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(Match 620)  27th March 2002  (Friendly match)
FRANCE - SCOTLAND  5-0  (4-0)
Referee:   Jacek Granat (Poland)
Crowd:     76.961, Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Goals:     1-0 Zidane (12), 2-0 Trezeguet (21), 3-0 Henry (31), 4-0 Trezeguet (41), 
           5-0 Marlet (87)
FRANCE:  (Coach:  Roger Lemerre)
Fabien Barthez - Vincent Candela (Christian Karembeu 58), Marcel Desailly [c] 
(Mikael Silvestre HT), Frank Leboeuf (Philippe Christanval 64), Bixente Lizarazu -
Patrick Vieira (Claude Makelele HT), Emmanuel Petit - Sylvain Wiltord (Steve Marlet 58),
Zinedine Zidane (Youri Djorkaeff 81), Thierry Henry - David Trezeguet (Eric Carriere 74).

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Hans-Hubert Vogts/1)
Neil Sullivan                        (26/Tottenham Hotspur) -
David Weir                           (31/Everton)
Christian Dailly                     (31/West Ham United)
Gary Caldwell                        (1/Hibernian)
Stephen Crainey                      (1/Celtic) - 
Paul Lambert [c]                     (29/Celtic)
Colin Cameron                        (15/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Dominic Matteo                       (6/Leeds United) -
Douglas Freedman                     (2/Crystal Palace)
Stephen Crawford                     (3/Dunfermline Athletic)
Neil McCann                          (14/Rangers)

Subs:
Scotland (Scot) Gemmill              (19/Everton)       for Douglas Freedman (HT)
Gary Holt                            (3/Norwich City)   for Colin Cameron    (HT)
Steven Thompson                      (1/Dundee United)  for Stephen Crawford (63)
Jackie McNamara                      (13/Celtic)        for Gary Holt        (73)

Notes:  On 15th February 2002 the Scottish FA unveiled Hans-Hubert Vogts 
        (widely known as Berti Vogts) as Scotland's new coach. In his 
        international career he was their opponent four times playing for 
        West Germany between 1969-1974 and twice as German national coach 
        (1992 and 1993). Vogts, the first foreigner ever to hold the post, 
        officially took charge on March 1st 2002.  
        On 1st February 2002 Gary Caldwell (Newcastle United) joined Hibernian 
        on loan until 31st May 2002.


(Match 621) 17th April 2002 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NIGERIA 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Tom Henning Ovrebo (Norway) Crowd: 20.465, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Dailly (7), 1-1 Aghahowa (41), 1-2 Aghahowa (67) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/2) Robert Douglas (1/Celtic) - Robert Stockdale (1/Middlesbrough) David Weir (32/Everton) Christian Dailly (32/West Ham United) Stephen Crainey (2/Celtic) - Gareth Williams (1/Nottingham Forest) - Kevin McNaughton (1/Aberdeen) Paul Lambert [c] (30/Celtic) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (20/Everton) - Steven Thompson (2/Dundee United) Neil McCann (15/Rangers) Subs: Gary Caldwell (2/Hibernian) for Scot Gemmill (HT) Graham Alexander (1/Preston North End) for Robert Stockdale (HT) Michael Stewart (1/Manchester United) for Gareth Williams (64) Garry O'Connor (1/Hibernian) for Steven Thompson (75) Allan Johnston (13/Middlesbrough) for Neil McCann (78) NIGERIA: (Coach: Adegboye Festus Onigbinde) Austin Ejide (Ademola Bankole HT) - Efetobore Sodje (Emeka Ifejiagwa 85), Joseph Yobo, Isaac Okoronkwo, Justice Christopher (Mutiu Adepoju 78) - Augustine "Jay Jay" Okocha [c], Eric Ejiofor, John Utaka (Pius Ikedia 54) - Nwankwo Kanu - Julius Aghahowa, Bartholomew Ogbeche.
(Match 622) 16th May 2002 (Friendly match) SOUTH KOREA - SCOTLAND 4-1 (1-0) Referee: Santhan Nagalingam (Singapore) Crowd: 52.384, Asiad Main Stadium, Busan Goals: 1-0 Lee C.-S. (15), 2-0 Ahn (56), 3-0 Yoon (66), 3-1 Dobie (74), 4-1 Ahn (87) SOUTH KOREA: (Coach: Guus Hiddink) Kim Byung-Ji - Hong Myung-Bo (Yoon Jung-Hwan 65), Choi Jin-Chul (Lee Min-Sung HT), Kim Tae-Young - Lee Young-Pyo - Lee Eul-Yong, Yoo Sang-Chul, Song Jong-Gook - Lee Chun-Soo (Cha Doo-Ri 73), Hwang Seon-Hong (Ahn Jung-Hwan HT), Park Ji-Sung (Choi Tae-Uk 73). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/3) Neil Sullivan (27/Tottenham Hotspur) - Maurice Ross (1/Rangers) Christian Dailly [c] (33/West Ham United) David Weir (33/Everton) Graham Alexander (2/Preston North End) - Allan Johnston (14/Middlesbrough) Gary Caldwell (3/Hibernian) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (21/Everton) Garry O'Connor (2/Hibernian) - Michael Stewart (2/Manchester United) Robert [Scott] Dobie (1/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Gareth Williams (2/Nottingham Forest) for Garry O'Connor (HT) Scott Severin (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Michael Stewart (HT) Robert Stockdale (2/Middlesbrough) for Graham Alexander (63) Kevin Kyle (1/Sunderland) for Allan Johnston (66)
(Match 623) 20th May 2002 (Reunification Cup) SOUTH AFRICA - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Siu Kee Chan (Hong Kong) Crowd: 3.007, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong Goals: 1-0 T.Mokoena (31), 2-0 Koumantarakis (90+3) SOUTH AFRICA: (Coach: Jomo Sono) Hans Vonk - Aaron Mokoena (Cyril Nzama 60), Lucas Radebe [c], Pierre Issa, Bradley Carnell - Teboho Mokoena, MacBeth Sibaya, Jabu Pule (MacDonald Mukansi 68), Quinton Fortune (Delron Buckley 83) - Benedict McCarthy, Sibusiso Zuma (George Koumantarakis 81). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/4) Robert Douglas (2/Celtic) - Robert Stockdale (3/Middlesbrough) David Weir (34/Everton) Christian Dailly [c] (34/West Ham United) Gary Caldwell (4/Hibernian) Maurice Ross (2/Rangers) - Gareth Williams (3/Nottingham Forest) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (22/Everton) Allan Johnston (15/Middlesbrough) - Kevin Kyle (2/Sunderland) Robert [Scott] Dobie (2/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Lee Wilkie (1/Dundee) for Gary Caldwell (HT) James McFadden (1/Motherwell) for Allan Johnston (60) Graham Alexander (3/Preston North End) for Robert Stockdale (68) Scott Severin (3/Heart of Midlothian) for Gareth Williams (77) Michael Stewart (3/Manchester United) for Scot Gemmill (85) Notes: The Reunification Cup was a competition which celebrated the reunification of Hong Kong and China after the end of colonial rule by the United Kingdom. The second tournament in 2002 was a four-team contest held to mark the fifth anniversary since the handover.
