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(Match 567)  27th March 1996  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - AUSTRALIA  1-0  (0-0)
Referee:   Herman van Dijk (Netherlands)
Crowd:	   20.608, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goal:	   1-0 McCoist (53)
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Brown/18)
James Leighton		             (72/Hibernian) -
Craig William Burley	             (6/Chelsea)
Thomas Boyd		             (32/Celtic) -
Brian O'Neil		             (1/Celtic) 
Colin Hendry		             (15/Blackburn Rovers) 
William James Alexander McKinlay     (16/Blackburn Rovers) -
John Spencer			     (6/Chelsea)
Paul Michael Lyons McStay	     (73/Celtic) 
Alistair Murdoch McCoist [c]         (50/Rangers) 
Gary McAllister		             (38/Leeds United) 
John Angus Paul Collins		     (30/Celtic)

Subs: 
Kevin William Gallacher              (20/Blackburn Rovers)  for Paul McStay      (HT)
Scott Booth			     (10/Aberdeen) 	    for Brian O'Neil     (HT)
Darren Jackson			     (10/Hibernian) 	    for William McKinlay (75) 
Patrick Kevin Francis Michael Nevin  (28/Tranmere Rovers)   for Alistair McCoist (80)

AUSTRALIA:  (Coach:  Edward Thomson)
Mark Bosnich - Jason van Blerk, Tony Vidmar - Steve Horvat, Tony Popovic,
Alex Tobin [c] - Aurelio Vidmar, Steve Corica, Robbie Slater, Carl Veart 
(Daniel Tiatto 68), Graham Arnold.

Notes:  Alistair McCoist became the 18th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland. 
		

(Match 568) 24th April 1996 (Friendly match) DENMARK - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: Jan Wegereef (Netherlands) Crowd: 23.031, Parken, Copenhagen Goals: 1-0 M.Laudrup (8), 2-0 B.Laudrup (28) DENMARK: (Coach: Richard Moller Nielsen) Peter Schmeichel (Mogens Krogh HT) - Thomas Helveg, Marc Rieper - Lars Olsen, Jens Risager (Jacob Laursen 81), Michael Schjonberg - Brian Steen Nielsen, Claus Thomsen, Mikkel Beck, Michael Laudrup [c] (Allan Nielsen 86), Brian Laudrup. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/19) James Leighton (73/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (37/Aberdeen) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (3/Celtic) - Thomas Boyd (33/Celtic) Colin Hendry (16/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (32/Rangers) - Craig William Burley (7/Chelsea) Kevin William Gallacher (21/Blackburn Rovers) John Spencer (7/Chelsea) Gary McAllister [c] (39/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (31/Celtic) Subs: Andrew Lewis Goram (35/Rangers) for James Leighton (HT) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (5/Nottingham Forest) for Stuart McCall (HT) Darren Jackson (11/Hibernian) for Kevin Gallacher (72) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (51/Rangers) for John Spencer (72) William James Alexander McKinlay (17/Blackburn Rovers) for Colin Hendry (75)
(Match 569) 26th May 1996 (Friendly match) USA - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Arturo Brizio Carter (Mexico) Crowd: 8.526, Veterans Memorial Stadium, New Britain Goals: 0-1 Durie (9), 1-1 Wynalda (13) penalty, 2-1 Jones (72) USA: (Coach: Steve Sampson) Jurgen Sommer - Mike Burns, Marcelo Balboa, Alexi Lalas, Jeff Agoos - Cobi Jones, John Harkes, Thomas Dooley (Jovan Kirovski 53), Claudio Reyna (Brian McBride 82) - Tab Ramos, Eric Wynalda. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/20) James Leighton (74/Hibernian) - Colin Calderwood (10/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (17/Blackburn Rovers) Derek Whyte (9/Middlesbrough) - Craig William Burley (8/Chelsea) Darren Jackson (12/Hibernian) Eoin Jess (11/Coventry City) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (6/Nottingham Forest) Thomas Boyd (34/Celtic) - Scott Booth (11/Aberdeen) Gordon Scott Durie (28/Rangers) Subs: John Spencer (8/Chelsea) for Gordon Durie (HT) Gary McAllister (40/Leeds United) for Scot Gemmill (HT) John Angus Paul Collins (32/Celtic) for Darren Jackson (HT) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (33/Rangers) for Craig Burley (58) Joseph [Nicol] Walker (2/Partick Thistle) for James Leighton (80)
(Match 570) 29th May 1996 (Friendly match) COLOMBIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Raul Dominguez (USA) Crowd: 5.000, Orange Bowl, Miami Goal: 1-0 Asprilla (82) COLOMBIA: (Coach: Hernan Dario Gomez) Faryd Mondragon - Jorge Bermudez, Nestor Ortiz (Luis Herrera HT), Luis Antonio Moreno, Geovanis Cassiani (Alexis Mendoza HT) - Freddy Rincon, Andres Estrada (Leonel Alvarez HT), Mauricio Serna, Edison Mafla (Carlos Valderrama HT) - Adolfo Valencia (Victor Aristizabal HT), Ivan Valenciano (Faustino Asprilla HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/21) Andrew Lewis Goram (36/Rangers) - Colin Calderwood (11/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (18/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (35/Celtic) - Stewart McKimmie (38/Aberdeen) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (34/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (41/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (33/Celtic) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (4/Celtic) - John Spencer (9/Chelsea) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (52/Rangers) Subs: Craig William Burley (9/Chelsea) for Colin Hendry (HT) Kevin William Gallacher (22/Blackburn Rovers) for Alistair McCoist (61) Eoin Jess (12/Coventry City) for John Spencer (70)
(Match 571) 10th June 1996 (1996 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group A) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Leif Sundell (Sweden) Crowd: 34.363, Villa Park, Birmingham NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Guus Hiddink) Edwin van der Sar - Michael Reiziger, Johan de Kock, Winston Bogarde - Ronald de Boer [c] (Aron Winter 68), Clarence Seedorf, Edgar Davids, Jordi Cruijff - Richard Witschge (Phillip Cocu 78), Gaston Taument (Patrick Kluivert 63), Dennis Bergkamp. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/22) Andrew Lewis Goram (37/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (39/Aberdeen) Colin Hendry (19/Blackburn Rovers) Colin Calderwood (12/Tottenham Hotspur) Thomas Boyd (36/Celtic) - Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (35/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (42/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (34/Celtic) Kevin William Gallacher (23/Blackburn Rovers) - Gordon Scott Durie (29/Rangers) Scott Booth (12/Aberdeen) Subs: John Spencer (10/Chelsea) for Scott Booth (HT) William James Alexander McKinlay (18/Blackburn Rovers) for Kevin Gallacher (56) Craig William Burley (10/Chelsea) for Stewart McKimmie (85)
(Match 572) 15th June 1996 (1996 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group A) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (Italy) Crowd: 76.864, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Shearer (53), 0-2 Gascoigne (79) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/23) Andrew Lewis Goram (38/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (40/Aberdeen) Colin Calderwood (13/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (20/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (37/Celtic) - Gary McAllister [c] (43/Leeds United) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (36/Rangers) John Angus Paul Collins (35/Celtic) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (5/Celtic) - Gordon Scott Durie (30/Rangers) John Spencer (11/Chelsea) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (53/Rangers) for John Spencer (67) Craig William Burley (11/Chelsea) for Tosh McKinlay (83) Eoin Jess (13/Coventry City) for Gordon Durie (87) ENGLAND: (Coach: Terry Venables) David Seaman - Gary Neville, Tony Adams [c], Stuart Pearce (Jamie Redknapp HT) (Sol Campbell 85) - Darren Anderton, Paul Gascoigne, Gareth Southgate, Paul Ince (Steve Stone 80), Steve McManaman - Teddy Sheringham - Alan Shearer. Notes: Gary McAllister had a 78th minute penalty kick saved by David Seaman.
