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(Match 526)  6th February 1991  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - USSR  0-1  (0-0)
Referee:   Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)
Crowd:     20.763, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Goal:      0-1  Dmitrij Kuznetsov     89'
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  Andrew Roxburgh/39)
Andrew Lewis Goram		     (13/Hibernian) -	
Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas	     (40/Dundee United)	
Stephen Nicol                        (25/Liverpool)		
Stuart McCall			     (10/Everton)		
Charles (Richard) Gough [c]          (51/Rangers) -		 
Alexander McLeish                    (75/Aberdeen)		
Gordon David Strachan	             (44/Leeds United)	
Robert Fleck			     (4/Norwich City) -	
Alistair Murdoch McCoist             (30/Rangers)		
Paul Michael Lyons McStay            (51/Celtic)		
Thomas Boyd			     (4/Motherwell)

Subs:	
Murdo Davidson MacLeod               (19/Hibernian)            for Thomas Boyd       (46 Minutes)
David McPherson			     (10/Heart of Midlothian)  for Alexander McLeish (46 Minutes)
Gary McAllister			     (7/Leeds United) 	       for Stuart McCall     (69 Minutes)
Gordon Scott Durie 		     (10/Chelsea)              for Robert Fleck      (75 Minutes)

USSR:  (Coach:  Anatolij Byshovets)
Aleksandr Uvarov - Andrej Chernyshov, Vasilij Kulkov, Akhrik Tsvejba, Sergej Gorlukovich - 
Igor Shalimov, Sergej Alejnikov, Andrej Kanchelskis - Sergej Juran (Igor Kolyvanov 62), 
Aleksandr Mostovoj (Dmitrij Kuznetsov 88), Igor Dobrovolskij [c].
		

(Match 527) 27th March 1991 (1992 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - BULGARIA 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden) Crowd: 33.119, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 John Angus Paul Collins 83' 1-1 Emil Kostadinov 89' SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/40) Andrew Lewis Goram (14/Hibernian) - David McPherson (11/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (41/Dundee United) James Edward McInally (5/Dundee United) Charles (Richard) Gough (52/Rangers) - Alexander McLeish [c] (76/Aberdeen) Gordon David Strachan (45/Leeds United) Brian John McClair (16/Manchester United) - Alistair Murdoch McCoist (31/Rangers) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (52/Celtic) Gordon Scott Durie (11/Chelsea) Subs: John Angus Paul Collins (6/Celtic) for Gordon Durie (82 Minutes) John Grant Robertson (3/Heart of Midlothian) for Gordon Strachan (82 Minutes) BULGARIA: (Coach: Ivan Vutsov) Borislav Mihajlov [c] - Pavel Dochev, Trifon Ivanov, Ilijan Kirjakov, Nikolaj Iliev - Zlatko Jankov, Emil Kostadinov, Nasko Sirakov (Petar Aleksandrov 86) - Ljuboslav Penev, Georgi Jordanov, Krasimir Balakov (Lachezar Tanev 86).
(Match 528) 1st May 1991 (1992 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SAN MARINO - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Besnik Kaimi (Albania) Crowd: 3.512, Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle Goals: 0-1 Gordon David Strachan 63' penalty 0-2 Gordon Scott Durie 66' SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giorgio Leoni) Pierluigi Benedettini - Claudio Canti, Bruno Muccioli, Loris Zanotti (Ivan Toccaceli 60), Luca Gobbi - William Guerra, Massimo Ceccoli, Marco Mazza - Paolo Mazza, Fabio Francini, Waldes Pasolini (Ivan Matteoni 79). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/41) Andrew Lewis Goram (15/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (10/Aberdeen) Stephen Nicol (26/Liverpool) Stuart McCall (11/Everton) David McPherson (12/Heart of Midlothian) - Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (42/Dundee United) Kevin William Gallacher (5/Coventry City) Gordon David Strachan [c] (46/Leeds United) - Brian John McClair (17/Manchester United) Gary McAllister (8/Leeds United) Gordon Scott Durie (12/Chelsea) Subs: Patrick Nevin (11/Everton) for Brian McClair (57 Minutes) John Grant Robertson (4/Heart of Midlothian) for Stephen Nicol (64 Minutes)
(Match 529) 11th September 1991 (1992 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SWITZERLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (2-0) Referee: Tullio Lanese (Italy) Crowd: 48.000, Wankdorf Stadion, Berne Goals: 1-0 Stephane Chapuisat 30' 2-0 Heinz Hermann 39' 2-1 Gordon Scott Durie 47' 2-2 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 83' SWITZERLAND: (Coach: Ulrich Stielike) Stefan Huber - Marc Hottiger, Christophe Ohrel, Dominique Herr, Ciriaco Sforza - Marcel Heldmann (Beat Sutter 67), Adrian Knup, Heinz Hermann - Kubilay Türkyilmaz, Alain Sutter (Thomas Bickel 60), Stephane Chapuisat. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/42) Andrew Lewis Goram (16/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (11/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (5/Chelsea) David McPherson (13/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (43/Dundee United) - Gordon David Strachan [c] (47/Leeds United) Stuart McCall (12/Rangers) Stephen Nicol (27/Liverpool) - Maurice Johnston (37/Rangers) Gordon Scott Durie (13/Tottenham Hotspur) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (32/Rangers) Subs: Gary McAllister (9/Leeds United) for Maurice Johnston (43 Minutes) Brian John McClair (18/Manchester United) for Stewart McKimmie (69 Minutes)
(Match 530) 16th October 1991 (1992 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) ROMANIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Germany) Crowd: 30.000, Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest Goal: 1-0 Gheorghe Hagi 73' penalty ROMANIA: (Coach: Mircea Radulescu) Silviu Lung - Dan Petrescu, Emil Sandoi, Gheorghe Popescu, Michael Klein - Daniel Timofte (Ion Timofte 58), Ionut Lupescu, Gheorghe Hagi [c] - Dorinel Munteanu, Marius Lacatus, Florin Raducioiu (Ilie Dumitrescu 74). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/43) Andrew Lewis Goram (17/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (12/Aberdeen) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (44/Dundee United) Stuart McCall (13/Rangers) David McPherson (14/Heart of Midlothian) - Craig William Levein (7/Heart of Midlothian) Gordon David Strachan [c] (48/Leeds United) Michael Galloway (1/Celtic) - Brian John McClair (19/Manchester United) Gordon Scott Durie (14/Tottenham Hotspur) Thomas Boyd (6/Chelsea) Subs: Kevin William Gallacher (6/Coventry City) for Thomas Boyd (59 Minutes) Robert Sime (Roy) Aitken (57/St Mirren) for Michael Galloway (70 Minutes)
(Match 531) 13th November 1991 (1992 European Championship Qualifying Group 2) SCOTLAND - SAN MARINO 4-0 (3-0) Referee: Rune Pedersen (Norway) Crowd: 35.170, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Paul Michael Lyons McStay 11' 2-0 Charles (Richard) Gough 31' 3-0 Gordon Scott Durie 38' 4-0 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 62' SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/44) Andrew Lewis Goram (18/Rangers) - David McPherson (15/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (45/Dundee United) Gary McAllister (10/Leeds United) Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (53/Rangers) - Craig William Levein (8/Heart of Midlothian) Stuart McCall (14/Rangers) John Grant Robertson (5/Heart of Midlothian) - Alistair Murdoch McCoist (33/Rangers) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (53/Celtic) Gordon Scott Durie (15/Tottenham Hotspur) Subs: Maurice Johnston (38/Rangers) for David McPherson (46 Minutes) Kevin William Gallacher (7/Coventry City) for Craig Levein (60 Minutes) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giorgio Leoni) Pierluigi Benedettini - Claudio Canti, Bruno Muccioli, Marco Mazza, Luca Gobbi (Marco Montironi 46) - William Guerra, Loris Zanotti, Massimo Bonini - Paolo Mazza, Fabio Francini, Waldes Pasolini (Pier Angelo Manzaroli 66). Notes: Scotland qualified for the 1992 European Championship Finals in Sweden.