(Match 624) 23rd May 2002 (Reunification Cup) HONG KONG LEAGUE XI - SCOTLAND 0-4 (0-2) Referee: Krishnan Ramachandran (Malaysia) Crowd: 8.000, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong Goals: 0-1 Kyle (22), 0-2 Thompson (36), 0-3 Dailly (50), 0-4 Gemmill (72) HONG KONG LEAGUE XI: (Coach: Wong Yiu-Shun) Fan Chun-Yip (Chan Ka-Ki 54) - Yau Kin-Wai (Lo Kai-Wah 57), Cristiano Cordeiro, Anilton da Conceišao (Luk Koon-Pong 33), Carlo Andre Bielemann Hartwig, Gary McKeown, Shum Kwok-Pui, Chan Ho-Man (Yeung Ching-Kwong 78), Cornelius Udebuluzor (Yeung Hei-Chi HT), Poon Yiu-Cheuk (Lee Wai-Man 78), Aderbal Filho. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/5) Robert Douglas (3/Celtic) - David Weir (35/Everton) Lee Wilkie (2/Dundee) Christian Dailly [c] (35/West Ham United) Robert Stockdale (4/Middlesbrough) - Scott Severin (4/Heart of Midlothian) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (23/Everton) Maurice Ross (3/Rangers) Allan Johnston (16/Middlesbrough) - Kevin Kyle (3/Sunderland) Steven Thompson (3/Dundee United) Subs: Robert [Scott] Dobie (3/West Bromwich Albion) for Steven Thompson (HT) Warren Cummings (1/Chelsea) for Maurice Ross (HT) Gareth Williams (4/Nottingham Forest) for Allan Johnston (60) Paul Gallacher (1/Dundee United) for Robert Douglas (76) Garry O'Connor (3/Hibernian) for Kevin Kyle (81) Graham Alexander (4/Preston North End) for Scot Gemmill (87) Notes: Although the Hong Kong team was not a national representative side, the Scottish FA decided to award the caps for this match and the appearances and goals do count towards the players' totals. Scotland were runners-up. South Africa won the trophy.
(Match 625) 21st August 2002 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Leslie Irvine (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 28.766, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Sand (8) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/6) Robert Douglas (4/Celtic) - David Weir (36/Everton) Christian Dailly (36/West Ham United) Maurice Ross (4/Rangers) - Robert Stockdale (5/Middlesbrough) Kevin McNaughton (2/Aberdeen) Paul Lambert [c] (31/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (11/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (7/Everton) - Kevin Kyle (4/Sunderland) Steven Thompson (4/Dundee United) Subs: Stephen Crainey (3/Celtic) for Kevin McNaughton (HT) Robert [Scott] Dobie (4/West Bromwich Albion) for Steven Thompson (55) Allan Johnston (17/Middlesbrough) for Gary Naysmith (71) Graham Alexander (5/Preston North End) for Robert Stockdale (71) Scott Severin (5/Heart of Midlothian) for David Weir (77) Derek McInnes (1/West Bromwich Albion) for Paul Lambert (81) DENMARK: (Coach: Morten Olsen) Thomas Sorensen - Kasper Bogelund (Jan Michaelsen HT), Martin Laursen (Morten Wieghorst 68), Rene Henriksen [c] (Steven Lustu 83), Niclas Jensen - Dennis Rommedahl (Jesper Gronkjaer HT), Thomas Gravesen (Claus Jensen HT), Christian Poulsen, Peter Lovenkrands (Michael Silberbauer 71) - Jon Dahl Tomasson, Ebbe Sand.
(Match 626) 7th September 2002 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) FAROE ISLANDS - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-0) Referee: Jacek Granat (Poland) Crowd: 4.200, Svangaskard, Toftir Goals: 1-0 Petersen (7), 2-0 Petersen (13), 2-1 Lambert (62), 2-2 Ferguson (83) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Henrik Larsen) Jens Martin Knudsen - Jens Kristian Hansen, Oli Johannesen [c], Pol Thorsteinsson, Jon Roi Jacobsen - Hjalgrim Elttor (Hedin a Lakjuni 89), Frodi Benjaminsen, Julian Johnsson, Jakup a Borg - John Petersen (Andrew av Flotum 80), Christian Hogni Jacobsen (Rogvi Jacobsen 75). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/7) Robert Douglas (5/Celtic) - Maurice Ross (5/Rangers) David Weir (37/Everton) Christian Dailly (37/West Ham United) Stephen Crainey (4/Celtic) - Paul Dickov (4/Leicester City) Paul Lambert [c] (32/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (12/Rangers) Allan Johnston (18/Middlesbrough) - Kevin Kyle (5/Sunderland) Robert [Scott] Dobie (5/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Stephen Crawford (4/Dunfermline Athletic) for Paul Dickov (HT) Graham Alexander (6/Preston North End) for Maurice Ross (75) Steven Thompson (5/Dundee United) for Scott Dobie (83)
(Match 627) 12th October 2002 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) ICELAND - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Alain Sars (France) Crowd: 7.065, Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavik Goals: 0-1 Dailly (6), 0-2 Naysmith (63) ICELAND: (Coach: Atli Edvaldsson) Arni Arason - Bjarni Thorsteinsson, Larus Sigurdsson, Hermann Hreidarsson, Arnar Vidarsson (Marel Baldvinsson 66) - Brynjar Gunnarsson, Runar Kristinsson [c], Ivar Ingimarsson - Haukur Gudnason (Bjarni Gudjonsson 88), Helgi Sigurdsson (Heidar Helguson HT), Eidur Gudjohnsen. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/8) Robert Douglas (6/Celtic) - Lee Wilkie (3/Dundee) Steven Pressley (3/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (38/West Ham United) - Maurice Ross (6/Rangers) Jackie McNamara (14/Celtic) Paul Lambert [c] (33/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (13/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (8/Everton) - Stephen Crawford (5/Dunfermline Athletic) Steven Thompson (6/Dundee United) Subs: Callum Davidson (16/Leicester City) for Jackie McNamara (34) Scott Severin (6/Heart of Midlothian) for Steven Thompson (89) Russell Anderson (1/Aberdeen) for Gary Naysmith (90)
(Match 628) 15th October 2002 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - CANADA 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Luc Huyghe (Belgium) Crowd: 16.207, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 De Rosario (9) penalty, 1-1 Crawford (11), 2-1 Thompson (49), 3-1 Crawford (73) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/9) Paul Gallacher (2/Dundee United) - Russell Anderson (2/Aberdeen) Steven Pressley (4/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (4/Dundee) - Graham Alexander (7/Preston North End) Paul Devlin (1/Birmingham City) Christian Dailly [c] (39/West Ham United) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (24/Everton) Maurice Ross (7/Rangers) - Steven Thompson (7/Dundee United) Stephen Crawford (6/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Callum Davidson (17/Leicester City) for Maurice Ross (HT) Scott Severin (7/Heart of Midlothian) for Scot Gemmill (65) Ian Murray (1/Hibernian) for Lee Wilkie (75) James McFadden (2/Motherwell) for Steven Thompson (80) Kevin Kyle (6/Sunderland) for Stephen Crawford (90) CANADA: (Coach: Holger Osieck) Lars Hirschfeld - Paul Fenwick [c], Kevin McKenna, Richard Hastings - Chris Pozniak, Tam Nsaliwa, Daniel Imhof (Davide Xausa 81), Paul Stalteri, Julian de Guzman - Tomasz Radzinski, Dwayne De Rosario.
