Scotland International Matches 2006-2010


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(Match 662)  1st March 2006  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND  1-3  (0-2)
Referee:   Bruno Coue (France)
Crowd:	   20.952, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:	   0-1 Barnetta (20), 0-2 Gygax (40), 1-2 Miller (54), 1-3 Cabanas (68)
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  Walter Smith/10)
Craig Gordon	                     (15/Heart of Midlothian) -
Christian Dailly                     (61/West Ham United)
Graham Alexander                     (23/Preston North End) -
David Weir                           (46/Everton)
Andrew Webster                       (22/Heart of Midlothian)
Barry Ferguson [c]                   (33/Rangers) -
Darren Fletcher                      (21/Manchester United)
Gary Caldwell                        (18/Hibernian)
Kenneth Miller                       (26/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Nigel Quashie                        (12/West Bromwich Albion)
James McFadden                       (25/Everton)   

Subs:
Neil Alexander                       (1/Cardiff City)    for Craig Gordon   (HT)
Steven Caldwell                      (9/Sunderland)      for David Weir     (HT)
Gary Teale                           (1/Wigan Athletic)  for Barry Ferguson (HT)

SWITZERLAND:  (Coach:  Jakob Kuhn)
Pascal Zuberbuhler (Fabio Coltorti HT) - Philipp Degen, Philippe Senderos (Boris Smiljanic 73), Valon Behrami 
(Johan Djourou HT), Stephane Grichting - Ricardo Cabanas, Johann Vogel [c] (Blerim Dzemaili 80), Tranquillo 
Barnetta, Raphael Wicky (Johan Vonlanthen HT) - Marco Streller (Mauro Lustrinelli 73), Daniel Gygax.


(Match 663) 11th May 2006 (Kirin Cup) BULGARIA - SCOTLAND 1-5 (1-2) Referee: Toru Kamikawa (Japan) Crowd: 5.780, Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe Goals: 0-1 Boyd (12), 1-1 J.Todorov (26), 1-2 Boyd (43), 1-3 McFadden (69), 1-4 Burke (76), 1-5 Burke (88) BULGARIA: (Coach: Hristo Stoichkov) Stojan Kolev (Nikolaj Mihajlov 71) - Rosen Kirilov, Elin Topuzakov, Asen Karaslavov (Hristo Janev 55), Lucio Wagner Freitas de Souza - Jordan Todorov, Dimitar Telkijski, Stanislav Angelov, Martin Petrov [c] - Valeri Domovchijski (Georgi Iliev 71), Svetoslav Todorov (Tsvetan Genkov 71). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/11) Neil Alexander (2/Cardiff City) - Graeme Murty (2/Reading) David Weir [c] (47/Everton) Russell Anderson (8/Aberdeen) Gary Naysmith (29/Everton) - Gary Caldwell (19/Hibernian) - Darren Fletcher (22/Manchester United) Scott Severin (11/Aberdeen) Lee McCulloch (6/Wigan Athletic) - Gary Teale (2/Wigan Athletic) Kris Boyd (1/Rangers) Subs: James McFadden (26/Everton) for Kris Boyd (52) Gavin Rae (10/Rangers) for Scott Severin (69) Christopher Burke (1/Rangers) for Gary Teale (74) Ian Murray (5/Rangers) for Lee McCulloch (78) David McNamee (3/Livingston) for Graeme Murty (82) Notes: The Bulgarian player Lucio Wagner Freitas de Souza, known simply as Lucio Wagner, is from Brazil.
(Match 664) 13th May 2006 (Kirin Cup) JAPAN - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Eduardo Iturralde Gonzalez (Spain) Crowd: 58.648, Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama JAPAN: (Coach: Arthur Antunes Coimbra-ZICO) Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi - Tsuneyasu Miyamoto, Alessandro Santos, Yuji Nakazawa (Keisuke Tsuboi 50), Akira Kaji - Takashi Fukunishi, Mitsuo Ogasawara, Shinji Ono, Yasuhito Endo (Hisato Sato 72) - Tatsuhiko Kubo (Seiichiro Maki 62), Keiji Tamada. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/12) Neil Alexander (3/Cardiff City) - Graeme Murty (3/Reading) David Weir [c] (48/Everton) Gary Caldwell (20/Hibernian) Russell Anderson (9/Aberdeen) Gary Naysmith (30/Everton) - Darren Fletcher (23/Manchester United) Gary Teale (3/Wigan Athletic) Scott Severin (12/Aberdeen) Lee McCulloch (7/Wigan Athletic) - James McFadden (27/Everton) Subs: Ian Murray (6/Rangers) for Gary Naysmith (HT) Gavin Rae (11/Rangers) for Scott Severin (HT) Kris Boyd (2/Rangers) for James McFadden (59) Christopher Burke (2/Rangers) for Gary Teale (59) Lee Miller (1/Dundee United) for Lee McCulloch (69) David McNamee (4/Livingston) for Graeme Murty (79) Notes: Scotland won the Kirin Cup.
(Match 665) 2nd September 2006 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 6-0 (5-0) Referee: Igor Egorov (Russia) Crowd: 50.059, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Fletcher (7), 2-0 McFadden (10), 3-0 Boyd (24) penalty, 4-0 Miller (30) penalty, 5-0 Boyd (38), 6-0 O'Connor (86) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/13) Craig Gordon (16/Heart of Midlothian) - Christian Dailly (62/West Ham United) Gary Naysmith (31/Everton) - Steven Pressley (29/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir [c] (49/Everton) Nigel Quashie (13/West Bromwich Albion) - Darren Fletcher (24/Manchester United) Paul Hartley (8/Heart of Midlothian) Kenneth Miller (27/Celtic) Kris Boyd (3/Rangers) James McFadden (28/Everton) Subs: Gary Teale (4/Wigan Athletic) for Darren Fletcher (HT) Garry O'Connor (8/FK Lokomotiv Moskva) for Kenneth Miller (61) Scott Severin (13/Aberdeen) for Nigel Quashie (85) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Jogvan Martin Olsen) Jakup Mikkelsen - Jakup a Borg, Oli Johannesen, Atli Danielsen, Janus Joensen - Julian Johnsson (Simun Samuelsen 75), Frodi Benjaminsen, Rogvi Jacobsen (Kari Nielsen 84), Pauli Hansen, Jonhard Frederiksberg (Hanus Thorleifsson 60) - Christian Hogni Jacobsen.
(Match 666) 6th September 2006 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) LITHUANIA - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-0) Referee: Vladimir Hrinak (Slovakia) Crowd: 7.500, S.Dariaus ir S.Gireno SC, Kaunas Goals: 0-1 Dailly (46), 0-2 Miller (63), 1-2 Miceika (85) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Algimantas Liubinskas) Zydrunas Karcemarskas - Marius Stankevicius, Andrius Skerla, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas, Rolandas Dziaukstas - Mindaugas Kalonas, Mantas Savenas (Tomas Tamosauskas 50), Tomas Danilevicius [c], Aidas Preiksaitis (Darius Miceika 81), Saulius Mikoliunas (Tadas Labukas 66) - Robertas Poskus. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/14) Craig Gordon (17/Heart of Midlothian) - Christian Dailly (63/West Ham United) Gary Naysmith (32/Everton) - Steven Pressley (30/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir [c] (50/Everton) Gary Caldwell (21/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (25/Manchester United) Paul Hartley (9/Heart of Midlothian) Kenneth Miller (28/Celtic) Nigel Quashie (14/West Bromwich Albion) James McFadden (29/Everton) Subs: Graham Alexander (24/Preston North End) for James McFadden (21) Kris Boyd (4/Rangers) for Nigel Quashie (43) Scott Severin (14/Aberdeen) for Paul Hartley (88) Notes: David Weir became the 25th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 667) 7th October 2006 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) SCOTLAND - FRANCE 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland) Crowd: 50.456, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Caldwell (66) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/15) Craig Gordon (18/Heart of Midlothian) - Christian Dailly (64/West Ham United) Graham Alexander (25/Preston North End) - Steven Pressley (31/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (51/Everton) Barry Ferguson [c] (34/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (26/Manchester United) Gary Caldwell (22/Celtic) James McFadden (30/Everton) Paul Hartley (10/Heart of Midlothian) Lee McCulloch (8/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Gary Teale (5/Wigan Athletic) for Lee McCulloch (58) Garry O'Connor (9/FK Lokomotiv Moskva) for James McFadden (73) FRANCE: (Coach: Raymond Domenech) Gregory Coupet - Willy Sagnol, Lilian Thuram, Jean-Alain Boumsong, Eric Abidal - Claude Makelele, Patrick Vieira [c] - Franck Ribery (Sylvain Wiltord 74), Thierry Henry, Florent Malouda - David Trezeguet (Louis Saha 62).
(Match 668) 11th October 2006 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) UKRAINE - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Martin Hansson (Sweden) Crowd: 55.000, Stadion NSK Olimpijskyj, Kiev Goals: 1-0 Kucher (60), 2-0 Shevchenko (90) penalty UKRAINE: (Coach: Oleh Blochin) Oleksandr Shovkovskyj - Vjacheslav Sviderskyj, Oleksandr Kucher, Andrij Rusol, Andrij Nesmachnyj - Oleh Husjev (Artem Milevskyj 60), Anatolij Tymoshchuk, Oleh Shelajev, Maksym Kalynychenko (Andrij Vorobej 78) - Andrij Voronin (Bohdan Shershun 90+3), Andrij Shevchenko [c]. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Walter Smith/16) Craig Gordon (19/Heart of Midlothian) - Robbie Neilson (1/Heart of Midlothian) Graham Alexander (26/Preston North End) - Steven Pressley (32/Heart of Midlothian) David Weir (52/Everton) Barry Ferguson [c] (35/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (27/Manchester United) Gary Caldwell (23/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (29/Celtic) Paul Hartley (11/Heart of Midlothian) James McFadden (31/Everton) Subs: Kris Boyd (5/Rangers) for James McFadden (75) Stephen McManus (1/Celtic) for Robbie Neilson (90) Notes: Steven Pressley was sent-off after 86 minutes. The Ukrainian coach Oleh Blochin was the former USSR player who faced Scotland in 1982 (Oleg Blokhin - match 452). His full name has two different spellings as per the notes on the page of "Scotland - International Results" at point nine.

