Scotland - International Matches 1946-1950


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(Match 189)  23rd January 1946  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - BELGIUM  2-2  (0-0)
Referee:   Joe Jackson (Scotland)
Crowd:     48.830, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goals:     1-0 Delaney (53), 1-1 Lemberechts (64), 1-2 Chaves D'Aguilar (76), 
	   2-2 Delaney (89) penalty
SCOTLAND:
Robert Brown                         (1/Queen's Park) -
James McGowan                        (1/Partick Thistle)
John (Jock) Shaw [c]                 (1/Rangers) -
James Campbell                       (1/Clyde)
Andrew Paton                         (1/Motherwell)
George Denholm Paterson	             (2/Celtic) -
Gordon Smith		             (1/Hibernian)
Archibald Baird		             (1/Aberdeen)
James Delaney		             (10/Celtic)
John Deakin		             (1/St Mirren)
Jimmy Walker		             (1/Heart of Midlothian)

BELGIUM:  (Coach:  François Demol)
François Daenen - Robert Paverick [c], Joseph Pannaye - Antoine Puttaert, Marcel Vercammen, 
Rene Devos - Victor Lemberechts, Henri Coppens, Albert De Cleyn, Frederic Chaves D'Aguilar,
François Sermon.

Notes:  Although this match is not always recognised as a full international, there is no
        doubt by the Scottish and Belgian FAs that it had full status. The match was described 
        by debutant Archibald Baird in his autobiography as follows: 
        "It was a game that should never have been played. Snow covered the ground to a depth of 
        several inches and the top surface was a sheet of ice, making it more like a skating rink 
        than a football pitch. The fact that the Belgians had travelled so far - and a foreign team 
        was a rarity in Scotland - must have influenced the decision to go ahead with the game. 
        An international match would never be played today in those conditions. To add to the chaos 
        caused by snow and ice, the ground was enveloped in a thick fog. Far from being able to see 
        both goals from the centre circle as the rulebook insisted, we would barely make out players 
        a couple of yards away. For the spectators, the whole thing was farcical; few if any saw the 
        four goals scored that day,......". "Certainly, the goalkeepers never saw them, and how on 
        earth our selectors saw anything at all to help them pick their next international team, 
        I never understood.".
          

(Match 190) 15th May 1946 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND 3-1 (3-1) Referee: P.Stevens (England) Crowd: 111.899, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Aeby (1), 1-1 Liddell (25), 2-1 Liddell (28), 3-1 Delaney (35) SCOTLAND: Robert Brown (2/Rangers) - David Shaw (1/Hibernian) John (Jock) Shaw [c] (2/Rangers) - William Bowie Campbell (1/Greenock Morton) Frank Brennan (1/Airdrieonians) John (Jackie) Husband (1/Partick Thistle) - William Waddell (1/Rangers) William Thornton (1/Rangers) James Delaney (11/Manchester United) Thomas Walker (21/Heart of Midlothian) William Beveridge Liddell (1/Liverpool) Subs: George Lewis Young (1/Rangers) for William Campbell (46 Minutes) SWITZERLAND: (Coach: Karl Rappan) Erwin Ballabio - Rudolf Gyger, Willy Steffen - Franz Rickenbach, Franco Andreoli, Roger Bocquet - Lauro Amado, Walter Fink II, Hanspeter Friedlander, Rene Maillard II, Georges Aeby. Notes: The Scottish substitution was the first change of players in the history of Scotland International team.
