Scotland - International Matches 1956-1960


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(Match 248)  14th April 1956  (British Championship)
SCOTLAND - ENGLAND  1-1  (0-0)
Referee:   Leo Callaghan (Wales)
Crowd:     132.817, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:     1-0 Leggat (60), 1-1 Haynes (89)
SCOTLAND:
Thomas Younger			     (7/Hibernian) -
Alexander Hershaw Parker	     (6/Falkirk)
John Davidson Hewie		     (1/Charlton Athletic) -
Robert Evans			     (25/Celtic)
George Lewis Young [c]  	     (47/Rangers)
Archie Glen			     (2/Aberdeen) -
Graham Leggat			     (1/Aberdeen)
Robert Johnstone		     (17/Manchester City)
Lawrence Reilly			     (33/Hibernian)
John Livingstone (Ian) McMillan	     (5/Airdrieonians)
Gordon Smith			     (16/Hibernian)

ENGLAND:  (Manager:  Walter Winterbottom)
Reginald D.Matthews - Jeffrey James Hall, Roger William Byrne - James William Dickinson,
William Ambrose Wright [c], Duncan Edwards - Thomas Finney, Thomas Taylor, Nathaniel Lofthouse,
John Norman Haynes, William Perry.

Notes:	For the first time in the 72 year history of the British Championship, all 4 Countries
	finished level on points.		
			

(Match 249) 2nd May 1956 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Johann Bronkhorst (Holland) Crowd: 80.509, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Conn (12), 1-1 Wagner (14) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (8/Hibernian) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (7/Falkirk) John Davidson Hewie (2/Charlton Athletic) - Robert Evans (26/Celtic) George Lewis Young [c] (48/Rangers) Douglas Cowie (14/Dundee) - John Archie Mackenzie (9/Partick Thistle) Alfred Conn (1/Heart of Midlothian) Lawrence Reilly (34/Hibernian) Hugh Baird (1/Airdrieonians) Michael Joseph Cullen (1/Luton Town) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Josef Argauer) Bruno Engelmeier - Paul Halla, Leopold Barschandt - Ernst Ocwirk, Walter Kollman, Karl Koller - Herbert Grohs, Theodor Wagner, Gerhard Hanappi, Alfred Korner, Walter Haummer.
(Match 250) 20th October 1956 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-2) Referee: Robert Mann (England) Crowd: 60.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Ford (6), 1-1 Fernie (28), 2-1 Medwin (31), 2-2 Reilly (35) WALES: (Manager: Jimmy Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Alfred Thomas Sherwood, Melvyn Hopkins - Alan Charles Harrington, William Raymond Daniel, Derrick Sullivan, Terry Cameron Medwin - William (John) Charles, Trevor Ford, Ivor John Allchurch, Clifford William Jones. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (9/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (8/Falkirk) John Davidson Hewie (3/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (6/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (49/Rangers) Douglas Cowie (15/Dundee) - Graham Leggat (2/Aberdeen) John Knight Mudie (1/Blackpool) Lawrence Reilly (35/Hibernian) Robert Young Collins (9/Celtic) William Fernie (6/Celtic)
(Match 251) 7th November 1956 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Reginald J. Leafe (England) Crowd: 62.035, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Scott (25) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (10/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (9/Falkirk) John Davidson Hewie (4/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (7/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (50/Rangers) Douglas Cowie (16/Dundee) - Alexander Silcock Scott (1/Rangers) John Knight Mudie (2/Blackpool) Lawrence Reilly (36/Hibernian) James Wardhaugh (2/Heart of Midlothian) William Fernie (7/Celtic) NORTHERN IRELAND: Henry Gregg - William Edward Cunningham, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, John (Jackie) Blanchflower, Thomas Casey - William Laurence Bingham, James McIlroy, Robert (James) Shields, Thomas Dickson, Peter James McParland. Notes: George Young was the FIRST player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 252) 21st November 1956 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - YUGOSLAVIA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Pieter Paulus Roomer (Holland) Crowd: 55.500, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Mudie (36), 2-0 Baird (55) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (11/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (10/Falkirk) John Davidson Hewie (5/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (8/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (51/Rangers) Thomas Henderson Docherty (13/Preston North End) - Alexander Silcock Scott (2/Rangers) John Knight Mudie (3/Blackpool) Lawrence Reilly (37/Hibernian) Samuel Baird (1/Rangers) William Fernie (8/Celtic) YUGOSLAVIA: (Coach: Aleksandar Tirnanic) Vladimir Beara - Bruno Belin, Branko Stankovic - Lazar Tasic, Ivan Horvat, Vujadin Boskov - Aleksandar Petakovic, Milos Milutinovic, Tihomir Ognjanov, Bernard Vukas, Branislav (Branko) Zebec.