(Match 669)  24th March 2007  (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B)
SCOTLAND - GEORGIA  2-1  (1-1)
Referee:   Nicolai Vollquartz (Denmark)
Crowd:	   50.850, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:	   1-0 Boyd (11), 1-1 Arveladze (41), 2-1 Beattie (89)
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  Alexander McLeish/1)
Craig Gordon	                     (20/Heart of Midlothian) -
Graham Alexander                     (27/Preston North End)
Gary Naysmith                        (33/Everton) -
David Weir                           (53/Rangers)
Stephen McManus                      (2/Celtic)
Barry Ferguson [c]                   (36/Rangers) -
Gary Teale                           (6/Derby County)
Paul Hartley		             (12/Celtic)
Kenneth Miller                       (30/Celtic)
Kris Boyd                            (6/Rangers)
Lee McCulloch                        (9/Wigan Athletic)

Subs:
Scott Brown                          (2/Hibernian)    for Gary Teale     (60)
Craig Beattie                        (3/Celtic)       for Kris Boyd      (76)
Shaun Maloney                        (3/Aston Villa)  for Kenneth Miller (90+2)

GEORGIA:  (Coach:  Klaus Toppmoller)
Giorgi Lomaia - Giorgi Shashiashvili, Lasha Salukvadze, Zurab Khizanishvili, Zaali Eliava - 
Vladimer Burduli (Davit Siradze 57), Zurab Menteshashvili (Gogita Gogua HT), Levan Tskitishvili 
(Davit Mujiri 90+2), Levan Kobiashvili [c] - Shota Arveladze, Giorgi Demetradze.

Notes:  Alexander McLeish, the former Scottish international player, was named as Scotland's 
        new manager by the Scottish FA on Monday, 29 January 2007. 
        He is Scotland's third most capped player, having gained 77 caps between 1980 and 1993. 
        The Scottish FA named him to fill the vacancy caused by the unexpected resignation of 
        Walter Smith.


