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(Match 392)  7th April 1976  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND  1-0  (1-0)
Referee:   Patrick Partridge (England)
Crowd:     15.531, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goal:      1-0 Pettigrew (2)
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  William Esplin Ormond/31)
Alan Roderick Rough		     (1/Partick Thistle) -
Daniel Fergus McGrain		     (25/Celtic)
Francis Tierney Gray		     (1/Leeds United) -
Thomas Forsyth [c]      	     (3/Rangers) 
John Henderson Blackley		     (5/Hibernian)
Thomas Brooks Craig		     (1/Newcastle United) -
Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish           (35/Celtic) 
William Haddow Pettigrew 	     (1/Motherwell) 
Andrew Mullen Gray		     (2/Aston Villa)
Alexander MacDonald		     (1/Rangers)
Derek Joseph Johnstone		     (8/Rangers)

Subs:
Robert Munro McKean                  (1/Rangers)    for William Pettigrew (HT)
Desmond George Bremner		     (1/Hibernian)  for Kenneth Dalglish  (64)

SWITZERLAND:  (Coach:  Rene Hussy)    
Erich Burgener - Gilbert Guyot, Jorg Stohler - Lucio Bizzini [c], Pius Fischbach, 
Kurt "Kudi" Muller - Rene Hasler (Claude Andrey 53), Rene Botteron, Rudolf Elsener 
(Marc Schnyder 64), Peter Risi, Daniel Jeandupeux.
			

(Match 393) 6th May 1976 (81st Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 3-1 (2-0) Referee: Malcolm Wright (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 25.466, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Pettigrew (38), 2-0 Rioch (44), 2-1 Griffiths (61) penalty, 3-1 Gray (69) SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/32) Alan Roderick Rough (2/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (26/Celtic) William Donachie (13/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (4/Rangers) Colin MacDonald Jackson (6/Rangers) Bruce David Rioch (9/Derby County) - William Haddow Pettigrew (2/Motherwell) Donald Sandison Masson (1/Queens Park Rangers) Joseph Jordan (18/Leeds United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (10/Derby County) Edwin Gray (9/Leeds United) WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) Brian William Lloyd - David Edward Jones, Joseph Patrick Jones - David Frazer Roberts, John Griffith Roberts, Peter Anthony O'Sullivan - Carl Stephen Harris (Leslie Cartwright HT), Arfon Trevor Griffiths, Terence Charles Yorath [c], Alan Thomas Curtis, Leighton James. Notes: The apostrophe was removed from the original name of the English club Queen's Park Rangers at the beginning of the 1968-69 season. It was first dropped for an aesthetic, not a grammatical, reason by the secretary of the club who had re-designed the matchday programme in October 1967. This style was adopted by the club after that.
(Match 394) 8th May 1976 (81st Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Thomas Reynolds (Wales) Crowd: 49.897, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gemmill (23), 2-0 Masson (47), 3-0 Dalglish (52) SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/33) Alan Roderick Rough (3/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (27/Celtic) William Donachie (14/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (5/Rangers) Colin MacDonald Jackson (7/Rangers) Bruce David Rioch (10/Derby County) - William Haddow Pettigrew (3/Motherwell) Donald Sandison Masson (2/Queens Park Rangers) Joseph Jordan (19/Leeds United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (11/Derby County) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (36/Celtic) Subs: Richard [Asa] Hartford (9/Manchester City) for Bruce Rioch (55) Derek Joseph Johnstone (9/Rangers) for William Pettigrew (66) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: David Clements) Patrick Anthony Jennings - Peter William Scott, Christopher John Nicholl - Allan Hunter [c], Patrick James Rice, Bryan Hamilton - Thomas Cassidy, Patrick Gerald Sharp Sharkey (David McCreery 61), Samuel Baxter McIlroy, Samuel John Morgan (Derek William Spence 85), Thomas Finney. Notes: In the first minute of the second-half Rioch's penalty kick hit the post. Dalglish netted the rebound but Jordan was in an offside position and Northern Ireland were awarded a free kick.
(Match 395) 15th May 1976 (81st Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Karoly Palotai (Hungary) Crowd: 85.167, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Channon (11), 1-1 Masson (18), 2-1 Dalglish (49) SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/34) Alan Roderick Rough (4/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (28/Celtic) William Donachie (15/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (6/Rangers) Colin MacDonald Jackson (8/Rangers) Bruce David Rioch (11/Derby County) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (37/Celtic) Donald Sandison Masson (3/Queens Park Rangers) Joseph Jordan (20/Leeds United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (12/Derby County) Edwin Gray (10/Leeds United) Subs: Derek Joseph Johnstone (10/Rangers) for Edwin Gray (78) ENGLAND: (Manager: Donald Revie) Raymond Neal Clemence - Colin Todd, Michael Denis Mills - Philip Bernard Thompson, Roy Leslie McFarland (Michael Doyle 70), Raymond Kennedy - Joseph [Kevin] Keegan, Michael Roger Channon, James Stuart Pearson (Trevor John Cherry HT), Gerald Charles James Francis [c], Peter John Taylor. Notes: Scotland won the home title.
(Match 396) 8th September 1976 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FINLAND 6-0 (4-0) Referee: Gordon Kew (England) Crowd: 16.338, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Rioch (7), 2-0 Masson (16) penalty, 3-0 Dalglish (23), 4-0 A.M.Gray (44), 5-0 E.Gray (68), 6-0 A.M.Gray (80) SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/35) Alan Roderick Rough (5/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (29/Celtic) William Donachie (16/Manchester City) - Bruce David Rioch (12/Derby County) Thomas Forsyth (7/Rangers) Martin McLean Buchan (21/Manchester United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (38/Celtic) Archibald Gemmill [c] (13/Derby County) Andrew Mullen Gray (3/Aston Villa) Donald Sandison Masson (4/Queens Park Rangers) Edwin Gray (11/Leeds United) Subs: David Harvey (16/Leeds United) for Alan Rough (HT) FINLAND: (Coach: Aulis Rytkonen) Pertti Alaja (Goran Enckelman HT) - Teppo Heikkinen (Matti Ahonen 75), Erkki Vihtila - Ari Makynen, Esko Ranta, Pertti Jantunen - Jouko Suomalainen, Miikka Toivola,Olavi Rissanen, Juha Dahllund, Matti Paatelainen (Jyrki Nieminen 37).
