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(Match 282)  15th April 1961  (British Championship)
ENGLAND - SCOTLAND  9-3  (3-0)
Referee:   Marcel Lequesne (France)
Crowd:     97.350, Wembley Stadium, London
Goals:     1-0 Robson (9), 2-0 Greaves (21), 3-0 Greaves (30), 3-1 Mackay (48), 3-2 Wilson (53),
	   4-2 Douglas (55), 5-2 Smith (73), 5-3 Quinn (75), 6-3 Haynes (78), 7-3 Haynes (82),
	   8-3 Greaves (83), 9-3 Smith (85)
ENGLAND:  (Manager:  Walter Winterbottom)
Ronald G.D.Springett - James Christopher Armfield, Michael O'Neil - Robert William Robson,
Peter Swan, Ronald Flowers - Bryan Douglas, James Peter Greaves, Robert Alfred Smith, John
Norman Haynes [c], Robert Charlton.

SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  John Miller (Ian) McColl/2)
Francis Haffey			     (2/Celtic) -
Robert Shearer			     (1/Rangers)
Eric Caldow [c]		             (28/Rangers) -
David Craig Mackay		     (15/Tottenham Hotspur)
William McNeill			     (1/Celtic)
Robert Johnston McCann		     (5/Motherwell) -
John Murdoch MacLeod		     (1/Hibernian)
Denis Law			     (11/Manchester City)
Ian St John			     (7/Motherwell)
Patrick Quinn			     (1/Motherwell)
David Wilson			     (3/Rangers)
			
Notes:	This was the the heaviest loss for Scotland since 1954.  


(Match 283) 3rd May 1961 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - REPUBLIC OF IRELAND 4-1 (2-0) Referee: Maurice Guigue (France) Crowd: 46.696, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Brand (14), 2-0 Brand (40), 2-1 Haverty (50), 3-1 Herd (55), 4-1 Herd (85) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/3) Lawrence Grant Leslie (3/Airdrieonians) - Robert Shearer (2/Rangers) Eric Caldow [c] (29/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (1/Celtic) William McNeill (2/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (2/Rangers) - John Murdoch MacLeod (2/Hibernian) Patrick Quinn (2/Motherwell) David George Herd (4/Arsenal) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (2/Rangers) David Wilson (4/Rangers) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Noel Michael Dwyer - John (Brendan) McNally, Noel Eucharia Cantwell [c] - Matthew (Andrew) McEvoy, Charles John Hurley, Patrick Saward - Johnny Giles, Ambrose Gerald Fogarty, Dermot Patrick Curtis, George Patrick Cummins, Joseph Haverty.
(Match 284) 7th May 1961 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-2) Referee: Gaston Grandain (Belgium) Crowd: 45.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goals: 0-1 Young (5), 0-2 Young (15), 0-3 Brand (85) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Noel Michael Dwyer - Phil Kelly, Noel Eucharia Cantwell [c] - Matthew (Andrew) McEvoy, Charles John Hurley, Michael Kevin Meagan - Fionan (Paddy) Fagan, Johnny Giles, Peter Joseph Fitzgerald, George Patrick Cummins, Joseph Haverty. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/4) Lawrence Grant Leslie (4/Airdrieonians) - Robert Shearer (3/Rangers) Patrick Timothy Crerand (2/Celtic) - Eric Caldow [c] (30/Rangers) William McNeill (3/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (3/Rangers) - John Murdoch MacLeod (3/Hibernian) Patrick Quinn (3/Motherwell) Alexander Young (7/Heart of Midlothian) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (3/Rangers) David Wilson (5/Rangers)
(Match 285) 14th May 1961 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 4-0 (3-0) Referee: Erich Steiner (Austria) Crowd: 50.000, Stadion Tehelne Pole, Bratislava Goals: 1-0 Pospichal (7), 2-0 Kvasnak (12) penalty, 3-0 Kadraba (44), 4-0 Pospichal (85) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil) Viliam Schrojf - Frantisek Safranek, Svatopluk Pluskal - Jan Popluhar, Jiri Tichy, Andrej Kvasnak - Josef Masopust [c], Tomas Pospichal, Adolf Scherer, Josef Kadraba, Vaclav Masek. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/5) Lawrence Grant Leslie (5/Airdrieonians) - Robert Shearer (4/Rangers) Eric Caldow [c] (31/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (3/Celtic) William McNeill (4/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (4/Rangers) - John Murdoch MacLeod (4/Hibernian) John Livingstone (Ian) McMillan (6/Rangers) David George Herd (5/Arsenal) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (4/Rangers) David Wilson (6/Rangers) Notes: Patrick Crerand and Andrej Kvasnak were sent-off after 35 Minutes.