(Match 253) 6th April 1957 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (0-1) Referee: Pieter Paulus Roomer (Holland) Crowd: 97.520, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Ring (1), 1-1 Kevan (64), 2-1 Edwards (84) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Alan Hodgkinson - Jeffrey James Hall, Roger William Byrne - Ronald Clayton, William Ambrose Wright [c], Duncan Edwards - Stanley Matthews, Thomas Thompson, Thomas Finney, Derek Tennyson Kevan, Colin Grainger. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (12/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (1/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (6/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (9/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (52/Rangers) Thomas Henderson Docherty (14/Preston North End) - Robert Young Collins (10/Celtic) William Fernie (9/Celtic) Lawrence Reilly (38/Hibernian) John Knight Mudie (4/Blackpool) Thomas Ring (6/Clyde)
(Match 254) 8th May 1957 (World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - SPAIN 4-2 (2-1) Referee: Albert Dusch (West Germany) Crowd: 88.890, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Mudie (23), 1-1 Kubala (29), 2-1 Hewie (41) penalty, 2-2 Suarez (51), 3-2 Mudie (70), 4-2 Mudie (79) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (13/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (2/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (7/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (10/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (53/Rangers) Thomas Henderson Docherty (15/Preston North End) - Gordon Smith (17/Hibernian) Robert Young Collins (11/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (5/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (2/Rangers) Thomas Ring (7/Clyde) SPAIN: (Coach: Manuel Meana) Antonio Ramallets - Fernando Olivella, Marcelino Vaquero "Campanal" - Jesus Garay [c], Martin Verges, Jose Maria Zarraga - Miguel Gonzalez, Ladislao Kubala, Alfredo Di Stefano, Luis Suarez, Francisco Gento. Notes: The second Spanish goal is credited to Kubala in some sources.
(Match 255) 19th May 1957 (World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SWITZERLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Friedrich (Fritz) Seipelt (Austria) Crowd: 48.000, St.Jakob Stadion, Basle Goals: 1-0 Vonlanthen (13), 1-1 Mudie (33), 1-2 Collins (72) SWITZERLAND: Eugene Parlier - Willy Kernen, Harry Koch - Andre Grobety, Ivo Frosio, Heinz Schneiter - Charles Antenen, Eugen Meier, Roger Vonlanthen, Robert Ballaman, Ferdinando Riva. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (14/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (3/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (8/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (11/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (54/Rangers) Thomas Henderson Docherty (16/Preston North End) - Gordon Smith (18/Hibernian) Robert Young Collins (12/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (6/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (3/Rangers) Thomas Ring (8/Clyde)
(Match 256) 22nd May 1957 (Friendly match) WEST GERMANY - SCOTLAND 1-3 (0-2) Referee: Gottfried Dienst (Switzerland) Crowd: 76.000, Neckarstadion, Stuttgart Goals: 0-1 Collins (21), 0-2 Mudie (35), 0-3 Collins (55), 1-3 Siedl (71) WEST GERMANY: (Coach: Josef (Sepp) Herberger) Hans Tilkowski - Willi Gerdau, Erich Juskowiak - Georg Stollenwerk, Heinz Wewers, Horst Szymaniak - Helmut Rahn [c], Willi Schroder, Alfred Kelbassa, Alfred Schmidt, Gerhard Siedl. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (15/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (4/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (9/Charlton Athletic) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (12/Rangers) Robert Evans (27/Celtic) Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (17/Preston North End) - Alexander Silcock Scott (3/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (13/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (7/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (4/Rangers) Thomas Ring (9/Clyde)