(Match 670) 28th March 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) ITALY - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium) Crowd: 37.500, Stadio San Nicola, Bari Goals: 1-0 Toni (12), 2-0 Toni (70) ITALY: (Coach: Roberto Donadoni) Gianluigi Buffon - Massimo Oddo, Fabio Cannavaro [c], Marco Materazzi, Gianluca Zambrotta - Gennaro Gattuso, Daniele De Rossi - Mauro Camoranesi, Simone Perrotta (Andrea Pirlo 77), Antonio Di Natale (Alessandro Del Piero 66) - Luca Toni (Fabio Quagliarella 87). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/2) Craig Gordon (21/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (28/Preston North End) Gary Naysmith (34/Everton) - David Weir (54/Rangers) Stephen McManus (3/Celtic) Barry Ferguson [c] (37/Rangers) - Gary Teale (7/Derby County) Paul Hartley (13/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (31/Celtic) Scott Brown (3/Hibernian) Lee McCulloch (10/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Shaun Maloney (4/Aston Villa) for Gary Teale (66) Kris Boyd (7/Rangers) for Lee McCulloch (81) Craig Beattie (4/Celtic) for Scott Brown (86)
(Match 671) 30th May 2007 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Zsolt Szabo (Hungary) Crowd: 13.200, Gerhard Hanappi Stadion, Vienna Goal: 0-1 O'Connor (58) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Josef Hickersberger) Helge Payer - Joachim Standfest, Martin Hiden (Sebastian Prodl 88), Jurgen Patocka, Christian Fuchs (Markus Katzer 74) - Andreas Ivanschitz [c], Rene Aufhauser (Yuksel Sariyar 74), Jurgen Saumel, Christoph Leitgeb - Roland Linz, Mario Haas (Sanel Kuljic 59). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/3) Allan McGregor (1/Rangers) - Graham Alexander (29/Preston North End) Gary Naysmith (35/Everton) - Gary Caldwell (24/Celtic) David Weir (55/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (38/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (28/Manchester United) Shaun Maloney (5/Aston Villa) Kris Boyd (8/Rangers) Garry O'Connor (10/FK Lokomotiv Moskva) Lee McCulloch (11/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Christian Dailly (65/West Ham United) for David Weir (HT) Craig Gordon (22/Heart of Milothian) for Allan McGregor (HT) Paul Hartley (14/Celtic) for Lee McCulloch (HT) Charles Adam (1/Rangers) for Shaun Maloney (66) Alan Hutton (1/Rangers) for Graham Alexander (70) Stephen McManus (4/Celtic) for Garry O'Connor (86)
(Match 672) 6th June 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) FAROE ISLANDS - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Georgios Kasnaferis (Greece) Crowd: 4.600, Svangaskard, Toftir Goals: 0-1 Maloney (31), 0-2 O'Connor (35) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Jogvan Martin Olsen) Jakup Mikkelsen - Atli Danielsen, Jon Roi Jacobsen, Oli Johannesen (Marni Djurhuus 36) (Simun Samuelsen 77), Frodi Benjaminsen - Mikkjal Thomassen, Jakup a Borg (Andrew av Flotum 82), Suni Olsen, Rogvi Jacobsen - Christian Hogni Jacobsen, Christian Lamhauge Holst. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/4) Craig Gordon (23/Heart of Midlothian) - Graham Alexander (30/Preston North End) Gary Naysmith (36/Everton) - Stephen McManus (5/Celtic) David Weir (56/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (39/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (29/Manchester United) Paul Hartley (15/Celtic) Krys Boyd (9/Rangers) Garry O'Connor (11/FK Lokomotiv Moskva) Shaun Maloney (6/Aston Villa) Subs: Gary Teale (8/Derby County) for Darren Fletcher (68) Charles Adam (2/Rangers) for Shaun Maloney (77) Steven Naismith (1/Kilmarnock) for Kris Boyd (83)
(Match 673) 22nd August 2007 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SOUTH AFRICA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Martin Atkinson (England) Crowd: 13.723, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goal: 1-0 Boyd (71) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/5) Craig Gordon (24/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (2/Rangers) James (Jay) McEveley (1/Derby County) - Stephen McManus (6/Celtic) Russell Anderson (10/Sunderland) Gary Caldwell (25/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (30/Manchester United) Scott Brown (4/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (32/Celtic) Garry O'Connor (12/Birmingham City) James McFadden (32/Everton) Subs: Stephen Pearson (7/Derby County) for James McFadden (HT) Barry Robson (1/Dundee United) for Gary Caldwell (57) Craig Beattie (5/West Bromwich Albion) for Garry O'Connor (68) Kris Boyd (10/Rangers) for Kenneth Miller (68) Gary Teale (9/Derby County) for Scott Brown (72) SOUTH AFRICA: (Coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira) Rowen Fernandez - Cyril Nzama (Vuyo Mere 83), Aaron Mokoena [c], Benson Mhlongo, Bradley Carnell - Steven Pienaar, Papi Zothwane (Teko Modise 75), MacBeth Sibaya, Delron Buckley (Dillon Sheppard 75) - Siyabonga Nkosi (Thembinkosi Fanteni 75), Sibusiso Zuma (Siyabonga Nomvethe 12).
(Match 674) 8th September 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 3-1 (1-0) Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia) Crowd: 51.349, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Boyd (31), 1-1 Danilevicius (61) penalty, 2-1 McManus (77), 3-1 McFadden (83) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/6) Craig Gordon (25/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (3/Rangers) James (Jay) McEveley (2/Derby County) - Stephen McManus (7/Celtic) David Weir (57/Rangers) Scott Brown (5/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (31/Manchester United) Lee McCulloch (12/Rangers) Kris Boyd (11/Rangers) Garry O'Connor (13/Birmingham City) Gary Teale (10/Derby County) Subs: James McFadden (33/Everton) for Gary Teale (69) Craig Beattie (6/West Bromwich Albion) for Garry O'Connor (76) Shaun Maloney (7/Aston Villa) for Lee McCulloch (76) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Algimantas Liubinskas) Zydrunas Karcemarskas - Marius Stankevicius (Edgaras Jankauskas 56), Andrius Skerla, Tomas Zvirgzdauskas, Arunas Klimavicius, Deividas Semberas - Mindaugas Kalonas, Deividas Cesnauskis, Igoris Morinas (Saulius Mikoliunas 47) - Tomas Danilevicius [c], Andrius Velicka (Audrius Ksanavicius 47).
(Match 675) 12th September 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Konrad Plautz (Austria) Crowd: 43.342, Parc des Princes, Paris Goal: 0-1 McFadden (64) FRANCE: (Coach: Raymond Domenech) Mickael Landreau - Lassana Diarra, Lilian Thuram, Julien Escude, Eric Abidal (Karim Benzema 77) - Franck Ribery, Patrick Vieira [c] (Samir Nasri 69), Claude Makelele, Florent Malouda - Nicolas Anelka, David Trezeguet. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/7) Craig Gordon (26/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (4/Rangers) Graham Alexander (31/Burnley) - Stephen McManus (8/Celtic) David Weir (58/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (40/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (32/Manchester United) Lee McCulloch (13/Rangers) James McFadden (34/Everton) Scott Brown (6/Celtic) Paul Hartley (16/Celtic) Subs: Stephen Pearson (8/Derby County) for Darren Fletcher (26) Garry O'Connor (14/Birmingham City) for James McFadden (76)
(Match 676) 13th October 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) SCOTLAND - UKRAINE 3-1 (2-1) Referee: Pieter Vink (Netherlands) Crowd: 51.366, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Miller (4), 2-0 McCulloch (10), 2-1 Shevchenko (24), 3-1 McFadden (68) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/8) Craig Gordon (27/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (5/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (37/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus (9/Celtic) David Weir (59/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (41/Rangers) - Stephen Pearson (9/Derby County) Lee McCulloch (14/Rangers) Kenneth Miller (33/Derby County) Scott Brown (7/Celtic) James McFadden (35/Everton) Subs: Christian Dailly (66/Southampton) for Lee McCulloch (60) Shaun Maloney (8/Aston Villa) for Scott Brown (76) Garry O'Connor (15/Birmingham City) for James McFadden (80) UKRAINE: (Coach: Oleh Blochin) Oleksandr Shovkovskyj - Volodymyr Jezerskyj, Oleksandr Kucher, Dmytro Chyhrynskyj, Andrij Nesmachnyj - Anatolij Tymoshchuk (Oleh Shelajev 73) - Oleh Husjev (Ruslan Rotan HT), Andrij Voronin, Andrij Vorobej (Serhij Nazarenko 62) - Oleksandr Hladkyj, Andrij Shevchenko [c]. Notes: Christian Dailly was on loan at Southampton from 21st September 2007 to 1st December 2007. His contract was owned by West Ham United.
(Match 677) 17th October 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) GEORGIA - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Knut Kircher (Germany) Crowd: 29.377, Boris Paichadze National Stadium, Tbilisi Goals: 1-0 Mchedlidze (16), 2-0 Siradze (64) GEORGIA: (Coach: Klaus Toppmoller) Giorgi Makaridze - Lasha Salukvadze, Zurab Khizanishvili [c], Malkhaz Asatiani, Giorgi Shashiashvili - Zurab Menteshashvili, Jaba Kankava, Davit Kvirkvelia - Levan Kenia (Ilia Kandelaki 79), Levan Mchedlidze (Aleksandr Kvakhadze 85) - Davit Siradze (Lasha Jakobia 89). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/9) Craig Gordon (28/Sunderland) - Graeme Murty (4/Reading) Graham Alexander (32/Burnley) - Stephen McManus (10/Celtic) David Weir (60/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (42/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (33/Manchester United) Stephen Pearson (10/Derby County) Kenneth Miller (34/Derby County) Shaun Maloney (9/Aston Villa) James McFadden (36/Everton) Subs: Craig Beattie (7/West Bromwich Albion) for Kenneth Miller (66) Kris Boyd (12/Rangers) for Stephen Pearson (66)
(Match 678) 17th November 2007 (2008 European Championship Qualifying Group B) SCOTLAND - ITALY 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto Gonzalez (Spain) Crowd: 51.301, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Toni (2), 1-1 Ferguson (65), 1-2 Panucci (90+1) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alexander McLeish/10) Craig Gordon (29/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (6/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (38/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus (11/Celtic) David Weir (61/Rangers) Barry Ferguson [c] (43/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (34/Manchester United) Lee McCulloch (15/Rangers) James McFadden (37/Everton) Paul Hartley (17/Celtic) Scott Brown (8/Celtic) Subs: Kenneth Miller (35/Derby County) for Scott Brown (74) Kris Boyd (13/Rangers) for Lee McCulloch (90+2) ITALY: (Coach: Roberto Donadoni) Gianluigi Buffon - Christian Panucci, Fabio Cannavaro [c], Andrea Barzagli, Gianluca Zambrotta - Gennaro Gattuso (Daniele De Rossi 87), Andrea Pirlo, Massimo Ambrosini - Mauro Camoranesi (Giorgio Chiellini 83), Antonio Di Natale (Vincenzo Iaquinta 68) - Luca Toni. Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 2008 European Championship Finals in Austria/Switzerland.