(Match 286) 26th September 1961 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Leif Gulliksen (Norway) Crowd: 51.590, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kvasnak (6), 1-1 St John (21), 1-2 Scherer (51), 2-2 Law (62), 3-2 Law (83) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/6) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (11/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (12/Celtic) Eric Caldow [c] (32/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (4/Celtic) William McNeill (5/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (5/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (7/Rangers) John Anderson White (10/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (8/Liverpool) Denis Law (12/AC Torino) David Wilson (7/Rangers) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil) Viliam Schrojf - Jozef Bomba, Titus Bubernik - Jan Popluhar, Ladislav Novak [c], Andrej Kvasnak - Josef Masopust, Tomas Pospichal, Adolf Scherer, Josef Kadraba, Vaclav Masek.
(Match 287) 7th October 1961 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-6 (1-3) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 41.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Wilson (14), 1-1 McLaughlin (17), 1-2 Scott (34), 1-3 Brand (38), 1-4 Scott (53), 1-5 Brand (69), 1-6 Scott (79) NORTHERN IRELAND: Henry Gregg - Edward (James) Magill, Alexander Russell Elder - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, William John (Terence) Neill, Robert Peacock - Samuel Wilson, James McIlroy, William (Ian) Lawther, James Hill, James Christopher McLaughlin. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/7) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (12/Tottenham Hotspur) - Duncan MacKay (13/Celtic) Eric Caldow [c] (33/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (5/Celtic) William McNeill (6/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (6/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (8/Rangers) John Anderson White (11/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (9/Liverpool) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (5/Rangers) David Wilson (8/Rangers)
(Match 288) 8th November 1961 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Arthur Holland (England) Crowd: 74.329, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 St John (22), 2-0 St John (50) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/8) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (13/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (1/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (34/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (6/Celtic) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (1/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (7/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (9/Rangers) John Anderson White (12/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (10/Liverpool) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (6/Rangers) David Wilson (9/Rangers) WALES: (Manager: James Patrick Murphy) Alfred John Kelsey - Alan Charles Harrington, Stuart Grenville Williams - Victor Herbert Crowe, Melfyn Charles, Colin Walter Baker - Leonard Allchurch, Phillips Abraham Woosnam, Kenneth Leek, Ivor John Allchurch, Clifford William Jones.
(Match 289) 29th November 1961 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8, Play-Off match) SCOTLAND - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2-4 (1-0, 2-2) (AFTER EXTRA TIME) Referee: Gerard Versyp (Belgium) Crowd: 7.000, Stade Heysel, Brussels Goals: 1-0 St John (35), 1-1 Hledik (70), 2-1 St John (71), 2-2 Scherer (82), 2-3 Pospichal (94), 2-4 Kvasnak (105) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/9) Edward Devlin Connachan (1/Dunfermline Athletic) - Alexander William Hamilton (2/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (35/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (7/Celtic) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (2/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (8/Rangers) - Ralph Laidlaw Brand (7/Rangers) John Anderson White (13/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (11/Liverpool) Denis Law (13/AC Torino) Hugh Robertson (1/Dundee) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil) Viliam Schrojf - Jiri Hledik, Svatopluk Pluskal - Jan Popluhar, Jiri Tichy [c], Andrej Kvasnak - Josef Masopust, Tomas Pospichal, Adolf Scherer, Rudolf Kucera, Josef Jelinek.
(Match 290) 14th April 1962 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Holland) Crowd: 132.441, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Wilson (13), 2-0 Caldow (88) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/10) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (14/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (3/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (36/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (8/Celtic) William McNeill (7/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (9/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (10/Rangers) John Anderson White (14/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (12/Liverpool) Denis Law (14/AC Torino) David Wilson (10/Rangers) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Ronald D.G.Springett - James Christopher Armfield, Ramon Wilson - Stanley Anderson, Peter Swan, Ronald Flowers - Bryan Douglas, James Peter Greaves, Robert Alfred Smith, John Norman Haynes [c], Robert Charlton. Notes: Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 20th time.