(Match 397) 13th October 1976 (1978 World Cup Qualifying Group 7) CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Alberto Michelotti (Italy) Crowd: 38.000, Letensky stadion (Sparty), Prague Goals: 1-0 Panenka (46), 2-0 Petras (48) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Vaclav Jezek) Alexander Vencel - Pavol Biros, Anton Ondrus [c] - Jozef Capkovic (Ladislav Jurkemik 68), Koloman Gogh (Jan Kozak 13), Karol Dobias - Antonin Panenka, Jaroslav Pollak, Marian Masny, Zdenek Nehoda, Ladislav Petras. SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/36) Alan Roderick Rough (6/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (30/Celtic) William Donachie (17/Manchester City) - Martin McLean Buchan (22/Manchester United) Gordon McQueen (10/Leeds United) Bruce David Rioch (13/Derby County) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (39/Celtic) Donald Sandison Masson (5/Queens Park Rangers) Joseph Jordan (21/Leeds United) Andrew Mullen Gray (4/Aston Villa) Archibald Gemmill [c] (14/Derby County) Subs: Kenneth Burns (5/Birmingham City) for Kenneth Dalglish (58) Richard [Asa] Hartford (10/Manchester City) for Donald Masson (62) Notes: Andrew Gray and Anton Ondrus were sent off after 43 minutes.
(Match 398) 17th November 1976 (1978 World Cup Qualifying Group 7) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (West Germany) Crowd: 63.233, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Evans (15) own goal SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/37) Alan Roderick Rough (7/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (31/Celtic) William Donachie (18/Manchester City) - John Henderson Blackley (6/Hibernian) Gordon McQueen (11/Leeds United) Bruce David Rioch (14/Derby County) - Kenneth Burns (6/Birmingham City) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (40/Celtic) Joseph Jordan (22/Leeds United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (15/Derby County) Edwin Gray (12/Leeds United) Subs: Richard [Asa] Hartford (11/Manchester City) for Bruce Rioch (55) William Haddow Pettigrew (4/Motherwell) for Edwin Gray (85) WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) William [David] Davies - Malcolm Edward Page, Joseph Patrick Jones - Leighton Phillips, Arfon Trevor Griffiths, Ian Peter Evans - Michael Reginald Thomas, Brian Flynn, Terence Charles Yorath [c], John Benjamin Toshack, Leighton James (Alan Thomas Curtis 74).
(Match 399) 27th April 1977 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - SWEDEN 3-1 (1-0) Referee: John Keith Taylor (England) Crowd: 22.659, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Hartford (30), 1-1 Wendt (50), 2-1 Dalglish (55), 3-1 Craig (79) SCOTLAND: (Manager: William Esplin Ormond/38) Alan Roderick Rough (8/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (32/Celtic) Thomas Forsyth (8/Rangers) - John Henderson Blackley (7/Hibernian) William Donachie (19/Manchester City) Ronald Michael Glavin (1/Celtic) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish [c] (41/Celtic) Richard [Asa] Hartford (12/Manchester City) Kenneth Burns (7/Birmingham City) William Haddow Pettigrew (5/Motherwell) William McClure Johnston (10/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (28/Rangers) for Ronald Glavin (50) Joseph Craig (1/Celtic) for Kenneth Burns (75) David Narey (1/Dundee United) for John Blackley (76) SWEDEN: (Coach: Georg Ericson) Ronnie Hellstrom - Magnus Andersson, Roy Andersson - Bjorn Nordqvist [c], Bjorn Andersson, Lennart Larsson - Bo Borjesson (Anders Ljungberg 65), Conny Thorstensson (Hans Borg 55), Thomas Sjoberg, Benny Wendt, Sigvard Johansson (Olle Nordin 70).
(Match 400) 28th May 1977 (82nd Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Malcolm Moffat (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 14.469, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) William [David] Davies - Roderick John Thomas, Joseph Patrick Jones - John Francis Mahoney, Leighton Phillips, Ian Peter Evans - Peter Anthony Sayer, Brian Flynn, Terence Charles Yorath [c], Nicholas Simon Deacy, Leighton James (Michael Reginald Thomas 68). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/1) Alan Roderick Rough (9/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (33/Celtic) William Donachie (20/Manchester City) - Bruce David Rioch [c] (15/Everton) Gordon McQueen (12/Leeds United) Thomas Forsyth (9/Rangers) - Donald Sandison Masson (6/Queens Park Rangers) Archibald Gemmill (16/Derby County) Derek James Parlane (12/Rangers) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (42/Celtic) Richard [Asa] Hartford (13/Manchester City) Subs: William McClure Johnston (11/West Bromwich Albion) for Bruce Rioch (65) Kenneth Burns (8/Birmingham City) for Derek Parlane (77)
(Match 401) 1st June 1977 (82nd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: William John Gow (Wales) Crowd: 44.699, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Dalglish (37), 2-0 McQueen (61), 3-0 Dalglish (79) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/2) Alan Roderick Rough (10/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (34/Celtic) William Donachie (21/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (10/Rangers) Gordon McQueen (13/Leeds United) Bruce David Rioch [c] (16/Everton) - Donald Sandison Masson (7/Queens Park Rangers) Richard [Asa] Hartford (14/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (23/Leeds United) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (43/Celtic) William McClure Johnston (12/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Luigi (Lou) Macari (16/Manchester United) for Joseph Jordan (65) Archibald Gemmill (17/Derby County) for William Johnston (74) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Dennis "Danny" Blanchflower) Patrick Anthony Jennings - James Michael Nicholl, Patrick James Rice - Thomas Jackson, Allan Hunter, Bryan Hamilton - Christopher Roland McGrath, Samuel Baxter McIlroy, Martin Hugh Michael O'Neill (Derek William Spence 56), David McCreery, Trevor Anderson.
(Match 402) 4th June 1977 (82nd Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Karoly Palotai (Hungary) Crowd: 98.103, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 McQueen (42), 0-2 Dalglish (60), 1-2 Channon (87) penalty ENGLAND: (Manager: Donald Revie) Raymond Neal Clemence - Philip George Neal, Michael Denis Mills - Brian Greenhoff (Trevor John Cherry 57), David Vernon Watson, Emlyn Walter Hughes [c] - Trevor John Francis, Michael Roger Channon, James Stuart Pearson, Brian Ernest Talbot, Raymond Kennedy (Dennis Tueart 67). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/3) Alan Roderick Rough (11/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (35/Celtic) William Donachie (22/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (11/Rangers) Gordon McQueen (14/Leeds United) Bruce David Rioch [c] (17/Everton) - Donald Sandison Masson (8/Queens Park Rangers) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (44/Celtic) Joseph Jordan (24/Leeds United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (15/Manchester City) William McClure Johnston (13/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Luigi (Lou) Macari (17/Manchester United) for Joseph Jordan (43) Archibald Gemmill (18/Derby County) for Donald Masson (83) Notes: Scotland won the home title.
