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(Match 316)  2nd April 1966  (British Championship)
SCOTLAND - ENGLAND  3-4  (1-2)
Referee:   Henri Faucheux (France)
Crowd:     123.052, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:     0-1 Hurst (18), 0-2 Hunt (34), 1-2 Law (41), 1-3 Hunt (47), 2-3 W.Johnston (57),
	   2-4 R.Charlton (73), 3-4 W.Johnston (81)
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  John Prentice/1)
Robert Ferguson			     (2/Kilmarnock) -
John Greig [c]   	             (15/Rangers)
Thomas Gemmell			     (1/Celtic) -
Robert W.Murdoch		     (4/Celtic)
Ronald McKinnon			     (4/Rangers)
James Curran Baxter		     (28/Sunderland) -
James Johnstone			     (3/Celtic)
William Semple Brown Wallace	     (2/Heart of Midlothian)
Denis Law			     (35/Manchester United)
William John Bremner		     (5/Leeds United)
William Johnston		     (3/Rangers)

ENGLAND:  (Manager:  Alfred Ernest Ramsey)
Gordon Banks - George Reginald Cohen, Keith Robert Newton - Norbert Peter Stiles, John (Jack)
Charlton, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Alan James Ball, Rogert Hunt, Robert Charlton,
Geoffrey Charles Hurst, John Michael Connelly.
			

(Match 317) 11th May 1966 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - HOLLAND 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Kenneth Dagnall (England) Crowd: 16.513, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Nuninga (14), 0-2 van der Kuijlen (52), 0-3 van der Kuijlen (84) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Prentice/2) Robert Ferguson (3/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (16/Rangers) David Provan (5/Rangers) - Patrick Gordon Stanton (1/Hibernian) Ronald McKinnon (5/Rangers) David Bruce Smith (1/Aberdeen) - William Henderson (21/Rangers) Andrew Penman (1/Dundee) James Scott (1/Hibernian) William Semple Brown Wallace (3/Heart of Midlothian) William Johnston (4/Rangers) HOLLAND: (Coach: Georg Kessler) Eduard Pieters Graafland - Frederik Flinkevleugel, Emil (Miel) Pijs - Daniel Schrijvers, Cor Veldhoen, Willy Dullens - Bernardus (Bennie) Muller, Jesaia (Sjaak) Swart, Willy van der Kuijlen, Klaas Nuninga, Peter Jan Keizer.
(Match 318) 18th June 1966 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - PORTUGAL 0-1 (0-0) Referee: George McCabe (England) Crowd: 23.332, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 JOSE TORRES (72) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Prentice/3) Robert Ferguson (4/Kilmarnock) - William J.Bell (1/Leeds United) Edward Graham McCreadie (9/Chelsea) - John Greig [c] (17/Rangers) John McGrory (3/Kilmarnock) William John Bremner (6/Leeds United) - Alexander Silcock Scott (15/Everton) Charles Cooke (3/Chelsea) Alexander Young (8/Everton) James Curran Baxter (29/Sunderland) John Evans Wright Sinclair (1/Leicester City) Subs: Stephen Chalmers (3/Celtic) for Alexander Young (46 Minutes) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Manuel da Luz Afonso) JOSE PEREIRA - Joao Pedro MORAIS, Jose ALEXANDRE da Silva BAPTISTA - VICENTE Lucas da Fonseca, HILARIO Rosario da Conceiçao, JAIME da Silva GRAÇA - MARIO Esteves COLUNA, JOSE AUGUSTO Pinto de Almeida (Fernando PERES da Silva 80), EUSEBIO da Silva Ferreira, JOSE Augusto da Costa Senica TORRES, ANTONIO SIMOES da Costa.