(Match 291) 2nd May 1962 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - URUGUAY 2-3 (0-2) Referee: Arthur Holland (England) Crowd: 67.181, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Sasia (37), 0-2 L.A.Cubilla (44), 0-3 L.A.Cubilla (47), 1-3 Baxter (74), 2-3 Brand (88) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/11) Edward Devlin Connachan (2/Dunfermline Athletic) - Alexander William Hamilton (4/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (37/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (9/Celtic) William McNeill (8/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (10/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (11/Rangers) Patrick Quinn (4/Motherwell) Ian St John (13/Liverpool) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (8/Rangers) David Wilson (11/Rangers) Subs: William Ritchie (1/Rangers) for Edward Connachan (46 Minutes) Duncan MacKay (14/Celtic) for Patrick Crerand (75 Minutes) URUGUAY: (Coach: Juan Carlos Corrazo) Roberto Sosa - Horacio Troche, Ruben Soria - Edgardo Gonzalez, Nestor Gonçalvez, Pedro Cubilla - Ronald Langon, Julio Cesar Cortes, Jose Sasia, Vladas Douksas, Luis Alberto Cubilla.
(Match 292) 20th October 1962 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-3 (1-1) Referee: Kenneth Dagnall (England) Crowd: 50.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Caldow (19) penalty, 1-1 Allchurch (40), 1-2 Law (64), 1-3 Henderson (80), 2-3 J.Charles (87) WALES: (Manager: James Patrick Murphy) Anthony Horace Millington - Stuart Grenville Williams, Melvyn Hopkins - William Terrence Hennessey, William (John) Charles, Peter Malcolm Lucas - Barrie Spencer Jones, Ivor John Allchurch, Melfyn Charles, Thomas Royston Vernon, Clifford William Jones. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/12) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (15/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (5/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (38/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (10/Celtic) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (3/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (11/Rangers) - William Henderson (1/Rangers) John Anderson White (15/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (14/Liverpool) Denis Law (15/Manchester United) David Wilson (12/Rangers)
(Match 293) 7th November 1962 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 5-1 (1-1) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 58.734, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Bingham (8), 1-1 Law (40), 2-1 Law (60), 3-1 Law (73), 4-1 Henderson (76), 5-1 Law (86) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/13) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (16/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (6/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (39/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (11/Celtic) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (4/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (12/Rangers) - William Henderson (2/Rangers) John Anderson White (16/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (15/Liverpool) Denis Law (16/Manchester United) George Mulhall (2/Sunderland) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Peacock) Robert Irvine - Edward (James) Magill, Alexander Russell Elder - Robert Dennis (Danny) Blanchflower, Samuel Hatton, James Joseph Nicholson - William McCauley Humphries, Samuel Thomas McMillan, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, James McIlroy, William Laurence Bingham.
(Match 294) 6th April 1963 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Holland) Crowd: 98.606, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Baxter (29), 0-2 Baxter (32) penalty, 1-2 Douglas (80) ENGLAND: (Manager: Walter Winterbottom) Gordon Banks - James Christopher Armfield [c], Gerald Byrne - Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore, Maurice Norman, Ronald Flowers - Bryan Douglas, James Peter Greaves, Robert Alfred Smith, James Melia, Robert Charlton. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/14) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (17/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (7/Dundee) Eric Caldow [c] (40/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay (16/Tottenham Hotspur) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (5/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (13/Rangers) - William Henderson (3/Rangers) John Anderson White (17/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (16/Liverpool) Denis Law (17/Manchester United) David Wilson (13/Rangers) Notes: Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 21st time.