(Match 191) 19th October 1946 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-1 (0-0) Referee: William H.Evans (England) Crowd: 29.568, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Waddell (49) penalty, 1-1 B.Jones (52), 2-1 Ford (79), 3-1 Stephen (88) own goal WALES: Cyril Sidlow - Raymond Lambert, William Marshall Hughes [c] - Douglas F.Witcombe, Thomas George Jones, William Arthur (Ronald) Burgess - Ernest Jones, Aubrey Powell, Trevor Ford, Brynmor Jones, George Edwards. SCOTLAND: William Miller (1/Celtic) - James Findlay Stephen [c] (1/Bradford City) David Shaw (2/Hibernian) - Hugh Brown (1/Partick Thistle) Frank Brennan (2/Newcastle United) John (Jackie) Husband (2/Partick Thistle) - William Waddell (2/Rangers) Cornelius (Neil) Dougall (1/Birmingham City) William Thornton (2/Rangers) James Alfred Blair (1/Blackpool) William Beveridge Liddell (2/Liverpool)
(Match 192) 27th November 1946 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 0-0 Referee: George Reader (England) Crowd: 98.776, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: Robert Brown (3/Rangers) - George Lewis Young (2/Rangers) David Shaw [c] (3/Hibernian) - William Bowie Campbell (2/Greenock Morton) Frank Brennan (3/Newcastle United) Hugh Long (1/Clyde) - Gordon Smith (2/Hibernian) George Hamilton (1/Aberdeen) William Thornton (3/Rangers) James Duncanson (1/Rangers) William Beveridge Liddell (3/Liverpool) NORTHERN IRELAND: Edward Hinton - William Charles Gorman, James McBurney Feeney - Cornelius Joseph (Con) Martin, John Joseph (Jack) Vernon, Peter Desmond Farrell - David Cochrane, John James Carey, David John Walsh, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, Thomas Joseph Eglington.
(Match 193) 12th April 1947 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Charles Delasalle (France) Crowd: 98.200, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 McLaren (15), 1-1 Carter (55) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Frank Victor Swift - Lawrence Scott, George Francis M.Hardwick [c] - William Ambrose Wright, Cornelius (Neil) F.Franklin, Henry Johnston - Stanley Matthews, Horatio Stratton (Raich) Carter, Thomas Lawton, Wilfred James Mannion, James Mullen. SCOTLAND: William Miller (2/Celtic) - George Lewis Young (3/Rangers) John (Jock) Shaw [c] (3/Rangers) - Archibald Renwick Macaulay (1/Brentford) William Alexander Woodburn (1/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (1/Sheffield United) - Gordon Smith (3/Hibernian) Andrew McLaren (1/Preston North End) James Delaney (12/Manchester United) William Steel (1/Greenock Morton) Thomas Usher Pearson (1/Newcastle United)
(Match 194) 18th May 1947 (Friendly match) BELGIUM - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Valdemar Laursen (Denmark) Crowd: 51.161, Stade Heysel, Brussels Goals: 1-0 Anoul (28), 1-1 Steel (63), 2-1 Anoul (75) BELGIUM: (Coach: William (Bill) Gormlie) François Daenen - Leon Aernaudts, Jules Henriet - Joseph Pannaye, Adolf De Buck, Fernand Massay - Victor Lemberechts, Henri Coppens, Albert De Cleyn [c], Leopold Anoul, Rene Thirifays. SCOTLAND: William Miller (3/Celtic) - George Lewis Young (4/Rangers) John (Jock) Shaw [c] (4/Rangers) - Hugh Brown (2/Partick Thistle) William Alexander Wodburn (2/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (2/Sheffield United) - Robert Campbell (1/Chelsea) Andrew McLaren (2/Preston North End) Robert Flavell (1/Airdrieonians) William Steel (2/Greenock Morton) Thomas Usher Pearson (2/Newcastle United)
(Match 195) 24th May 1947 (Friendly match) LUXEMBOURG - SCOTLAND 0-6 (0-2) Referee: Wouters (Belgium) Crowd: 4.000, Stade Municipal, Luxembourg Goals: 0-1 Flavell (6), 0-2 Steel (13), 0-3 Steel (48), 0-4 McLaren (60), 0-5 Flavell (69), 0-6 McLaren (86) LUXEMBOURG: Bernard Michaux - Rene Marchetti, François Dumont - Alphonse Feyder, Arnold Kieffer, Raymond Wagner - Paul Feller, Camille Libar [c], Nicolas Kettel, Marcel Rewenig, Leon Letsch (Fernand Guth 46). SCOTLAND: William Miller (4/Celtic) - George Lewis Young (5/Rangers) John (Jock) Shaw [c] (5/Rangers) - Hugh Brown (3/Partick Thistle) William Alexander Woodburn (3/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (3/Sheffield United) - William MacFarlane (1/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew McLaren (3/Preston North End) Robert Flavell (2/Airdrieonians) William Steel (3/Greenock Morton) Robert Campbell (2/Chelsea)
