A PAIR of Partick Thistle fans will appear on Friday night's episode of topical Scottish football show A View From The Terrace after releasing a song based on their yearning to return to Firhill.

Neil Donaldson and Ian Mackinnon named their band after two managerial greats of the Maryhill club; Davie McParland, the manager who guided the Jags to League Cup success in 1971 by defeating Jock Stein's Celtic 4-1, and the legendary John Lambie, who enjoyed remarkable success at the helm in Glasgow's west end.

The Lambie McParlands initially started working on the tune before lockdown began before the ban of crowds from stadia led the song to take on a whole new meaning.

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The lyrics tell of a football fan desperate to return to Firhill so he can cheer on the Jags alongside his friends again.

The track is available to purchase as a download, with all proceeds going to the Partick Thistle Charitable Trust, who have been active within the local community for more than a decade, and have delivered thousands of meals to vulnerable people in Glasgow during the pandemic.

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The single is priced at just 99p but there is an option to pay more for those than can and want to.

“Return To Firhill Road” by The Lambie McParlands is available to purchase at: https://thelambiemcparlands.bandcamp.com/track/return-to-firhill-road