(Match 295) 8th May 1963 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 4-1 (3-0) (ABANDONED AFTER 79 MINUTES) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 94.596, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Wilson (16), 2-0 Wilson (26), 3-0 Law (34), 4-0 Law (71), 4-1 Linhart (77) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/15) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (18/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (8/Dundee) David Duff Holt (1/Heart of Midlothian) - David Craig Mackay [c] (17/Tottenham Hotspur) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (6/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (14/Rangers) - William Henderson (4/Rangers) David Wedderburn Gibson (1/Leicester City) James Millar (1/Rangers) Denis Law (18/Manchester United) David Wilson (14/Rangers) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Karl Decker) Gernot Fraydl - Ferdinand Kolarik, Erich Hasenkopf - Alfred Gager, Walter Glechner, Karl Koller - Anton Linhart, Erich Hof, Horst Nemec, Ernst Fiala, Friedrich Rafreider. Notes: Two Austrian players were sent-off during the match: Horst Nemec for spitting after 28 Minutes and Erich Hof for a "diabolical tackle at waist-height" after 79 Minutes. The Referee James Finney said afterwards "I felt that I had to abandon the match or somebody would have been seriously hurt".
(Match 296) 4th June 1963 (Friendly match) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 4-3 (1-2) Referee: Haukur Oskarsson (Iceland) Crowd: 23.000, Brann Stadion, Bergen Goals: 1-0 Nilsen (5), 1-1 Law (14), 1-2 Law (22), 2-2 E.Johansen (60), 2-3 Law (76), 3-3 Pedersen (81), 4-3 Krogh (83) NORWAY: (Coach: Ragnar Larsen) Sverre Andersen - Erik Hagen, Edgar Stakset - Roar Johansen, Finn Thorsen, Arild Gulden - Roald Jensen, Arne Pedersen, John Krogh, Olav Nilsen, Erik Johansen. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/16) Adam Smith Blacklaw (1/Burnley) - Alexander William Hamilton (9/Dundee) David Duff Holt (2/Heart of Midlothian) - David Craig Mackay [c] (18/Tottenham Hotspur) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (7/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (15/Rangers) - William Henderson (5/Rangers) David Wedderburn Gibson (2/Leicester City) Ian St John (17/Liverpool) Denis Law (19/Manchester United) David Wilson (15/Rangers) Subs: Francis McLintock (1/Leicester City) for David Mackay (78 Minutes)
(Match 297) 9th June 1963 (Friendly match) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 30.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goal: 1-0 Cantwell (6) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Alan James Alexander Kelly - Anthony Peter Dunne, Thomas Joseph Traynor - Matthew (Andrew) McEvoy, Charles John Hurley, Michael McGrath - Johnny Giles, Patrick Turner, Noel Eucharia Cantwell [c], Noel Peyton (Ambrose Gerald Fogarty 44), Joseph Haverty. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/17) Thomas Lawrence (1/Liverpool) - Alexander William Hamilton (10/Dundee) David Duff Holt (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Francis McLintock (2/Leicester City) William McNeill (9/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (16/Rangers) - William Henderson (6/Rangers) David Wedderburn Gibson (3/Leicester City) James Millar (2/Rangers) Denis Law [c] (20/Manchester United) David Wilson (16/Rangers) Subs: Ian St John (18/Liverpool) for James Millar (44 Minutes)
(Match 298) 13th June 1963 (Friendly match) SPAIN - SCOTLAND 2-6 (2-4) Referee: Giulio Campanati (Italy) Crowd: 40.000, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid Goals: 1-0 Adelardo (8), 1-1 Law (15), 1-2 Gibson (16), 1-3 McLintock (18), 1-4 Wilson (32), 2-4 Veloso (43), 2-5 Henderson (51), 2-6 St John (83) SPAIN: (Coach: Jose Villalonga) Vicente Train (Carmelo Cedrun 46) - Feliciano Munoz Rivilla [c], Jose Mingorance (Ignacio Zoco 34) - Severino Reija, Luis Maria Aguirre, Jesus Glaria - Amancio Amaro "Amancio", Adelardo Rodriguez, Jose Fidalgo Veloso, Vicente Guillot, Carlos Lapetra. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/18) Adam Smith Blacklaw (2/Burnley) - William McNeill (10/Celtic) David Duff Holt (4/Heart of Midlothian) - Francis McLintock (3/Leicester City) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (8/Dundee) James Curran Baxter (17/Rangers) - William Henderson (7/Rangers) David Wedderburn Gibson (4/Leicester City) Ian St John (19/Liverpool) Denis Law [c] (21/Manchester United) David Wilson (17/Rangers)