(Match 319) 25th June 1966 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - BRAZIL 1-1 (1-1) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 74.933, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Chalmers (1), 1-1 SERVILIO (15) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Prentice/4) Robert Ferguson (5/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (18/Rangers) William J.Bell (2/Leeds United) - William John Bremner (7/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (6/Rangers) John Clark (1/Celtic) - Alexander Silcock Scott (16/Everton) Charles Cooke (4/Chelsea) Stephen Chalmers (4/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (30/Sunderland) Peter Barr Cormack (1/Hibernian) BRAZIL: (Coach: Vicente Feola) GILMAR dos Santos Neves - Jose Maria FIDELIS dos Santos, Hideraldo Luiz BELLINI [c] - Jose Ely de Miranda-ZITO (Antonio LIMA dos Santos 62), ORLANDO Peçanha de Carvalho, PAULO HENRIQUE Souza de Oliveira - Jair Ventura Filho-JAIRZINHO, GERSON de Oliveira Nunes, SERVILIO de Jesus Filho (Walter Machado da SILVA 70), Edson Arantes do Nascimento-PELÉ, AMARILDO Tavares da Silveira. Notes: The Birth Certificate of Pelé (No. 7095, sheet 123, book 21-A of the Registry of Tres Coraçoes - his birthplace -) shows the name "Edison Arantes do Nascimento" and the date of birth "21st October 1940". However, Pelé has always maintained that he was actually named Edson and that he was born on 23rd October 1940 as is written on his Certificate of Baptism.
(Match 320) 22nd October 1966 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Kenneth Dagnall (England) Crowd: 33.269, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 R.T.Davies (76), 1-1 Law (86) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) Gareth Sprake - Peter Joseph Rodrigues, Graham Evan Williams - William Terrence Hennessey, Harold (Michael) England, Barrington Gerard Hole - Gilbert Ivor Reece, Ronald Wyn Davies, Ronald Tudor Davies, Clifford William Jones, Alan Leslie Jarvis. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Malcolm MacDonald/1) Robert Ferguson (6/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (19/Rangers) Thomas Gemmell (2/Celtic) - William John Bremner (8/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (7/Rangers) John Clark (2/Celtic) - James Johnstone (4/Celtic) Denis Law (36/Manchester United) Joseph McBride (1/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (31/Sunderland) William Henderson (22/Rangers)
(Match 321) 16th November 1966 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 2-1 (2-1) Referee: John Keith Taylor (England) Crowd: 45.281, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Nicholson (9), 1-1 Murdoch (14), 2-1 Lennox (35) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Malcolm MacDonald/2) Robert Ferguson (7/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (20/Rangers) Thoams Gemmell (3/Celtic) - William John Bremner (9/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (8/Rangers) John Clark (3/Celtic) - William Henderson (23/Rangers) Robert W.Murdoch (5/Celtic) Joseph McBride (2/Celtic) Stephen Chalmers (5/Celtic) Robert Lennox (1/Celtic) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Peacock) Patrick Anthony Jennings - John Parke, Alexander Russell Elder - Martin Harvey, William John (Terence) Neill, James Joseph Nicholson - Samuel Wilson, John Andrew Crossan, William John Irvine, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, David Clements.
(Match 322) 15th April 1967 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-3 (0-1) Referee: Gerhard Schulenburg (West Germany) Crowd: 99.063, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Law (27), 0-2 Lennox (78), 1-2 J.Charlton (84), 1-3 McCalliog (87), 2-3 Hurst (88) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - George Reginald Cohen, Ramon Wilson - Norbert Peter Stiles, John (Jack) Charlton, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Alan James Ball, James Peter Greaves, Robert Charlton, Geoffrey Charles Hurst, Martin Stanford Peters. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/1) Ronald Campbell Simpson (1/Celtic) - Thomas Gemmell (4/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (10/Chelsea) - John Greig [c] (21/Rangers) Ronald McKinnon (9/Rangers) William John Bremner (10/Leeds United) - James McCalliog (1/Sheffield Wednesday) Denis Law (37/Manchester United) William Semple Brown Wallace (4/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (32/Sunderland) Robert Lennox (2/Celtic)
(Match 323) 10th May 1967 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - USSR 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Laurens van Ravens (Holland) Crowd: 53.497, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Gemmell (17) own goal, 0-2 Medvid (41) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/2) Ronald Campbell Simpson (2/Celtic) - Thomas Gemmell (5/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (11/Chelsea) - John Clark (4/Celtic) William McNeill (20/Celtic) James Curran Baxter [c] (33/Sunderland) - James Johnstone (5/Celtic) Francis McLintock (5/Arsenal) James McCalliog (2/Sheffield Wednesday) Denis Law (38/Manchester United) Robert Lennox (3/Celtic) Subs: William Semple Brown Wallace (5/Celtic) for Denis Law (45 Minutes) USSR: (Coach: Mikhail Jakushin) Lev Jashin - Valentin Afonin, Albert Shesternev [c] - Murtaz Khurtsilava, Vasilij Danilov, Valerij Voronin - Igor Chislenko, Jozsef Sabo, Fedor Medvid, Eduard Streltsov, Eduard Malofeev.