(Match 403) 15th June 1977 (Friendly match) CHILE - SCOTLAND 2-4 (0-3) Referee: Juan Silvagno (Chile) Crowd: 17.625, Estadio Nacional, Santiago Goals: 0-1 Dalglish (19), 0-2 Macari (30), 0-3 Hartford (37), 1-3 Crisosto (48), 1-4 Macari (57), 2-4 Crisosto (72) CHILE: (Coach: Luis Santibanez) Adolfo Nef - Juan Machuca, Alberto Quintano - Enzo Escobar, Elias Figueroa, Eddio Inostroza - Rogelio Farias, Waldo Quiroz, Hector Pinto, Juan Soto (Julio Crisosto 37), Leonardo Veliz (Gustavo Moscoso 79). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/4) Alan Roderick Rough (12/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (36/Celtic) William Donachie (23/Manchester City) - Martin McLean Buchan (23/Manchester United) Thomas Forsyth (12/Rangers) Bruce David Rioch [c] (18/Everton) - Donald Sandison Masson (9/Queens Park Rangers) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (45/Celtic) Luigi (Lou) Macari (18/Manchester United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (16/Manchester City) William McClure Johnston (14/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: James Garven Stewart (1/Kilmarnock) for Alan Rough (HT) Archibald Gemmill (19/Derby County) for Bruce Rioch (HT) William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (29/Rangers) for Asa Hartford (72)
(Match 404) 18th June 1977 (Friendly match) ARGENTINA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Romualdo Arppi Filho (Brazil) Crowd: 57.000, Estadio de Boca Juniors (La Bombonera), Buenos Aires Goals: 0-1 Masson (77) penalty, 1-1 Passarella (80) penalty ARGENTINA: (Coach: Cesar Luis Menotti) Hector Rodolfo Baley - Vicente Alberto Pernia, Daniel Pedro Killer - Daniel Alberto Passarella, Jorge Omar Carrascosa [c], Osvaldo Cesar Ardiles - Americo Ruben Gallego, Omar Ruben Larrosa (Oscar Victor Trossero 70), Rene Orlando Houseman, Leopoldo Jacinto Luque, Pedro Alexis Gonzalez (Alberto Cesar Tarantini 59). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/5) Alan Roderick Rough (13/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (37/Celtic) Thomas Forsyth (13/Rangers) - Martin McLean Buchan [c] (24/Manchester United) William Donachie (24/Manchester City) Archibald Gemmill (20/Derby County) - Richard [Asa] Hartford (17/Manchester City) Donald Sandison Masson (10/Queens Park Rangers) Luigi (Lou) Macari (19/Manchester United) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (46/Celtic) William McClure Johnston (15/West Bromwich Albion) Notes: Vicente Pernia and William Johnston were sent off after 56 minutes.
(Match 405) 23rd June 1977 (Friendly match) BRAZIL - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Oscar Scolfaro (Brazil) Crowd: 60.763, Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho (Estadio do Maracana), Rio de Janeiro Goals: 1-0 ZICO (71), 2-0 TONINHO CEREZO (76) BRAZIL: (Coach: Claudio Coutinho) Emerson LEAO - Jose Maria Rodrigues Alves-ZE MARIA, LUIZ Edmundo PEREIRA - Edino Nazareth Filho-EDINHO, Antonio Carlos Cerezo-TONINHO CEREZO, Francisco das Chagas Marinho-MARINHO CHAGAS - Gilberto Alves-GIL (Arthur Antunes Coimbra-ZICO HT), PAULO ISIDORO de Jesus, Jose REINALDO de Lima, Roberto RIVELLINO [c], PAULO CEZAR Lima-CAJU. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/6) Alan Roderick Rough (14/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (38/Celtic) William Donachie (25/Manchester City) - Bruce David Rioch [c] (19/Everton) Thomas Forsyth (14/Rangers) Martin McLean Buchan (25/Manchester United) - Donald Sandison Masson (11/Queens Park Rangers) Archibald Gemmill (21/Derby County) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (47/Celtic) Richard [Asa] Hartford (18/Manchester City) William McClure Johnston (16/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (30/Rangers) for William Johnston (66)
(Match 406) 7th September 1977 (Friendly match) EAST GERMANY - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Martin Horbas (Czechoslovakia) Crowd: 50.000, Stadion der Weltjugend, East Berlin Goal: 1-0 Schade (66) EAST GERMANY: (Coach: Georg Buschner) Jurgen Croy - Hans-Jurgen Dorner [c], Gerd Kische - Konrad Weise, Gerd Weber, Reinhard Hafner - Hartmut Schade, Lutz Lindemann, Gert Heidler, Jurgen Sparwasser (Peter Kotte HT), Joachim Streich (Martin Hoffmann HT). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/7) David Steel Stewart (1/Leeds United) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (39/Celtic) William Donachie (26/Manchester City) - Donald Sandison Masson [c] (12/Queens Park Rangers) Gordon McQueen (15/Leeds United) Martin McLean Buchan (26/Manchester United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (48/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (19/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (25/Leeds United) Luigi (Lou) Macari (20/Manchester United) William McClure Johnston (17/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Arthur Graham (1/Leeds United) for William Johnston (59) Archibald Gemmill (22/Derby County) for Asa Hartford (65) Notes: David Stewart saved a 75th minute penalty kick from Hans-Jurgen Dorner.
(Match 407) 21st September 1977 (1978 World Cup Qualifying Group 7) SCOTLAND - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3-1 (2-0) Referee: Francis Jean Elisa Rion (Belgium) Crowd: 85.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Jordan (18), 2-0 Hartford (35), 3-0 Dalglish (54), 3-1 Gajdusek (80) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/8) Alan Roderick Rough (15/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (31/Rangers) Daniel Fergus McGrain (40/Celtic) - Thomas Forsyth (15/Rangers) Gordon McQueen (16/Leeds United) Bruce David Rioch [c] (20/Everton) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (49/Liverpool) Donald Sandison Masson (13/Queens Park Rangers) Joseph Jordan (26/Leeds United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (20/Manchester City) William McClure Johnston (18/West Bromwich Albion) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Dr.Jozef Venglos) Pavol Michalik - Miroslav Paurik, Jozef Capkovic - Karel Dvorak, Koloman Gogh, Karol Dobias (Dusan Galis 61) - Jaroslav Pollak [c], Jozef Moder (Lubomir Knapp HT), Miroslav Gajdusek, Marian Masny, Zdenek Nehoda.