(Match 257) 26th May 1957 (World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SPAIN - SCOTLAND 4-1 (3-0) Referee: Reginald J. Leafe (England) Crowd: 90.000, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid Goals: 1-0 Mateos (12), 2-0 Kubala (32), 3-0 Basora (35), 3-1 Smith (80), 4-1 Basora (87) SPAIN: (Coach: Manuel Meana) Antonio Ramallets - Juan Carlos Quincoces, Jesus Garay - Juan Segarra, Martin Verges, Enrique Gensana - Estanislao Basora [c], Ladislao Kubala, Alfredo Di Stefano, Enrique Mateos, Francisco Gento. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (16/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (5/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (10/Charlton Athletic) - David Craig Mackay (1/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Evans (28/Celtic) Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (18/Preston North End) - Gordon Smith (19/Hibernian) Robert Young Collins (14/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (8/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (5/Rangers) Thomas Ring (10/Clyde)
(Match 258) 5th October 1957 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Leo Callaghan (Wales) Crowd: 50.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 1-0 Bingham (47), 1-1 Leggat (59) NORTHERN IRELAND: William (Norman) McCourt Uprichard - William Edward Cunningham, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, John (Jackie) Blanchflower, Robert Peacock - William Laurence Bingham, William Simpson, William John McAdams, James McIlroy, Peter James McParland. SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (17/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (11/Falkirk) Eric Caldow (6/Rangers) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (13/Rangers) Robert Evans (29/Celtic) Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (19/Preston North End) - Graham Leggat (3/Aberdeen) Robert Young Collins (15/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (9/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (6/Rangers) Thomas Ring (11/Clyde)
(Match 259) 6th November 1957 (World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Reginald J. Leafe (England) Crowd: 58.811, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Robertson (29), 1-1 Riva (35), 2-1 Mudie (52), 3-1 Scott (70), 3-2 Vonlanthen (75) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (18/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (12/Falkirk) Eric Caldow (7/Rangers) - William Fernie (10/Celtic) Robert Evans (30/Celtic) Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (20/Preston North End) - Alexander Silcock Scott (4/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (16/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (10/Blackpool) Archibald Clark Robertson (4/Clyde) Thomas Ring (12/Clyde) SWITZERLAND: Eugene Parlier - Willy Kernen, Fritz Morf - Andre Grobety, Harry Koch, Heinz Schneiter - Francesco Chiesa, Robert Ballaman, Eugen Meier, Roger Vonlanthen, Ferdinando Riva.
(Match 260) 13th November 1957 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-1 (1-0) Referee: John Harold Clough (England) Crowd: 42.918, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Collins (14), 1-1 Medwin (75) SCOTLAND: Thomas Younger (19/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (13/Falkirk) Eric Caldow (8/Rangers) - Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (21/Preston North End) Robert Evans (31/Celtic) William Fernie (11/Celtic) - Alexander Silcock Scott (5/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (17/Celtic) James Ian Gardiner (1/Motherwell) John Knight Mudie (11/Blackpool) Thomas Ewing (1/Partick Thistle) WALES: (Manager: Jimmy Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Stuart Grenville Williams, Melvyn Hopkins - Alan Charles Harrington, Melfyn Charles, David Lloyd Bowen - Leonard Allchurch, William Charles Harris, Terry Cameron Medwin, Thomas Royston Vernon, Clifford William Jones.
(Match 261) 19th April 1958 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-4 (0-2) Referee: Albert Dusch (West Germany) Crowd: 127.874, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Douglas (22), 0-2 Kevan (35), 0-3 Charlton (66), 0-4 Kevan (74) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/1) Thomas Younger (20/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (14/Falkirk) Harry Haddock (6/Clyde) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (14/Rangers) Robert Evans (32/Celtic) Thomas Henderson Docherty [c] (22/Preston North End) - George Herd (1/Clyde) James Murray (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Knight Mudie (12/Blackpool) James Forrest (1/Motherwell) Thomas Ewing (2/Partick Thistle) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Edward Hopkinson - Donald Howe, Ernest James Langley - Ronald Clayton, William Ambrose Wright [c], William John Slater - Bryan Douglas, Robert Charlton, Derek Tennyson Kevan, John Norman Haynes, Thomas Finney. Notes: Matthew Busby was officially the Scotland Manager, but Trainer Dawson Walker was left in charge of the players due to the tragedy of the Munich Air Disaster in February 1958, in which Busby was seriously injured.
