LOL.

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