(Match 299) 12th October 1963 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: John Keith Taylor (England) Crowd: 39.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 1-0 Bingham (26), 1-1 St John (49), 2-1 Wilson (63) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Peacock) Henry Gregg - Edward (James) Magill, John Parke - Martin Harvey, William John (Terence) Neill, William James McCullough - William Laurence Bingham, William McCauley Humphries, Samuel Wilson, John Andrew Crossan, James Hill. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/19) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (19/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (11/Dundee) David Provan (1/Rangers) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (12/Manchester United) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (9/Arsenal) David Craig Mackay [c] (19/Tottenham Hotspur) - William Henderson (8/Rangers) John Anderson White (18/Tottenham Hotspur) Ian St John (20/Liverpool) David Wedderburn Gibson (5/Leicester City) George Mulhall (3/Sunderland)
(Match 300) 7th November 1963 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NORWAY 6-1 (2-1) Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 35.416, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Kristoffersen (7) penalty, 1-1 Law (19), 2-1 Law (42), 3-1 Law (60), 4-1 Mackay (74), 5-1 Mackay (76), 6-1 Law (78) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/20) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (20/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (12/Dundee) David Provan (2/Rangers) - David Craig Mackay [c] (20/Tottenham Hotspur) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (10/Arsenal) James Curran Baxter (18/Rangers) - Alexander Silcock Scott (12/Everton) John Anderson White (19/Tottenham Hotspur) Alan John Gilzean (1/Dundee) Denis Law (22/Manchester United) William Henderson (9/Rangers) Subs: James Gabriel (2/Everton) for James Baxter (46 Minutes) NORWAY: (Coach: Ragnar Larsen) Sverre Andersen (Kjell Kaspersen 78) - Erik Hagen, Edgar Stakset - Roar Johansen, Finn Thorsen, Arild Gulden - Roald Jensen, Arne Pedersen, Per Kristoffersen, Olav Nilsen, Erik Johansen.
(Match 301) 20th November 1963 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 2-1 (1-0) Referee: William Clements (England) Crowd: 56.067, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 White (44), 2-0 Law (48), 2-1 B.Jones (60) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/21) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (21/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (13/Dundee) James Kennedy (1/Celtic) - David Craig Mackay [c] (21/Tottenham Hotspur) William McNeill (11/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (19/Rangers) - William Henderson (10/Rangers) John Anderson White (20/Tottenham Hotspur) Alan John Gilzean (2/Dundee) Denis Law (23/Manchester United) Alexander Silcock Scott (13/Everton) WALES: (Manager: James Patrick Murphy) Gareth Sprake - Stuart Grenville Williams, Graham Evan Williams - William Terrence Hennessey, Harold (Michael) England, Melvyn Tudor George Nurse - Barrie Spencer Jones, Graham Moore, William John Charles, Thomas Royston Vernon, Clifford William Jones.
(Match 302) 11th April 1964 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Holland) Crowd: 133.245, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Gilzean (72) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/22) Robert Campbell Forsyth (1/Kilmarnock) - Alexander William Hamilton (14/Dundee) James Kennedy (2/Celtic) - John Greig (1/Rangers) William McNeill [c] (12/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (20/Rangers) - William Henderson (11/Rangers) John Anderson White (21/Tottenham Hotspur) Alan John Gilzean (3/Dundee) Denis Law (24/Manchester United) David Wilson (18/Rangers) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - James Christopher Armfield [c], Ramon Wilson - Gordon Milne, Maurice Norman, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore - Terence Lionel Paine, Roger Hunt, John J.Byrne, George Richard Eastham, Robert Charlton. Notes: Scotland, England and Northern Ireland shared the British Home Championship title.