(Match 324) 21st October 1967 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 55.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goal: 1-0 Clements (67) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: William Laurence Bingham) Patrick Anthony Jennings - William McKeag, John Parke - Arthur Stewart, William John Terence Neill, David Clements - William Gibson Campbell, John Andrew Crossan, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, James Joseph Nicholson, George Best. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/3) Ronald Campbell Simpson (3/Celtic) - Thomas Gemmell (6/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (12/Chelsea) - John Greig [c] (22/Rangers) Ronald McKinnon (10/Rangers) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (11/Arsenal) - William Semple Brown Wallace (6/Celtic) Robert W.Murdoch (6/Celtic) James McCalliog (3/Sheffield Wednesday) Denis Law (39/Manchester United) William Morgan (1/Burnley)
(Match 325) 22nd November 1967 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - WALES 3-2 (1-1) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 57.472, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gilzean (16), 1-1 R.T.Davies (18), 1-2 Durban (57), 2-2 Gilzean (65), 3-2 McKinnon (78) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/4) Robert Brown Clark (1/Aberdeen) - James Philip Craig (1/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (13/Chelsea) - John Greig [c] (23/Rangers) Ronald McKinnon (11/Rangers) James Curran Baxter (34/Sunderland) - James Johnstone (6/Celtic) William John Bremner (11/Leeds United) Alan John Gilzean (11/Tottenham Hotspur) William Johnston (5/Rangers) Robert Lennox (4/Celtic) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) Gareth Sprake - Peter Joseph Rodrigues, Robert Colin Green - William Terrence Hennessey, Edward Glyn James, Barrington Gerard Hole - Ronald Raymond Rees, Ronald Wyn Davies, Ronald Tudor Davies, William Alan Durban, Clifford William Jones.
(Match 326) 24th February 1968 (British Championship & European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Laurens van Ravens (Holland) Crowd: 130.711, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Peters (20), 1-1 Hughes (39) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/5) Ronald Campbell Simpson (4/Celtic) - Thomas Gemmell (7/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (14/Chelsea) - William McNeill (21/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (12/Rangers) John Greig [c] (24/Rangers) - Charles Cooke (5/Chelsea) William John Bremner (12/Leeds United) John Hughes (6/Celtic) William Johnston (6/Rangers) Robert Lennox (5/Celtic) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - Keith Robert Newton, Ramon Wilson - Alan Patrick Mullery, Brian Leslie Labone, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Alan James Ball, Geoffrey Charles Hurst, Michael George Summerbee, Robert Charlton, Martin Stanford Peters.