(Match 573) 18th June 1996 (1996 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group A) SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Vaclav Krondl (Czech Republic) Crowd: 34.926, Villa Park, Birmingham Goal: 1-0 McCoist (37) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/24) Andrew Lewis Goram (39/Rangers) - Colin Calderwood (14/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (21/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (38/Celtic) - Craig William Burley (12/Chelsea) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (37/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (44/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (36/Celtic) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (6/Celtic) - Alistair Murdoch McCoist (54/Rangers) Gordon Scott Durie (31/Rangers) Subs: Scott Booth (13/Aberdeen) for Tosh McKinlay (59) John Spencer (12/Chelsea) for Alistair McCoist (83) SWITZERLAND: (Coach: ARTUR JORGE Braga de Melo Teixeira) Marco Pascolo - Marc Hottiger, Ramon Vega, Stephane Henchoz, Yvan Quentin (Alexandre Comisetti 81) - Johann Vogel, Ciriaco Sforza [c], Marcel Koller (Raphael Wicky HT) - Stephane Chapuisat (Sebastien Fournier HT), Christophe Bonvin, Kubilay Turkyilmaz. Notes: Scotland were knocked out after the 1st round. Germany won the European Championship.
(Match 574) 31st August 1996 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Michel Piraux (Belgium) Crowd: 29.500, Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna AUSTRIA: (Coach: Herbert Prohaska) Michael Konsel - Markus Schopp, Peter Schottel - Anton Pfeffer, Wolfgang Feiersinger, Stefan Marasek - Dieter Ramusch (Andreas Ogris 76), Dietmar Kuhbauer, Anton Polster [c] (Herfried Sabitzer 68), Andreas Herzog, Andreas Heraf. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/25) Andrew Lewis Goram (40/Rangers) - Craig William Burley (13/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (39/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (15/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (22/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (7/Celtic) - Duncan Ferguson (6/Everton) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (38/Rangers) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (55/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (45/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (37/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Gordon Scott Durie (32/Rangers) for Alistair McCoist (75)
(Match 575) 5th October 1996 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) LATVIA - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Jiri Ulrich (Czech Republic) Crowd: 9.500, Daugavas stadions, Riga Goals: 0-1 Collins (18), 0-2 Jackson (80) LATVIA: (Coach: Janis Gilis) Olegs Karavajevs - Igors Troickis, Vitalijs Astafjevs - Mihails Zemlinskis, Jurijs Sevlakovs [c], Igors Stepanovs - Valerijs Ivanovs, Imants Bleidelis, Vits Rimkus (Rolands Bulders 78), Vladimirs Babicevs (Andrejs Stolcers HT), Marians Pahars. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/26) Andrew Lewis Goram (41/Rangers) - Craig William Burley (14/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (40/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (16/Tottenham Hotspur) Derek Whyte (10/Middlesbrough) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (8/Celtic) - John Spencer (13/Chelsea) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (39/Rangers) Darren Jackson (13/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (46/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (38/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Paul Lambert (3/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) for Stuart McCall (HT) William Dodds (1/Aberdeen) for John Spencer (59) Jackie McNamara (1/Celtic) for Tosh McKinlay (82)
(Match 576) 10th November 1996 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SCOTLAND - SWEDEN 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Jose Maria Garcia-Aranda (Spain) Crowd: 46.738, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 McGinlay (8) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/27) James Leighton (75/Hibernian) - Jackie McNamara (2/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (41/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (17/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (23/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (9/Celtic) - Craig William Burley (15/Chelsea) William James Alexander McKinlay (19/Blackburn Rovers) Darren Jackson (14/Hibernian) John McGinlay (10/Bolton Wanderers) John Angus Paul Collins (39/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Paul Lambert (4/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) for Jackie McNamara (HT) Kevin William Gallacher (24/Blackburn Rovers) for Darren Jackson (78) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (56/Rangers) for John McGinlay (84) SWEDEN: (Coach: Tommy Svensson) Thomas Ravelli - Roland Nilsson, Patrik Andersson - Joachim Bjorklund, Gary Sundgren, Stefan Schwarz - Par Zetterberg (Andreas Andersson 76), Niclas Alexandersson (Henrik Larsson 67), Jonas Thern [c], Martin Dahlin (Kennet Andersson 16), Jesper Blomqvist.
(Match 577) 11th February 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) ESTONIA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Miroslav Radoman (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) Crowd: 3.766, Stade Louis II, Monaco ESTONIA: (Coach: Teitur Thordarson) Mart Poom [c] - Marek Lemsalu, Urmas Rooba - Sergei Hohlov-Simson, Urmas Kirs, Viktor Alonen - Meelis Rooba (Mati Pari 67), Liivo Leetma (Andres Oper 76), Marko Kristal, Martin Reim, Indrek Zelinski. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/28) Andrew Lewis Goram (42/Rangers) - Jackie McNamara (3/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (42/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (18/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (24/Blackburn Rovers) Kevin William Gallacher (25/Blackburn Rovers) - John Angus Paul Collins (40/AS Monaco FC) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (74/Celtic) Duncan Ferguson (7/Everton) Gary McAllister [c] (47/Coventry City) John McGinlay (11/Bolton Wanderers) Subs: Ian Ferguson (9/Rangers) for Paul McStay (63) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (57/Rangers) for John McGinlay (73) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (10/Celtic) for Jackie McNamara (75) Notes: The match was scheduled for 9th October 1996 in Tallinn, Estonia. Scotland trained at the stadium the night before the game. They protested because the floodlighting wasn't up to FIFA standards. After a meeting of the FIFA executive committee the following morning, the 18.45 EET kick-off time was moved to 15.00 EET. Estonians were unhappy with the switch and said they wouldn't turn up. Scotland turned up at the appointed time and kicked off. The referee then blew his whistle to stop the game. Scotland should have been awarded a 3-0 won as per the rules, but FIFA decided to play the match in a neutral country and it was played on 11th February 1997 in the Stade Louis II in Monaco. The Serb Miroslav Radoman was listed as a referee of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as per the notes on the overview page of "Scotland - International Results" at point 10.
(Match 578) 29th March 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SCOTLAND - ESTONIA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Bernd Heynemann (Germany) Crowd: 17.996, Rugby Park, Kilmarnock Goals: 1-0 Boyd (25), 2-0 Meet (52) own goal SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/29) James Leighton (76/Hibernian) - Craig William Burley (16/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (43/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (19/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (25/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (11/Celtic) - Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (7/Nottingham Forest) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (75/Celtic) Darren Jackson (15/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (48/Coventry City) Kevin William Gallacher (26/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: William James Alexander McKinlay (20/Blackburn Rovers) for Colin Hendry (64) John McGinlay (12/Bolton Wanderers) for Darren Jackson (83) ESTONIA: (Coach: Teitur Thordarson) Mart Poom [c] - Marek Lemsalu, Urmas Kirs - Sergei Hohlov-Simson, Janek Meet, Mati Pari (Meelis Rooba 55) - Indrek Zelinski (Argo Arbeiter 81), Marko Kristal, Martin Reim, Kristen Viikmae (Liivo Leetma 72), Andres Oper.
(Match 579) 2nd April 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Nikolay Levnikov (Russia) Crowd: 43.295, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gallacher (25), 2-0 Gallacher (78) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/30) James Leighton (77/Hibernian) - Craig William Burley (17/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (44/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (20/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (26/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (12/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (27/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (5/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) Darren Jackson (16/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (49/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (41/AS Monaco FC) Subs: John McGinlay (13/Bolton Wanderers) for Darren Jackson (75) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (58/Rangers) for Kevin Gallacher (85) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (76/Celtic) for Gary McAllister (88) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Herbert Prohaska) Michael Konsel - Markus Schopp, Peter Schottel (Walter Kogler HT) - Anton Pfeffer, Wolfgang Feiersinger, Andreas Heraf - Franz Aigner (Andreas Ogris 81), Arnold Wetl, Anton Polster [c], Andreas Herzog, Peter Stoger (Ivica Vastic 67).