(Match 629) 20th November 2002 (Friendly match) PORTUGAL - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: Viorel Anghelinei (Romania) Crowd: 8.000, Estadio Primeiro de Maio, Braga Goals: 1-0 PAULETA (7), 2-0 PAULETA (18) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Agostinho Oliveira) Joaquim Manuel Sampaio da Silva-QUIM (NELSON Alexandre Gomes Pereira 89) - FERNANDO Manuel Silva COUTO [c], FERNANDO Jose da Silva Freitas MEIRA, RICARDO Sergio ROCHA Azevedo - SERGIO Paulo Marceneiro da CONCEIăAO, Luis Filipe Madeira Caeiro FIGO (MARCO Julio Castanheira Afonso Alves FERREIRA HT), RUI Manuel Cesar COSTA (PEDRO Miguel da Silva MENDES 58), RUI JORGE de Sousa Dias Macedo de Oliveira (JORGE Miguel de Oliveira RIBEIRO 58) - TIAGO Cardoso Mendes (NUNO ASSIS Lopes de Almeida 83) - Pedro Miguel Carreiro Resendes-PAULETA (Nuno Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro-NUNO GOMES HT), SIMAO Pedro Fonseca Sabrosa (Joao Alexandre Duarte Ferreira Fernandes-NECA 78). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/10) Robert Douglas (7/Celtic) - Russell Anderson (3/Aberdeen) Steven Pressley (5/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (5/Dundee) - Graham Alexander (8/Preston North End) Christian Dailly (40/West Ham United) Paul Lambert [c] (34/Celtic) Gary Naysmith (9/Everton) Maurice Ross (8/Rangers) - Stephen Crawford (7/Dunfermline Athletic) Robert [Scott] Dobie (6/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Derek McInnes (2/West Bromwich Albion) for Russell Anderson (24) Paul Devlin (2/Birmingham City) for Maurice Ross (HT) Gareth Williams (5/Nottingham Forest) for Paul Lambert (68) Kevin Kyle (7/Sunderland) for Scott Dobie (78) Scott Severin (8/Heart of Midlothian) for Lee Wilkie (83) Notes: Torrential rain made it doubtful whether this game would be played, but the referee decided to start. Robert Douglas saved a 12th minute penalty kick from Figo.
(Match 630) 12th February 2003 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - REPUBLIC OF IRELAND 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Eric Braamhaar (Netherlands) Crowd: 33.337, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kilbane (7), 0-2 Morrison (16) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/11) Neil Sullivan (28/Tottenham Hotspur) - Russell Anderson (4/Aberdeen) Steven Caldwell (2/Newcastle United) Christian Dailly (41/West Ham United) - Graham Alexander (9/Preston North End) Barry Ferguson (14/Rangers) Paul Lambert [c] (35/Celtic) Gary Naysmith (10/Everton) - Neil McCann (16/Rangers) - Donald Hutchison (20/West Ham United) Stephen Crawford (8/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Paul Gallacher (3/Dundee United) for Neil Sullivan (HT) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (25/Everton) for Paul Lambert (HT) Paul Devlin (3/Birmingham City) for Donald Hutchison (HT) Colin Cameron (16/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Barry Ferguson (64) James Smith (1/Celtic) for Neil McCann (64) Steven Thompson (8/Rangers) for Stephen Crawford (64) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Coach: Brian Kerr) Dean Kiely (Nick Colgan 80) - Stephen Carr, Gary Breen (Andy O'Brien 90), John O'Shea (Richard Dunne 80), Ian Harte - Steven Reid (Lee Carsley 77), Matt Holland [c], Mark Kinsella (Colin Healy 77), Kevin Kilbane - Clinton Morrison, Gary Doherty (David Connolly 73).
(Match 631) 29th March 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - ICELAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Rene Temmink (Netherlands) Crowd: 37.938, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Miller (12), 1-1 Gudjohnsen (49), 2-1 Wilkie (71) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/12) Robert Douglas (8/Celtic) - Christian Dailly (42/West Ham United) Steven Pressley (6/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (6/Dundee) - Graham Alexander (10/Preston North End) Paul Lambert [c] (36/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (15/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (11/Everton) - Donald Hutchison (21/West Ham United) - Kenneth Miller (2/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Stephen Crawford (9/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Paul Devlin (4/Birmingham City) for Donald Hutchison (64) Jackie McNamara (15/Celtic) for Kenneth Miller (81) ICELAND: (Coach: Atli Edvaldsson) Arni Arason - Larus Sigurdsson, Gudni Bergsson, Ivar Ingimarsson - Brynjar Gunnarsson (Thordur Gudjonsson 73), Bjarni Thorsteinsson, Arnar Gretarsson, Johannes Karl Gudjonsson, Arnar Vidarsson (Indridi Sigurdsson 82) - Runar Kristinsson [c], Eidur Gudjohnsen (Tryggvi Gudmundsson 88).
(Match 632) 2nd April 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) LITHUANIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Fritz Stuchlik (Austria) Crowd: 6.400, S.Dariaus ir S.Gireno stadionas, Kaunas Goal: 1-0 Razanauskas (74) penalty LITHUANIA: (Coach: Algimantas Liubinskas) Gintaras Stauce [c] - Dainius Gleveckas, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas, Ignas Dedura, Nerijus Barasa - Igoris Morinas, Vadimas Petrenka (Darius Maciulevicius 70), Deividas Semberas, Saulius Mikalajunas (Orestas Buitkus 88) - Edgaras Jankauskas (Arturas Fomenka 62), Tomas Razanauskas. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/13) Paul Gallacher (4/Dundee United) - Christian Dailly (43/West Ham United) Steven Pressley (7/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (7/Dundee) - Graham Alexander (11/Preston North End) Jackie McNamara (16/Celtic) Paul Lambert [c] (37/Celtic) Donald Hutchison (22/West Ham United) Gary Naysmith (12/Everton) - Stephen Crawford (10/Dunfermline Athletic) Kenneth Miller (3/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Paul Devlin (5/Birmingham City) for Stephen Crawford (56) Andrew Gray (1/Bradford City) for Jackie McNamara (78) Colin Cameron (17/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Donald Hutchison (83)
(Match 633) 30th April 2003 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Nicolai Vollquartz (Denmark) Crowd: 12.189, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kirchler (27), 0-2 Haas (32) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/14) Paul Gallacher (5/Dundee United) - Lee Wilkie (8/Dundee) Andrew Webster (1/Heart of Midlothian) Steven Pressley (8/Heart of Midlothian) - Paul Devlin (6/Birmingham City) Craig William Burley (46/Derby County) Gary Naysmith (13/Everton) Christian Dailly [c] (44/West Ham United) - Donald Hutchison (23/West Ham United) - Steven Thompson (9/Rangers) James McFadden (3/Motherwell) Subs: Stephen Crawford (11/Dunfermline Athletic) for Steven Thompson (HT) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (26/Everton) for Christian Dailly (HT) Kenneth Miller (4/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Donald Hutchison (61) Colin Cameron (18/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Craig Burley (63) James Smith (2/Celtic) for Paul Devlin (84) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Johann Krankl) Thomas Mandl - Paul Scharner, Anton Ehmann, Martin Stranzl, Ernst Dospel - Rene Aufhauser, Markus Schopp, Thomas Flogel [c] (Mario Hieblinger 90+1), Michael Wagner, Roland Kirchler (Andreas Herzog 83) - Mario Haas (Ronald Brunmayr 63).