(Match 327) 30th May 1968 (Friendly match) HOLLAND - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Karl Riegg (West Germany) Crowd: 19.000, Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam HOLLAND: (Coach: Georg Kessler) Jan van Beveren - Piet Romeijn, Marinus Israel - Hans Eijkenbroek, Henk Warnas, Wilhelmus Marinus Anthonius (Wim) Jansen - Henk Groot, Jan Klijnjan, Willy van der Kuijlen, Willem van Hanegem, Pieter Robert Rensenbrink. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/6) Robert Brown Clark (2/Aberdeen) - Douglas Michael Fraser (1/West Bromwich Albion) Edward Graham McCreadie (15/Chelsea) - Robert Moncur (1/Newcastle United) Ronald McKinnon (13/Rangers) David Bruce Smith (2/Rangers) - William Henderson (24/Rangers) Robert Hope (1/West Bromwich Albion) George Tomlinson McLean (1/Dundee) John Greig [c] (25/Rangers) Charles Cooke (6/Chelsea) Subs: James Smith (1/Aberdeen) for Robert Hope (15 Minutes)
(Match 328) 16th October 1968 (Friendly match) DENMARK - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Hans Carlsson (Sweden) Crowd: 11.900, Idraetsparken, Copenhagen Goal: 0-1 Lennox (70) DENMARK: Knud Engedal - Jan Larsen, Niels Yde - Leif Sorensen, Henning Munk Jensen, Borge Enemark [c] - Flemming Mortensen, Finn Wiberg, Bent Jensen, Ole Steffensen, Ulrik Le Fevre. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/7) James Herriot (1/Birmingham City) - Thomas Gemmell (8/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (16/Chelsea) - William John Bremner [c] (13/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (14/Rangers) John Greig (26/Rangers) - Thomas McLean (1/Kilmarnock) James McCalliog (4/Sheffield Wednesday) Colin Stein (1/Rangers) Robert Hope (2/West Bromwich Albion) Robert Lennox (6/Celtic) Subs: Peter Barr Cormack (2/Hibernian) for James McCalliog (85 Minutes)
(Match 329) 6th November 1968 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Curth Liedberg (Sweden) Crowd: 80.856, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Starek (2), 1-1 Law (7), 2-1 Bremner (76) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/8) Ronald Campbell Simpson (5/Celtic) - Thomas Gemmell (9/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (17/Chelsea) - William John Bremner [c] (14/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (15/Rangers) John Greig (27/Rangers) - James Johnstone (7/Celtic) Charles Cooke (7/Chelsea) John Hughes (7/Celtic) Denis Law (40/Manchester United) Robert Lennox (7/Celtic) Subs: Alan John Gilzean (12/Tottenham Hotspur) for Denis Law (75 Minutes) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Leopold Stastny) Gerald Fuchsbichler - Walter Gebhardt, Gerhard Sturmberger - Johann Eigenstiller, Peter Pumm, Franz Hasil - August Starek, Johann (Hans) Ettmayer, Helmut Metzler, Helmut Siber, Helmut Redl (Helmut Koglberger 46).
(Match 330) 11th December 1968 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) CYPRUS - SCOTLAND 0-5 (0-5) Referee: Paul Bonnet (Malta) Crowd: 5.895, Stadio Gymnastikos Syllogos "Ta Pankypria" (GSP), Nicosia Goals: 0-1 Gilzean (4), 0-2 Murdoch (23), 0-3 Gilzean (35), 0-4 Stein (42), 0-5 Stein (43) CYPRUS: (Coach: Pambos Avraamides) Makis Alkiviades - Lakis Theodorou, Panikos Iacovou - Kyriakos Koureas, Costas Panayiotou, Stefanis Michael - Panikos Krystallis (Yiannakis Xypolitas 46), Andreas Christodoulou (Markos Markou 46), Panikos Efthymiades, Menelaos (Melis) Asprou, Andreas Stylianou. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/9) James Herriot (2/Birmingham City) - Douglas Michael Fraser (2/West Bromwich Albion) Edward Graham McCreadie (18/Chelsea) - William John Bremner [c] (15/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (16/Rangers) John Greig (28/Rangers) - Thomas McLean (2/Kilmarnock) Robert W.Murdoch (7/Celtic) Colin Stein (2/Rangers) Alan John Gilzean (13/Tottenham Hotspur) Charles Cooke (8/Chelsea) Subs: William McNeill (22/Celtic) for Ronald McKinnon (46 Minutes) Robert Lennox (8/Celtic) for Charles Cooke (85 Minutes) Notes: The Cypriot player Andreas Christodoulou was generally known by his nickname "Pakkos". The Greek word Πάκος (in English Pakos or Pakkos) means roughly "young rascal".
(Match 331) 16th April 1969 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) SCOTLAND - WEST GERMANY 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Juan Gardeazabal (Spain) Crowd: 96.292, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Muller (39), 1-1 Murdoch (85) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/10) Thomas Lawrence (2/Liverpool) - Thomas Gemmell (10/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (19/Chelsea) - Robert W.Murdoch (8/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (17/Rangers) John Greig (29/Rangers) - James Johnstone (8/Celtic) William John Bremner [c] (16/Leeds United) Denis Law (41/Manchester United) Alan John Gilzean (14/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Lennox (9/Celtic) Subs: Charles Cooke (9/Chelsea) for Robert Lennox (63 Minutes) WEST GERMANY: (Coach: Helmut Schon) Horst Wolter (Josef (Sepp) Maier 46) - Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Hans-Hubert (Berti) Vogts - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz [c], Bernd Patzke - Bernd Dorfel, Helmut Haller, Gerhard Muller, Wolfgang Overath (Max Lorenz 79), Siegfried Held.
