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I hope John Col-led it right.

Paul McStay spent the toughest month of his life before Euro 92 agonising over quitting the club he loved.

John Collins has just gone through the same agony - and McStay hopes his Celtic and Scotland buddy never regrets joining Monaco.

McStay said: "When I was out of contract in 1992 and I threw my shirt into the Jungle on the last day of the season I was just like John, weighing up my options.

"I could have gone. Then I played in the Euro Finals and that convinced me I didn't have to move to play against the best.

"But John must feel a move is right for him. It's our loss and France's gain because he's very talented.

"But I'm sure if we win a title he'll wish he'd been part of it."

PAUL McSTAY launched his new video this week The Maestro - and we've got TEN copies to give away.

We've teamed up with video producers Cameron Williams in a another sensational MailSport contest.

Just tell us: What year did Paul lead Celtic to the Tennents Scottish Cup?

Send your answer, with name, address and a daytime phone number, on a postcard or sealed envelope to: Paul McStay contest, Sunday Mail Sports Desk, Anderston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA.

Winners will be the first ten picked at random from the total entries. Normal Sunday Mail rules apply and the editor's decision is final.

PAUL will give half the money raised from the video to St Andrews Hospice, Airdrie.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:Waddell, Gordon
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 2, 1996
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