(Match 580) 30th April 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SWEDEN - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy) Crowd: 40.302, Ullevi, Gothenburg Goals: 1-0 K.Andersson (43), 2-0 K.Andersson (63), 2-1 Gallacher (83) SWEDEN: (Coach: Tommy Svensson) Thomas Ravelli - Gary Sundgren, Patrik Andersson - Joachim Bjorklund, Pontus Kamark, Stefan Schwarz (Hakan Mild 13) - Par Zetterberg, Andreas Andersson, Jonas Thern [c], Martin Dahlin, Kennet Andersson. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/31) James Leighton (78/Hibernian) - Craig William Burley (18/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (45/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (21/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (27/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (13/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (28/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (6/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) Darren Jackson (17/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (50/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (42/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Gordon Scott Durie (33/Rangers) for Darren Jackson (66) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (8/Nottingham Forest) for Tosh McKinlay (68) Notes: Gary McAllister became the 19th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 581) 27th May 1997 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - WALES 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Alan Snoddy (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 9.013, Rugby Park, Kilmarnock Goal: 0-1 Hartson (46) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/32) Neil Sullivan (1/Wimbledon) - David Weir (1/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (46/Celtic) - Christian Dailly (1/Derby County) Brian McAllister (1/Wimbledon) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (14/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (29/Blackburn Rovers) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (9/Nottingham Forest) Darren Jackson (18/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (51/Coventry City) William Dodds (2/Aberdeen) Subs: John Spencer (14/Queens Park Rangers) for Darren Jackson (HT) Jackie McNamara (4/Celtic) for Christian Dailly (74) James Leighton (79/Hibernian) for Neil Sullivan (80) Simon Donnelly (1/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (80) WALES: (Coach: Robert Gould) Andrew Marriott (Paul Jones HT) - Steve Jenkins, Paul Trollope - Robert Page, Kit Symons, John Robinson (Marcus Browning 88) - Robbie Savage, Dean Saunders (Lee Jones 88), John Hartson (Simon Haworth 71), Mark Pembridge, Gary Speed.
(Match 582) 1st June 1997 (Friendly match) MALTA - SCOTLAND 2-3 (1-2) Referee: Stefano Braschi (Italy) Crowd: 3.500, National Stadium, Attard Goals: 0-1 Dailly (4), 1-1 Suda (17), 1-2 Jackson (44), 2-2 Sultana (57), 2-3 Jackson (81) MALTA: (Coach: Milorad Kosanovic) Mario Muscat - Lawrence Attard (Noel Turner 53), Jeffrey Chetcuti - Silvio Vella (Stefan Giglio 75), Darren Debono, Ivan Zammit - Gilbert Agius (David Camilleri 75), Nicky Saliba, Hubert Suda (Stefan Sultana HT), Joe Brincat, David Carabott. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/33) James Leighton (80/Hibernian) - Craig William Burley (19/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (47/Celtic) - Christian Dailly (2/Derby County) Brian McAllister (2/Wimbledon) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (15/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (30/Blackburn Rovers) David Hopkin (1/Crystal Palace) Darren Jackson (19/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (52/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (43/AS Monaco FC) Subs: David Weir (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Brian McAllister (HT) Gordon Scott Durie (34/Rangers) for Kevin Gallacher (56) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (10/Nottingham Forest) for David Hopkin (56) Simon Donnelly (2/Celtic) for John Collins (84) Notes: Noel Turner was sent off after 82 minutes.
(Match 583) 8th June 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) BELARUS - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Ahmet Çakar (Turkey) Crowd: 12.000, Stadyjon Dynama, Minsk Goal: 0-1 McAllister (49) penalty BELARUS: (Coach: Mihail Verheenka) Andrey Satsunkevitch - Eryk Yahimovich, Andrey Lavrik - Andrey Astrowski, Syarhey Shtanyuk, Radzislaw Arlowski (Dzmitry Balashow 66) - Syarhey Herasimets [c], Syarhey Hurenka, Andrey Downar (Valyantsin Byalkevich 53), Miraslaw Ramashchanka, Andrey Khlebasolaw (Uladzimir Makowski 60). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/34) James Leighton (81/Hibernian) - Craig William Burley (20/Chelsea) Thomas Boyd (48/Celtic) - Christian Dailly (3/Derby County) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (16/Celtic) Paul Lambert (7/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) - Kevin William Gallacher (31/Blackburn Rovers) David Hopkin (2/Crystal Palace) Darren Jackson (20/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (53/Coventry City) Gordon Scott Durie (35/Rangers) Subs: Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (11/Nottingham Forest) for David Hopkin (68) Brian McAllister (3/Wimbledon) for Tosh McKinlay (78) William Dodds (3/Aberdeen) for Darren Jackson (87)
(Match 584) 7th September 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SCOTLAND - BELARUS 4-1 (1-0) Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands) Crowd: 20.160, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Gallacher (6), 2-0 Hopkin (54), 3-0 Gallacher (58), 3-1 Kachura (74) penalty, 4-1 Hopkin (88) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/35) James Leighton (82/Aberdeen) - Craig William Burley (21/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (49/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (22/Tottenham Hotspur) Christian Dailly (4/Derby County) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (17/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (32/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (8/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) Gordon Scott Durie (36/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (54/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (44/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (59/Rangers) for Gordon Durie (HT) David Hopkin (3/Leeds United) for Gary McAllister (50) William Dodds (4/Aberdeen) for Kevin Gallacher (85) BELARUS: (Coach: Mihail Verheenka) Valer Shantalosaw - Vyachaslaw Herashchenka, Andrey Lavrik - Andrey Astrowski, Andrey Downar, Uladzimir Zhuravel (Aleh Charnyawski 65) - Syarhey Herasimets [c] (Dzmitry Balashow 78), Syarhey Hurenka (Radzislaw Arlowski 52), Valyantsin Byalkevich, Pyotr Kachura, Alyaksandr Kulchy.
(Match 585) 11th October 1997 (1998 World Cup Qualifying Group 4) SCOTLAND - LATVIA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Sandor Piller (Hungary) Crowd: 47.613, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gallacher (42), 2-0 Durie (80) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/36) James Leighton (83/Aberdeen) - Craig William Burley (22/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (50/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (23/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (28/Blackburn Rovers) Christian Dailly (5/Derby County) - Kevin William Gallacher (33/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (9/BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) Gordon Scott Durie (37/Rangers) Gary McAllister [c] (55/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (45/AS Monaco FC) Subs: Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (18/Celtic) for Thomas Boyd (80) Simon Donnelly (3/Celtic) for Gordon Durie (84) William James Alexander McKinlay (21/Blackburn Rovers) for Craig Burley (89) LATVIA: (Coach: Janis Gilis) Olegs Karavajevs - Igors Stepanovs, Valentins Lobanovs - Mihails Zemlinskis, Jurijs Sevlakovs, Olegs Blagonadezdins (Andrejs Stolcers 62) - Valerijs Ivanovs, Imants Bleidelis, Marians Pahars, Vladimirs Babicevs, Aleksandrs Jelisejevs (Vits Rimkus 69). Notes: Scotland qualified for the 1998 World Cup Finals in France. Thomas Boyd became the 20th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 586) 12th November 1997 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Antonio Lopez Nieto (Spain) Crowd: 19.514, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Etienne Goals: 1-0 Laigle (35), 1-1 Durie (36), 2-1 Djorkaeff (78) penalty FRANCE: (Coach: Aime Jacquet) Fabien Barthez - Lilian Thuram, Laurent Blanc, Marcel Desailly, Pierre Laigle (Vincent Candela 79) - Didier Deschamps [c], Emmanuel Petit (Alain Boghossian 73), Ibrahim Ba (Franck Gava 79), Zinedine Zidane - Lilian Laslandes (Youri Djorkaeff 71), Stephane Guivarc'h. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/37) Neil Sullivan (2/Wimbledon) - Colin Calderwood (24/Tottenham Hotspur) David Weir (3/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (6/Derby County) - Craig William Burley (23/Celtic) Gary McAllister [c] (56/Coventry City) John Angus Paul Collins (46/AS Monaco FC) William James Alexander McKinlay (22/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (51/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (34/Blackburn Rovers) Gordon Scott Durie (38/Rangers) Subs: Matthew Elliott (1/Leicester City) for David Weir (76) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (19/Celtic) for Thomas Boyd (79) Simon Donnelly (4/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (83) David Hopkin (4/Leeds United) for Gordon Durie (89)
(Match 587) 25th March 1998 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Dermot Gallagher (England) Crowd: 26.468, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 B.Laudrup (38) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/38) James Leighton (84/Aberdeen) - Jackie McNamara (5/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (52/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (25/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (29/Blackburn Rovers) Matthew Elliot (2/Leicester City) - Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (12/Nottingham Forest) William James Alexander McKinlay (23/Blackburn Rovers) Scott Booth (14/FC Utrecht) Darren Jackson (21/Celtic) Christian Dailly (7/Derby County) Subs: Andrew Lewis Goram (43/Rangers) for James Leighton (HT) Eoin Jess (14/Aberdeen) for Scott Booth (HT) David Weir (4/Heart of Midlothian) for Jackie McNamara (60) Andrew [Stuart] Murray McCall (40/Rangers) for Scot Gemmill (70) Simon Donnelly (5/Celtic) for Darren Jackson (76) DENMARK: (Coach: Bo Johansson) Mogens Krogh - Jacob Laursen (Rene Henriksen HT), Marc Rieper - Michael Schjonberg, Jan Heintze, Thomas Helveg - Allan Nielsen (Per Frandsen 63), Morten Wieghorst, Peter Moller (Martin Jorgensen 76), Michael Laudrup [c], Brian Laudrup (Bjarne Goldbaek 81). Notes: On 6th February 1998 Scott Booth (BV Borussia 09 Dortmund) joined FC Utrecht on loan until 30th June 1998.