(Match 332) 3rd May 1969 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-5 (2-2) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 18.765, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 McNeill (12), 0-2 Stein (16), 1-2 R.T.Davies (29), 2-2 Toshack (44), 2-3 Gilzean (55), 3-3 R.T.Davies (57), 3-4 Bremner (72), 3-5 McLean (87) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) Gareth Sprake - Stephen Clifford Derrett (Ronald Raymond Rees 80), Robert Colin Green - William Alan Durban, Alwyn Derek Burton, David Powell - Graham Moore, John Benjamin Toshack, Ronald Tudor Davies, Ronald Wyn Davies, Barrie Spencer Jones. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/11) Thomas Lawrence (3/Liverpool) - Thomas Gemmell (11/Celtic) Edward Graham McCreadie (20/Chelsea) - William John Bremner [c] (17/Leeds United) William McNeill (23/Celtic) John Greig (30/Rangers) - Thomas McLean (3/Kilmarnock) Robert W.Murdoch (9/Celtic) Colin Stein (3/Rangers) Alan John Gilzean (15/Tottenham Hotspur) Charles Cooke (10/Chelsea) Subs: James Herriot (3/Birmingham City) for Thomas Lawrence (46 Minutes)
(Match 333) 6th May 1969 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-1 (0-1) Referee: David W.Smith (England) Crowd: 7.483, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 McMordie (11), 1-1 Stein (53) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/12) James Herriot (4/Birmingham City) - Edward Graham McCreadie (21/Chelsea) Thomas Gemmell (12/Celtic) - William John Bremner [c] (18/Leeds United) John Greig (31/Rangers) Patrick Gordon Stanton (2/Hibernian) - William Henderson (25/Rangers) Robert W.Murdoch (10/Celtic) Colin Stein (4/Rangers) Denis Law (42/Manchester United) Charles Cooke (11/Chelsea) Subs: William Johnston (7/Rangers) for Charles Cooke (75 Minutes) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: William Laurence Bingham) Patrick Anthony Jennings - David James Craig, Alexander Russell Elder - Samuel John Todd, William John (Terence) Neill, James Joseph Nicholson - George Best, Alexander (Eric) McMordie, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, Thomas Jackson, David Clements.
(Match 334) 10th May 1969 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 4-1 (2-1) Referee: Robert Helies (France) Crowd: 89.902, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Peters (16), 2-0 Hurst (20), 2-1 Stein (43), 3-1 Hurst (60) penalty, 4-1 Peters (64) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - Keith Robert Newton, Terence Cooper - Alan Patrick Mullery, Brian Leslie Labone, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Francis Henry Lee, Alan James Ball, Robert Charlton, Geoffrey Charles Hurst, Martin Stanford Peters. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/13) James Herriot (5/Birmingham City) - Edward Graham McCreadie (22/Chelsea) Thomas Gemmell (13/Celtic) - Robert W.Murdoch (11/Celtic) William McNeill (24/Celtic) John Greig (32/Rangers) - William Henderson (26/Rangers) William John Bremner [c] (19/Leeds United) Colin Stein (5/Rangers) Alan John Gilzean (16/Tottenham Hotspur) Edwin Gray (1/Leeds United) Subs: William Semple Brown Wallace (7/Celtic) for Alan Gilzean (57 Minutes)
(Match 335) 17th May 1969 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) SCOTLAND - CYPRUS 8-0 (3-0) Referee: Peter P.Coates (Republic of Ireland) Crowd: 39.095, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gray (16), 2-0 McNeill (25), 3-0 Stein (29), 4-0 Stein (49), 5-0 Stein (58), 6-0 Stein (68), 7-0 Henderson (72), 8-0 Gemmell (76) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/14) James Herriot (6/Birmingham City) - Edward Graham McCreadie (23/Chelsea) Thomas Gemmell (14/Celtic) - William John Bremner [c] (20/Leeds United) William McNeill (25/Celtic) John Greig (33/Rangers) - William Henderson (27/Rangers) Charles Cooke (12/Chelsea) Colin Stein (6/Rangers) Alan John Gilzean (17/Tottenham Hotspur) Edwin Gray (2/Leeds United) CYPRUS: (Coach: Pambos Avraamides) Makis Alkiviades - Yiannis Mertakkas, Savvakis Constantinou (Demos Kavazis 46) - Soterakis Georghiou, Kyriakos Koureas, Stefanis Michael (Costas Constantas 46) - Panikos Efthymiades, Markos Markou, Panikos Krystallis, Menelaos (Melis) Asprou, Andreas Stylianou.