(Match 196) 4th October 1947 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: T.Smith (England) Crowd: 52.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 1-0 Smyth (35), 2-0 Smyth (52) NORTHERN IRELAND: Edward Hinton - Cornelius Joseph (Con) Martin, Thomas Aherne - William Walsh, John Joseph (Jack) Vernon, Peter Desmond Farrell - David Cochrane, Samuel Smyth, David John Walsh, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, Thomas Joseph Eglington. SCOTLAND: William Miller (5/Celtic) - George Lewis Young (6/Rangers) John (Jock) Shaw [c] (6/Rangers) - Archibald Renwick Macaulay (2/Arsenal) William Alexander Woodburn (4/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (4/Sheffield United) - James Delaney (13/Manchester United) James Watson (1/Motherwell) William Thornton (4/Rangers) William Steel (4/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (4/Liverpool)
(Match 197) 12th November 1947 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-2 (1-2) Referee: Arthur Edward Ellis (England) Crowd: 88.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McLaren (10), 1-1 Ford (35), 1-2 Lowrie (42) SCOTLAND: William Miller (6/Celtic) - John Govan (1/Hibernian) James Findlay Stephen (3/Arsenal) - Archibald Renwick Macaulay (3/Arsenal) William Alexander Woodburn [c] (5/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (5/Sheffield United) - Gordon Smith (4/Hibernian) Andrew McLaren (4/Preston North End) James Delaney (14/Manchester United) William Steel (5/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (5/Liverpool) WALES: Cyril Sidlow - Alfred Thomas Sherwood, Walley Barnes - Ivor Verdun Powell, Thomas George Jones, William Arthur (Ronald) Burgess - David Sidney Thomas, Aubrey Powell, Trevor Ford, George Lowrie, George Edwards.
(Match 198) 10th April 1948 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: David Maxwell (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 135.376, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Finney (44), 0-2 Mortensen (65) SCOTLAND: Ian Henderson Black (1/Southampton) - John Govan (2/Hibernian) David Shaw (4/Hibernian) - William Bowie Campbell (3/Greenock Morton) George Lewis Young [c] (7/Rangers) Archibald Renwick Macaulay (4/Arsenal) - James Delaney (15/Manchester United) James Robert Combe (1/Hibernian) William Thornton (5/Rangers) William Steel (6/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (6/Liverpool) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Frank Victor Swift - Lawrence Scott, George Francis M.Hardwick [c] - William Ambrose Wright, Cornelius (Neil) F.Franklin, Henry Cockburn - Stanley Matthews, Stanley Harding Mortensen, Thomas Lawton, Stanley C.Pearson, Thomas Finney.
(Match 199) 28th April 1948 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 2-0 (1-0) Referee: William Ling (England) Crowd: 70.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Combe (26), 2-0 Duncan (59) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (1/Greenock Morton) - John Govan (3/Hibernian) David Shaw (5/Hibernian) - William Bowie Campbell (4/Greenock Morton) George Lewis Young [c] (8/Rangers) Archibald Renwick Macaulay (5/Arsenal) - Gordon Smith (5/Hibernian) James Robert Combe (2/Hibernian) Leslie Hamilton Johnston (1/Clyde) Edward Hunter Turnbull (1/Hibernian) David Millar Duncan (1/East Fife) BELGIUM: (Coach: William (Bill) Gormlie) François Daenen - Leon Aernaudts, Victor Erroelen - Leopold Anoul, Adolf De Buck, Jules Henriet [c] - Victor Lemberechts, Henri Govard, Joseph Mermans, August Van Steelant, Albert De Cleyn.
(Match 200) 17th May 1948 (Friendly match) SWITZERLAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Alois Beranek (Austria) Crowd: 30.000, Wankdorf Stadion, Berne Goals: 0-1 Johnston (16), 1-1 Maillard (45), 2-1 Fatton (78) SWITZERLAND: (Coach: Karl Rappan) Eugenio Corrodi - Andre Belli, Willy Steffen - Gerhard Lusenti, Olivier Eggimann, Roger Bocquet - Alfred Bickel (Jean Tamini 45), Hanspeter Friedlander, Lauro Amado [c], Rene Maillard II, Jacques Fatton. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (2/Greenock Morton) - John Govan (4/Hibernian) David Shaw (6/Hibernian) - William Bowie Campbell (5/Greenock Morton) George Lewis Young [c] (9/Rangers) Archibald Renwick Macaulay (6/Arsenal) - Gordon Smith (6/Hibernian) James Robert Combe (3/Hibernian) Leslie Hamilton Johnston (2/Clyde) Edward Hunter Turnbull (2/Hibernian) David Millar Duncan (2/East Fife) Notes: The first Swiss goal was actually scored in 47 Minutes (1st half injury time). Scotland had a goal by Gordon Smith disallowed in the first half. The Swiss player Jean Tamini was brought on as a substitute in injury time of the first half. According to Scottish Newspaper reports, the Referee Alois Beranek "jumped for joy" after Switzerland scored the winning goal.