(Match 634) 27th May 2003 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NEW ZEALAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Martin Ingvarsson (Sweden) Crowd: 10.016, Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh Goals: 1-0 Crawford (10), 1-1 Nelsen (47) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/15) Robert Douglas (9/Celtic) - Maurice Ross (9/Rangers) Steven Pressley (9/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Webster (2/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (14/Everton) - Paul Devlin (7/Birmingham City) Christian Dailly [c] (45/West Ham United) Jackie McNamara (17/Celtic) James McFadden (4/Motherwell) - Kevin Kyle (8/Sunderland) Stephen Crawford (12/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Graham Alexander (12/Preston North End) for Maurice Ross (HT) Andrew Gray (2/Bradford City) for Kevin Kyle (60) Brian Kerr (1/Newcastle United) for Jackie McNamara (83) NEW ZEALAND: (Coach: Mick Waitt) Michael Utting (Jason Batty HT) - David Mulligan (Duncan Oughton HT), Chris Zoricich [c] (Scott Smith 70), Ryan Nelsen, Gerard Davis - Chris Jackson (Raf de Gregorio 54), Simon Elliott, Mark Burton, Vaughan Coveny - Aaran Lines (Chris Bouckenooghe 80), Noah Hickey.
(Match 635) 7th June 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - GERMANY 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Domenico Messina (Italy) Crowd: 48.047, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Bobic (22), 1-1 Miller (68) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/16) Robert Douglas (10/Celtic) - Maurice Ross (10/Rangers) Steven Pressley (10/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Webster (3/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (15/Everton) - Paul Devlin (8/Birmingham City) Colin Cameron (19/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Christian Dailly (46/West Ham United) Paul Lambert [c] (38/Celtic) - Kenneth Miller (5/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Stephen Crawford (13/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Gavin Rae (3/Dundee) for Paul Devlin (59) Jackie McNamara (18/Celtic) for Maurice Ross (74) Steven Thompson (10/Rangers) for Kenneth Miller (89) GERMANY: (Coach: Rudolf Voller) Oliver Kahn [c] - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Worns - Torsten Frings, Bernd Schneider (Sebastian Kehl 86), Jens Jeremies, Michael Ballack, Tobias Rau (Paul Freier 57) - Fredi Bobic, Miroslav Klose (Oliver Neuville 74).
(Match 636) 20th August 2003 (Friendly match) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Mikko Vuorela (Finland) Crowd: 12.758, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo NORWAY: (Coach: Nils Johan Semb) Espen Johnsen - Christer Basma (Alexander Aas 70), Henning Berg [c] (Ronny Johnsen HT), Claus Lundekvam, Andre Bergdolmo (Steffen Iversen 68) - Martin Andresen, Frode Johnsen (Jan Gunnar Solli HT), Brede Hangeland (Trond Andersen HT), John Arne Riise - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - John Carew (Havard Flo 72). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/17) Robert Douglas (11/Celtic) - Maurice Ross (11/Rangers) Andrew Webster (4/Heart of Midlothian) Steven Pressley (11/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (47/West Ham United) - Colin Cameron (20/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Paul Lambert [c] (39/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (16/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (16/Everton) - Stephen Crawford (14/Dunfermline Athletic) Donald Hutchison (24/West Ham United) Subs: Darren Fletcher (1/Manchester United) for Maurice Ross (60) Paul Devlin (9/Birmingham City) for Stephen Crawford (79) Gavin Rae (4/Dundee) for Colin Cameron (84)
(Match 637) 6th September 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 3-1 (2-1) Referee: Darko Ceferin (Slovenia) Crowd: 40.901, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McCann (8), 1-1 Johnsson (35), 2-1 Dickov (45+2), 3-1 McFadden (73) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/18) Robert Douglas (12/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (19/Celtic) Lee Wilkie (9/Dundee) Andrew Webster (5/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (17/Everton) - Paul Devlin (10/Birmingham City) Colin Cameron (21/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Barry Ferguson [c] (17/Blackburn Rovers) Neil McCann (17/Southampton) - Paul Dickov (5/Leicester City) Stephen Crawford (15/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: James McFadden (5/Everton) for Paul Devlin (58) Gavin Rae (5/Dundee) for Paul Dickov (67) Steven Thompson (11/Rangers) for Stephen Crawford (75) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Henrik Larsen) Jakup Mikkelsen - Jann Ingi Petersen, Oli Johannesen [c], Jon Roi Jacobsen, Pol Thorsteinsson - Julian Johnsson (Atli Danielsen 84), Frodi Benjaminsen, John Petersen, Rogvi Jacobsen - Jakup a Borg (Christian Holst 84), Helgi Petersen (Tor-Ingar Akselsen 65). Notes: This was the first match for Scotland with the new home shirt provided by Diadora, who was appointed as the team's strip manufacturers in place of Fila, whose deal ended this summer.
(Match 638) 10th September 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) GERMANY - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden) Crowd: 67.000, Westfalenstadion, Dortmund Goals: 1-0 Bobic (25), 2-0 Ballack (50) penalty, 2-1 McCann (60) GERMANY: (Coach: Rudolf Voller) Oliver Kahn [c] - Arne Friedrich, Christian Worns, Frank Baumann, Tobias Rau - Bernd Schneider (Sebastian Kehl 81), Carsten Ramelow, Michael Ballack, Marko Rehmer - Fredi Bobic (Miroslav Klose 76), Kevin Kuranyi. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/19) Robert Douglas (13/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (20/Celtic) Steven Pressley (12/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (48/West Ham United) Gary Naysmith (18/Everton) - James McFadden (6/Everton) Paul Lambert [c] (40/Celtic) Barry Ferguson (18/Blackburn Rovers) Colin Cameron (22/Wolverhampton Wanderers) - Steven Thompson (12/Rangers) Neil McCann (18/Southampton) Subs: Maurice Ross (12/Rangers) for Paul Lambert (HT) Gavin Rae (6/Dundee) for James McFadden (53) Notes: Maurice Ross was sent off after 66 minutes.
(Match 639) 11th October 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Claude Colombo (France) Crowd: 50.343, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Fletcher (70) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/20) Robert Douglas (14/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (21/Celtic) Steven Pressley (13/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (49/West Ham United) Gary Naysmith (19/Everton) - Gavin Rae (7/Dundee) Colin Cameron (23/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Barry Ferguson [c] (19/Blackburn Rovers) James McFadden (7/Everton) - Stephen Crawford (16/Dunfermline Athletic) Kenneth Miller (6/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Darren Fletcher (2/Manchester United) for Colin Cameron (65) Donald Hutchison (25/West Ham United) for Kenneth Miller (65) Graham Alexander (13/Preston North End) for James McFadden (89) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Algimantas Liubinskas) Gintaras Stauce [c] - Rolandas Dziaukstas, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas, Ignas Dedura, Darius Regelskis (Ricardas Beniusis 86) - Nerijus Barasa, Donatas Vencevicius (Darius Maciulevicius 79), Tomas Razanauskas, Giedrius Barevicius (Deividas Cesnauskis HT) - Edgaras Jankauskas, Robertas Poskus.