(Match 588) 22nd April 1998 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FINLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Herman van Dijk (Netherlands) Crowd: 14.315, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Johansson (10), 1-1 Jackson (15) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/39) James Leighton (85/Aberdeen) - Matthew Elliott (3/Leicester City) Derek Whyte (11/Aberdeen) - Colin Calderwood (26/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (30/Blackburn Rovers) Christian Dailly (8/Derby County) - Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (13/Nottingham Forest) William James Alexander McKinlay (24/Blackburn Rovers) Scott Booth (15/FC Utrecht) Darren Jackson (22/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (47/AS Monaco FC) Subs: David Weir (5/Heart of Midlothian) for Matthew Elliott (HT) Kevin William Gallacher (35/Blackburn Rovers) for Darren Jackson (HT) Gordon Scott Durie (39/Rangers) for Colin Calderwood (71) Paul Lambert (10/Celtic) for Scot Gemmill (76) Simon Donnelly (6/Celtic) for Scott Booth (76) Thomas Boyd (53/Celtic) for Christian Dailly (87) FINLAND: (Coach: Richard Moller Nielsen) Antti Niemi - Harri Ylonen, Marko Tuomela (Tomi Kinunnen 65) - Sami Hyypia, Jukka Koskinen, Sami Mahlio - Juha Reini (Aarno Turpeinen HT), Simo Valakari, Antti Sumiala (Joonas Kolkka 38), Jari Litmanen [c] (Aki Riihilahti HT), Jonatan Johansson (Mika-Matti Paatelainen 58).
(Match 589) 23rd May 1998 (Friendly match) COLOMBIA - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-2) Referee: Brian Hall (USA) Crowd: 56.404, Giants Stadium, East Rutherford Goals: 1-0 Valderrama (21) penalty, 1-1 Collins (25), 1-2 Burley (33), 2-2 Rincon (78) COLOMBIA: (Coach: Hernan Dario Gomez) Miguel Angel Calero - Jose Santa, Jorge Bermudez, Ivan Cordoba, Wilmer Cabrera - Mauricio Serna, Harold Lozano, Carlos Valderrama [c], Freddy Rincon - Adolfo Valencia, Faustino Asprilla. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/40) Neil Sullivan (3/Wimbledon) - Colin Calderwood (27/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (31/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (54/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (6/Celtic) Craig William Burley (24/Celtic) Paul Lambert (11/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (48/AS Monaco FC) Christian Dailly (9/Derby County) - Darren Jackson (23/Celtic) Gordon Scott Durie (40/Rangers) Subs: Scott Booth (16/FC Utrecht) for Darren Jackson (HT) Simon Donnelly (7/Celtic) for Gordon Durie (62) William James Alexander McKinlay (25/Blackburn Rovers) for Jackie McNamara (71)
(Match 590) 30th May 1998 (Friendly match) USA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Felipe Ramos Rizo (Mexico) Crowd: 46.037, RFK Stadium, Washington USA: (Coach: Steve Sampson) Kasey Keller - Eddie Pope, Thomas Dooley, David Regis, Mike Burns - Earnie Stewart (Alexi Lalas 82), Cobi Jones, Chad Deering, Tab Ramos (Predrag Radosavljevic 51) - Joe-Max Moore (Jeff Agoos 69), Roy Wegerle (Eric Wynalda 61). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/41) James Leighton (86/Aberdeen) - Colin Calderwood (28/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (32/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (55/Celtic) - Christian Dailly (10/Derby County) William James Alexander McKinlay (26/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (12/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (49/AS Monaco FC) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (20/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (36/Blackburn Rovers) Darren Jackson (24/Celtic) Subs: Jackie McNamara (7/Celtic) for Tosh McKinlay (59) Craig William Burley (25/Celtic) for William McKinlay (73) Simon Donnelly (8/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (82)
(Match 591) 10th June 1998 (1998 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group A) BRAZIL - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Jose Maria Garcia-Aranda (Spain) Crowd: 80.000, Stade de France, Saint-Denis Goals: 1-0 CESAR SAMPAIO (4), 1-1 Collins (38) penalty, 2-1 Boyd (73) own goal BRAZIL: (Coach: Mario Jorge Lobo Zagallo) Claudio Andre Mergen TAFFAREL - Marcos Evangelista de Morais-CAFU, Raimundo Ferreira Ramos Junior-JUNIOR BAIANO, ALDAIR Nascimento dos Santos, ROBERTO CARLOS da Silva - Carlos CESAR SAMPAIO Campos, GIOVANNI Silva de Oliveira (LEONARDO Nascimento de Araujo HT), Carlos Caetano Bledorn Verri-DUNGA [c], RIVALDO Vitor Borba Ferreira - RONALDO Luis Nazario de Lima, Jose Roberto Gama de Oliveira-BEBETO (DENILSON de Oliveira 70). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/42) James Leighton (87/Aberdeen) - Colin Calderwood (29/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (33/Blackburn Rovers) Christian Dailly (11/Derby County) - Paul Lambert (13/Celtic) Craig William Burley (26/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (50/AS Monaco FC) Thomas Boyd (56/Celtic) - Kevin William Gallacher (37/Blackburn Rovers) Gordon Scott Durie (41/Rangers) Darren Jackson (25/Celtic) Subs: William James Alexander McKinlay (27/Blackburn Rovers) for Darren Jackson (79) Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (21/Celtic) for Christian Dailly (85) Notes: John Collins became the 21st player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 592) 16th June 1998 (1998 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group A) SCOTLAND - NORWAY 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Laszlo Vagner (Hungary) Crowd: 30.236, Parc Lescure, Bordeaux Goals: 0-1 H.Flo (46), 1-1 Burley (66) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/43) James Leighton (88/Aberdeen) - Colin Calderwood (30/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (34/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Boyd (57/Celtic) - Craig William Burley (27/Celtic) Darren Jackson (26/Celtic) Paul Lambert (14/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (51/AS Monaco FC) Christian Dailly (12/Derby County) - Gordon Scott Durie (42/Rangers) Kevin William Gallacher (38/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: David Weir (6/Heart of Midlothian) for Colin Calderwood (59) Jackie McNamara (8/Celtic) for Darren Jackson (62) NORWAY: (Coach: Egil Olsen) Frode Grodas [c] - Henning Berg (Gunnar Halle 82), Dan Eggen, Ronny Johnsen, Stig Inge Bjornebye - Havard Flo (Jahn Jakobsen 60), Roar Strand, Kjetil Rekdal, Stale Solbakken, Vidar Riseth (Egil Ostenstad 72) - Tore Andre Flo.
(Match 593) 23rd June 1998 (1998 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group A) SCOTLAND - MOROCCO 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Ali Mohamed Bujsaim (United Arab Emirates) Crowd: 33.266, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Etienne Goals: 0-1 Bassir (22), 0-2 Hadda (47), 0-3 Bassir (85) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/44) James Leighton (89/Aberdeen) - Jackie McNamara (9/Celtic) Thomas Boyd (58/Celtic) Colin Hendry [c] (35/Blackburn Rovers) - David Weir (7/Heart of Midlothian) Craig William Burley (28/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (52/AS Monaco FC) Paul Lambert (15/Celtic) Christian Dailly (13/Derby County) - Kevin William Gallacher (39/Blackburn Rovers) Gordon Scott Durie (43/Rangers) Subs: Thomas Valley "Tosh" McKinlay (22/Celtic) for Jackie McNamara (54) Scott Booth (17/FC Utrecht) for Gordon Durie (83) MOROCCO: (Coach: Henri Michel) Driss Benzekri - Abdelilah Saber (Youssef Rossi 72), Lahcen Abrami, Noureddine Naybet, Smahi Triki - Mustapha Hadji, Tahar El Khalej, Youssef Chippo (Jamal Sellami 87), Gharib Amzine (Rachid Azzouzi 77) - Salaheddine Bassir, Abdeljalil Hadda. Notes: Craig Burley was sent off after 54 minutes. Scotland were knocked out after the 1st round. France won the World Cup.