(Match 408) 12th October 1977 (1978 World Cup Qualifying Group 7) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Robert Wurtz (France) Crowd: 50.850, Anfield Road, Liverpool Goals: 0-1 Masson (78) penalty, 0-2 Dalglish (87) WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) William [David] Davies - Roderick John Thomas, Joseph Patrick Jones - John Francis Mahoney, David Edward Jones, Leighton Phillips - Brian Flynn, Peter Anthony Sayer (Nicholas Simon Deacy 75), Terence Charles Yorath [c], John Benjamin Toshack, Michael Reginald Thomas. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/9) Alan Roderick Rough (16/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (32/Rangers) William Donachie (27/Manchester City) - Donald Sandison Masson [c] (14/Queens Park Rangers) Gordon McQueen (17/Leeds United) Thomas Forsyth (16/Rangers) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (50/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (21/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (27/Leeds United) Luigi (Lou) Macari (21/Manchester United) William McClure Johnston (19/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Martin McLean Buchan (27/Manchester United) for Sandy Jardine (82) Notes: Kenneth Dalglish became the 4th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland. Scotland qualified for the 1978 World Cup Finals in Argentina.
(Match 409) 22nd February 1978 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - BULGARIA 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Patrick Partridge (England) Crowd: 57.344, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Mladenov (7), 1-1 Gemmill (43) penalty, 2-1 Wallace (84) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/10) James Anton Blyth (1/Coventry City) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (1/Aberdeen) William Donachie (28/Manchester City) - Graeme James Souness (4/Liverpool) Gordon McQueen (18/Manchester United) William Ferguson Miller (2/Aberdeen) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (51/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (22/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (28/Manchester United) Luigi (Lou) Macari (22/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (23/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Ian Andrew Wallace (1/Coventry City) for Kenneth Dalglish (65) Derek Joseph Johnstone (11/Rangers) for Joseph Jordan (65) BULGARIA: (Coach: Tsvetan Ilchev) Stefan Staykov - Plamen Nikolov, Dimitar Enchev - Georgi Bonev, Ivan Iliev, Kancho Kasherov - Aleksandar Ivanov, Georgi Slavkov (Ivan Tishanski 72), Andrey Zhelyazkov [c], Stoycho Mladenov, Radoslav Zdravkov.
(Match 410) 13th May 1978 (83rd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: William John Gow (Wales) Crowd: 64.433, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 O'Neill (26), 1-1 Johnstone (36) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/11) Alan Roderick Rough (17/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (33/Rangers) Martin McLean Buchan (28/Manchester United) - Thomas Forsyth (17/Rangers) Gordon McQueen (19/Manchester United) Bruce David Rioch [c] (21/Derby County) - Donald Sandison Masson (15/Derby County) Archibald Gemmill (24/Nottingham Forest) Joseph Jordan (29/Manchester United) Derek Joseph Johnstone (12/Rangers) John Neilson Robertson (1/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Kenneth Burns (9/Nottingham Forest) for Martin Buchan (37) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (52/Liverpool) for Joseph Jordan (HT) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Dennis "Danny" Blanchflower) James Platt - Bryan Hamilton [c], Peter Scott - Christopher John Nicholl, James Michael Nicholl, Samuel Baxter McIlroy - David McCreery, Martin Hugh Michael O'Neill, Trevor Anderson (William Robert Hamilton 77), Gerard Armstrong, Christopher Roland McGrath (George [Terence] Cochrane 63).
(Match 411) 17th May 1978 (83rd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Malcolm Wright (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 70.241, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Johnstone (10), 1-1 Donachie (90) own goal SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/12) James Anton Blyth (2/Coventry City) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (2/Aberdeen) William Donachie (29/Manchester City) - Kenneth Burns (10/Nottingham Forest) Gordon McQueen (20/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (25/Nottingham Forest) - Graeme James Souness (5/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (23/Manchester City) Derek Joseph Johnstone (13/Rangers) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (53/Liverpool) William McClure Johnston (20/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Thomas Forsyth (18/Rangers) for Gordon McQueen (28) John Neilson Robertson (2/Nottingham Forest) for William Johnston (86) WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) William [David] Davies - Malcolm Edward Page (Nicholas Simon Deacy 76), Joseph Patrick Jones - Leighton Phillips, David Frazer Roberts, Carl Stephen Harris - John Francis Mahoney, Terence Charles Yorath [c], Brian Flynn, Philip John Dwyer, Alan Thomas Curtis. Notes: Brian Flynn's 87th minute penalty kick hit the post.
(Match 412) 20th May 1978 (83rd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Georges Konrath (France) Crowd: 88.319, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Coppell (82) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/13) Alan Roderick Rough (18/Partick Thistle) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (3/Aberdeen) William Donachie (30/Manchester City) - Thomas Forsyth (19/Rangers) Kenneth Burns (11/Nottingham Forest) Bruce David Rioch [c] (22/Derby County) - Donald Sandison Masson (16/Derby County) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (54/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (30/Manchester United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (24/Manchester City) William McClure Johnston (21/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Archibald Gemmill (26/Nottingham Forest) for Donald Masson (74) Graeme James Souness (6/Liverpool) for Bruce Rioch (74) ENGLAND: (Manager: Ronald Greenwood) Raymond Neal Clemence - Philip George Neal, Michael Denis Mills - Emlyn Walter Hughes [c] (Brian Greenhoff 73), David Vernon Watson, Anthony Williams Currie - Stephen James Coppell, Trevor John Francis, Paul Mariner (Trevor David Brooking 76), Raymond Colin Wilkins, Peter Simon Barnes. Notes: Scotland were third. England won the home title.
(Match 413) 3rd June 1978 (1978 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 4) PERU - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Ulf Eriksson (Sweden) Crowd: 37.927, Estadio Olimpico de Cordoba, Cordoba Goals: 0-1 Jordan (14), 1-1 Cueto (43), 2-1 Cubillas (70), 3-1 Cubillas (77) PERU: (Coach: Marcos Calderon) Ramon Quiroga - Ruben Toribio Diaz, Hector Chumpitaz [c], Rodulfo Manzo, Jaime Duarte - Jose Velasquez, Cesar Cueto (Percy Rojas 82), Teofilo Cubillas, Juan Jose Munante - Guillermo La Rosa (Hugo Sotil 63), Juan Carlos Oblitas. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/14) Alan Roderick Rough (19/Partick Thistle) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (4/Aberdeen) Thomas Forsyth (20/Rangers) Kenneth Burns (12/Nottingham Forest) Martin McLean Buchan (29/Manchester United) - Donald Sandison Masson (17/Derby County) Richard [Asa] Hartford (25/Manchester City) Bruce David Rioch [c] (23/Derby County) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (55/Liverpool) - Joseph Jordan (31/Manchester United) William McClure Johnston (22/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Archibald Gemmill (27/Nottingham Forest) for Donald Masson (73) Luigi (Lou) Macari (23/Manchester United) for Bruce Rioch (73) Notes: Donald Masson had a 60th minute penalty kick saved by Ramon Quiroga.