(Match 303) 12th May 1964 (Friendly match) WEST GERMANY - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-0) Referee: Einar Poulsen (Denmark) Crowd: 75.000, Niedersachsen Stadion, Hanover Goals: 1-0 Seeler (31), 2-0 Seeler (32), 2-1 Gilzean (66), 2-2 Gilzean (79) WEST GERMANY: (Coach: Josef (Sepp) Herberger) Hans Tilkowski - Hans Nowak, Rudolf Steiner - Horst Szymaniak, Willi Giesemann, Wolfgang Weber - Reinhard Libuda, Alfred Schmidt (Stefan Reisch 30), Uwe Seeler [c], Rolf Geiger, Gerd Dorfel. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/23) James Fergus Cruickshank (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Alexander William Hamilton (15/Dundee) James Kennedy (3/Celtic) - John Greig (2/Rangers) William McNeill [c] (13/Celtic) James Curran Baxter (21/Rangers) - William Henderson (12/Rangers) John Anderson White (22/Tottenham Hotspur) Alan John Gilzean (4/Dundee) Denis Law (25/Manchester United) David Wilson (19/Rangers) Subs: David Duff Holt (5/Heart of Midlothian) for Alexander Hamilton (40 Minutes)
(Match 304) 3rd October 1964 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-2 (1-2) Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 37.093, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Davies (6), 1-1 Chalmers (28), 1-2 Gibson (29), 2-2 Leek (87), 3-2 Leek (89) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) Gareth Sprake - Stuart Grenville Williams, Graham Evan Williams - Barrington Gerard Hole, William John Charles, William Terrence Hennessey - Clifford William Jones, Kenneth Leek, Ronald Wyn Davies, Ivor John Allchurch, Ronald Raymond Rees. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/24) Robert Campbell Forsyth (2/Kilmarnock) - Alexander William Hamilton (16/Dundee) James Kennedy (4/Celtic) - John Greig (3/Rangers) Ronald Yeats (1/Liverpool) James Curran Baxter (22/Rangers) - James Johnstone (1/Celtic) David Wedderburn Gibson (6/Leicester City) Stephen Chalmers (1/Celtic) Denis Law [c] (26/Manchester United) James Gillen Robertson (1/Tottenham Hotspur)
(Match 305) 21st October 1964 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - FINLAND 3-1 (3-0) Referee: Josef Hannet (Belgium) Crowd: 54.442, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Law (2), 2-0 Chalmers (38), 3-0 Gibson (42), 3-1 Peltonen (70) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/25) Robert Campbell Forsyth (3/Kilmarnock) - Alexander William Hamilton (17/Dundee) James Kennedy (5/Celtic) - John Greig (4/Rangers) John McGrory (1/Kilmarnock) James Curran Baxter (23/Rangers) - James Johnstone (2/Celtic) David Wedderburn Gibson (7/Leicester City) Stephen Chalmers (2/Celtic) Denis Law [c] (27/Manchester United) Alexander Silcock Scott (14/Everton) FINLAND: (Coach: Olavi Laaksonen) Martti Malme - Pertti Makipaa, Timo Kautonen - Stig Holmqvist, Aarno Rinne, Veijo Valtonen - Markku Lahti, Juhani Peltonen, Kaj Osterberg, Simo Syrjavaara, Martti Hyvarinen.
(Match 306) 25th November 1964 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 3-2 (3-2) Referee: Geoffrey T.Powell (Wales) Crowd: 48.752, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Best (9), 1-1 Wilson (10), 2-1 Gilzean (16), 2-2 Irvine (18), 3-2 Wilson (30) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/26) Robert Campbell Forsyth (4/Kilmarnock) - Alexander William Hamilton (18/Dundee) James Kennedy (6/Celtic) - John Greig (5/Rangers) John McGrory (2/Kilmarnock) Francis McLintock (4/Arsenal) - William Semple Brown Wallace (1/Heart of Midlothian) Denis Law (28/Manchester United) Alan John Gilzean (5/Dundee) James Curran Baxter [c] (24/Sunderland) David Wilson (20/Rangers) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Peacock) Patrick Anthony Jennings - Edward (James) Magill, Alexander Russell Elder - Martin Harvey, William John (Terence) Neill, John Parke - George Best, William McCauley Humphries, William John Irvine, John Andrew Crossan, Robert Munn Braithwaite.