(Match 262) 7th May 1958 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - HUNGARY 1-1 (1-0) Referee: John Harold Clough (England) Crowd: 54.900, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Mudie (14), 1-1 Fenyvesi (52) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/2) Thomas Younger [c] (21/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (9/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (11/Charlton Athletic) - Edward Hunter Turnbull (5/Hibernian) Robert Evans (33/Celtic) Douglas Cowie (17/Dundee) - Graham Leggat (4/Aberdeen) James Murray (2/Heart of Midlothian) John Knight Mudie (13/Blackpool) Robert Young Collins (18/Celtic) James John Stewart Imlach (1/Nottingham Forest) HUNGARY: (Coach: Lajos Baroti) Gyula Grosics - Sandor Matrai, Ferenc Sipos - Laszlo Sarosi, Joszef Bozsik, Pal Berendi - Laszlo Budai, Ferenc Machos, Lajos Tichy, Dezso Bundzsak, Mate Fenyvesi.
(Match 263) 1st June 1958 (Friendly match) POLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Jeno Sramko (Hungary) Crowd: 70.000, Stadion Dziesieciolecia, Warsaw Goals: 0-1 Collins (21), 0-2 Collins (53), 1-2 Cieslik (84) POLAND: (Coach: Henryk Reyman) Edward Szymkowiak - Henryk Szczepanski, Roman Korynt - Jerzy Wozniak, Witold Majewski, Edmund Zientara - Marian Nowara, Marian Norkowski, Henryk Kempny, Gerard Cieslik [c], Roman Lentner. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/3) Thomas Younger [c] (22/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (10/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (12/Charlton Athletic) - Edward Hunter Turnbull (6/Hibernian) Robert Evans (34/Celtic) Douglas Cowie (18/Dundee) - Graham Leggat (5/Aberdeen) James Murray (3/Heart of Midlothian) John Knight Mudie (14/Blackpool) Robert Young Collins (19/Celtic) James John Stewart Imlach (2/Nottingham Forest)
(Match 264) 8th June 1958 (World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) YUGOSLAVIA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Paul Raymond Wyssling (Switzerland) Crowd: 9.591, Arosvallen, Vasteras Goals: 1-0 Petakovic (6), 1-1 Murray (48) YUGOSLAVIA: (Coach: Aleksandar Tirnanic) Vladimir Beara - Vasilije Sijakovic, Branislav (Branko) Zebec - Tomislav Crnkovic, Dobrosav Krstic, Vujadin Boskov - Aleksandar Petakovic, Todor Veselinovic, Milos Milutinovic, Dragoslav Sekularac, Zdravko Rajkov. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/4) Thomas Younger [c] (23/Liverpool) - Eric Caldow (11/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (13/Charlton Athletic) - Edward Hunter Turnbull (7/Hibernian) Robert Evans (35/Celtic) Douglas Cowie (19/Dundee) - Graham Leggat (6/Aberdeen) James Murray (4/Heart of Midlothian) John Knight Mudie (15/Blackpool) Robert Young Collins (20/Celtic) James John Stewart Imlach (3/Nottingham Forest)
(Match 265) 11th June 1958 (World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) PARAGUAY - SCOTLAND 3-2 (2-1) Referee: Vincenzo Orlandini (Italy) Crowd: 11.665, Idrottspark, Norrkoping Goals: 1-0 Aguero (4), 1-1 Mudie (24), 2-1 Re (44), 3-1 Parodi (73), 3-2 Collins (76) PARAGUAY: (Coach: Aurelio Gonzalez) Samuel Aguilar - Edelmiro Arevalo, Claudio Lezcano - Eligio Echague, Salvador Villalba, Ignacio Achucarro - Juan Bautista Aguero, Jose del Rosario Parodi, Jorgelino Romero, Cayetano Re, Florencio Amarilla. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/5) Thomas Younger [c] (24/Liverpool) - Alexander Hershaw Parker (15/Everton) Eric Caldow (12/Rangers) - Edward Hunter Turnbull (8/Hibernian) Robert Evans (36/Celtic) Douglas Cowie (20/Dundee) - Graham Leggat (7/Aberdeen) Robert Young Collins (21/Celtic) John Knight Mudie (16/Blackpool) Archibald Clark Robertson (5/Clyde) William Fernie (12/Celtic)