(Match 414) 7th June 1978 (1978 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 4) SCOTLAND - IRAN 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Youssou N'Diaye (Senegal) Crowd: 7.938, Estadio Olimpico de Cordoba, Cordoba Goals: 1-0 Eskandarian (43) own goal, 1-1 Danayfar (60) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/15) Alan Roderick Rough (20/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (34/Rangers) William Donachie (31/Manchester City) Kenneth Burns (13/Nottingham Forest) Martin McLean Buchan (30/Manchester United) - Luigi (Lou) Macari (24/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (28/Nottingham Forest) Richard [Asa] Hartford (26/Manchester City) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (56/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (32/Manchester United) John Neilson Robertson (3/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Thomas Forsyth (21/Rangers) for Martin Buchan (55) Joseph Montgomery Harper (4/Aberdeen) for Kenneth Dalglish (73) IRAN: (Coach: Heshmat Mohajerani) Nasser Hejazi - Hassan Nazari, Nasrollah Abdollahi, Hossein Kazerani, Andranik Eskandarian - Ali Parvin [c], Ebrahim Ghasempour, Mohammad Sadeghi, Iraj Danayfar (Hassan Nayebagha 89) - Ghafour Jahani, Hossein Faraki (Hassan Rowshan 83).
(Match 415) 11th June 1978 (1978 World Cup Finals, 1st Round, Group 4) SCOTLAND - NETHERLANDS 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria) Crowd: 35.130, Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza, Mendoza Goals: 0-1 Rensenbrink (34) penalty, 1-1 Dalglish (44), 2-1 Gemmill (46) penalty, 3-1 Gemmill (68), 3-2 Rep (71) SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/16) Alan Roderick Rough (21/Partick Thistle) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (5/Aberdeen) Martin McLean Buchan (31/Manchester United) Thomas Forsyth (22/Rangers) William Donachie (32/Manchester City) - Bruce David Rioch [c] (24/Derby County) Graeme James Souness (7/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (27/Manchester City) Archibald Gemmill (29/Nottingham Forest) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (57/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (33/Manchester United) NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Ernst Happel) Jan Jongbloed - Wim Suurbier, Ruud Krol [c], Wim Rijsbergen (Pieter Wildschut HT), Jan Poortvliet - Willy van de Kerkhof, Johan Neeskens (Jan Boskamp 10), Wim Jansen - Rene van de Kerkhof, Johnny Rep, Rob Rensenbrink. Notes: Scotland were knocked out after the 1st round. Argentina won the World Cup.
(Match 416) 20th September 1978 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 3-2 (1-0) Referee: Alberto Michelotti (Italy) Crowd: 62.281, Praterstadion, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Pezzey (26), 2-0 Schachner (48), 3-0 Kreuz (62), 3-1 McQueen (63), 3-2 Gray (77) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Karl Stotz) Erwin Fuchsbichler - Robert Sara, Erich Obermayer - Heinrich Strasser, Bruno Pezzey, Heribert Weber - Walter Schachner, Herbert Prohaska (Franz Oberacher 87), Johann Krankl, Wilhelm Kreuz, Kurt Jara. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Alistair MacLeod/17) Alan Roderick Rough (22/Partick Thistle) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (6/Aberdeen) William Donachie (33/Manchester City) - Archibald Gemmill [c] (30/Nottingham Forest) Gordon McQueen (21/Manchester United) Martin McLean Buchan (32/Manchester United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (58/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (28/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (34/Manchester United) Andrew Mullen Gray (5/Aston Villa) Graeme James Souness (8/Liverpool) Subs: Arthur Graham (2/Leeds United) for Joseph Jordan (61)
(Match 417) 25th October 1978 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - NORWAY 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Vojtech Christov (Czechoslovakia) Crowd: 65.372, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Aas (3), 1-1 Dalglish (30), 1-2 Okland (64), 2-2 Dalglish (82), 3-2 Gemmill (87) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/8) James Garven Stewart (2/Middlesbrough) - William Donachie (34/Manchester City) Francis Tierney Gray (2/Leeds United) - Graeme James Souness (9/Liverpool) Gordon McQueen (22/Manchester United) Martin McLean Buchan (33/Manchester United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (59/Liverpool) Archibald Gemmill [c] (31/Nottingham Forest) Andrew Mullen Gray (6/Aston Villa) Richard [Asa] Hartford (29/Manchester City) Arthur Graham (3/Leeds United) NORWAY: (Coach: Tor Roste Fossen) Tom Rusz Jacobsen - Trond Pedersen (Jan Hansen 85), Jan Birkelund - Tore Kordahl, Svein Grondalen, Einar Aas - Tom Jacobsen (Helge Karlsen 37), Tor Egil Johansen [c], Hallvar Thoresen, Arne Larsen Okland, Svein Mathisen. Notes: This was Jock Stein's second period as Scotland manager.