(Match 640) 15th November 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, 1st Leg) SCOTLAND - NETHERLANDS 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway) Crowd: 50.670, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 McFadden (22) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/21) Robert Douglas (15/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (22/Celtic) Steven Pressley (14/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (10/Dundee) Gary Naysmith (20/Everton) - Christian Dailly (50/West Ham United) - Darren Fletcher (3/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (20/Blackburn Rovers) Neil McCann (19/Southampton) - Paul Dickov (6/Leicester City) James McFadden (8/Everton) Subs: Kenneth Miller (7/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Paul Dickov (66) Stephen Pearson (1/Motherwell) for Neil McCann (71) Donald Hutchison (26/West Ham United) for James McFadden (90) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Dick Advocaat) Edwin van der Sar - Andre Ooijer, Jaap Stam, Frank de Boer [c], Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Clarence Seedorf HT) - Andy van der Meijde, Phillip Cocu, Edgar Davids (Rafael van der Vaart 60), Marc Overmars - Patrick Kluivert (Roy Makaay 77) - Ruud van Nistelrooij. Notes: The runners-up of the 10 qualifying groups entered a random draw for two-legged play-off matches from which five more countries qualified for the 2004 European Championship Finals. Scotland were runners-up in Group 5, the Netherlands finished second in Group 3. Christian Dailly became the 24th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 641) 19th November 2003 (2004 European Championship Qualifying, Play-off, 2nd Leg) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 6-0 (3-0) Referee: Lubos Michel (Slovakia) Crowd: 51.000, Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam Goals: 1-0 Sneijder (14), 2-0 Ooijer (32), 3-0 van Nistelrooij (37), 4-0 van Nistelrooij (51), 5-0 de Boer (65), 6-0 van Nistelrooij (67) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Dick Advocaat) Edwin van der Sar - Michael Reiziger, Andre Ooijer (Frank de Boer HT), Wilfred Bouma (Clarence Seedorf 68) - Phillip Cocu [c], Wesley Sneijder, Rafael van der Vaart, Edgar Davids - Andy van der Meijde, Ruud van Nistelrooij (Patrick Kluivert 77), Marc Overmars. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/22) Robert Douglas (16/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (23/Celtic) Steven Pressley (15/Heart of Midlothian) Lee Wilkie (11/Dundee) Gary Naysmith (21/Everton) - Darren Fletcher (4/Manchester United) Gavin Rae (8/Dundee) Barry Ferguson [c] (21/Blackburn Rovers) Neil McCann (20/Southampton) - Paul Dickov (7/Leicester City) James McFadden (9/Everton) Subs: Maurice Ross (13/Rangers) for Gary Naysmith (HT) Sthepen Crawford (17/Dunfermline Athletic) for Paul Dickov (HT) Kenneth Miller (8/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Neil McCann (63) Notes: Scotland lost 1-6 on aggregate and failed to qualify for the 2004 European Championship Finals in Portugal.
(Match 642) 18th February 2004 (Friendly match) WALES - SCOTLAND 4-0 (2-0) Referee: Michael Ross (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 47.124, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Earnshaw (1), 2-0 Earnshaw (34), 3-0 Earnshaw (57), 4-0 Taylor (77) WALES: (Manager: Leslie [Mark] Hughes) Mark Crossley (Darren Ward HT) - Robert Edwards, Andrew Melville (Kit Symons 86), Robert Page, Daniel Gabbidon - John Oster, Robbie Savage (Carl Fletcher 71), Gary Speed [c] (Carl Robinson 71), Simon Davies (Paul Parry 32) - Robert Earnshaw, Ryan Giggs (Gareth Taylor HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/23) Robert Douglas (17/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (24/Celtic) Steven Caldwell (3/Leeds United) Paul Ritchie (7/Walsall) Gary Naysmith (22/Everton) - Christian Dailly [c] (51/West Ham United) - Darren Fletcher (5/Manchester United) Colin Cameron (24/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Stephen Pearson (2/Celtic) - Kenneth Miller (9/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Paul Dickov (8/Leicester City) Subs: Graeme Murty (1/Reading) for Gary Naysmith (HT) James McFadden (10/Everton) for Stephen Pearson (HT) Paul Gallagher (1/Blackburn Rovers) for Colin Cameron (67) Andrew Webster (6/Heart of Midlothian) for Darren Fletcher (85) Notes: The referee Michael Ross was replaced by the assistant referee David Redfern (Northern Ireland) at half-time. On 2nd February 2004 Steven Caldwell (Newcastle United) joined Leeds United on loan until the end of the season.
(Match 643) 31st March 2004 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ROMANIA 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Jouni Hyytia (Finland) Crowd: 20.433, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Chivu (36), 0-2 Pancu (50), 1-2 McFadden (57) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/24) Paul Gallacher (6/Dundee United) - Christian Dailly [c] (52/West Ham United) Steven Pressley (16/Heart of Midlothian) John Kennedy (1/Celtic) - Graham Alexander (14/Preston North End) Gary Caldwell (5/Hibernian) Gavin Rae (9/Rangers) Colin Cameron (25/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Neil McCann (21/Southampton) - Kenneth Miller (10/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Steven Thompson (13/Rangers) Subs: Stephen Crainey (5/Southampton) for John Kennedy (17) James McFadden (11/Everton) for Kenneth Miller (51) Stephen Crawford (18/Dunfermline Athletic) for Steven Thompson (63) ROMANIA: (Coach: Anghel Iordanescu) Bogdan Stelea (Bogdan Lobont HT) - Flavius Stoican, Adrian Iencsi, Cristian Chivu [c], Razvan Rat - Florentin Petre (Nicolae Mitea HT), Ovidiu Petre, Daniel Pancu (Ionel Danciulescu 89), Florin Cernat (Florin Soava 63) - Ioan Ganea (Andrei Cristea 81), Adrian Mutu.
(Match 644) 28th April 2004 (Friendly match) DENMARK - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Martin Ingvarsson (Sweden) Crowd: 22.885, Parken, Copenhagen Goal: 1-0 Sand (61) DENMARK: (Coach: Morten Olsen) Thomas Sorensen - Thomas Helveg, Rene Henriksen [c] (Per Kroldrup 66), Martin Laursen, Niclas Jensen (Asbjorn Sennels HT) - Daniel Jensen, Claus Jensen (Kenneth Perez HT), Morten Wieghorst (Martin Retov 80) - Jesper Gronkjaer (Thomas Rasmussen 83), Jon Dahl Tomasson (Ebbe Sand HT), Martin Jorgensen (Dennis Rommedahl 66). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/25) Paul Gallacher (7/Dundee United) - Gary Caldwell (6/Hibernian) Steven Pressley (17/Heart of Midlothian) Malcolm Mackay (1/Norwich City) Stephen Crainey (6/Southampton) - Colin Cameron (26/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Darren Fletcher (6/Manchester United) Christian Dailly [c] (53/West Ham United) Gary Holt (4/Norwich City) - Kevin Kyle (9/Sunderland) James McFadden (12/Everton) Subs: Peter Canero (1/Leicester City) for Gary Holt (16) Neil McCann (22/Southampton) for Colin Cameron (HT) Notes: The referee Martin Ingvarsson was replaced by the 4th official Stefan Johannesson (Sweden) at half-time.