(Match 679)  26th March 2008  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - CROATIA  1-1  (1-1)
Referee:   Terje Hauge (Norway)
Crowd:	   28.821, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:	   0-1 Kranjcar (10), 1-1 Miller (30)
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  George Burley/1)
Craig Gordon	                     (30/Sunderland) -
Alan Hutton                          (7/Tottenham Hotspur)
Gary Naysmith                        (39/Sheffield United) -
Gary Caldwell                        (26/Celtic)
Stephen McManus [c]                  (12/Celtic)
Paul Hartley                         (18/Celtic) -
Darren Fletcher                      (35/Manchester United)
Scott Brown                          (9/Celtic)
Kenneth Miller                       (36/Derby County)
Shaun Maloney                        (10/Aston Villa)
Steven Fletcher                      (1/Hibernian)

Subs:
Gavin Rae                            (12/Cardiff City)     for Steven Fletcher (HT)
James (Jay) McEveley                 (3/Derby County)      for Gary Naysmith   (62)
Gary Teale                           (11/Plymouth Argyle)  for Scott Brown     (66)
Russell Anderson                     (11/Plymouth Argyle)  for Gary Caldwell   (70)
Kris Boyd                            (14/Rangers)          for Shaun Maloney   (72)
Graham Alexander                     (33/Burnley)          for Darren Fletcher (90)

CROATIA:  (Coach:  Slaven Bilic)
Stipe Pletikosa - Vedran Corluka (Dario Simic 85), Robert Kovac (Dario Knezevic 73), Josip Simunic, 
Danijel Pranjic - Darijo Srna (Jerko Leko 63), Niko Kovac [c] (Ognjen Vukojevic HT), Luka Modric, 
Niko Kranjcar - Mladen Petric (Ivan Klasnic 58), Ivica Olic (Igor Budan 57).

Notes:  The former Scottish international player George Elder Burley was appointed as the new coach 
        of Scotland. In his playing career, he gained 11 caps between 1979 and 1982. 
        Gary Teale was on loan at Plymouth Argyle from 19th February 2008 to 5th May 2008. His contract 
        was owned by Derby County. 
        Russell Anderson was on loan at Plymouth Argyle from 19th February 2008 to 5th May 2008. 
        His contract was owned by Sunderland. 