(Match 266) 15th June 1958 (World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 2-1 (2-0) Referee: Juan Regis Brozzi (Argentina) Crowd: 13.554, Eyravallen, Orebro Goals: 1-0 "Kopa" (21), 2-0 Fontaine (45), 2-1 Baird (66) FRANCE: (Coach: Albert Batteaux) Claude Abbes - Raymond Kaelbel, Robert Jonquet [c] - Andre Lerond, Armand Penverne, Jean-Jacques Marcel - Maryan Wisnieski, Just Fontaine, Raymond Kopaszewski "Kopa", Roger Piantoni, Jean Vincent. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Dawson Walker/6) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (1/Dundee) - Eric Caldow (13/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (14/Charlton Athletic) - Edward Hunter Turnbull (9/Hibernian) Robert Evans [c] (37/Celtic) David Craig Mackay (2/Heart of Midlothian) - Robert Young Collins (22/Celtic) James Murray (5/Heart of Midlothian) John Knight Mudie (17/Blackpool) Samuel Baird (7/Rangers) James John Stewart Imlach (4/Nottingham Forest) Notes: John Hewie missed a 23rd minute penalty kick.
(Match 267) 18th October 1958 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Reginald J. Leafe (England) Crowd: 59.162, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Leggat (30), 0-2 Law (63), 0-3 Collins (79) WALES: (Manager: Jimmy Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Stuart Grenville Williams, Melvyn Hopkins - Derrick Sullivan, Melfyn Charles, David Lloyd Bowen - Leonard Allchurch, Thomas Royston Vernon, Terry Cameron Medwin, Ivor John Allchurch, Phillip Abraham Woosnam. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Matthew Busby/1) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (2/Dundee) - John Grant (1/Hibernian) Eric Caldow (14/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay [c] (3/Heart of Midlothian) William Toner (1/Kilmarnock) Thomas Henderson Docherty (23/Arsenal) - Graham Leggat (8/Fulham) Robert Young Collins (23/Everton) David George Herd (1/Arsenal) Denis Law (1/Huddersfield Town) John Gillespie Henderson (6/Arsenal)
(Match 268) 5th November 1958 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 2-2 (0-0) Referee: John Harold Clough (England) Crowd: 72.732, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Herd (53), 2-0 Collins (57), 2-1 Caldow (74) own goal, 2-2 McIlroy (83) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Matthew Busby/2) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (3/Dundee) - John Grant (2/Hibernian) Eric Caldow (15/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay [c] (4/Heart of Midlothian) William Toner (2/Kilmarnock) Thomas Henderson Docherty (24/Arsenal) - Graham Leggat (9/Fulham) Robert Young Collins (24/Everton) David George Herd (2/Arsenal) Denis Law (2/Huddersfield Town) John Gillespie Henderson (7/Arsenal) NORTHERN IRELAND: William (Norman) McCourt Uprichard - Richard Matthewson Keith, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, William Edward Cunningham, Robert Peacock - William Laurence Bingham, Wilbur Cush, William Simpson, James McIlroy, Peter James McParland.
(Match 269) 11th April 1959 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Joaquim Fernandes de Campos (Portugal) Crowd: 98.329, Wembley Stadium, London Goal: 1-0 Charlton (59) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Edward Hopkinson - Donald Howe, Graham L.Shaw - Ronald Clayton, William Ambrose Wright [c], Ronald Flowers - Bryan Douglas, Peter Frank Broadbent, Robert Charlton, John Norman Haynes, Albert Douglas Holden. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/7) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (4/Dundee) - Duncan MacKay (1/Celtic) Eric Caldow (16/Rangers) - Thomas Henderson Docherty (25/Arsenal) Robert Evans [c] (38/Celtic) David Craig Mackay (5/Tottenham Hotspur) - Graham Leggat (10/Fulham) Robert Young Collins (25/Everton) David George Herd (3/Arsenal) John Dick (1/West Ham United) William Esplin Ormond (6/Hibernian) Notes: This was the second time Andrew Beattie had the honour of managing Scotland.