(Match 645) 27th May 2004 (Friendly match) ESTONIA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Tonny Kolbech Poulsen (Denmark) Crowd: 4.000, A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn Goal: 0-1 McFadden (76) ESTONIA: (Coach: Arnoldus Pijpers) Martin Kaalma - Teet Allas, Andrei Stepanov, Enar Jaager, Ragnar Klavan - Taavi Rahn, Martin Reim, Kristen Viikmae, Sergei Terehhov (Ott Reinumae 85) - Andres Oper, Joel Lindpere (Tarmo Kink 75). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/26) Paul Gallacher (8/Dundee United) - David McNamee (1/Livingston) Steven Pressley (18/Heart of Midlothian) Malcolm Mackay (2/Norwich City) Richard Hughes (1/Portsmouth) - Gary Caldwell (7/Hibernian) Gary Holt (5/Norwich City) Nigel Quashie (1/Portsmouth) Darren Fletcher [c] (7/Manchester United) - James McFadden (13/Everton) Kenneth Miller (11/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Andrew Webster (7/Heart of Midlothian) for Steven Pressley (HT) Stephen Crawford (19/Dunfermline Athletic) for Kenneth Miller (79) Brian Kerr (2/Newcastle United) for James McFadden (89)
(Match 646) 30th May 2004 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 4-1 (4-0) Referee: Pieter Vink (Netherlands) Crowd: 16.187, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 1-0 Fletcher (6), 2-0 Holt (12), 3-0 G.Caldwell (23), 4-0 Quashie (35), 4-1 John (55) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/27) Craig Gordon (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Jackie McNamara (25/Celtic) Steven Pressley [c] (19/Heart of Midlothian) Malcolm Mackay (3/Norwich City) James McAllister (1/Livingston) - Nigel Quashie (2/Portsmouth) Darren Fletcher (8/Manchester United) Gary Caldwell (8/Hibernian) - Gary Holt (6/Norwich City) - James McFadden (14/Everton) Stephen Crawford (20/Dunfermline Athletic) Subs: Brian Kerr (3/Newcastle United) for Gary Holt (54) Kenneth Miller (12/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Stephen Crawford (67) Richard Hughes (2/Portsmouth) for Nigel Quashie (71) Steven Caldwell (4/Newcastle United) for Gary Caldwell (78) David McNamee (2/Livingston) for Malcolm Mackay (85) Andrew Webster (8/Heart of Midlothian) for James McFadden (85) TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: (Coach: Bertille St.Clair) Clayton Ince - Brent Sancho, Ian Cox, Marvin Andrews - Carlos Edwards (Densill Theobald 90), Arnold Dwarika (Jerren Nixon 74), Angus Eve [c] (Kerwyn Jemmot 81), Stokely Mason, Kenwyne Jones (Marlon Rojas HT) - Cornell Glen (Andre Boucaud 28), Stern John. Notes: On 4th May 2004 Newcastle United had recalled Steven Caldwell from his loan spell at Leeds United. Gary Caldwell is Steven Caldwell's younger brother.
(Match 647) 18th August 2004 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - HUNGARY 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Laurent Duhamel (France) Crowd: 15.933, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Huszti (45+3) penalty, 0-2 Huszti (53), 0-3 Marshall (72) own goal SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/28) David Marshall (1/Celtic) - Gary Holt (7/Norwich City) Andrew Webster (9/Heart of Midlothian) Steven Pressley (20/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (23/Everton) - Barry Ferguson [c] (22/Blackburn Rovers) - Gary Caldwell (9/Hibernian) Nigel Quashie (3/Portsmouth) - Darren Fletcher (9/Manchester United) - Kenneth Miller (13/Wolverhampton Wanderers) James McFadden (15/Everton) Subs: Steven Thompson (14/Rangers) for Gary Caldwell (HT) Stephen Crawford (21/Plymouth Argyle) for Kenneth Miller (57) Scott Severin (9/Aberdeen) for Barry Ferguson (71) Stephen Pearson (3/Celtic) for Darren Fletcher (73) HUNGARY: (Coach: Lothar Matthaus) Gabor Kiraly - Roland Juhasz (Gabor Gyepes 84), Peter Stark, Andras Toth - Laszlo Bodnar, Csaba Feher (Denes Rosa 64), Balazs Molnar, Szabolcs Huszti (Boldizsar Bodor 87) - Zoltan Gera [c] (Leandro de Almeida "Leandro" 76) - Sandor Torghelle (Peter Kovacs 25), Peter Simek.
(Match 648) 3rd September 2004 (Friendly match) SPAIN - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-1) (ABANDONED AFTER 59 MINUTES) Referee: Stephane Bre (France) Crowd: 15.000, Estadi Ciutat de Valencia, Valencia Goals: 0-1 McFadden (18), 1-1 "Raul" (57) penalty SPAIN: (Coach: Luis Aragones) Iker Casillas [c] - Aitor Lopez Rekarte, Carles Puyol, Carlos Marchena (Ivan Helguera 57), Asier del Horno - Ruben Baraja (Juan Carlos Valeron HT), Joaquin Sanchez "Joaquin", Xabi Alonso, Jose Antonio Reyes - Raul Tamudo (Vicente Rodriguez "Vicente" HT), Fernando Torres (Raul Gonzalez "Raul" HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/29) Craig Gordon (2/Heart of Midlothian) - Gary Caldwell (10/Hibernian) Andrew Webster (10/Heart of Midlothian) Malcolm Mackay (4/Norwich City) Gary Naysmith (24/Everton) - Jackie McNamara (26/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (10/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (23/Blackburn Rovers) Nigel Quashie (4/Portsmouth) James McFadden (16/Everton) - Stephen Crawford (22/Plymouth Argyle) Subs: Stephen Pearson (4/Celtic) for James McFadden (HT) Kenneth Miller (14/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Stephen Crawford (57) Colin Cameron (27/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Darren Fletcher (57) Notes: After 59 minutes the stadium was plunged into darkness when the floodlights failed after a lightning storm that provoked a power cut. Torrential rain followed which flooded the ground. These events left the referee with no option but to abandon the match, after a mandatory 15 minutes wait. Another international friendly has been abandoned in Scotland's history (against Austria in May 1963). As on that occasion, the Scotland players still received caps for their efforts, despite the match not finishing.
(Match 649) 8th September 2004 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - SLOVENIA 0-0 Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark) Crowd: 38.278, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/30) Craig Gordon (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Gary Caldwell (11/Hibernian) Andrew Webster (11/Heart of Midlothian) Malcolm Mackay (5/Norwich City) Gary Naysmith (25/Everton) - Jackie McNamara (27/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (11/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (24/Blackburn Rovers) Nigel Quashie (5/Portsmouth) James McFadden (17/Everton) - Paul Dickov (9/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: Gary Holt (8/Norwich City) for Gary Naysmith (59) Stephen Crawford (23/Plymouth Argyle) for Paul Dickov (80) SLOVENIA: (Coach: Branko Oblak) Borut Mavric - Jalen Pokorn, Matej Mavric, Aleksander Knavs [c], Amir Karic - Simon Seslar - Nastja Ceh, Andrej Komac - Milenko Acimovic - Zlatko Dedic (Goran Sukalo 79), Ermin Siljak (Klemen Lavric 64).
(Match 650) 9th October 2004 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - NORWAY 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Paul Allaerts (Belgium) Crowd: 48.882, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Iversen (54) penalty SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/31) Craig Gordon (4/Heart of Midlothian) - Gary Caldwell (12/Hibernian) Russell Anderson (5/Aberdeen) Andrew Webster (12/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (26/Everton) - Darren Fletcher (12/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (25/Blackburn Rovers) Gary Holt (9/Norwich City) Richard Hughes (3/Portsmouth) - Paul Dickov (10/Blackburn Rovers) James McFadden (18/Everton) Subs: Stephen Pearson (5/Celtic) for Richard Hughes (63) Kenneth Miller (15/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Paul Dickov (75) Steven Thompson (15/Rangers) for Gary Holt (80) NORWAY: (Coach: Age Hareide) Thomas Myhre - Andre Bergdolmo, Erik Hagen, Claus Lundekvam [c], John Arne Riise - Jan Gunnar Solli, Tommy Svindal Larsen - Jan Derek Sorensen (Martin Andresen 73), Steffen Iversen (Frode Johnsen 88), Magne Hoseth (Morten Gamst Pedersen 58) - John Carew. Notes: James McFadden was sent off after 53 minutes.