(Match 336) 21st September 1969 (Friendly match) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Norman C.H. Burtenshaw (England) Crowd: 27.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goals: 0-1 Stein (8), 1-1 Givens (11) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Manager: Michael Kevin Meagan) Alan James Alexander Kelly - James (Seamus) Anthony Brennan, Alfred Finucane - Patrick Martin Mulligan, Michael Kevin Meagan [c], James Patrick Conway - John Giles, Edward (Eamonn) Rogers, Daniel Joseph (Don) Givens, Alfred Hale, Raymond Christopher Patrick Treacy. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/15) Ernest McGarr (1/Aberdeen) - John Greig (34/Rangers) Thomas Gemmell (15/Celtic) - Patrick Gordon Stanton (3/Hibernian) Ronald McKinnon (18/Rangers) Robert Moncur (2/Newcastle United) - William Henderson (28/Rangers) William John Bremner [c] (21/Leeds United) Colin Stein (7/Rangers) Peter Barr Cormack (3/Hibernian) John Hughes (8/Celtic) Subs: James Herriot (7/Birmingham City) for Ernest McGarr (35 Minutes) William Thomas Callaghan (1/Dunfermline Athletic) for Thomas Gemmell (46 Minutes)
(Match 337) 22nd October 1969 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) WEST GERMANY - SCOTLAND 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Gilbert Droz (Switzerland) Crowd: 70.448, Volksparkstadion, Hamburg Goals: 0-1 Johnstone (3), 1-1 Fichtel (35), 2-1 Muller (60), 2-2 Gilzean (62), 3-2 Libuda (80) WEST GERMANY: (Coach: Helmut Schon) Josef (Sepp) Maier - Horst-Dieter Hottges, Hans-Hubert (Berti) Vogts - Franz Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Klaus Fichtel - Reinhard Libuda, Uwe Seeler [c], Gerhard Muller, Wolfgang Overath, Helmut Haller. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/16) James Herriot (8/Birmingham City) - John Greig (35/Rangers) Thomas Gemmell (16/Celtic) - William John Bremner [c] (22/Leeds United) Ronald McKinnon (19/Rangers) William McNeill (26/Celtic) - James Johnstone (9/Celtic) Peter Barr Cormack (4/Hibernian) Alan John Gilzean (18/Tottenham Hotspur) Edwin Gray (3/Leeds United) Colin Stein (8/Rangers)
(Match 338) 5th November 1969 (World Cup Qualifying Group 7) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: Karlo Kruashvili (Ussr) Crowd: 10.091, Praterstadion, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Redl (15), 2-0 Redl (38) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Leopold Stastny) Wilhelm Harreither - Helmut Wallner, Gerhard Sturmberger - Johann Schmidradner, Erich Fak, Johann Geyer - Norbert Hof, Thomas Parits, Robert Kaiser (Josef Hickersberger 67), Johann (Hans) Ettmayer, Helmut Redl. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/17) Ernest McGarr (2/Aberdeen) - John Greig (36/Rangers) Francis Burns (1/Manchester United) - Robert W.Murdoch (12/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (20/Rangers) Patrick Gordon Stanton (4/Hibernian) - Charles Cooke (13/Chelsea) William John Bremner [c] (23/Leeds United) Alan John Gilzean (19/Tottenham Hotspur) Hugh Patrick Curran (1/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Edwin Gray (4/Leeds United) Subs: Colin Stein (9/Rangers) for Charles Cooke (60 Minutes) Peter Patrick Lorimer (1/Leeds United) for Hugh Curran (70 Minutes)