(Match 270) 6th May 1959 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - WEST GERMANY 3-2 (3-2) Referee: Arthur Edward Ellis (England) Crowd: 103.415, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 White (1), 2-0 Weir (6), 2-1 Seeler (14), 3-1 Leggat (23), 3-2 Juskowiak (30) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/8) George Neil Farm (8/Blackpool) - Duncan MacKay (2/Celtic) Eric Caldow (17/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay (6/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Evans [c] (39/Celtic) Robert Johnston McCann (1/Motherwell) - Graham Leggat (11/Fulham) John Anderson White (1/Falkirk) Ian St John (1/Motherwell) Robert Young Collins (26/Everton) Andrew Best Weir (1/Motherwell) WEST GERMANY: (Coach: Josef (Sepp) Herberger) Gunter Sawitzki - Erich Juskowiak, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger - Helmut Benthaus, Herbert Erhardt, Horst Szymaniak - Helmut Rahn [c], Rolf Geiger, Uwe Seeler, Alfred Schmidt, Hans Schafer.
(Match 271) 27th May 1959 (Friendly match) HOLLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-0) Referee: Joaquim Fernandes de Campos (Portugal) Crowd: 55.000, Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam Goals: 1-0 van der Gijp (18), 1-1 Collins (61), 1-2 Leggat (65) HOLLAND: (Coach: Elek Schwartz) Frans de Munck - Roel Wiersma, Hans Kraay - Jan Notermans, Cor van der Hart, Jan Klaassens - Piet van der Kuil, Kees Rijvers, Leo Canjels, Cor van der Gijp, Coen Moulijn. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/9) George Neil Farm (9/Blackpool) - Duncan MacKay (3/Celtic) Eric Caldow (18/Rangers) - John Eric Smith (1/Celtic) Robert Evans [c] (40/Celtic) John Davidson Hewie (15/Charlton Athletic) - Graham Leggat (12/Fulham) Robert Young Collins (27/Everton) John Anderson White (2/Falkirk) Denis Law (3/Huddersfield Town) Robert (Bertie) Auld (1/Celtic) Notes: In his first International, Bertie Auld was sent-off after 93 Minutes.
(Match 272) 3rd June 1959 (Friendly match) PORTUGAL - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Daniel Zariquiegui (Spain) Crowd: 30.000, Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon Goal: 1-0 MATATEU (25) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Jose Maria Antunes) ACURSIO Freire Alves Carrelo - VIRGILIO Marques MENDES [c], ANGELO Gaspar Martins - FERNANDO Mamede MENDES, RAUL Antonio Leandro FIGUEIREDO, VICENTE Lucas da Fonseca - CARLOS Domingos DUARTE, MARIO Esteves COLUNA, Sebastiao Lucas da Fonseca-MATATEU, Augusto Francisco ROCHA, HERNANI Ferreira da Silva. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/10) George Neil Farm (10/Blackpool) - Duncan MacKay (4/Celtic) Eric Caldow (19/Rangers) - John Eric Smith (2/Celtic) Robert Evans [c] (41/Celtic) John Davidson Hewie (16/Charlton Athletic) - Alexander Silcock Scott (6/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (28/Everton) John Anderson White (3/Falkirk) Denis Law (4/Huddersfield Town) Robert (Bertie) Auld (2/Celtic)
(Match 273) 3rd October 1959 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-4 (0-3) Referee: Reginald J. Leafe (England) Crowd: 59.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Leggat (25), 0-2 Hewie (34) penalty, 0-3 White (41), 0-4 Mulhall (54) NORTHERN IRELAND: Henry Gregg - Richard Matthewson Keith, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, William Edward Cunningham, Robert Peacock - William Laurence Bingham, Wilbur Cush, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, James McIlroy, Peter James McParland. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/11) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (5/Tottenham Hotspur) - Eric Caldow (20/Rangers) John Davidson Hewie (17/Charlton Athletic) - David Craig Mackay (7/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Evans [c] (42/Celtic) Robert Johnston McCann (2/Motherwell) - Graham Leggat (13/Fulham) John Anderson White (4/Falkirk) Ian St John (2/Motherwell) Denis Law (5/Huddersfield Town) George Mulhall (1/Aberdeen)
(Match 274) 4th November 1959 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 55.813, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Charles (8), 1-1 Leggat (46) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/12) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (6/Tottenham Hotspur) - Eric Caldow (21/Rangers) David Craig Mackay (8/Tottenham Hotspur) - John Davidson Hewie (18/Charlton Athletic) Robert Evans [c] (43/Celtic) Robert Johnston McCann (3/Motherwell) - Graham Leggat (14/Fulham) John Anderson White (5/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (3/Motherwell) Denis Law (6/Huddersfield Town) Robert (Bertie) Auld (3/Celtic) WALES: (Manager: Jimmy Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Stuart Grenville Williams, Melvyn Hopkins - Derrick Sullivan, William John Charles, Colin Walter Baker - Terry Cameron Medwin, Phillip Abraham Woosnam, Graham Moore, Ivor John Allchurch, Clifford William Jones.