(Match 680) 30th May 2008 (Friendly match) CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND 3-1 (0-0) Referee: Eric Braamhaar (Netherlands) Crowd: 11.314, AXA Arena, Prague Goals: 1-0 Sionko (60), 2-0 Kadlec (84), 2-1 Clarkson (85), 3-1 Sionko (90) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Karel Bruckner) Petr Cech - Zdenek Pospech (Tomas Sivok 74), Tomas Ujfalusi (David Rozehnal HT), Radoslav Kovac, Marek Jankulovski (Michal Kadlec HT) - Jan Polak, Tomas Galasek - Libor Sionko, Marek Matejovsky (David Jarolim HT), Rudolf Skacel (Jaroslav Plasil HT) - Jan Koller (Vaclav Sverkos HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/2) Craig Gordon (31/Sunderland) - Kevin McNaughton (4/Cardiff City) Gary Naysmith (40/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus [c] (13/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (27/Celtic) Paul Hartley (19/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (36/Manchester United) Gavin Rae (13/Cardiff City) Kenneth Miller (37/Derby County) James Morrison (1/West Bromwich Albion) Barry Robson (2/Celtic) Subs: Christian Dailly (67/West Ham United) for Stephen McManus (57) Shaun Maloney (11/Aston Villa) for James Morrison (68) David Clarkson (1/Motherwell) for Gavin Rae (71) Ross McCormack (1/Motherwell) for Barry Robson (82) Christophe Berra (1//Heart of Midlothian) for Kevin McNaughton (90)
(Match 681) 20th August 2008 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 0-0 Referee: Nicolai Vollquartz (Denmark) Crowd: 28.072, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/3) Craig Gordon (32/Sunderland) - Graham Alexander (34/Burnley) Gary Naysmith (41/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus [c] (14/Celtic) David Weir (62/Rangers) Kevin Thomson (1/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher (37/Manchester United) Scott Brown (10/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (38/Rangers) James McFadden (38/Birmingham City) James Morrison (2/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Darren Barr (1/Falkirk) for Stephen McManus (HT) Allan McGregor (2/Rangers) for Craig Gordon (HT) Barry Robson (3/Celtic) for Kevin Thomson (HT) Kristian Commons (1/Derby County) for James Morrison (62) Michael Stewart (4/Heart of Midlothian) for Darren Fletcher (69) Christophe Berra (2/Heart of Midlothian) for David Weir (72) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Nigel Worthington) Maik Taylor - Christopher Baird, Stephen Craigan, Gareth McAuley (Michael Duff 76), Jonathan Evans - Ryan McGivern, Samuel Clingan (Michael O'Connor 58), Steven Davis, Christopher Brunt (Warren Feeney 55) - David Healy, Martin Paterson (Dean Shiels HT). Notes: Ryan McGivern was sent-off after 57 minutes. Allan McGregor saved a 61st minute penalty kick from David Healy. Darren Barr became the first Falkirk player to play for Scotland since John White in 1959.
(Match 682) 6th September 2008 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) FYR MACEDONIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Pavel Kralovec (Czech Republic) Crowd: 9.000, Gradski stadion Skopje, Skopje Goal: 1-0 Naumoski (5) FYR MACEDONIA: (Coach: Srecko Katanec) Petar Milosevski - Nikolce Noveski, Igor Mitreski, Goce Sedloski [c] - Vlade Lazarevski, Vlatko Grozdanoski, Velice Sumulikoski, Robert Petrov (Boban Grncarov 79) - Goran Maznov, Ilco Naumoski (Vanco Trajanov 69) - Goran Pandev (Darko Tasevski 83). SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/4) Craig Gordon (33/Sunderland) - Graham Alexander (35/Burnley) Gary Naysmith (42/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus [c] (15/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (28/Celtic) Paul Hartley (20/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (38/Manchester United) Scott Brown (11/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (39/Rangers) James McFadden (39/Birmingham City) Barry Robson (4/Celtic) Subs: Kristian Commons (2/Derby County) for Paul Hartley (66) Shaun Maloney (12/Celtic) for Barry Robson (76) Kris Boyd (15/Rangers) for Kenneth Miller (81)
(Match 683) 10th September 2008 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) ICELAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Serge Gumienny (Belgium) Crowd: 9.767, Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavik Goals: 0-1 Broadfoot (19), 0-2 McFadden (59), 1-2 Gudjohnsen (77) penalty ICELAND: (Coach: Olafur Johannesson) Kjartan Sturluson - Birkir Mar Saevarsson (Veigar Pall Gunnarsson 78), Bjarni Olafur Eiriksson (Indridi Sigurdsson HT) - Kristjan Orn Sigurdsson, Aron Einar Gunnarsson (Palmi Rafn Palmason 64), Gretar Rafn Steinsson - Hermann Hreidarsson, Stefan Gislason, Eidur Smari Gudjohnsen, Heidar Helguson, Emil Hallfredsson. SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/5) Craig Gordon (34/Sunderland) - Kirk Broadfoot (1/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (43/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus [c] (16/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (29/Celtic) Scott Brown (12/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (39/Manchester United) Shaun Maloney (13/Celtic) James McFadden (40/Birmingham City) Barry Robson (5/Celtic) Kristian Commons (3/Derby County) Subs: Kenneth Miller (40/Rangers) for Kristian Commons (63) Graham Alexander (36/Burnley) for Shaun Maloney (79) Paul Hartley (21/Celtic) for James McFadden (79) Notes: James McFadden had a 59th minute penalty kick saved by Kjartan Sturluson, but the Scottish forward pounced on the rebound and forced the loose ball over the line from close range doubling Scotlandís lead. Stephen McManus was sent-off after 76 minutes.
(Match 684) 11th October 2008 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - NORWAY 0-0 Referee: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland) Crowd: 50.205, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/6) Craig Gordon (35/Sunderland) - Kirk Broadfoot (2/Rangers) Gary Naysmith (44/Sheffield United) - David Weir (63/Rangers) Gary Caldwell (30/Celtic) Scott Brown (13/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (40/Manchester United) James Morrison (3/West Bromwich Albion) James McFadden (41/Birmingham City) Barry Robson (6/Celtic) Shaun Maloney (14/Celtic) Subs: Steven Fletcher (2/Hibernian) for James Morrison (56) Christopher Iwelumo (1/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for James McFadden (56) NORWAY: (Coach: Age Hareide) Jon Knudsen - Jon Inge Hoiland, Kjetil Waehler, Brede Hangeland [c], John Arne Riise - Bjorn Helge Riise (Daniel Braaten 56), Fredrik Winsnes, Christian Grindheim, Fredrik Stromstad (Morten Gamst Pedersen 76) - Steffen Iversen - John Carew.
(Match 685) 19th November 2008 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ARGENTINA 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Felix Brych (Germany) Crowd: 32.492, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Rodriguez (8) SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/7) Allan McGregor (3/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (8/Tottenham Hotspur) Kirk Broadfoot (3/Rangers) - Stephen McManus (17/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (31/Celtic) Barry Ferguson [c] (44/Rangers) - Scott Brown (14/Celtic) Paul Hartley (22/Celtic) Christopher Iwelumo (2/Wolverhampton Wanderers) James McFadden (42/Birmingham City) Kristian Commons (4/Derby County) Subs: Lee Miller (2/Aberdeen) for Christopher Iwelumo (HT) Shaun Maloney (15/Celtic) for Paul Hartley (59) Scott Robertson (1/Dundee United) for Barry Ferguson (59) David Clarkson (2/Motherwell) for James McFadden (67) Christophe Berra (3/Heart of Midlothian) for Stephen McManus (75) Graham Alexander (37/Burnley) for Scott Brown (83) ARGENTINA: (Coach: Diego Armando Maradona) Juan Pablo Carrizo - Javier Adelmar Zanetti, Martin Demichelis, Gabriel Ivan Heinze, Emiliano Ramiro Papa (Daniel Alberto Diaz 86) - Maximiliano Ruben (Maxi) Rodriguez (Jose Ernesto Sosa 90+1), Javier Alejandro Mascherano [c], Fernando Ruben Gago, Jonas Manuel Gutierrez (Luis Oscar Gonzalez 71)- Ezequiel Ivan Lavezzi (German Gustavo Denis 75), Carlos Alberto Tevez.

