Football: Mike Belief; LITTLE LIAM IS ONE OF FEW WHO DOUBT HIS HOTSHOT DAD HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO PLAY AT THE NEXT LEVEL
Byline: BY STEVEN RATTRAY
WITH a fistful of medals and a mantelpiece covered in trophies Fraserburgh flier Mike Stephen is a hero to the Broch support.
The only eyes last season's Highland League top scorer seems to have failed to catch are those of senior scouts - and his three--year-old son Liam.
Liam has started watching his dad play but insists on telling his old man he's rubbish.
That's despite the fact winger Stephen, 28, became the first Highland League player to score five goals in a single game for nearly 54 years against Nairn last Saturday.
Stephen, however, believes his time to move up a level has passed.
While he …
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Publication information: Article title: Football: Mike Belief; LITTLE LIAM IS ONE OF FEW WHO DOUBT HIS HOTSHOT DAD HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO PLAY AT THE NEXT LEVEL. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland). Publication date: August 25, 2004. Page number: 10. © 2009 Scottish Daily Record & Sunday. COPYRIGHT 2004 Gale Group.
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