(Match 594) 5th September 1998 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) LITHUANIA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Constantin Dan Zotta (Romania) Crowd: 4.500, Zalgirio stadionas, Vilnius LITHUANIA: (Coach: Kestutis Latoza) Gintaras Stauce [c] - Andrius Skerla, Deividas Semberas - Raimondas Zutautas, Virginijus Baltusnikas, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas - Grazvydas Mikulenas (Vaidotas Slekys 88), Gediminas Sugzda (Orestas Buitkus 61), Aidas Preiksaitis, Aurelijus Skarbalius, Edgaras Jankauskas. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/45) James Leighton (90/Aberdeen) - Matthew Elliott (4/Leicester City) Thomas Boyd (59/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (31/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (36/Rangers) Christian Dailly (14/Blackburn Rovers) - Kevin William Gallacher (40/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Lambert (16/Celtic) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (60/Kilmarnock) Darren Jackson (27/Celtic) John Angus Paul Collins (53/Everton) Subs: Barry Ferguson (1/Rangers) for Darren Jackson (56) Callum Davidson (1/Blackburn Rovers) for Colin Calderwood (70) Neil McCann (1/Heart of Midlothian) for Alistair McCoist (82)
(Match 595) 10th October 1998 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - ESTONIA 3-2 (0-1) Referee: Joaquim Bento Marques (Portugal) Crowd: 16.930, Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Hohlov-Simson (34), 1-1 Dodds (70), 1-2 Smirnov (76), 2-2 Hohlov-Simson (79) own goal, 3-2 Dodds (85) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/46) James Leighton (91/Aberdeen) - David Weir (8/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (60/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (32/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry [c] (37/Rangers) Callum Davidson (2/Blackburn Rovers) - Kevin William Gallacher (41/Blackburn Rovers) William James Alexander McKinlay (28/Blackburn Rovers) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (61/Kilmarnock) Ian Durrant (12/Kilmarnock) Allan Johnston (1/Sunderland) Subs: Darren Jackson (28/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (17) Simon Donnelly (9/Celtic) for Colin Calderwood (56) William Dodds (5/Dundee United) for Alistair McCoist (69) ESTONIA: (Coach: Teitur Thordarson) Mart Poom - Maksim Smirnov, Urmas Kirs - Sergei Hohlov-Simson, Meelis Rooba, Viktor Alonen - Sergei Terehhov, Andres Oper, Marko Kristal, Martin Reim [c], Indrek Zelinski (Kristen Viikmae 88). Notes: Marko Kristal was sent off after 88 minutes.
(Match 596) 14th October 1998 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 2-1 (2-0) Referee: Costas Kapitanis (Cyprus) Crowd: 18.517, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Burley (21), 2-0 Dodds (45), 2-1 Petersen (86) penalty SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/47) Neil Sullivan (4/Wimbledon) - David Weir (9/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (61/Celtic) - Matthew Elliott (5/Leicester City) Colin Hendry [c] (38/Rangers) Callum Davidson (3/Blackburn Rovers) - William James Alexander McKinlay (29/Blackburn Rovers) Craig William Burley (29/Celtic) Simon Donnelly (10/Celtic) William Dodds (6/Dundee United) Allan Johnston (2/Sunderland) Subs: Ian Durrant (13/Kilmarnock) for William McKinlay (HT) Stephen Glass (1/Newcastle United) for Allan Johnston (81) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Allan Simonsen) Jakup Mikkelsen - Oli Johannesen, Jens Kristian Hansen [c] - Pol Thorsteinsson, Hans Frodi Hansen, Samal Joensen - Henning Jarnskor (John Hansen 81), Julian Johnsson, Uni Arge (Jakup a Borg 68), Todi Jonsson, John Petersen.
(Match 597) 31st March 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark) Crowd: 44.513, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Elliott (27) own goal, 0-2 Smicer (35), 1-2 Jess (68) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/48) Neil Sullivan (5/Wimbledon) - David Weir (10/Everton) Thomas Boyd (62/Celtic) - Paul Lambert (17/Celtic) Matthew Elliott (6/Leicester City) Callum Davidson (4/Blackburn Rovers) - David Hopkin (5/Leeds United) Craig William Burley (30/Celtic) Eoin Jess (15/Aberdeen) Gary McAllister [c] (57/Coventry City) Neil McCann (2/Rangers) Subs: Allan Johnston (3/Sunderland) for Callum Davidson (52) Donald Hutchison (1/Everton) for Gary McAllister (64) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Jozef Chovanec) Pavel Srnicek - Tomas Votava, Jan Suchoparek - Pavel Nedved, Michal Hornak, Martin Hasek - Jiri Nemec [c], Karel Poborsky (Karel Rada 76), Vratislav Lokvenc (Pavel Kuka 70), Vladimir Smicer (Miroslav Baranek 84), Patrik Berger.
(Match 598) 28th April 1999 (Friendly match) GERMANY - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland) Crowd: 27.000, Weserstadion, Bremen Goal: 0-1 Hutchison (66) GERMANY: (Coach: Erich Ribbeck) Jens Lehmann - Christian Worns, Lothar Matthaus, Jens Nowotny - Thomas Strunz (Carsten Jancker 87), Dietmar Hamann (Michael Ballack 59), Jens Jeremies (Carsten Ramelow HT), Jorg Heinrich - Oliver Neuville, Oliver Bierhoff [c] (Ulf Kirsten 59), Horst Heldt. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/49) Neil Sullivan (6/Wimbledon) - David Weir (11/Everton) Colin Hendry (39/Rangers) Thomas Boyd [c] (63/Celtic) Callum Davidson (5/Blackburn Rovers) - Ian Durrant (14/Kilmarnock) Paul Lambert (18/Celtic) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (14/Everton) Allan Johnston (4/Sunderland) - Donald Hutchison (2/Everton) William Dodds (7/Dundee United) Subs: Eoin Jess (16/Aberdeen) for Scot Gemmill (59) Paul Ritchie (1/Heart of Midlothian) for Colin Hendry (64) Robert Winters (1/Aberdeen) for Ian Durrant (71) Derek Whyte (12/Aberdeen) for Callum Davidson (77) Colin Cameron (1/Heart of Midlothian) for Paul Lambert (83) Brian O'Neil (2/VfL Wolfsburg) for Allan Johnston (86)
(Match 599) 5th June 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) FAROE ISLANDS - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Philippe Kalt (France) Crowd: 4.101, Svangaskard, Toftir Goals: 0-1 Johnston (38), 1-1 H.F.Hansen (90) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Allan Simonsen) Jakup Mikkelsen - Oli Johannesen, Hans Frodi Hansen - Pol Thorsteinsson, Ossur Hansen (John Hansen 86), Julian Johnsson - Johannis Joensen (Jakup a Borg 69), Samal Joensen, Allan Morkore, Todi Jonsson [c], John Petersen (Uni Arge 79). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/50) Neil Sullivan (7/Wimbledon) - David Weir (12/Everton) Thomas Boyd [c] (64/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (33/Aston Villa) Matthew Elliott (7/Leicester City) Callum Davidson (6/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (8/Dundee United) Paul Lambert (19/Celtic) Kevin William Gallacher (42/Blackburn Rovers) Ian Durrant (15/Kilmarnock) Allan Johnston (5/Sunderland) Subs: Colin Cameron (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Ian Durrant (HT) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (15/Everton) for Allan Johnston (86) Eoin Jess (17/Aberdeen) for Kevin Gallacher (89) Notes: Matthew Elliott was sent off after 44 minutes.