(Match 686)  28th March 2009  (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9)
NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND  3-0  (2-0)
Referee:   Laurent Duhamel (France)
Crowd:     49.552, Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
Goals:     1-0 Huntelaar (30), 2-0 van Persie (45+1), 3-0 Kuijt (77) penalty
NETHERLANDS:  (Coach:  Bert van Marwijk)
Maarten Stekelenburg - Gregory van der Wiel, Andre Ooijer - Joris Mathijsen, Giovanni van Bronckhorst [c],
Mark van Bommel - Dirk Kuijt, Nigel de Jong (Stijn Schaars 80), Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Ibrahim Afellay 80),
Robin van Persie (Wesley Sneijder 65), Arjen Robben.

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  George Burley/8)
Allan McGregor                       (4/Rangers) -
Graham Alexander                     (38/Burnley)
Gary Naysmith                        (45/Sheffield United) -
Christophe Berra                     (4/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Gary Caldwell                        (32/Celtic)
Barry Ferguson [c]                   (45/Rangers) -
Darren Fletcher                      (41/Manchester United)
Scott Brown                          (15/Celtic)
Kenneth Miller                       (41/Rangers)
Ross McCormack                       (2/Cardiff City)
Gary Teale                           (12/Derby County)

Subs:
Steven Fletcher                      (3/Hibernian)             for Kenneth Miller   (71)
Alan Hutton                          (9/Tottenham Hotspur)     for Graham Alexander (73)
James Morrison                       (4/West Bromwich Albion)  for Gary Teale       (85)


(Match 687) 1st April 2009 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - ICELAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Thomas Einwaller (Austria) Crowd: 42.259, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McCormack (39), 1-1 I.Sigurdsson (54), 2-1 S.Fletcher (65) SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/9) Craig Gordon (36/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (10/Tottenham Hotspur) Gary Naysmith (46/Sheffield United) - Stephen McManus [c] (18/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (33/Celtic) James Morrison (5/West Bromwich Albion) - Darren Fletcher (42/Manchester United) Scott Brown (16/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (42/Rangers) Steven Fletcher (4/Hibernian) Ross McCormack (3/Cardiff City) Subs: Gary Teale (13/Derby County) for Steven Fletcher (78) Gavin Rae (14/Cardiff City) for James Morrison (90) ICELAND: (Coach: Olafur Johannesson) Gunnleifur Gunnleifsson - Helgi Valur Danielsson, Bjarni Olafur Eiriksson - Kristjan Orn Sigurdsson, Indridi Sigurdsson (Armann Bjornsson 81), Gretar Rafn Steinsson - Hermann Hreidarsson [c], Aron Einar Gunnarsson (Eggert Jonsson 70), Eidur Smari Gudjohnsen, Arnor Smarason, Palmi Rafn Palmason.
(Match 688) 12th August 2009 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 4-0 (2-0) Referee: Alain Hamer (Luxembourg) Crowd: 24.493, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo Goals: 1-0 J.A.Riise (35), 2-0 Pedersen (45), 3-0 Huseklepp (60), 4-0 Pedersen (90) NORWAY: (Coach: Egil Olsen) Jon Knudsen - Tom Hogli, Kjetil Waehler, Brede Hangeland [c], John Arne Riise - Bjorn Helge Riise (Per Ciljan Skjelbred 84), Christian Grindheim, Magne Hoset, Morten Gamst Pedersen - John Carew (Thorstein Helstad 84), Erik Huseklepp (Steffen Iversen 76). SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/10) David Marshall (3/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (11/Tottenham Hotspur) Callum Davidson (18/Preston North End) - Steven Caldwell (10/Burnley) Gary Caldwell (34/Celtic) Graham Alexander (39/Burnley) - Darren Fletcher [c] (43/Manchester United) Scott Brown (17/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (43/Rangers) Kristian Commons (5/Derby County) Ross McCormack (4/Cardiff City) Subs: Christophe Berra (5/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Ross McCormack (37) James McFadden (43/Birmingham City) for Steven Caldwell (48) Steven Whittaker (1/Rangers) for Christophe Berra (79) Notes: Gary Caldwell was sent-off after 34 minutes.
(Match 689) 5th September 2009 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - FYR MACEDONIA 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Wolfgang Stark (Germany) Crowd: 50.214, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Brown (56), 2-0 McFadden (80) SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/11) Craig Gordon (37/Sunderland) - Alan Hutton (12/Tottenham Hotspur) Callum Davidson (19/Preston North End) - Stephen McManus (19/Celtic) David Weir (64/Rangers) Scott Brown (18/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (44/Manchester United) Graham Alexander (40/Burnley) Kenneth Miller (44/Rangers) Steven Fletcher (5/Burnley) James McFadden (44/Birmingham City) Subs: Steven Whittaker (2/Rangers) for Callum Davidson (14) Shaun Maloney (16/Celtic) for Steven Fletcher (68) Paul Hartley (23/Bristol City) for Scott Brown (73) FYR MACEDONIA: (Coach: Mirsad Jonuz) Jane Nikoloski - Nikolce Noveski, Igor Mitreski, Goce Sedloski, Goran Popov - Aco Stojkov (Basart Ibraimi 80), Velice Sumulikoski, Filip Despotovski, Slavco Georgievski (Vlatko Grozdanovski 69), Ilco Naumoski (Darko Tasevski 64) - Goran Pandev.
(Match 690) 9th September 2009 (2010 World Cup Qualifying Group 9) SCOTLAND - NETHERLANDS 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark) Crowd: 51.230, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Elia (82) SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/12) David Marshall (4/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (13/Tottenham Hotspur) Steven Whittaker (3/Rangers) - Stephen McManus (20/Celtic) David Weir (65/Rangers) Scott Brown (19/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (45/Manchester United) Paul Hartley (24/Bristol City) Kenneth Miller (45/Rangers) Steven Naismith (2/Rangers) Shaun Maloney (17/Celtic) Subs: Kristian Commons (6/Derby County) for Paul Hartley (66) Garry O'Connor (16/Birmingham City) for Shaun Maloney (83) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Bert van Marwijk) Michel Vorm - Gregory van der Wiel, Andre Ooijer - Joris Mathijsen, Giovanni van Bronckhorst [c], Demy de Zeeuw - Robin van Persie (Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 84), Nigel de Jong, Dirk Kuijt, Wesley Sneijder (Rafael van der Vaart 77), Arjen Robben (Eljero Elia 72). Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa.
(Match 691) 10th October 2009 (Friendly match) JAPAN - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Sang-Woo Kim (South Korea) Crowd: 61.285, Nissan Stadium, Yokohama Goals: 1-0 Berra (82) own goal, 2-0 Honda (90+1) JAPAN: (Coach: Takeshi Okada) Eiji Kawashima - Atsuto Uchida (Yuhei Tokunaga 65), Yuki Abe, Daiki Iwamasa, Yasuyuki Konno - Hideo Hashimoto (Yoshito Okubo 65), Junichi Inamoto [c] (Yuichi Komano 81) - Naohiro Ishikawa (Daisuke Matsui 65), Kengo Nakamura, Keisuke Honda - Ryoichi Maeda (Takayuki Morimoto 56). SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/13) Craig Gordon (38/Sunderland) - Steven Whittaker (4/Rangers) Christophe Berra (6/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (35/Celtic) Stephen McManus [c] (21/Celtic) Lee Wallace (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Ross Wallace (1/Preston North End) Charles Adam (3/Blackpool) Craig Conway (1/Dundee United) - Lee Miller (3/Aberdeen) Graham Dorrans (1/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Steven Fletcher (6/Burnley) for Lee Miller (HT) Stephen Hughes (1/Norwich City) for Ross Wallace (HT) Don Cowie (1/Watford) for Charles Adam (67) Derek Riordan (2/Hibernian) for Craig Conway (74)
(Match 692) 14th November 2009 (Friendly match) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-0 (3-0) Referee: Cyril Zimmermann (Switzerland) Crowd: 13.844, Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Edwards (17), 2-0 Church (32), 3-0 Ramsey (35) WALES: (Manager: John Benjamin Toshack) Wayne Hennessey - Samuel Ricketts, Lewin Nyatanga (Daniel Gabbidon 60), Ashley Williams, Craig Morgan - Joe Ledley (Andrew King 79), Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey (Joe Allen 56) - Chedwyn Evans (Robert Earnshaw HT), David Edwards (David Cotterill 86), Simon Church (Samuel Vokes HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: George Burley/14) David Marshall (5/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (14/Tottenham Hotspur) Daniel Fox (1/Celtic) - Stephen McManus (22/Celtic) Gary Caldwell (36/Celtic) Graham Dorrans (2/West Bromwich Albion) - Darren Fletcher [c] (46/Manchester United) Don Cowie (2/Watford) Kenneth Miller (46/Rangers) Steven Naismith (3/Rangers) James McFadden (45/Birmingham City) Subs: Steven Fletcher (7/Burnley) for Kenneth Miller (55) Lee Wallace (2/Heart of Midlothian) for Daniel Fox (55) Kevin Kyle (10/Kilmarnock) for Steven Naismith (62) Ross McCormack (5/Cardiff City) for James McFadden (62) Barry Robson (7/Celtic) for Graham Dorrans (71) Derek Riordan (3/Hibernian) for Don Cowie (78)