(Match 307) 10th April 1965 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-1) Referee: Istvan Zsolt (Hungary) Crowd: 98.199, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 R.Charlton (24), 2-0 Greaves (34), 2-1 Law (40), 2-2 St John (59) ENGLAND: (Manager: Alfred Ernest Ramsey) Gordon Banks - George Reginald Cohen, Ramon Wilson - Norbert Peter Stiles, John (Jack) Charlton, Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore [c] - Peter Thompson, James Peter Greaves, Barry John Bridges, John J.Byrne, Robert Charlton. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/27) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (22/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (19/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (1/Chelsea) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (13/Manchester United) William McNeill [c] (14/Celtic) John Greig (6/Rangers) - William Henderson (13/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (29/Leeds United) Ian St John (21/Liverpool) Denis Law (29/Manchester United) David Wilson (21/Rangers)
(Match 308) 8th May 1965 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SPAIN 0-0 Referee: Kevin Howley (England) Crowd: 60.146, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: John Miller (Ian) McColl/28) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (23/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (20/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (2/Chelsea) - William John Bremner (1/Leeds United) William McNeill [c] (15/Celtic) John Greig (7/Rangers) - William Henderson (14/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (30/Leeds United) Denis Law (30/Manchester United) Alan John Gilzean (6/Tottenham Hotspur) John Hughes (1/Celtic) SPAIN: (Coach: Jose Villalonga) Jose Angel Iribar - Feliciano Munoz Rivilla, Fernando Olivella [c] - Severino Reija, Ignacio Zoco, Jesus Glaria - Jose Armando Ufarte, Luis Aragones, Marcelino Martinez "Marcelino", Luis Maria Aguirre, Carlos Lapetra. Notes: Severino Reija was sent-off after 86 Minutes.
(Match 309) 23rd May 1965 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) POLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Sergej Alimov (Ussr) Crowd: 67.462, Stadion Slaski, Chorzow Goals: 1-0 Lentner (50), 1-1 Law (75) POLAND: (Coaches: Karol Krawczyk, Ryszard Koncewicz, Wieslaw Motoczynski) Edward Szymkowiak - Henryk Szczepanski [c], Jacek Gmoch - Stanislaw Oslizlo, Roman Bazan, Antoni Nieroba - Ryszard Grzegorczyk, Jan Banas, Jan Liberda, Ernest Pohl, Roman Lentner. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/1) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (24/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (21/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (3/Chelsea) - John Greig (8/Rangers) William McNeill [c] (16/Celtic) Patrick Timothy Crerand (14/Manchester United) - William Henderson (15/Rangers) Robert Young Collins (31/Leeds United) Neil Martin (1/Hibernian) Denis Law (31/Manchester United) John Hughes (2/Celtic)
(Match 310) 27th May 1965 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) FINLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Erwin Vetter (East Germany) Crowd: 20.162, Olympiastadion, Helsinki Goals: 1-0 Hyvarinen (5), 1-1 Wilson (37), 1-2 Greig (50) FINLAND: (Coach: Olavi Laaksonen) Lars Nasman - Pertti Makipaa, Timo Kautonen - Stig Holmqvist, Aarno Rinne, Olli Heinonen - Markku Kumpulampi, Juhani Peltonen, Martti Hyvarinen, Rauno Ruotsalainen, Semi Nuoranen. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/2) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (25/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (22/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (4/Chelsea) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (15/Manchester United) William McNeill [c] (17/Celtic) John Greig (9/Rangers) - William Henderson (16/Rangers) Denis Law (32/Manchester United) Neil Martin (2/Hibernian) William Murdoch Hamilton (1/Hibernian) David Wilson (22/Rangers) Notes: Denis Law missed a 15th minute penalty kick.
