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(Match 282)  15th April 1961  (66th Home International 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 McNeil - Robert William Robson,
Peter Swan, Ronald Flowers - Bryan Douglas, James Peter Greaves, Robert Alfred Smith, John
Norman Haynes [c], Robert (Bobby) 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:	Scotland were third. England won the home title. 
        This was the heaviest loss for Scotland since 1954. 
        

(Match 283) 3rd May 1961 (1962 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 (1962 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 (1962 World Cup Qualifying Group 8) CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 4-0 (3-0) Referee: Carl Erich Steiner (Austria) Crowd: 50.000, 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 (1962 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 (67th Home International 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 (67th Home International 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 (1962 World Cup Qualifying, Group 8, Play-off) CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 4-2 (0-1, 2-2) (AFTER EXTRA TIME) Referee: Gerard Versyp (Belgium) Crowd: 7.000, Stade Heysel, Brussels Goals: 0-1 St John (35), 1-1 Hledik (70), 1-2 St John (71), 2-2 Scherer (82), 3-2 Pospichal (94), 4-2 Kvasnak (105) 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. 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) Notes: Czechoslovakia and Scotland tied for first place in Group 8 and qualification had to be determined by a play-off in a neutral country. Scotland lost in Brussels and failed to qualify for the 1962 World Cup Finals in Chile.
(Match 290) 14th April 1962 (67th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Netherlands) 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 (Bobby) Charlton. Notes: Scotland won the home title for the twentieth 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 (HT) Duncan MacKay (14/Celtic) for Patrick Crerand (75) 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 (68th Home International 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 (68th Home International 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 (68th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Netherlands) 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 (Bobby) 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 home title.
(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: Horst Nemec - after 28 minutes - and Erich Hof - after 79 minutes - were sent-off. The referee James Finney said after the match that he had ordered Nemec off for spitting and Hof for a "diabolical" waistline foul. "I stopped the game because there was no saying how it was going to end", he added. "It was getting completely out of hand. Somebody might have seriously injured."
(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)
(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)
(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 HT) - 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 (69th Home International 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 (HT) 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 (69th Home International 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 (69th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Leopold Sylvain Horn (Netherlands) 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 (Bobby) Charlton. Notes: Scotland, England and Northern Ireland shared the home title.
(Match 303) 12th May 1964 (Friendly match) WEST GERMANY - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-0) Referee: Einer Poulsen (Denmark) Crowd: 65.000, Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover Goals: 1-0 Seeler (32), 2-0 Seeler (33), 2-1 Gilzean (66), 2-2 Gilzean (85) 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)
(Match 304) 3rd October 1964 (70th Home International 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 (1966 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 (70th Home International 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 (70th Home International 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 (Bobby) 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) Notes: Scotland were third. England won the home title.
(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 (1966 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 (1966 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 (71st Home International 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 (1966 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 (1966 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 (71st Home International 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 (1966 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) Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 1966 World Cup Finals in England.


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