(Match 418) 29th November 1978 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) PORTUGAL - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Ernst Dorflinger (Switzerland) Crowd: 70.000, Estadio da Luz, Lisbon Goal: 1-0 ALBERTO (29) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Mario Wilson) Manuel Galrinho BENTO - ARTUR Manuel Soares CORREIA, HUMBERTO Manuel Jesus COELHO [c] - CARLOS Alexandre Fortes ALHINHO, ALBERTO Gomes da Fonseca Junior, Minervino Jose Lopes PIETRA - Joao Antonio Ferreira Resende ALVES, ANTONIO Luis Alves Ribeiro de OLIVEIRA (EURICO Monteiro Gomes 82), Jose Alberto Barroso Machado e COSTA (SHEU Han HT), Tamagnini Manuel Gomes Baptista-NENE, FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/9) Alan Roderick Rough (23/Partick Thistle) - Stuart Robert Kennedy (7/Aberdeen) Francis Tierney Gray (3/Leeds United) - David Narey (2/Dundee United) Gordon McQueen (23/Manchester United) Martin McLean Buchan (34/Manchester United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (60/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (30/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (35/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (32/Nottingham Forest) John Neilson Robertson (4/Nottingham Forest) Subs: William Donachie (35/Manchester City) for Francis Gray (65) Ian Andrew Wallace (2/Coventry City) for Joseph Jordan (80)
(Match 419) 19th May 1979 (84th Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-0 (2-0) Referee: Patrick Partridge (England) Crowd: 20.371, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Toshack (29), 2-0 Toshack (35), 3-0 Toshack (75) WALES: (Manager: Mike Smith) William [David] Davies - William [Byron] Stevenson, Joseph Patrick Jones - Leighton Phillips, Philip John Dwyer, John Francis Mahoney - Terence Charles Yorath [c] (Peter Nicholas 89), Brian Flynn, Robert Mark James, John Benjamin Toshack, Alan Thomas Curtis. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/10) Alan Roderick Rough (24/Partick Thistle) - George Elder Burley (1/Ipswich Town) Francis Tierney Gray (4/Leeds United) - John Wark (1/Ipswich Town) Paul Anthony Hegarty (1/Dundee United) Alan David Hansen (1/Liverpool) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish [c] (61/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (31/Manchester City) Ian Andrew Wallace (3/Coventry City) Graeme James Souness (10/Liverpool) Arthur Graham (4/Leeds United) Subs: Joseph Jordan (36/Manchester United) for Ian Wallace (55)
(Match 420) 22nd May 1979 (84th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Clive Thomas (Wales) Crowd: 28.524, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Graham (76) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/11) George Wood (1/Everton) - George Elder Burley (2/Ipswich Town) Francis Tierney Gray (5/Leeds United) - John Wark (2/Ipswich Town) Gordon McQueen (24/Manchester United) Graeme James Souness (11/Liverpool) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish [c] (62/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (32/Manchester City) Joseph Jordan (37/Manchester United) Paul Anthony Hegarty (2/Dundee United) Arthur Graham (5/Leeds United) Subs: David Narey (3/Dundee United) for John Wark (HT) Francis Peter McGarvey (1/Liverpool) for Arthur Graham (85) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Robert Dennis "Danny" Blanchflower) Patrick Anthony Jennings - Patrick James Rice, Samuel Nelson - James Michael Nicholl, Allan Hunter, Victor Moreland - Bryan Hamilton [c], Samuel Baxter McIlroy (Peter Scott 62), Gerard Armstrong, Thomas Sloan, Derek William Spence.
(Match 421) 26th May 1979 (84th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Antonio Jose da Silva Garrido (Portugal) Crowd: 98.000, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Wark (21), 1-1 Barnes (45), 2-1 Coppell (63), 3-1 Keegan (70) ENGLAND: (Manager: Ronald Greenwood) Raymond Neal Clemence - Philip George Neal, Michael Denis Mills - Philip Bernard Thompson, David Vernon Watson, Raymond Colin Wilkins - Joseph [Kevin] Keegan [c], Stephen James Coppell, Robert Dennis Latchford, Trevor David Brooking, Peter Simon Barnes. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/12) George Wood (2/Everton) - George Elder Burley (3/Ipswich Town) Francis Tierney Gray (6/Leeds United) - John Wark (3/Ipswich Town) Gordon McQueen (25/Manchester United) Paul Anthony Hegarty (3/Dundee United) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish [c] (63/Liverpool) Graeme James Souness (12/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (38/Manchester United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (33/Manchester City) Arthur Graham (6/Leeds United) Notes: Scotland were third. England won the home title.
(Match 422) 2nd June 1979 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ARGENTINA 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Patrick Partridge (England) Crowd: 61.918, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Luque (33), 0-2 Luque (61), 0-3 Maradona (70), 1-3 Graham (85) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/13) Alan Roderick Rough (25/Partick Thistle) - George Elder Burley (4/Ipswich Town) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (1/St.Mirren) - David Narey (4/Dundee United) Paul Anthony Hegarty (4/Dundee United) Alan David Hansen (2/Liverpool) - Francis Peter McGarvey (2/Liverpool) John Wark (4/Ipswich Town) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish [c] (64/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (34/Manchester City) Arthur Graham (7/Leeds United) Subs: George Wood (3/Everton) for Alan Rough (HT) Francis Tierney Gray (7/Leeds United) for Asa Hartford (69) ARGENTINA: (Coach: Cesar Luis Menotti) Ubaldo Matildo Fillol - Jorge Mario Olguin, Alberto Cesar Tarantini - Hugo Eduardo Villaverde (Enzo Hector Trossero 21), Daniel Alberto Passarella, Americo Ruben Gallego - Rene Orlando Houseman (Norberto Daniel Outes 54), Juan Alberto Barbas, Leopoldo Jacinto Luque, Diego Armando Maradona, Jose Daniel Valencia.
(Match 423) 7th June 1979 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 0-4 (0-3) Referee: Ib Nielsen (Denmark) Crowd: 17.269, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo Goals: 0-1 Jordan (32), 0-2 Dalglish (39), 0-3 Robertson (43), 0-4 McQueen (55) NORWAY: (Coach: Tor Roste Fossen) Tom Rusz Jacobsen - Helge Karlsen, Tore Kordahl - Svein Grondalen, Trond Pedersen (Jan Hansen 67), Einar Aas - Roger Albertsen, Stein Thunberg (Torbjorn Svendsen 77), Hallvar Thoresen, Svein Mathisen, Arne Larsen Okland. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/14) Alan Roderick Rough (26/Partick Thistle) - George Elder Burley (5/Ipswich Town) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (2/St.Mirren) - Kenneth Burns (14/Nottingham Forest) Gordon McQueen (26/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (33/Nottingham Forest) - Arthur Graham (8/Leeds United) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (65/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (39/Manchester United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (35/Manchester City) John Neilson Robertson (5/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Paul Anthony Hegarty (5/Dundee United) for George Burley (HT) John Wark (5/Ipswich Town) for Paul Hegarty (64)
(Match 424) 12th September 1979 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - PERU 1-1 (1-0) Referee: George Courtney (England) Crowd: 41.035, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Hartford (4), 1-1 Leguia (85) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/15) Alan Roderick Rough (27/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine [c] (35/Rangers) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (3/St.Mirren) - Graeme James Souness (13/Liverpool) Gordon McQueen (27/Manchester United) Kenneth Burns (15/Nottingham Forest) - David Cooper (1/Rangers) John Wark (6/Ipswich Town) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (66/Liverpool) Richard [Asa] Hartford (36/Everton) John Neilson Robertson (6/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (1/Celtic) for John Wark (71) Arthur Graham (9/Leeds United) for David Cooper (71) PERU: (Coach: Jose Chiarella) Eusebio Acasuzo - Hugo Gastulo, Hector Chumpitaz [c] - Jorge Olaechea, Ruben Toribio Diaz, Jose Velasquez - German Leguia, Cesar Cueto, Roberto Mosquera, Guillermo La Rosa, Ernesto Labarthe (Freddy Ravello HT). Notes: John Wark had a 34th minute penalty kick saved by Eusebio Acasuzo.