(Match 651) 13th October 2004 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) MOLDOVA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson (Iceland) Crowd: 7.000, Stadionul Republican, Chisinau Goals: 1-0 Dadu (28), 1-1 Thompson (31) MOLDOVA: (Coach: Victor Pasulko) Evgheni Hmaruc - Alexei Savinov, Serghei Lascencov - Ghenadie Olexici (Boris Cebotari 39), Valeriu Catinsus, Iurie Priganiuc - Serghei Covalciuc, Stanislav Ivanov, Serghei Rogaciov (Iurie Miterev 86), Iulian Bursuc, Serghei Dadu. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Hans-Hubert Vogts/32) Craig Gordon (5/Heart of Midlothian) - Gary Caldwell (13/Hibernian) Steven Caldwell (5/Sunderland) Andrew Webster (13/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Naysmith (27/Everton) - Darren Fletcher (13/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (26/Blackburn Rovers) Gary Holt (10/Norwich City) Colin Cameron (28/Wolverhampton Wanderers) - Steven Thompson (16/Rangers) Stephen Crawford (24/Plymouth Argyle) Subs: Ian Murray (2/Hibernian) for Gary Naysmith (HT) Kenneth Miller (16/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Darren Fletcher (66) Lee McCulloch (1/Wigan Athletic) for Steven Thompson (86)
(Match 652) 17th November 2004 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SWEDEN 1-4 (0-1) Referee: Jaroslav Jara (Czech Republic) Crowd: 15.071, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Allback (27), 0-2 Allback (49), 0-3 Elmander (73), 0-4 Berglund (74), 1-4 McFadden (77) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Thomas Burns/1) David Marshall (2/Celtic) - Kevin McNaughton (3/Aberdeen) Russell Anderson (6/Aberdeen) Andrew Webster (14/Heart of Midlothian) Ian Murray (3/Hibernian) - Jackie McNamara [c] (28/Celtic) - Barry Nicholson (3/Dunfermline Athletic) Nigel Quashie (6/Portsmouth) Stephen Pearson (6/Celtic) James McFadden (19/Everton) - Kenneth Miller (17/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Steven Hammell (1/Motherwell) for Andrew Webster (54) Scott Severin (10/Aberdeen) for Jackie McNamara (64) Stephen Crawford (25/Plymouth Argyle) for Kenneth Miller (71) Richard Hughes (4/Portsmouth) for Nigel Quashie (89) SWEDEN: (Coach: Lars Lagerback) Magnus Hedman - Mikael Nilsson (Alexander Ostlund 63), Olof Mellberg [c] (Petter Hansson HT), Teddy Lucic (Tobias Linderoth 82), Mikael Dorsin - Anders Andersson, Niclas Alexandersson, Kim Kallstrom, Christian Wilhelmsson (Sharbel Touma 77) - Marcus Allback (Johan Elmander 64), Fredrik Berglund. Notes: Berti Vogts resigned as Scotland's national coach on Monday, 1 November. On 4th November 2004 the Scottish FA named the assistant coach Thomas Burns to take the role of caretaker manager. He was a Scotland international, winning eight caps between 1981-1988, while a Celtic player.
(Match 653) 26th March 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) ITALY - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Kyros Vassaras (Greece) Crowd: 40.745, Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan Goals: 1-0 Pirlo (35), 2-0 Pirlo (84) ITALY: (Coach: Marcello Lippi) Gianluigi Buffon - Daniele Bonera, Fabio Cannavaro [c], Marco Materazzi, Giorgio Chiellini - Mauro Camoranesi, Andrea Pirlo, Gennaro Gattuso - Francesco Totti (Daniele De Rossi 70) - Alberto Gilardino, Antonio Cassano (Luca Toni 82). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/1) Robert Douglas (18/Celtic) - Jackie McNamara (29/Celtic) Steven Pressley (21/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (38/Everton) Gary Naysmith (28/Everton) - Gary Caldwell (14/Hibernian) - Paul Hartley (1/Heart of Midlothian) Nigel Quashie (7/Southampton) Barry Ferguson [c] (27/Rangers) Lee McCulloch (2/Wigan Athletic) - Kenneth Miller (18/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Craig Gordon (6/Heart of Midlothian) for Robert Douglas (39) Neil McCann (23/Southampton) for Paul Hartley (76) Garry O'Connor (4/Hibernian) for Kenneth Miller (87) Notes: The Scottish FA named Walter Smith as new manager of Scotland national team on Thursday, 2 December 2004. Owing to a mix-up, substitutes McCann and Crawford wore each other's numbers. This led to TV and initial match reports saying the latter replaced Hartley when, as the Scottish FA later confirmed, it was actually McCann.
(Match 654) 4th June 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - MOLDOVA 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Eric Braamhaar (Netherlands) Crowd: 45.317, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Dailly (52), 2-0 McFadden (88) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/2) Craig Gordon (7/Heart of Midlothian) - Steven Pressley (22/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (39/Everton) Andrew Webster (15/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (15/Preston North End) Darren Fletcher (14/Manchester United) Paul Hartley (2/Heart of Midlothian) Barry Ferguson [c] (28/Rangers) Jackie McNamara (30/Celtic) - Lee McCulloch (3/Wigan Athletic) Kenneth Miller (19/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Christian Dailly (54/West Ham United) for Jackie McNamara (26) James McFadden (20/Everton) for Lee McCulloch (74) MOLDOVA: (Coach: Victor Pasulko) Evgheni Hmaruc - Serghei Lascencov (Alexandr Covalenco HT), Valeriu Catinsus [c] (Serghei Covalciuc 60), Iurie Priganiuc - Ghenadie Olexici, Stanislav Ivanov, Serghei Epureanu, Alexei Savinov, Vadim Boret - Serghei Rogaciov (Viorel Frunza 82), Serghei Dadu.