(Match 693)  3rd March 2010  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC  1-0  (0-0)
Referee:   Fredy Fautrel (France)
Crowd:     26.530, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goal:      1-0 Brown (62)
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Levein/1)
Craig Gordon                         (39/Sunderland) -
Alan Hutton                          (15/Sunderland)
Lee Wallace                          (3/Heart of Midlothian) -
Andrew Webster                       (23/Dundee United)
Gary Caldwell                        (37/Wigan Athletic)
Kevin Thomson                        (2/Rangers) -
Scott Brown                          (20/Celtic)
Barry Robson                         (8/Middlesbrough)
Kenneth Miller                       (47/Rangers)
Darren Fletcher [c]                  (47/Manchester United)
Graham Dorrans                       (3/West Bromwich Albion)

Subs:
Christophe Berra                     (7/Wolverhampton Wanderers)  for Andrew Webster  (HT)
Paul Hartley                         (25/Bristol City)            for Kevin Thomson   (HT)
Kris Boyd                            (16/Rangers)                 for Kenneth Miller  (63)
Charles Adam                         (4/Blackpool)                for Barry Robson    (69)
Steven Whittaker                     (5/Rangers)                  for Darren Fletcher (83)

CZECH REPUBLIC:  (Coach:  Michal Bilek)
Jaroslav Drobny - Ondrej Kusnir (Daniel Pudil 87), Tomas Sivok, Roman Hubnik, Michal Kadlec -
Jaroslav Plasil (Jan Moravek 79), Mario Holek, Tomas Hubschman (Jan Rajnoch 79), Tomas Rosicky
(Rudolf Skacel 67) - Tomas Necid (Jan Blazek 67), Vaclav Sverkos (Michal Papadopulos 67).

Notes:  The former Scottish international player Craig William Levein was appointed as the new coach 
        of Scotland. In his playing career, he gained 16 caps between 1990 and 1994. 
        Adidas became the new official kit supplier to the Scotland national team. This was the first 
        match with the new home shirt. 
        Alan Hutton was on loan at Sunderland from 1st February 2010 to 1st June 2010. His contract 
        was owned by Tottenham Hotspur.
        Andrew Webster was on loan at Dundee United from 15th July 2009 to 31st May 2010. His contract 
        was owned by Rangers. 
        