(Match 425) 17th October 1979 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Karoly Palotai (Hungary) Crowd: 67.895, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Krankl (40), 1-1 Gemmill (75) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/16) Alan Roderick Rough (28/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine (36/Rangers) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (4/St.Mirren) - Graeme James Souness (14/Liverpool) Gordon McQueen (28/Manchester United) Kenneth Burns (16/Nottingham Forest) - John Wark (7/Ipswich Town) Archibald Gemmill [c] (34/Birmingham City) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (67/Liverpool) Arthur Graham (10/Leeds United) John Neilson Robertson (7/Nottingham Forest) Subs: David Cooper (2/Rangers) for Arthur Graham (61) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Karl Stotz) Friedrich Koncilia - Robert Sara [c], Heribert Weber - Dieter Mirnegg, Bruno Pezzey, Roland Hattenberger - Walter Schachner (Gerhard Steinkogler 80), Herbert Prohaska, Johann Krankl (Reinhold Hintermaier 89), Wilhelm Kreuz, Kurt Jara.
(Match 426) 21st November 1979 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) BELGIUM - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Eldar Azim-Zade (Ussr) Crowd: 14.289, Stade Heysel, Brussels Goals: 1-0 Van Der Elst (6), 2-0 Voordeckers (47) BELGIUM: (Coach: Guy Thys) Theo Custers - Eric Gerets, Luc Millecamps - Walter Meeuws, Michel Renquin, Julien Cools [c] - Wilfried Van Moer (Rene Verheyen 66), Rene Vandereycken, François Van Der Elst, Jan Ceulemans, Eddy Voordeckers. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/17) Alan Roderick Rough (29/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine [c] (37/Rangers) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (5/St.Mirren) - John Wark (8/Ipswich Town) Alan David Hansen (3/Liverpool) William Ferguson Miller (3/Aberdeen) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (68/Liverpool) Graeme James Souness (15/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (40/Manchester United) Richard [Asa] Hartford (37/Everton) John Neilson Robertson (8/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Francis Tierney Gray (8/Nottingham Forest) for Iain Munro (61) David Alexander Provan (1/Celtic) for Joseph Jordan (61)
(Match 427) 19th December 1979 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 1-3 (0-3) Referee: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany) Crowd: 25.389, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Vandenbergh (18), 0-2 Van Der Elst (23), 0-3 Van Der Elst (30), 1-3 Robertson (55) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/18) Alan Roderick Rough (30/Partick Thistle) - William Pullar "Sandy" Jardine [c] (38/Rangers) Daniel Fergus McGrain (41/Celtic) - Kenneth Burns (17/Nottingham Forest) Gordon McQueen (29/Manchester United) Eamonn John Bannon (1/Dundee United) - Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (2/Celtic) John Wark (9/Ipswich Town) Derek Joseph Johnstone (14/Rangers) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (69/Liverpool) John Neilson Robertson (9/Nottingham Forest) Subs: David Alexander Provan (2/Celtic) for Eamonn Bannon (HT) BELGIUM: (Coach: Guy Thys) Theo Custers - Eric Gerets, Luc Millecamps - Walter Meeuws, Maurice Martens, Julien Cools [c] - Wilfried Van Moer (Gerard Plessers 49), Rene Vandereycken, François Van Der Elst, Erwin Vandenbergh (Guy Dardenne 73), Jan Ceulemans.
(Match 428) 26th March 1980 (1980 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - PORTUGAL 4-1 (2-0) Referee: Robert Wurtz (France) Crowd: 20.233, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Dalglish (6), 2-0 Gray (26), 3-0 Archibald (68), 3-1 FERNANDO GOMES (74), 4-1 Gemmill (84) penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/19) Alan Roderick Rough (31/Partick Thistle) - George Elder Burley (6/Ipswich Town) Daniel Fergus McGrain (42/Celtic) - David Narey (5/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (1/Aberdeen) Alan David Hansen (4/Liverpool) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (70/Liverpool) Graeme James Souness (16/Liverpool) Andrew Mullen Gray (7/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Archibald Gemmill [c] (35/Birmingham City) John Neilson Robertson (10/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Steven Archibald (1/Aberdeen) for Kenneth Dalglish (48) David Alexander Provan (3/Celtic) for John Robertson (75) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Mario Wilson) Manuel Galrinho BENTO - ADELINO Jose de Jesus TEIXEIRA, HUMBERTO Manuel Jesus COELHO [c] - Carlos Antonio Fonseca SIMOES, ALBERTO Gomes da Fonseca Junior, EURICO Monteiro Gomes (SHEU Han 35) - Tamagnini Manuel Gomes Baptista-NENE, Jose Alberto Barroso Machado e COSTA, FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES, Antonio Manuel FRASCO Vieira (CARLOS MANUEL Correia dos Santos 77), Rui Manuel Trindade JORDAO. Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 1980 European Championship Finals in Italy.
(Match 429) 16th May 1980 (85th Home International Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Clive Thomas (Wales) Crowd: 18.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goal: 1-0 Hamilton (37) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: William Laurence Bingham) James Platt - James Michael Nicholl, John Patrick O'Neill - Christopher John Nicholl, Malachy Martin Donaghy, Samuel Baxter McIlroy [c] - Thomas Cassidy (David McCreery 70), Thomas Finney, Noel Brotherston, Gerard Armstrong, William Robert Hamilton (John McClelland 52). SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/20) William Thomson (1/St.Mirren) - George Elder Burley (7/Ipswich Town) Daniel Fergus McGrain (43/Celtic) - David Narey (6/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (2/Aberdeen) Graeme James Souness (17/Liverpool) - Gordon David Strachan (1/Aberdeen) Steven Archibald (2/Tottenham Hotspur) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (71/Liverpool) Archibald Gemmill [c] (36/Birmingham City) Peter Russell Weir (1/St.Mirren) Subs: Joseph Jordan (41/Manchester United) for Graeme Souness (59) David Alexander Provan (4/Celtic) for Peter Weir (59)
(Match 430) 21st May 1980 (85th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Hugh Wilson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 31.359, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Miller (26) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/21) Alan Roderick Rough (32/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (44/Celtic) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (6/St.Mirren) - Paul Anthony Hegarty (6/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (3/Aberdeen) William Ferguson Miller (4/Aberdeen) - Gordon David Strachan (2/Aberdeen) Archibald Gemmill [c] (37/Birmingham City) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (72/Liverpool) Joseph Jordan (42/Manchester United) Peter Russell Weir (2/St.Mirren) Subs: Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (3/Celtic) for Peter Weir (85) WALES: (Manager: Harold [Michael] England) William [David] Davies - Peter Nicholas, Paul Price - Keith Pontin (Leighton Phillips HT), Joseph Patrick Jones, Brian Flynn - Terence Charles Yorath [c], Leighton James, Michael Reginald Thomas, Ian Patrick Walsh (Ian James Rush 15), David Giles.