(Match 655) 8th June 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) BELARUS - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Olegario Bartolo Benquerenša (Portugal) Crowd: 28.287, Stadyjon Dynama, Minsk BELARUS: (Coach: Anatoliy Baidachnyi) Yury Zhawnow - Syarhey Hurenka [c], Syarhey Shtanyuk, Syarhey Yaskovich, Syarhey Amelyanchuk - Dzyanis Kowba, Tsimafey Kalachow (Vyachaslaw Hleb 59), Valyantsin Byalkevich, Alyaksandr Hleb - Vital Bulyha (Alyaksandr Kulchy 85), Syarhey Karnilenka. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/3) Craig Gordon (8/Heart of Midlothian) - David Weir (40/Everton) Steven Pressley (23/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Webster (16/Heart of Midlothian) Christian Dailly (55/West Ham United) - Gary Caldwell (15/Hibernian) - Darren Fletcher (15/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (29/Rangers) Graham Alexander (16/Preston North End) Lee McCulloch (4/Wigan Athletic) - Kenneth Miller (20/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: James McFadden (21/Everton) for Lee McCulloch (76)
(Match 656) 17th August 2005 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 2-2 (0-2) Referee: Selšuk Dereli (Turkey) Crowd: 13.800, Arnold Schwarzenegger Stadion, Graz Goals: 0-1 Miller (3), 0-2 O'Connor (38), 1-2 Ibertsberger (83), 2-2 Standfest (86) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Johann Krankl) Helge Payer (Andreas Schranz HT) - Ronald Geršaliu, Anton Ehmann, Ernst Dospel (Joachim Standfest 54), Emanuel Pogatetz - Markus Schopp (Andreas Ibertsberger 68), Dietmar Kuhbauer (Jurgen Saumel 78), Rene Aufhauser, Andreas Ivanschitz [c] - Christian Mayrleb (Muhammet Akagunduz 65), Ivica Vastic (Sanel Kuljic 65). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/4) Craig Gordon (9/Heart of Midlothian) - Steven Pressley (24/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Webster (17/Heart of Midlothian) Steven Caldwell (6/Sunderland) Jackie McNamara (31/Wolverhampton Wanderers) - Christian Dailly [c] (56/West Ham United) Brian O'Neil (7/Preston North End) Nigel Quashie (8/Southampton) Graham Alexander (17/Preston North End) - Garry O'Connor (5/Hibernian) Kenneth Miller (21/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Robert Douglas (19/Leicester City) for Craig Gordon (HT) Russell Anderson (7/Aberdeen) for Steven Pressley (HT) Scott Severin (11/Aberdeen) for Brian O'Neil (HT) Derek Riordan (1/Hibernian) for Kenneth Miller (HT) Richard Hughes (5/Portsmouth) for Nigel Quashie (73)
(Match 657) 3rd September 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - ITALY 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Lubos Michel (Slovakia) Crowd: 50.185, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Miller (13), 1-1 Grosso (75) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/5) Craig Gordon (10/Heart of Midlothian) - Jackie McNamara (32/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Andrew Webster (18/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (41/Everton) Graham Alexander (18/Preston North End) - Darren Fletcher (16/Manchester United) Christian Dailly (57/West Ham United) Barry Ferguson [c] (30/Rangers) Paul Hartley (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Nigel Quashie (9/Southampton) Kenneth Miller (22/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Neil McCann (24/Southampton) for Nigel Quashie (67) Craig Beattie (1/Celtic) for Kenneth Miller (76) ITALY: (Coach: Marcello Lippi) Angelo Peruzzi - Cristian Zaccardo (Fabio Grosso HT), Fabio Cannavaro [c], Alessandro Nesta, Gianluca Zambrotta - Daniele De Rossi (Mauro Camoranesi 60), Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo, Francesco Totti - Christian Vieri, Vincenzo Iaquinta (Luca Toni 71).
(Match 658) 7th September 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Alain Hamer (Luxembourg) Crowd: 24.904, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo Goals: 0-1 Miller (20), 0-2 Miller (30), 1-2 Arst (89) NORWAY: (Coach: Age Hareide) Thomas Myhre - Jan Gunnar Solli (Kristofer Haestad HT), Vidar Riseth, Claus Lundekvam, Andre Bergdolmo - Martin Andresen [c], Christian Grindheim - Alex Valencia (Daniel Braaten HT), Egil Ostenstad (Ole Martin Arst HT), John Arne Riise - John Carew. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/6) Craig Gordon (11/Heart of Midlothian) - Steven Pressley (25/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (42/Everton) Andrew Webster (19/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (19/Preston North End) Darren Fletcher (17/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (31/Rangers) Jackie McNamara (33/Wolverhampton Wanderers) - Paul Hartley (4/Heart of Midlothian) James McFadden (22/Everton) - Kenneth Miller (23/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Neil McCann (25/Southampton) for Kenneth Miller (40) Craig Beattie (2/Celtic) for James McFadden (72)
(Match 659) 8th October 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SCOTLAND - BELARUS 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Zsolt Szabo (Hungary) Crowd: 51.105, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Kutuzaw (5) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/7) Craig Gordon (12/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (20/Preston North End) David Weir (43/Everton) Steven Pressley (26/Heart of Midlothian) Ian Murray (4/Rangers) - Christian Dailly (58/West Ham United) - Paul Hartley (5/Heart of Midlothian) Darren Fletcher (18/Manchester United) Barry Ferguson [c] (32/Rangers) Lee McCulloch (5/Wigan Athletic) - Kenneth Miller (24/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Shaun Maloney (1/Celtic) for Ian Murray (HT) BELARUS: (Coach: Anatoliy Bajdachnyi) Vasil Khamutowski - Alyaksandr Kulchy, Uladzimir Karytska, Andrey Astrowski, Ihar Tarlowski - Dzyanis Kowba, Vital Bulyha (Dzyanis Sashcheka 88), Alyaksandr Hleb, Tsimafey Kalachow - Andrey Lavrik [c], Vital Kutuzaw.
(Match 660) 12th October 2005 (2006 World Cup Qualifying Group 5) SLOVENIA - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Rene Temmink (Netherlands) Crowd: 9.100, Arena Petrol, Celje Goals: 0-1 Fletcher (4), 0-2 McFadden (47), 0-3 Hartley (84) SLOVENIA: (Coach: Branko Oblak) Samir Handanovic - Matej Mavric (Andrej Pecnik 25) (Branko Ilic 58), Aleksander Knavs [c], Bostjan Cesar, Andrej Komac - Robert Koren, Anton Zlogar, Nastja Ceh - Milenko Acimovic, Sebastjan Cimirotic, Aleksandar Rodic (Ermin Siljak 54). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/8) Craig Gordon (13/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Webster (20/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (44/Everton) Steven Pressley (27/Heart of Midlothian) - Christian Dailly [c] (59/West Ham United) Paul Hartley (6/Heart of Midlothian) Darren Fletcher (19/Manchester United) Nigel Quashie (10/Southampton) Graham Alexander (21/Preston North End) - James McFadden (23/Everton) - Kenneth Miller (25/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Subs: Gary Caldwell (16/Hibernian) for Steven Pressley (HT) Garry O'Connor (6/Hibernian) for Kenneth Miller (HT) Steven Caldwell (7/Sunderland) for Nigel Quashie (72) Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany.
(Match 661) 12th November 2005 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - USA 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Spain) Crowd: 26.708, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Wolff (8) penalty, 1-1 Webster (36) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/9) Craig Gordon (14/Heart of Midlothian) - David Weir (45/Everton) Steven Pressley (28/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Webster (21/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (22/Preston North End) Paul Hartley (7/Heart of Midlothian) Nigel Quashie (11/Southampton) Christian Dailly [c] (60/West Ham United) - Darren Fletcher (20/Manchester United) Neil McCann (26/Southampton) - Garry O'Connor (7/Hibernian) Subs: Steven Caldwell (8/Sunderland) for Steven Pressley (HT) Gary Caldwell (17/Hibernian) for David Weir (HT) James McFadden (24/Everton) for Neil McCann (62) Shaun Maloney (2/Celtic) for Garry O'Connor (73) Scott Brown (1/Hibernian) for Nigel Quashie (73) USA: (Coach: Bruce Arena) Kasey Keller [c] - Steven Cherundolo, Carlos Bocanegra (James Conrad 78), Gregg Berhalter, Jonathan Spector - Brian Carroll, Kerry Zavagnin (Ben Olsen HT), Eddie Gaven (Santino Quaranta HT), DaMarcus Beasley (Heath Pearce 76) - Joshua Wolff (Chris Rolfe 58), Brian Ching.


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