(Match 694) 11th August 2010 (Friendly match) SWEDEN - SCOTLAND 3-0 (2-0) Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (Italy) Crowd: 25.249, Rasunda Stadion, Solna Goals: 1-0 Ibrahimovic (4), 2-0 Bajrami (39), 3-0 Toivonen (56) SWEDEN: (Coach: Erik Hamren) Andreas Isaksson - Mikael Lustig (Sebastian Larsson HT), Olof Mellberg, Daniel Majstorovic, Behrang Safari - Anders Svensson (Oscar Wendt 73), Pontus Wernbloom (Kim Kallstrom HT) - Johan Elmander (Marcus Berg 78), Ola Toivonen, Emir Bajrami (Christian Wilhelmsson 64) - Zlatan Ibrahimovic [c] (Tobias Hysen 59). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/2) Allan McGregor (5/Rangers) - Kirk Broadfoot (4/Rangers) Lee Wallace (4/Heart of Midlothian) - Garry Kenneth (1/Dundee United) Christophe Berra (8/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Barry Robson (9/Middlesbrough) - Darren Fletcher [c] (48/Manchester United) Kevin Thomson (3/Middlesbrough) Steven Fletcher (8/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Charles Adam (5/Blackpool) James McFadden (46/Birmingham City) Subs: Scott Robertson (2/Dundee United) for Kevin Thomson (54) Kris Boyd (17/Middlesbrough) for Steven Fletcher (64) James Morrison (6/West Bromwich Albion) for Charles Adam (64) Steven Whittaker (6/Rangers) for Kirk Broadfoot (75) Christopher Iwelumo (3/Burnley) for Barry Robson (78)
(Match 695) 3rd September 2010 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) LITHUANIA - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Cuneyt «akir (Turkey) Crowd: 6.539, S.Dariaus ir S.Gireno SC, Kaunas LITHUANIA: (Coach: Raimondas Zutautas) Zydrunas Karcemarskas - Ramunas Radavicius, Tadas Kijanskas, Andrius Skerla, Marius Stankevicius - Deividas Semberas, Mindaugas Panka, Edgaras Cesnauskis, Saulius Mikoliunas (Robertas Poskus 71) - Darvydas Sernas (Vytautas Luksa 80), Tomas Danilevicius [c] (Kestutis Ivaskevicius 90). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/3) Allan McGregor (6/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (16/Tottenham Hotspur) Steven Whittaker (7/Rangers) - Stephen McManus (23/Middlesbrough) David Weir (66/Rangers) Lee McCulloch (16/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher [c] (49/Manchester United) Barry Robson (10/Middlesbrough) Kenneth Miller (48/Rangers) Scott Brown (21/Celtic) Steven Naismith (4/Rangers) Subs: James McFadden (47/Birmingham City) for Barry Robson (69) James Morrison (7/West Bromwich Albion) for Scott Brown (76) Christophe Berra (9/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Steven Whittaker (90)
(Match 696) 7th September 2010 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - LIECHTENSTEIN 2-1 (0-0) Referee: Viktor Shvetsov (Ukraine) Crowd: 37.050, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Frick (47), 1-1 Miller (63), 2-1 McManus (90+7) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/4) Allan McGregor (7/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (17/Tottenham Hotspur) Lee Wallace (5/Heart of Midlothian) - Stephen McManus (24/Middlesbrough) David Weir (67/Rangers) Lee McCulloch (17/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher [c] (50/Manchester United) Scott Brown (22/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (49/Rangers) Kris Boyd (18/Middlesbrough) James McFadden (48/Birmingham City) Subs: James Morrison (8/West Bromwich Albion) for James McFadden (HT) Barry Robson (11/Middlesbrough) for Lee Wallace (54) Steven Naismith (5/Rangers) for Kris Boyd (66) LIECHTENSTEIN: (Coach: Hans-Peter Zaugg) Peter Jehle - Yves Oehri, Martin Stocklasa, Michael Stocklasa, Martin Rechsteiner - Michele Polverino, Sandro Wieser (Ronny Buchel 71) - Philippe Erne, Mario Frick [c] (Fabio D'Elia 79), Franz Burgmeier - David Hasler (Nicolas Hasler 90+2). Notes: Darren Fletcher became the 26th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 697) 8th October 2010 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Ivan Bebek (Croatia) Crowd: 16.800, Synot Tip Arena (Stadion Eden), Prague Goal: 1-0 Hubnik (69) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Michal Bilek) Petr Cech - Zdenek Pospech, Roman Hubnik, Marek Suchy, Michal Kadlec - Tomas Hubschman, Jan Polak - Tomas Rosicky [c], Jaroslav Plasil (Jan Rajnoch 90+4) - Tomas Necid (Mario Holek 84), Lukas Magera (Roman Bednar 59). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/5) Allan McGregor (8/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (18/Tottenham Hotspur) Steven Whittaker (8/Rangers) - Stephen McManus (25/Middlesbrough) David Weir (68/Rangers) Gary Caldwell (38/Wigan Athletic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (51/Manchester United) James (Jamie) Mackie (1/Queen's Park Rangers) Steven Naismith (6/Rangers) James Morrison (9/West Bromwich Albion) Graham Dorrans (4/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Christopher Iwelumo (4/Burnley) for Jamie Mackie (76) Kenneth Miller (50/Rangers) for Gary Caldwell (76) Barry Robson (12/Middlesbrough) for James Morrison (84) Notes: Kenneth Miller became the 27th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 698) 12th October 2010 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - SPAIN 2-3 (0-1) Referee: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland) Crowd: 51.322, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Villa (44) penalty, 0-2 Iniesta (55), 1-2 Naismith (58), 2-2 Pique (66) own goal, 2-3 Llorente (79) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/6) Allan McGregor (9/Rangers) - Phillip Bardsley (1/Sunderland) Steven Whittaker (9/Rangers) - Stephen McManus (26/Middlesbrough) David Weir (69/Rangers) Lee McCulloch (18/Rangers) - Darren Fletcher [c] (52/Manchester United) James Morrison (10/West Bromwich Albion) Kenneth Miller (51/Rangers) Steven Naismith (7/Rangers) Graham Dorrans (5/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Charles Adam (6/Blackpool) for Lee McCulloch (HT) James (Jamie) Mackie (2/Queen's Park Rangers) for Graham Dorrans (80) Shaun Maloney (18/Celtic) for James Morrison (88) SPAIN: (Coach: Vicente del Bosque) Iker Casillas [c] - Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Carles Puyol, Joan Capdevila - Xabier (Xabi) Alonso, Sergio Busquets (Carlos Marchena 90) - Santiago (Santi) Cazorla (Pablo Hernandez 70), Andres Iniesta, David Silva (Fernando Llorente 76) - David Villa. Notes: Steven Whittaker was sent-off after 89 minutes.
(Match 699) 16th November 2010 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 3-0 (3-0) Referee: Pol van Boekel (Netherlands) Crowd: 10.873, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Wilson (24), 2-0 Commons (31), 3-0 Mackie (45) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/7) Craig Gordon (40/Sunderland) - Phillip Bardsley (2/Sunderland) Stephen Crainey (7/Blackpool) - Steven Caldwell (11/Wigan Athletic) Daniel Wilson (1/Liverpool) Charles Adam (7/Blackpool) - Darren Fletcher [c] (53/Manchester United) Barry Bannan (1/Aston Villa) James (Jamie) Mackie (3/Queen's Park Rangers) Kristian Commons (7/Derby County) Shaun Maloney (19/Celtic) Subs: James McArthur (1/Wigan Athletic) for Charles Adam (55) Garry Kenneth (2/Dundee United) for Daniel Wilson (61) Cameron Bell (1/Kilmarnock) for Craig Gordon (68) Craig Bryson (1/Kilmarnock) for Darren Fletcher (68) Steven Saunders (1/Motherwell) for Phillip Bardsley (71) David Goodwillie (1/Dundee United) for Kristian Commons (76) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Brian Kerr) Gunnar Nielsen - Jonas Tor Naes, Atli Gregersen [c], Johan Troest Davidsen, Erling Jacobsen - Bogi Lokin (Levi Hanssen 78), Jann Ingi Petersen (Christian Restorff Mouritsen 60), Daniel Udsen (Pol Johannus Justinussen 86), Hjalgrim Elttor - Christian Lamhauge Holst (Rogvi Poulsen 56) - Joan Simun Edmundsson.


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