(Match 201) 23rd May 1948 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 3-0 (0-0) Referee: Karel van der Meer (Holland) Crowd: 46.032, Stade Olympique, Colombes Goals: 1-0 Bongiorni (56), 2-0 Flamion (60), 3-0 Baratte (72) FRANCE: Julien Darui [c] - Guy Huguet, Roger Marche - Antoine Cuissard, Jean Gregoire, Jean Prouff - Georges Sesia, Jean Baratte, Emile Bongiorni, Larbi Ben Barek, Pierre Flamion. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (3/Greenock Morton) - John Govan (5/Hibernian) David Shaw (7/Hibernian) - Samuel Richmond Cox (1/Rangers) George Lewis Young [c] (10/Rangers) Archibald Renwick Macaulay (7/Arsenal) - Edward Rutherford (1/Rangers) William Steel (7/Derby County) Gordon Smith (7/Hibernian) Edward Hunter Turnbull (3/Hibernian) David Millar Duncan (3/East Fife)
(Match 202) 23rd October 1948 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-3) Referee: David Maxwell (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 59.911, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Reilly (15), 1-1 B.Jones (25), 1-2 Waddell (27), 1-3 Waddell (43) WALES: Cyril Sidlow - Alfred Thomas Sherwood, Walley Barnes - Royston Paul, Frederick Stansfield, William Arthur (Ronald) Burgess [c] - David Sidney Thomas, William Lucas, Trevor Ford, Barrie Jones, Ernest Jones. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (4/Greenock Morton) - Hugh Howie (1/Hibernian) David Shaw (8/Hibernian) - Robert Evans (1/Celtic) George Lewis Young [c] (11/Rangers) William Yates Redpath (1/Motherwell) - William Waddell (3/Rangers) James Mason (1/Third Lanark) Lawrence Reilly (1/Hibernian) William Steel (8/Derby County) John Carmichael Kelly (1/Barnsley)
(Match 203) 17th November 1948 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 3-2 (1-2) Referee: William H.Evans (England) Crowd: 93.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 D.J.Walsh (1), 0-2 D.J.Walsh (5), 1-2 Houliston (29), 2-2 Mason (73), 3-2 Houliston (89) SCOTLAND: Robert Brown (4/Rangers) - John Govan (6/Hibernian) David Shaw (9/Hibernian) - Robert Evans (2/Celtic) George Lewis Young [c] (12/Rangers) William Yates Redpath (2/Motherwell) - William Waddell (4/Rangers) James Mason (2/Third Lanark) William Houliston (1/Queen of the South) William Steel (9/Derby County) John Carmichael Kelly (2/Barnsley) NORTHERN IRELAND: William Smyth - John James Carey, Thomas Roderick Keane - James Joseph McCabe, John Joseph (Jack) Vernon, William Walsh - David Cochrane, Samuel Smyth, David John Walsh, Peter Dermont Doherty, John Francis O'Driscoll.
(Match 204) 9th April 1949 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Benjamin Mervyn Griffiths (Wales) Crowd: 98.188, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Mason (28), 0-2 Steel (52), 0-3 Reilly (61), 1-3 Milburn (75) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Frank Victor Swift - John Aston, John Robert Howe - William Ambrose Wright [c], Cornelius (Neil) F.Franklin, Henry Cockburn - Stanley Matthews, Stanley Harding Mortensen, John Edward Thompson Milburn, Stanley Pearson, Thomas Finney. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (5/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (13/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (2/Rangers) - Robert Evans (3/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (6/Rangers) George Gilbert Miller Aitken (1/East Fife) - William Waddell (5/Rangers) James Mason (3/Third Lanark) William Houliston (2/Queen of the South) William Steel (10/Derby County) Lawrence Reilly (2/Hibernian) Notes: Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 18th time.