(Match 339) 18th April 1970 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Eric T. Jennings (England) Crowd: 31.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goal: 0-1 O'Hare (58) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: William Laurence Bingham) Patrick Anthony Jennings - David James Craig, David Clements - Samuel John Todd (William James O'Kane 46), William John (Terence) O'Neill, James Joseph Nicholson - William Gibson Campbell (Desmond Dickson 75), Robert John Lutton, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, Alexander (Eric) McMordie, George Best. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/18) Robert Brown Clark (3/Aberdeen) - Davids Hay (1/Celtic) William Dickson (1/Kilmarnock) - Francis McLintock [c] (6/Arsenal) Ronald McKinnon (21/Rangers) Robert Moncur (3/Newcastle United) - Thomas McLean (4/Kilmarnock) William McInanny Carr (1/Coventry City) John O'Hare (1/Derby County) Alan John Gilzean (20/Tottenham Hotspur) William Johnston (8/Rangers) Subs: Colin Stein (10/Rangers) for Alan Gilzean (75 Minutes)
(Match 340) 22nd April 1970 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 0-0 Referee: David W.Smith (England) Crowd: 30.434, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/19) James Fergus Cruickshank (2/Heart of Midlothian) - William Thomas Callaghan (2/Dunfermline Athletic) William Dickson (2/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (37/Rangers) Ronald McKinnon (22/Rangers) Robert Moncur (4/Newcastle United) - Thomas McLean (5/Kilmarnock) David Hay (2/Celtic) John O'Hare (2/Derby County) Colin Stein (11/Rangers) William McInanny Carr (2/Coventry City) Subs: Robert Lennox (10/Celtic) for Thomas McLean (70 Minutes) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) Anthony Horace Millington - Peter Joseph Rodrigues, Rodney John Thomas - William Terrence Hennessey, Harold (Michael) England, David Powell - Richard Leslie Krzywicki, William Alan Durban, Ronald Tudor Davies, Graham Moore, Ronald Raymond Rees.
(Match 341) 25th April 1970 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-0 Referee: Gerhard Schulenburg (West Germany) Crowd: 137.438, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/20) James Fergus Cruickshank (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Thomas Gemmell (17/Celtic) William Dickson (3/Kilmarnock) - John Greig [c] (38/Rangers) Ronald McKinnon (23/Rangers) Robert Moncur (5/Newcastle United) - James Johnstone (10/Celtic) David Hay (3/Celtic) Colin Stein (12/Rangers) John O'Hare (3/Derby County) William McInanny Carr (3/Coventry City) Subs: Alan John Gilzean (21/Tottenham Hotspur) for Robert Moncur (85 Minutes) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - Keith Robert Newton, Emlyn Walter Hughes - Norbert Peter Stiles, Brian Leslie Labone, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Peter Thompson (Alan Patrick Mullery 58), Alan James Ball, Jeffrey Astle, Geoffrey Charles Hurst, Martin Stanford Peters.
(Match 342) 11th November 1970 (European Championship Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria) Crowd: 24.783, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 O'Hare (14) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Robert Brown/21) James Fergus Cruickshank (4/Heart of Midlothian) - David Hay (4/Celtic) John Greig (39/Rangers) - Patrick Gordon Stanton (5/Hibernian) Ronald McKinnon (24/Rangers) Robert Moncur [c] (6/Newcastle United) - James Johnstone (11/Celtic) William McInanny Carr (4/Coventry City) Colin Stein (13/Rangers) John O'Hare (4/Derby County) William Johnston (9/Rangers) Subs: Peter Barr Cormack (5/Nottingham Forest) for John O'Hare (75 Minutes) William Pullar (Sandy) Jardine (1/Rangers) for David Hay (77 Minutes) DENMARK: (Coach: Rudolf Strittich) Kaj Paulsen - Torben Nielsen, Poul Henning Frederiksen - Erik Sandvad, Flemming Pedersen, Jens Jorgen Hansen [c] - Bent Outzen, Kristen Nygaard, Morten Olsen (Poul-Erik Thygesen 46), Keld Pedersen, Benny Nielsen. Notes: William Pullar Jardine was always known as "Sandy" because of his hair colour.


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