(Match 431) 24th May 1980 (85th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Antonio Jose da Silva Garrido (Portugal) Crowd: 84.927, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Brooking (8), 0-2 Coppell (75) SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/22) Alan Roderick Rough (33/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (45/Celtic) Alexander [Iain] Fordyce Munro (7/St.Mirren) - Paul Anthony Hegarty (7/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (4/Aberdeen) William Ferguson Miller (5/Aberdeen) - Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (73/Liverpool) Gordon David Strachan (3/Aberdeen) Joseph Jordan (43/Manchester United) Archibald Gemmill [c] (38/Birmingham City) Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (4/Celtic) Subs: Andrew Mullen Gray (8/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Roy Aitken (53) George Elder Burley (8/Ipswich Town) for Iain Munro (62) ENGLAND: (Manager: Ronald Greenwood) Raymond Neal Clemence - Trevor John Cherry, Kenneth Graham Sansom - Philip Bernard Thompson [c], David Vernon Watson, Raymond Colin Wilkins - Stephen James Coppell, Terence McDermott, David Edward Johnson, Paul Mariner (Emlyn Walter Hughes 71), Trevor David Brooking. Notes: Scotland were bottom of the table with two points. Northern Ireland won the home title.
(Match 432) 28th May 1980 (Friendly match) POLAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Ivan Yosifov (Bulgaria) Crowd: 20.000, Stadion im. 22 lipca (Stadion Warty), Poznan Goal: 1-0 Boniek (69) POLAND: (Coach: Ryszard Kulesza) Piotr Mowlik - Marek Dziuba [c] (Wlodzimierz Ciolek 66), Wladyslaw Zmuda - Pawel Janas, Hieronim Barczak, Leszek Lipka - Grzegorz Lato, Adam Nawalka, Zbigniew Boniek, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Andrzej Palasz (Stanislaw Terlecki HT). SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/23) Alan Roderick Rough (34/Partick Thistle) - George Elder Burley (9/Ipswich Town) Daniel Fergus McGrain [c] (46/Celtic) - David Narey (7/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (5/Aberdeen) William Ferguson Miller (6/Aberdeen) - Gordon David Strachan (4/Aberdeen) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (74/Liverpool) Steven Archibald (3/Tottenham Hotspur) Robert Sime "Roy" Aitken (5/Celtic) Joseph Jordan (44/Manchester United) Subs: Alan Bernard Brazil (1/Ipswich Town) for Joseph Jordan (HT) Peter Russell Weir (3/St.Mirren) for Kenneth Dalglish (49) Alistair John Dawson (1/Rangers) for George Burley (80)
(Match 433) 31st May 1980 (Friendly match) HUNGARY - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-0) Referee: Jakob Baumann (Switzerland) Crowd: 6.600, Nepstadion, Budapest Goals: 1-0 Torocsik (5), 2-0 Torocsik (65), 2-1 Archibald (66), 3-1 Kereki (67) HUNGARY: (Coach: Kalman Meszoly) Ferenc Meszaros - Sandor Paroczai (Gabor Szanto 63), Laszlo Balint [c] - Imre Garaba, Jozsef Toth, Jozsef Pasztor - Zoltan Kereki, Tibor Nyilasi, Ferenc Csongradi, Laszlo Kiss (Marton Esterhazy 68), Andras Torocsik. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/24) Alan Roderick Rough (35/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (47/Celtic) Alistair John Dawson (2/Rangers) - David Narey (8/Dundee United) Alexander McLeish (6/Aberdeen) William Ferguson Miller (7/Aberdeen) - Alan Bernard Brazil (2/Ipswich Town) Steven Archibald (4/Tottenham Hotspur) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (75/Liverpool) Archibald Gemmill [c] (39/Birmingham City) Peter Russell Weir (4/St.Mirren) Subs: Gordon David Strachan (5/Aberdeen) for Alan Brazil (HT)
(Match 434) 10th September 1980 (1982 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SWEDEN - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Franz Wohrer (Austria) Crowd: 39.831, Raasunda, Solna Goal: 0-1 Strachan (72) SWEDEN: (Coach: Lars Arnesson) Ronnie Hellstrom - Johny Gustavsson, Hans Borg [c] - Per-Olof Bild, Hakan Arvidsson, Ingemar Erlandsson (Peter Nilsson 80) - Sten-Ove Ramberg, Mats Nordgren, Thomas Nilsson, Thomas Sjoberg, Billy Ohlsson. SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/25) Alan Roderick Rough (36/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (48/Celtic) Francis Tierney Gray (9/Nottingham Forest) - William Ferguson Miller (8/Aberdeen) Alexander McLeish (7/Aberdeen) Alan David Hansen (5/Liverpool) - Gordon David Strachan (6/Aberdeen) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (76/Liverpool) Andrew Mullen Gray (9/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Archibald Gemmill [c] (40/Birmingham City) John Neilson Robertson (11/Nottingham Forest) Subs: Steven Archibald (5/Tottenham Hotspur) for Kenneth Dalglish (77)
(Match 435) 15th October 1980 (1982 World Cup Qualifying Group 6) SCOTLAND - PORTUGAL 0-0 Referee: Jan Redelfs (West Germany) Crowd: 60.765, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: John (Jock) Stein/26) Alan Roderick Rough (37/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Fergus McGrain (49/Celtic) Francis Tierney Gray (10/Nottingham Forest) - Graeme James Souness (18/Liverpool) Alan David Hansen (6/Liverpool) William Ferguson Miller (9/Aberdeen) - Gordon David Strachan (7/Aberdeen) Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (77/Liverpool) - Andrew Mullen Gray (10/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Archibald Gemmill [c] (41/Birmingham City) John Neilson Robertson (12/Nottingham Forest) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Julio Cernadas Pereira-JUCA) Manuel Galrinho BENTO [c] - GABRIEL Azevedo Mendes, Minervino Jose Lopes PIETRA - Carlos Antonio Fonseca SIMOES, Joao Gonçalves LARANJEIRA, MANUEL Jose Tavares FERNANDES - EURICO Monteiro Gomes, Jose Alberto Barroso Machado e COSTA, Fernando Albino de Sousa CHALANA (SHEU Han 59), CARLOS MANUEL Correia dos Santos, Rui Manuel Trindade JORDAO (Tamagnini Manuel Gomes Baptista-NENE 63).


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