I do wonder at stuff like this. It just arrived in my inbox. The only thing I’ve changed is the login whch was a hyperlink (not that I’m suggesting any readers here would be so foolish -oh no!). There was a zip file attached presumably with a mock up flight ticket and very possibly a virus. Does anyone fall for stuff like this?
Thank you for using our new service “Buy flight ticket Online” on our website.
Your account has been created:
Your login: xxxxxxxx
Your password: pass7EU5
Your credit card has been charged for $457.01.
We would like to remind you that whenever you order tickets on our website you get a discount of 10%!
Attached to this message is the purchase Invoice and the flight ticket.
To use your ticket, simply print it on a color printed, and you are set to take off for the journey!
Sean O’Connor celebrates his historic goal for Queens.
After their quite remarkable run to the Scottish Cup final last season, Queen of the South last night played in European competition for the first time in their history. If they were looking for a wee bit of good fortune then they were, I’m sure, disappointed. Having had to switch the tie to Airdrie’s Broomfield because of stadium regulations, the game was in doubt because of flash floods and generally foul weather. This also meant that traffic was delayed and many fans were still on their way or queuing outside at kick off.
As for the game itself, a defensive blunder led to a corner and Queens going 1-0 down within two minutes. To their credit Queens fought back and equalised only to have their good work cancelled out two minutes later with a soft goal from the Danes. Despite playing well in the second half the Dumfries side couldn’t find a way through the well organised Nordsjaelland defence.
I don’t think historically a Scottish side has progressed in Europe after losing the first leg. It would be remarkable indeed if the Doonhamers were to score a first on that front. Still well done to them they have got where they are through sound financial management and good footballing decisions. They are a role model for other smaller clubs looking for that elusive path to improvement.