BBC to screen tribute to Celtic star Tommy Burns

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10 Sep, 2018
BBC to screen tribute to Celtic star Tommy Burns
The family of the late Tommy Burns have joined football ­legends to pay tribute to the Celtic and Scotland player in a documentary to be screened later this month.
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