(Match 600) 9th June 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND 3-2 (0-1) Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany) Crowd: 21.149, Letensky stadion (Sparty), Prague Goals: 0-1 Ritchie (30), 0-2 Johnston (62), 1-2 Repka (65), 2-2 Kuka (75), 3-2 Koller (87) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Jozef Chovanec) Pavel Srnicek - Tomas Repka, Jan Suchoparek - Pavel Nedved, Michal Hornak, Martin Hasek (Miroslav Baranek 60) - Jiri Nemec [c], Karel Poborsky (Pavel Kuka 69), Vratislav Lokvenc (Jan Koller 69), Vladimir Smicer, Patrik Berger. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/51) Neil Sullivan (8/Wimbledon) - David Weir (13/Everton) Thomas Boyd [c] (65/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (34/Aston Villa) Paul Ritchie (2/Heart of Midlothian) Callum Davidson (7/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (9/Dundee United) Paul Lambert (20/Celtic) Kevin William Gallacher (43/Blackburn Rovers) Ian Durrant (16/Kilmarnock) Allan Johnston (6/Sunderland) Subs: Eoin Jess (18/Aberdeen) for Ian Durrant (71)
(Match 601) 4th September 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-2) Referee: Nikolay Levnikov (Russia) Crowd: 26.000, Stadion Kosevo, Sarajevo Goals: 0-1 Hutchison (13), 1-1 Bolic (23), 1-2 Dodds (45) BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: (Coach: Faruk Hadzibegic) Mirsad Dedic - Omer Joldic (Senad Repuh 77), Jasmin Mujdza (Enes Demirovic 77) - Muhamed Konjic [c], Mirsad Hibic, Bakir Besirevic - Elvir Bolic, Sead Halilovic (Edin Mujcin 61), Meho Kodro, Sergej Barbarez, Marko Topic. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/52) Neil Sullivan (9/Wimbledon) - David Weir (14/Everton) David Hopkin (6/Leeds United) - Colin Calderwood (35/Aston Villa) Colin Hendry [c] (40/Rangers) Barry Ferguson (2/Rangers) - William Dodds (10/Dundee United) Craig William Burley (31/Celtic) Neil McCann (3/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (3/Everton) John Angus Paul Collins (54/Everton) Subs: Christian Dailly (15/Blackburn Rovers) for Colin Calderwood (HT) Ian Durrant (17/Kilmarnock) for Barry Ferguson (69) Kevin William Gallacher (44/Blackburn Rovers) for Neil McCann (75)
(Match 602) 8th September 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) ESTONIA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Fritz Stuchlik (Austria) Crowd: 4.500, Kadrioru staadion, Tallinn ESTONIA: (Coach: Teitur Thordarson) Mart Poom - Raio Piiroja, Urmas Kirs - Sergei Hohlov-Simson [c], Erko Saviauk, Aivar Anniste - Sergei Terehhov, Andres Oper, Marko Kristal, Martin Reim, Ivan O'Konnel-Bronin (Indrek Zelinski HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/53) Neil Sullivan (10/Wimbledon) - David Weir (15/Everton) Callum Davidson (8/Blackburn Rovers) - Christian Dailly (16/Blackburn Rovers) Colin Hendry [c] (41/Rangers) Ian Durrant (18/Kilmarnock) - William Dodds (11/Dundee United) Craig William Burley (32/Celtic) Allan Johnston (7/Sunderland) Donald Hutchison (4/Everton) John Angus Paul Collins (55/Everton) Subs: Neil McCann (4/Rangers) for Allan Johnston (55) Barry Ferguson (3/Rangers) for Ian Durrant (66)
(Match 603) 5th October 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Leif Sundell (Sweden) Crowd: 30.574, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Collins (25) penalty SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/54) Neil Sullivan (11/Wimbledon) - David Weir (16/Everton) Callum Davidson (9/Blackburn Rovers) - Paul Lambert (21/Celtic) Colin Hendry [c] (42/Rangers) Christian Dailly (17/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (12/Dundee United) Craig William Burley (33/Celtic) Kevin William Gallacher (45/Newcastle United) David Hopkin (7/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (56/Everton) Subs: Colin Calderwood (36/Aston Villa) for Colin Hendry (37) Mark Burchill (1/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (79) Gary McSwegan (1/Heart of Midlothian) for William Dodds (89) BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: (Coach: Faruk Hadzibegic) Adnan Guso - Sead Kapetanovic, Bakir Besirevic - Faruk Hujdurovic, Mirza Varesanovic, Sergej Barbarez - Faruk Ihtijarevic (Marko Topic 76), Nermin Sabic, Elvir Bolic [c], Edin Mujcin (Alen Avdic 83), Elvir Baljic.
(Match 604) 9th October 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 3-0 (0-0) Referee: Stephane Bre (France) Crowd: 22.059, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Hutchison (48), 2-0 McSwegan (50), 3-0 Cameron (88) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/55) Jonathan Gould (1/Celtic) - David Weir (17/Everton) Callum Davidson (10/Blackburn Rovers) - Paul Lambert [c] (22/Celtic) Brian O'Neil (3/VfL Wolfsburg) Paul Ritchie (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Christian Dailly (18/Blackburn Rovers) Craig William Burley (34/Celtic) Mark Burchill (2/Celtic) Donald Hutchison (5/Everton) Gary McSwegan (2/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Colin Cameron (3/Heart of Midlothian) for Craig Burley (HT) William Dodds (13/Dundee United) for Mark Burchill (78) Kevin William Gallacher (46/Newcastle United) for Gary McSwegan (82) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Robertas Tautkus) Pavelas Leusas - Andrius Skerla, Marius Skinderis [c] - Andrejus Tereskinas (Arturas Fomenka 64), Darius Zutautas, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas - Irmantas Stumbrys (Donatas Vencevicius 54), Saulius Mikalajunas, Tomas Razanauskas, Grazvydas Mikulenas, Vidas Dancenka (Darius Maciulevicius 54). Notes: Mark Burchill's 48th minute penalty kick hit the base of the post. The rebound was met by Donald Hutchison who scored from almost on the penalty spot with a high, left footed shot to the centre of the goal that went in under the crossbar giving Scotland the lead.
(Match 605) 13th November 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, 1st Leg) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Manuel Diaz Vega (Spain) Crowd: 50.132, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Scholes (21), 0-2 Scholes (42) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/56) Neil Sullivan (12/Wimbledon) - David Weir (18/Everton) Colin Hendry [c] (43/Rangers) Christian Dailly (19/Blackburn Rovers) - Craig William Burley (35/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (4/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (6/Everton) John Angus Paul Collins (57/Everton) Paul Ritchie (4/Heart of Midlothian) - Kevin William Gallacher (47/Newcastle United) William Dodds (14/Dundee United) Subs: Mark Burchill (3/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (82) ENGLAND: (Coach: Joseph [Kevin] Keegan) David Seaman - Sol Campbell, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Philip Neville - David Beckham, Paul Ince, Jamie Redknapp - Paul Scholes - Alan Shearer [c], Michael Owen (Andrew Cole 67). Notes: The best second place finisher (computed by records against teams finishing first, third and fourth) qualified automatically for the 2000 European Championship Finals; the other eight entered a random draw for two-legged play-off matches from which four more countries qualified. Scotland were runners-up in Group 9, England finished second in Group 5.
(Match 606) 17th November 1999 (2000 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, 2nd Leg) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy) Crowd: 75.848, Wembley Stadium, London Goal: 0-1 Hutchison (39) ENGLAND: (Coach: Joseph [Kevin] Keegan) David Seaman - Sol Campbell, Gareth Southgate, Tony Adams, Philip Neville - David Beckham, Paul Ince, Jamie Redknapp - Paul Scholes (Raymond Parlour 90) - Alan Shearer [c], Michael Owen (Emile Heskey 63). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/57) Neil Sullivan (13/Wimbledon) - David Weir (19/Everton) Colin Hendry [c] (44/Rangers) Christian Dailly (20/Blackburn Rovers) - Craig William Burley (36/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (5/Rangers) John Angus Paul Collins (58/Everton) Callum Davidson (11/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (15/Dundee United) Donald Hutchison (7/Everton) Neil McCann (5/Rangers) Subs: Mark Burchill (4/Celtic) for Neil McCann (74) Notes: Scotland lost 1-2 on aggregate and failed to qualify for the 2000 European Championship Finals in Belgium/Netherlands.