(Match 205) 27th April 1949 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FRANCE 2-0 (1-0) Referee: William Ling (England) Crowd: 125.683, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Steel (37), 2-0 Steel (80) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (6/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (14/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (3/Rangers) - Robert Evans (4/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (7/Rangers) George Gilbert Miller Aitken (2/East Fife) - William Waddell (6/Rangers) William Thornton (6/Rangers) William Houliston (3/Queen of the South) William Steel (11/Derby County) Lawrence Reilly (3/Hibernian) FRANCE: Rene Vignal - Marcel Salva, Roger Marche - Robert Jonquet, Roger Mindonnet, Louis Hon - Roger Gabet, Antoine Cuissard, Jean Baratte, Albert Batteux [c], Pierre Flamion.
(Match 206) 1st October 1949 (British Championship & World Cup Qualifying Group 1) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 2-8 (0-5) Referee: Reginald E.Mortimer (England) Crowd: 50.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Morris (2), 0-2 Waddell (5), 0-3 Steel (23), 0-4 Reilly (24), 0-5 Waddell (31) penalty, 1-5 Smyth (50), 2-5 Smyth (60), 2-6 Morris (70), 2-7 Mason (80), 2-8 Morris (88) NORTHERN IRELAND: Patrick Kelly - Gerard Columba Bowler, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, John Joseph (Jack) Vernon, Raymond Osborn Ferris - David Cochrane, Samuel Smyth, Robert Anderson Brennan, Edward Crossan, John McKenna. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (7/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (15/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (4/Rangers) - Robert Evans (5/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (8/Rangers) George Gilbert Miller Aitken (3/East Fife) - William Waddell (7/Rangers) James Mason (4/Third Lanark) Henry Miller Morris (1/East Fife) William Steel (12/Derby County) Lawrence Reilly (4/Hibernian)
(Match 207) 9th November 1949 (British Championship & World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - WALES 2-0 (1-0) Referee: S.K.Law (England) Crowd: 73.782, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McPhail (25), 2-0 Linwood (78) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (8/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (16/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (5/Rangers) - Robert Evans (6/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (9/Rangers) George Gilbert Miller Aitken (4/East Fife) - William Beveridge Liddell (7/Liverpool) John McPhail (1/Celtic) Alexander Bryce Linwood (1/Clyde) William Steel (13/Derby County) Lawrence Reilly (5/Hibernian) WALES: Keith B.Jones - Walley Barnes, Alfred Thomas Sherwood - Ivor Verdun Powell, Thomas George Jones, William Arthur (Ronald) Burgess [c] - William M.Griffiths, Royston Paul, Trevor Ford, Royston James Clarke, George Edwards.
(Match 208) 15th April 1950 (British Championship & World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Reginald J.Leafe (England) Crowd: 133.300, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Bentley (63) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (9/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (17/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (6/Rangers) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (1/Rangers) William Alexander Woodburn (10/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (6/Arsenal) - William Waddell (8/Rangers) William Moir (1/Bolton Wanderers) William Russell Logan Bauld (1/Heart of Midlothian) William Steel (14/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (8/Liverpool) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Bert Frederick Williams - Alfred Ernest Ramsey, John Aston - William Ambrose Wright [c], Cornelius (Neil) F.Franklin, James William Dickinson - Thomas Finney, Wilfred James Mannion, Stanley Harding Mortensen, Roy Thomas Frank Bentley, Robert Langton.
(Match 209) 26th April 1950 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND 3-1 (3-1) Referee: George Reader (England) Crowd: 123.751, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Bauld (10), 1-1 Antenen (21), 2-1 Campbell (38), 3-1 Brown (44) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (10/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (18/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (7/Rangers) - Robert Evans (7/Celtic) Robert Dougan (1/Heart of Midlothian) George Gilbert Miller Aitken (5/East Fife) - Robert Campbell (3/Chelsea) Allan Duncan Brown (1/East Fife) William Russell Logan Bauld (2/Heart of Midlothian) William Steel (15/Derby County) Lawrence Reilly (6/Hibernian) SWITZERLAND: Georges Stuber - Rudolf Gyger, Willy Steffen - Andre Neury, Olivier Eggimann, Roger Bocquet - Alfred Bickel, Charles Antenen, Jean Tamini, Rene Bader, Jacques Fatton.