(Match 311) 2nd October 1965 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 3-2 (1-1) Referee: John Keith Taylor (England) Crowd: 50.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Gilzean (17), 1-1 Dougan (42), 2-1 Crossan (60), 2-2 Gilzean (82), 3-2 Irvine (89) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Peacock) Patrick Anthony Jennings - Edward (James) Magill, Alexander Russell Elder - Martin Harvey, William John (Terence) Neill, James Joseph Nicholson - James McIlroy, John Andrew Crossan, William John Irvine, Alexander (Derek) Dougan, George Best. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/3) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (26/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (23/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (5/Chelsea) - David Craig Mackay (22/Tottenham Hotspur) William McNeill [c] (18/Celtic) John Greig (10/Rangers) - William Henderson (17/Rangers) Denis Law (33/Manchester United) Alan John Gilzean (7/Tottenham Hotspur) James Curran Baxter (25/Sunderland) John Hughes (3/Celtic)
(Match 312) 13th October 1965 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - POLAND 1-2 (1-0) Referee: Hans Carlsson (Sweden) Crowd: 107.580, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McNeill (13), 1-1 Liberda (85), 1-2 Sadek (87) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/4) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (27/Tottenham Hotspur) - Alexander William Hamilton (24/Dundee) Edward Graham McCreadie (6/Chelsea) - Patrick Timothy Crerand (16/Manchester United) William McNeill [c] (19/Celtic) John Greig (11/Rangers) - William Henderson (18/Rangers) William John Bremner (2/Leeds United) Alan John Gilzean (8/Tottenham Hotspur) Denis Law (34/Manchester United) William Johnston (1/Rangers) POLAND: (Coaches: Karol Krawczyk, Ryszard Koncewicz, Wieslaw Motoczynski) Konrad Kornek - Henryk Szczepanski [c], Jacek Gmoch - Stanislaw Oslizlo, Zygmunt Anczok, Antoni Nieroba - Zygfryd Szoltysik, Jerzy Sadek, Ernest Pohl, Jan Liberda, Eugeniusz Faber.
(Match 313) 9th November 1965 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - ITALY 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Rudolf Kreitlein (West Germany) Crowd: 100.393, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Greig (88) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/5) William Dallas Fyfe Brown (28/Tottenham Hotspur) - John Greig (12/Rangers) David Provan (3/Rangers) - Robert W.Murdoch (1/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (1/Rangers) James Curran Baxter [c] (26/Sunderland) - William Henderson (19/Rangers) William John Bremner (3/Leeds United) Alan John Gilzean (9/Tottenham Hotspur) Neil Martin (3/Sunderland) John Hughes (4/Celtic) ITALY: (Coach: Edmondo Fabbri) William Negri - Tarcisio Burgnich, Giacinto Facchetti - Aristide Guarneri, Sandro Salvadore, Roberto Rosato - Giovanni Lodetti, Giacomo Bulgarelli, Alessandro Mazzola, Gianni Rivera, Paolo Barison.
(Match 314) 24th November 1965 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 4-1 (3-1) Referee: James Finney (England) Crowd: 49.888, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Murdoch (11), 1-1 Allchurch (14), 2-1 Henderson (15), 3-1 Murdoch (21), 4-1 Greig (86) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/6) Robert Ferguson (1/Kilmarnock) - John Greig (13/Rangers) Edward Graham McCreadie (7/Chelsea) - Robert W.Murdoch (2/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (2/Rangers) James Curran Baxter [c] (27/Sunderland) - William Henderson (20/Rangers) Charles Cooke (1/Dundee) James Forrest (1/Rangers) Alan John Gilzean (10/Tottenham Hotspur) William Johnston (2/Rangers) WALES: (Manager: David Bowen) David Michael Hollins - Peter Joseph Rodrigues, Robert Colin Green - William Terrence Hennessey, Harold (Michael) England, Barrington Gerard Hole - Ronald Raymond Rees, Thomas (Roy) Vernon, Ronald Wyn Davies, Ivor John Allchurch, Gilbert Ivor Reece.
(Match 315) 7th December 1965 (World Cup Qualifying Group 8) ITALY - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Istvan Zsolt (Hungary) Crowd: 68.873, Stadio San Paolo, Naples Goals: 1-0 Pascutti (38), 2-0 Facchetti (74), 3-0 Mora (89) ITALY: (Coach: Edmondo Fabbri) Enrico Albertosi - Tarcisio Burgnich, Giacinto Facchetti - Roberto Rosato, Sandro Salvadore, Giovanni Lodetti - Bruno Mora, Giacomo Bulgarelli, Alessandro Mazzola, Gianni Rivera, Ezio Pascutti. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/7) Adam Smith Blacklaw (3/Burnley) - David Provan (4/Rangers) Edward Graham McCreadie (8/Chelsea) - Robert W.Murdoch (3/Celtic) Ronald McKinnon (3/Rangers) John Greig [c] (14/Rangers) - James Forrest (2/Rangers) William John Bremner (4/Leeds United) Ronald Yeats (2/Liverpool) Charles Cooke (2/Dundee) John Hughes (5/Celtic)


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