(Match 275) 9th April 1960 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Jeno Sramko (Hungary) Crowd: 129.193, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Leggat (16), 1-1 Charlton (49) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/13) Francis Haffey (1/Celtic) - Duncan MacKay (5/Celtic) Eric Caldow (22/Rangers) - John Cumming (5/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Evans [c] (44/Celtic) Robert Johnston McCann (4/Motherwell) - Graham Leggat (15/Fulham) Alexander Young (1/Heart of Midlothian) Ian St John (4/Motherwell) Denis Law (7/Manchester City) Andrew Best Weir (2/Motherwell) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Ronald D.G.Springett - James Christopher Armfield, Ramon Wilson - Ronald Clayton [c], William John Slater, Ronald Flowers - John Michael Connelly, Peter Frank Broadbent, Joseph Henry Baker, Raymond Alan Parry, Robert Charlton.
(Match 276) 4th May 1960 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - POLAND 2-3 (1-2) Referee: Arthur Holland (England) Crowd: 26.643, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Baszkiewicz (11), 1-1 Law (23), 1-2 Brychzy (29), 2-2 St John (46), 2-3 Pol (60) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/14) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (7/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (6/Celtic) John Davidson Hewie (19/Charlton Athletic) - David Craig Mackay (9/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Evans [c] (45/Celtic) John Cumming (6/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Leggat (16/Fulham) John Anderson White (6/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (5/Motherwell) Denis Law (8/Manchester City) Andrew Best Weir (3/Motherwell) POLAND: (Coach: Jean Prouff) Tomasz Stefaniszyn (Edward Szymkowiak 77) - Henryk Szczepanski, Henryk Grzybowski - Fryderyk Monica, Adam Michael, Edmund Zientara [c] - Jan Kowalski, Lucjan Brychczy, Stanislaw Hachorek, Ernest Pol, Krzysztof Baszkiewicz. Notes: John Hewie missed a 21st minute penalty kick.