(Match 607) 29th March 2000 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FRANCE 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Rune Pedersen (Norway) Crowd: 48.157, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Wiltord (53), 0-2 Henry (89) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/58) Neil Sullivan (14/Wimbledon) - Christian Dailly (21/Blackburn Rovers) Colin Hendry [c] (45/Coventry City) Paul Ritchie (5/Bolton Wanderers) - Paul Telfer (1/Coventry City) Barry Ferguson (6/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (8/Everton) Colin Cameron (4/Heart of Midlothian) Callum Davidson (12/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (16/Rangers) Kevin William Gallacher (48/Newcastle United) Subs: Steven Pressley (1/Heart of Midlothian) for Paul Ritchie (HT) Neil McCann (6/Rangers) for Colin Cameron (HT) Allan Johnston (8/Bolton Wanderers) for Paul Telfer (67) Mark Burchill (5/Celtic) for Kevin Gallacher (78) FRANCE: (Coach: Roger Lemerre) Ulrich Rame - Lilian Thuram, Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu - Ludovic Giuly (Sylvain Wiltord HT), Didier Deschamps [c] (Patrick Vieira 60), Emmanuel Petit, Youri Djorkaeff (Johan Micoud HT) - Christophe Dugarry (Robert Pires 73), Thierry Henry. Notes: On 20th December 1999 Paul Ritchie (Heart of Midlothian) joined Bolton Wanderers on loan for three months. It was not extended. On 22nd March 2000 Ritchie signed for Bolton a short-term contract until 17th May 2000 inclusive. On 27th January 2000 Allan Johnston (Sunderland) joined Bolton Wanderers on loan for a month. This was then extended until 17th May 2000 inclusive.
(Match 608) 26th April 2000 (Friendly match) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Hartmut Strampe (Germany) Crowd: 25.000, Gelredome, Arnhem NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Frank Rijkaard) Edwin van der Sar - Andre Ooijer, Bert Konterman - Frank de Boer [c], Arthur Numan, Paul Bosvelt - Roy Makaay (Jeffrey Talan 59), Edgar Davids, Jerrel "Jimmy" Floyd Hasselbaink (Pierre van Hooijdonk 67), Dennis Bergkamp (Patrick Kluivert HT), Marc Overmars (Boudewijn Zenden HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/59) Neil Sullivan (15/Wimbledon) - Christian Dailly (22/Blackburn Rovers) Paul Ritchie (6/Bolton Wanderers) - David Weir (20/Everton) Matthew Elliott (8/Leicester City) Paul Lambert [c] (23/Celtic) - William Dodds (17/Rangers) Craig William Burley (37/Derby County) Jackie McNamara (10/Celtic) Donald Hutchison (9/Everton) Neil McCann (7/Rangers) Subs: Ian Durrant (19/Kilmarnock) for Craig Burley (HT) Mark Burchill (6/Celtic) for Jackie McNamara (67) Brian O'Neil (4/VfL Wolfsburg) for Christian Dailly (84)
(Match 609) 30th May 2000 (Friendly match) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-2) Referee: Vitor Melo Pereira (Portugal) Crowd: 30.213, Lansdowne Road, Dublin Goals: 1-0 Burley (2) own goal, 1-1 Hutchison (16), 1-2 Ferguson (29) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Coach: Michael Joseph McCarthy) Alan Kelly - Stephen Carr, Kevin Kilbane - Philip Babb, Gary Breen (Richard Dunne 77), Stephen McPhail (Terrence Phelan 61) - Jason McAteer, Steve Finnan, Niall Quinn [c] (Dominic Foley 77), Robbie Keane, Mark Kennedy (Damien Duff 61). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/60) Neil Sullivan (16/Tottenham Hotspur) - Christian Dailly (23/Blackburn Rovers) Gary Naysmith (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Paul Lambert [c] (24/Celtic) Matthew Elliott (9/Leicester City) Barry Ferguson (7/Rangers) - William Dodds (18/Rangers) Brian O'Neil (5/VfL Wolfsburg) Neil McCann (8/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (10/Everton) Craig William Burley (38/Derby County) Subs: Kevin William Gallacher (49/Newcastle United) for William Dodds (HT) Allan Johnston (9/Sunderland) for Paul Lambert (75) Colin Cameron (5/Heart of Midlothian) for Barry Ferguson (83) Ian Durrant (20/Kilmarnock) for Gary Naysmith (88) Steven Pressley (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Neil McCann (90)
(Match 610) 2nd September 2000 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) LATVIA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Andreas Schluchter (Switzerland) Crowd: 9.200, Skonto stadions, Riga Goal: 0-1 McCann (88) LATVIA: (Coach: Gary Johnson) Aleksandrs Kolinko - Igors Stepanovs, Vitalijs Astafjevs [c] - Juris Laizans, Valentins Lobanovs, Olegs Blagonadezdins - Valerijs Ivanovs, Imants Bleidelis, Marians Pahars, Andrejs Rubins, Andrejs Stolcers. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/61) Neil Sullivan (17/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (21/Everton) Christian Dailly (24/Blackburn Rovers) - Matthew Elliott (10/Leicester City) Colin Hendry [c] (46/Coventry City) Callum Davidson (13/Leicester City) - Thomas Boyd (66/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (8/Rangers) William Dodds (19/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (11/Sunderland) Neil McCann (9/Rangers) Subs: Gary Naysmith (2/Heart of Midlothian) for David Weir (HT) Colin Cameron (6/Heart of Midlothian) for Callum Davidson (HT) Gary Holt (1/Kilmarnock) for William Dodds (90)
(Match 611) 7th October 2000 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SAN MARINO - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Gylfi Thor Orrason (Iceland) Crowd: 4.377, Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle Goals: 0-1 Elliott (70), 0-2 Hutchison (72) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giampaolo Mazza) Federico Gasperoni - Mirco Gennari, Mauro Marani - Luca Gobbi, Ivan Matteoni (Vittorio Valentini 72), Simone Bacciocchi - Ermanno Zonzini (Pier Domenico Della Valle 78), Pierangelo Manzaroli [c], Paolo Montagna (Marco De Luigi 60), Riccardo Muccioli, Bryan Gasperoni. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/62) Neil Sullivan (18/Tottenham Hotspur) - Jackie McNamara (11/Celtic) Gary Naysmith (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Matthew Elliott (11/Leicester City) Colin Hendry (47/Coventry City) Christian Dailly (25/Blackburn Rovers) - William Dodds (20/Rangers) Colin Cameron (7/Heart of Midlothian) Kevin William Gallacher [c] (50/Newcastle United) Donald Hutchison (12/Sunderland) Neil McCann (10/Rangers) Subs: David Weir (22/Everton) for Christian Dailly (33) Allan Johnston (10/Rangers) for Neil McCann (HT) Paul Dickov (1/Manchester City) for Kevin Gallacher (65) Notes: Kevin Gallacher became the 22nd player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 612) 11th October 2000 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) CROATIA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Gilles Veissiere (France) Crowd: 17.995, Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb Goals: 1-0 Boksic (15), 1-1 Gallacher (24) CROATIA: (Coach: Miroslav Blazevic) Zeljko Pavlovic - Robert Kovac, Robert Jarni [c] (Boris Zivkovic HT) - Zvonimir Soldo (Igor Biscan HT), Igor Stimac, Dario Simic - Daniel Saric, Robert Prosinecki, Bosko Balaban, Niko Kovac, Alen Boksic (Davor Vugrinec 75). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/63) Neil Sullivan (19/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (23/Everton) Gary Naysmith (4/Heart of Midlothian) - Matthew Elliott (12/Leicester City) Colin Hendry [c] (48/Coventry City) Thomas Boyd (67/Celtic) - Allan Johnston (11/Rangers) Craig William Burley (39/Derby County) Kevin William Gallacher (51/Newcastle United) Donald Hutchison (13/Sunderland) Colin Cameron (8/Heart of Midlothian) Subs: Paul Dickov (2/Manchester City) for Allan Johnston (HT) Gary Holt (2/Kilmarnock) for Paul Dickov (90)
(Match 613) 15th November 2000 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRALIA 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Pascal Garibian (France) Crowd: 30.985, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Emerton (12), 0-2 Zdrilic (66) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/64) Jonathan Gould (2/Celtic) - Brian O'Neil (6/VfL Wolfsburg) Christian Dailly (26/Blackburn Rovers) David Weir (24/Everton) - Thomas Boyd [c] (68/Celtic) Craig William Burley (40/Derby County) Barry Ferguson (9/Rangers) Colin Cameron (9/Heart of Midlothian) Dominic Matteo (1/Leeds United) - William Dodds (21/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (14/Sunderland) Subs: Matthew Elliott (13/Leicester City) for David Weir (HT) Neil McCann (11/Rangers) for Colin Cameron (HT) Colin Hendry (49/Coventry City) for Brian O'Neil (58) Paul Dickov (3/Manchester City) for Craig Burley (63) AUSTRALIA: (Coach: Frank Farina) Mark Schwarzer - Kevin Muscat, Shaun Murphy, Tony Popovic, Stan Lazaridis - Brett Emerton, Paul Okon [c], Josip Skoko (Kasey Wehrman 75), Daniel Tiatto (Jacob Burns 67) - Paul Agostino (Mile Sterjovski HT), David Zdrilic (Clayton Zane 89).
