Airdrie


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Airdrie

(âr`drē), town (1991 pop. 45,320), North Lanarkshire, S central Scotland. Chemicals and electrical and electronic equipment are produced. There are facilities for electronic research. Airdrie's free library was the first established in Scotland.

Airdrie

a town in W central Scotland, in North Lanarkshire, E of Glasgow: manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries. Pop.: 36 326 (2001)
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The football league which runs every Sunday evening at the Airdrie Leisure Centre hope to bring in a host of squads.
Findlay said: "Without a shadow of a doubt that was my best win yet as Airdrie manager.
Airdrie went full-time this season and were expected to challenge at the top of the table, but have managed just three league wins and surprisingly brought ex-Ayr manager Gordon Dalziel, who hasn't managed in ten years, into the club this week in an advisory role.
Airdrie is only the most recent example of how getting out of the boardroom and into the community gets us real results that work for patients.
Their attacking play was too predictable and they toiled to break down a well-organised Airdrie defence.
Remarkably, Airdrie have won two and drawn two of the four games between the sides this season.
Tensions run high between the clubs because Airdrie fans blame Ayr owner Bill Barr - who is also cash-strapped Airdrie's main creditor - for the financial demise of their club.
Airdrie Ladies drew their key clash with Blackburn - which handed their rivals the advantage in the title-race.
He formed a superb striking partnership with Drew Busby and they helped shock the likes of Manchester City on their way to the 1972 Texaco Cup Final where Airdrie unluckily lost out to Derby County.
Airdrie boss Gary Bollan said: "Credit to them but we caused our own problems.
Airdrie looked well on their way, leading 2-0 on the road with only three minutes to go, but goals by Paul Nugent and Chris Aitken gave Stirling hope for tomorrow's second leg.
AN Airdrie football thug has become the first fan in the country to be banned from every British ground Yob Izak Cowie, 38, a self-confessed member of Airdrie's notorious "Section B" casuals, is banned from matches in the UK until November 11, 2009.