(Match 210) 21st May 1950 (Friendly match) PORTUGAL - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-2) Referee: Ramon Azon (Spain) Crowd: 68.000, Estadio Nacional, Lisbon Goals: 1-0 TRAVAÇOS (9), 1-1 Bauld (20), 1-2 Brown (23), 2-2 ALBANO (29) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Salvador do Carmo) ERNESTO Nogueira de Oliveira - Octavio dos Santos BARROSA [c], Angelo Ferreira CARVALHO - Carlos Augusto Ribeiro CANARIO, FELIX Assunçao Antunes, SERAFIM Pereira BAPTISTA - Mario Fernando Ribeiro PACHECO NOBRE, Manuel VASQUES, Henrique de Sena BEN DAVID, Jose Antonio Barreto TRAVAÇOS, ALBANO Narciso Pereira. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (11/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (19/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (8/Rangers) - Robert Evans (8/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (11/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (7/Arsenal) - Robert Campbell (4/Chelsea) Allan Duncan Brown (2/East Fife) William Russell Logan Bauld (3/Heart of Midlothian) William Steel (16/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (9/Liverpool) Notes: The surname of the Portuguese player Jose Antonio Barreto Travaços is Travassos in some sources.
(Match 211) 27th May 1950 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Julian Argue (Spain) Crowd: 35.568, Stade Olympique, Colombes Goal: 0-1 Brown (69) FRANCE: Abderrahman Ibrir - Guy Huguet, Roger Marche - Jean Gregoire, Roger Lamy, Antoine Cuissard - Henri Baillot, Andre Strappe, Jean Baratte [c], Jean Grumellon, Georges Dard. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (12/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (20/Rangers) Samuel Richmond Cox (9/Rangers) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (2/Rangers) William Alexander Woodburn (12/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (8/Arsenal) - Robert Campbell (5/Chelsea) Allan Duncan Brown (3/East Fife) Lawrence Reilly (7/Hibernian) William Steel (17/Derby County) William Beveridge Liddell (10/Liverpool)
(Match 212) 21st October 1950 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Arthur Edward Ellis (England) Crowd: 60.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Reilly (23), 0-2 Reilly (57), 1-2 A.Powell (68), 1-3 Liddell (72) WALES: Brynley John Parry - Walley Barnes, Alfred Thomas Sherwood - Ivor Verdun Powell, Royston Paul, William Arthur (Ronald) Burgess [c] - Harold Williams, Brynley William Allen, Trevor Ford, Aubrey Powell, Royston James Clarke. SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (13/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (21/Rangers) William McNaught (1/Raith Rovers) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (3/Rangers) William Alexander Woodburn (13/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (9/Arsenal) - Robert Young Collins (1/Celtic) John McPhail (2/Celtic) Lawrence Reilly (8/Hibernian) William Steel (18/Dundee) William Beveridge Liddell (11/Liverpool)
(Match 213) 1st November 1950 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 6-1 (2-1) Referee: Benjamin Mervyn Griffiths (Wales) Crowd: 83.142, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McPhail (8), 2-0 McPhail (13), 2-1 McGarry (43), 3-1 Steel (53), 4-1 Steel (57), 5-1 Steel (66), 6-1 Steel (79) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (14/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (22/Rangers) William McNaught (2/Raith Rovers) - John Miller (Ian) McColl (4/Rangers) William Alexander Woodburn (14/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (10/Arsenal) - Robert Young Collins (2/Celtic) James Mason (5/Third Lanark) John McPhail (3/Celtic) William Steel (19/Dundee) William Beveridge Liddell (12/Liverpool) NORTHERN IRELAND: Hugh Redmond Kelly - Charles Gallogly, Alfred McMichael - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, John Joseph (Jack) Vernon, Wilbur Cush - John Peter Campbell, J.Kevin McGarry, Edward James McMorran, Peter Dermont Doherty, John McKenna.
(Match 214) 13th December 1950 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 0-1 (0-1) Referee: William Ling (England) Crowd: 68.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Melchior (26) SCOTLAND: James Clews Cowan (15/Greenock Morton) - George Lewis Young [c] (23/Rangers) William McNaught (3/Raith Rovers) - Robert Evans (9/Celtic) William Alexander Woodburn (15/Rangers) Alexander Rooney Forbes (11/Arsenal) - Robert Young Collins (3/Celtic) Edward Hunter Turnbull (4/Hibernian) John McPhail (4/Celtic) William Steel (20/Dundee) William Beveridge Liddell (13/Liverpool) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Walter Nausch) Walter Zeman - Rudolf Rockl, Ernst Happel - Gerhard Hanappi, Ernst Ocwirk, Leopold Gernhardt - Ernst Melchior, Karl Decker, Theodor Wagner, Ernst Stojaspal, Lukas Aurednik.


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