(Match 277) 29th May 1960 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 4-1 (3-0) Referee: Albert Dusch (West Germany) Crowd: 60.000, Praterstadion, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Hanappi (26), 2-0 Hanappi (31), 3-0 Hof (44), 4-0 Hof (63), 4-1 Mackay (76) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Karl Decker) Walter Zeman - Erich Hasenkopf, Franz Swoboda - Walter Skocik, Walter Glechner, Karl Koller - Rudolf Flogel, Gerhard Hanappi, Erich Hof, Josef Hamerl, Karl Skerlan. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/15) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (8/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (7/Celtic) Eric Caldow (23/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay (10/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Evans [c] (46/Chelsea) John Cumming (7/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Leggat (17/Fulham) John Anderson White (7/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (6/Motherwell) Denis Law (9/Manchester City) Andrew Best Weir (4/Motherwell) Subs: Alexander Young (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Denis Law (12 Minutes)
(Match 278) 5th June 1960 (Friendly match) HUNGARY - SCOTLAND 3-3 (1-1) Referee: Arthur Edward Ellis (England) Crowd: 90.000, Nepstadion, Budapest Goals: 1-0 Sandor (19), 1-1 Hunter (34), 1-2 Herd (62), 1-3 Young (66), 2-3 Gorocs (77), 3-3 Tichy (92) HUNGARY: (Coach: Lajos Baroti) Gyula Grosics - Sandor Matrai, Ferenc Sipos - Jeno Dalnoki, Dezso Bundzsak, Antal Kotasz - Karoly Sandor, Janos Gorocs, Florian Albert, Lajos Tichy, Mate Fenyvesi. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/16) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (9/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (8/Celtic) Eric Caldow (24/Rangers) - John Cumming (8/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Evans [c] (47/Chelsea) David Craig Mackay (11/Tottenham Hotspur) - Graham Leggat (18/Fulham) George Herd (2/Clyde) Alexander Young (3/Heart of Midlothian) William Hunter (1/Motherwell) Andrew Best Weir (5/Motherwell)
(Match 279) 8th June 1960 (Friendly match) TURKEY - SCOTLAND 4-2 (3-1) Referee: Erich Steiner (Austria) Crowd: 22.507, Ankara 19 Mayis Stadyumu, Ankara Goals: 1-0 Oktay (9), 1-1 Caldow (12) penalty, 2-1 Kuçukandonyadis (33), 3-1 Kuçukandonyadis (35), 4-1 Senol Birol (63), 4-2 Young (72) TURKEY: Turgay Seren - Naci Erdem, Basri Dirimlili - Suat Mamat, Ergun Ercins, Kaya Kostepen - Lefter Kuçukandonyadis, Can Bartu, Metin Oktay, Birol Pekel, Senol Birol. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Beattie/17) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (10/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (9/Celtic) Eric Caldow (25/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay (12/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Evans [c] (48/Chelsea) John Cumming (9/Heart of Midlothian) - John Anderson White (8/Tottenham Hotspur) George Herd (3/Clyde) Alexander Young (4/Heart of Midlothian) William Hunter (2/Motherwell) Andrew Best Weir (6/Motherwell)
(Match 280) 22nd October 1960 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Arthur Holland (England) Crowd: 55.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Jones (44), 2-0 Vernon (73) WALES: (Manager: Jimmy Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Alan Charles Harrington, Graham Evan Williams - Victor Herbert Crowe, Melvyn Tudor George Nurse, Colin Walter Baker - Terry Cameron Medwin, Phillip Abraham Woosnam, Kenneth Leek, Thomas Royston Vernon, Clifford William Jones. SCOTLAND: Lawrence Grant Leslie (1/Airdrieonians) - Duncan MacKay (10/Celtic) Eric Caldow [c] (26/Rangers) - James Gabriel (1/Everton) John Martins (1/Motherwell) David Craig Mackay (13/Tottenham Hotspur) - George Herd (4/Clyde) John Anderson White (9/Tottenham Hotspur) Alexander Young (5/Heart of Midlothian) William Hunter (3/Motherwell) David Wilson (1/Rangers) Notes: Andrew Beattie resigned just before this match to concentrate on his Managerial duties at Nottingham Forest.
(Match 281) 9th November 1960 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 5-2 (2-0) Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 34.564, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Law (8), 2-0 Caldow (43) penalty, 2-1 Blanchflower (48), 3-1 Young (72), 4-1 Brand (80), 4-2 McParland (84), 5-2 Brand (90) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/1) Lawrence Grant Leslie (2/Airdrieonians) - Duncan MacKay (11/Celtic) Eric Caldow [c] (27/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay (14/Tottenham Hotspur) John Boyd Plenderleith (1/Manchester City) James Curran Baxter (1/Rangers) - George Herd (5/Clyde) Denis Law (10/Manchester City) Alexander Young (6/Heart of Midlothian) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (1/Rangers) David Wilson (2/Rangers) NORTHERN IRELAND: Henry Gregg - Richard Matthewson Keith, Alexander Russell Elder - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, Thomas Forde, Robert Peacock - William Laurence Bingham, Walter Bruce, William John McAdams, James Joseph Nicholson, Peter James McParland.


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