(Match 614) 24th March 2001 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 2-2 (2-0) Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark) Crowd: 37.480, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Dodds (2), 2-0 Dodds (28) penalty, 2-1 Wilmots (58), 2-2 Van Buyten (90+2) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/65) Neil Sullivan (20/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (25/Everton) Thomas Boyd (69/Celtic) - Paul Lambert (25/Celtic) Colin Hendry [c] (50/Bolton Wanderers) Matthew Elliott (14/Leicester City) - Barry Ferguson (10/Rangers) Craig William Burley (41/Derby County) William Dodds (22/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (15/Sunderland) Dominic Matteo (2/Leeds United) Subs: Kevin William Gallacher (52/Newcastle United) for William Dodds (89) BELGIUM: (Coach: Robert Waseige) Geert De Vlieger - Eric Deflandre, Joos Valgaeren (Daniel Van Buyten 58) - Glen De Boeck, Didier Dheedene, Yves Vanderhaeghe - Marc Wilmots [c], Bart Goor, Emile Mpenza, Walter Baseggio (Sven Vermant 81), Marc Hendrikx (Bob Peeters HT). Notes: Eric Deflandre was sent off after 27 minutes. Colin Hendry became the 23rd player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 615) 28th March 2001 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SCOTLAND - SAN MARINO 4-0 (3-0) Referee: Petteri Kari (Finland) Crowd: 27.313, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Hendry (21), 2-0 Hendry (32), 3-0 Dodds (33), 4-0 Cameron (64) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/66) Neil Sullivan (21/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (26/Everton) Allan Johnston (12/Rangers) - Paul Lambert (26/Celtic) Colin Hendry [c] (51/Bolton Wanderers) Matthew Elliott (15/Leicester City) - Colin Cameron (10/Heart of Midlothian) Craig William Burley (42/Derby County) William Dodds (23/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (16/Sunderland) Dominic Matteo (3/Leeds United) Subs: Thomas Boyd (70/Celtic) for Matthew Elliott (HT) Kevin William Gallacher (53/Newcastle United) for Dominic Matteo (64) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (16/Everton) for Colin Cameron (82) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giampaolo Mazza) Federico Gasperoni - Simone Della Balda (Nicola Albani 90), Mauro Marani - Simone Bacciocchi, Ivan Matteoni, Luca Gobbi [c] - Riccardo Muccioli, Ermanno Zonzini, Andy Selva, Damiano Vannucci (Ivan Bugli 70), Pierangelo Manzaroli (Roberto Selva 80).
(Match 616) 25th April 2001 (Friendly match) POLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Juan Ansuategui Roca (Spain) Crowd: 18.000, Stadion Zawiszy, Bydgoszcz Goals: 1-0 Kaluzny (50), 1-1 Booth (70) penalty POLAND: (Coach: Wladyslaw [Jerzy] Engel) Jerzy Dudek - Tomasz Klos, Tomasz Waldoch [c], Jacek Zielinski (Radoslaw Kaluzny HT), Michal Zewlakow (Jacek Krzynowek HT) - Tomasz Iwan, Tomasz Zdebel (Piotr Swierczewski 57), Tomasz Hajto, Marek Kozminski - Pawel Kryszalowicz (Maciej Zurawski 78), Marcin Zewlakow (Marcin Mieciel 63). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/67) Neil Sullivan (22/Tottenham Hotspur) - Thomas Boyd [c] (71/Celtic) Christian Dailly (27/West Ham United) Callum Davidson (14/Leicester City) - Barry Nicholson (1/Dunfermline Athletic) Colin Cameron (11/Heart of Midlothian) Gavin Rae (1/Dundee) Charles Miller (1/Dundee United) John O'Neil (1/Hibernian) - Scott Booth (18/FC Twente) William Dodds (24/Rangers) Subs: Andrew McLaren (1/Kilmarnock) for William Dodds (HT) Stephen Crawford (2/Dunfermline Athletic) for Colin Cameron (HT) Steven Caldwell (1/Newcastle United) for Charles Miller (56) David Weir (27/Everton) for Callum Davidson (73) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (17/Everton) for John O'Neil (74) Kenneth Miller (1/Rangers) for Scott Booth (80) Notes: Tomasz Iwan was sent off after 82 minutes.
(Match 617) 1st September 2001 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SCOTLAND - CROATIA 0-0 Referee: Lubos Michel (Slovakia) Crowd: 47.384, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/68) Neil Sullivan (23/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (28/Everton) Gary Naysmith (5/Everton) - Paul Lambert [c] (27/Celtic) Matthew Elliott (16/Leicester City) Dominic Matteo (4/Leeds United) - Christian Dailly (28/West Ham United) Craig William Burley (43/Derby County) Scott Booth (19/FC Twente) Donald Hutchison (17/West Ham United) Neil McCann (12/Rangers) Subs: Colin Cameron (12/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Neil McCann (51) William Dodds (25/Rangers) for Scott Booth (71) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (18/Everton) for Gary Naysmith (84) CROATIA: (Coach: Mirko Jozic) Stipe Pletikosa - Robert Kovac, Robert Jarni [c] - Zvonimir Soldo, Igor Stimac, Igor Tudor - Stjepan Tomas (Igor Biscan 83), Robert Prosinecki (Davor Vugrinec 77), Mario Stanic (Davor Suker 71), Boris Zivkovic, Bosko Balaban.
(Match 618) 5th September 2001 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) BELGIUM - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto Gonzalez (Spain) Crowd: 48.500, Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels Goals: 1-0 Van Kerckhoven (28), 2-0 Goor (90+2) BELGIUM: (Coach: Robert Waseige) Geert De Vlieger - Eric Deflandre, Glen De Boeck - Eric Van Meir, Nico Van Kerckhoven, Yves Vanderhaeghe - Marc Wilmots [c], Bart Goor, Wesley Sonck (Bob Peeters 82), Johan Walem (Timmy Simons 87), Gert Verheyen. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/69) Neil Sullivan (24/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (29/Everton) Gary Naysmith (6/Everton) - Paul Lambert [c] (28/Celtic) Matthew Elliott (17/Leicester City) Dominic Matteo (5/Leeds United) - Christian Dailly (29/West Ham United) Craig William Burley (44/Derby County) William Dodds (26/Rangers) Donald Hutchison (18/West Ham United) Thomas Boyd (72/Celtic) Subs: Scott Booth (20/FC Twente) for Thomas Boyd (55) Colin Cameron (13/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for David Weir (74) Jackie McNamara (12/Celtic) for Craig Burley (82)
(Match 619) 6th October 2001 (2002 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SCOTLAND - LATVIA 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway) Crowd: 23.228, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Rubins (21), 1-1 Freedman (44), 2-1 Weir (54) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/70) Neil Sullivan (25/Tottenham Hotspur) - David Weir (30/Everton) Callum Davidson (15/Leicester City) - Christian Dailly (30/West Ham United) Matthew Elliott (18/Leicester City) Colin Cameron (14/Wolverhampton Wanderers) - Barry Nicholson (2/Dunfermline Athletic) Craig William Burley [c] (45/Derby County) Douglas Freedman (1/Crystal Palace) Donald Hutchison (19/West Ham United) Neil McCann (13/Rangers) Subs: Scott Booth (21/FC Twente) for Barry Nicholson (63) Gavin Rae (2/Dundee) for Matthew Elliott (72) Scott Severin (1/Heart of Midlothian) for Donald Hutchison (77) LATVIA: (Coach: Aleksandrs Starkovs) Aleksandrs Kolinko - Igors Stepanovs, Vitalijs Astafjevs [c] - Arturs Zakresevskis, Juris Laizans, Olegs Blagonadezdins - Aleksandrs Isakovs, Imants Bleidelis (Vladimirs Kolesnicenko 75), Marians Pahars, Andrejs Rubins (Viktors Dobrecovs 83), Maris Verpakovskis. Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 2002 World Cup Finals in Korea/Japan.


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