(Match 532)  19th February 1992  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND  1-0  (1-0)
Referee:   Joseph Worrall (England)
Crowd:     13.651, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goal:      1-0  Alistair Murdoch McCoist     11'
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  Andrew Roxburgh/45)
Henry George Smith		     (2/Heart of Midlothian) -
Stewart McKimmie		     (13/Aberdeen)
David Robertson			     (1/Rangers)
David McPherson			     (16/Heart of Midlothian)
Charles (Richard) Gough		     (54/Rangers) -
Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas	     (46/Dundee United)
Gordon David Strachan [c]            (49/Leeds United)
Brian John McClair		     (20/Manchester United) -
Alistair Murdoch McCoist	     (34/Rangers)
Gary McAllister			     (11/Leeds United)
Keith Wright			     (1/Hibernian)

Subs:	
Gordon Scott Durie		     (16/Tottenham Hotspur)   for Stewart McKimmie (46 Minutes)
Kevin William Gallacher		     (8/Coventry City)        for Alistair McCoist (46 Minutes)
John Angus Paul Collins		     (7/Celtic)		      for Brian McClair    (66 Minutes)
John Grant Robertson		     (6/Heart of Midlothian)  for Keith Wright     (76 Minutes)

NORTHERN IRELAND:  (Manager:  William Laurence Bingham)
Thomas Wright - Malachy Martin Donaghy, Gerald Taggart (Stephen Morrow 87), Alan McDonald, Nigel
Worthington - James Magilton, Kingsley Black, Kevin Wilson (Michael Andrew Martin O'Neill 81) - 
Daniel Joseph Wilson, Michael Hughes, Colin Clarke (Iain Dowie 46).
		

(Match 533) 25th March 1992 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - FINLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden) Crowd: 9.275, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Paul Michael Lyons McStay 24' 1-1 Jari Litmanen 42' SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/46) Andrew Lewis Goram (19/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (14/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (7/Celtic) David Bowman (1/Dundee United) David McPherson (17/Heart of Midlothian) - Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (47/Dundee United) Gordon David Strachan [c] (50/Leeds United) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (54/Celtic) - John Grant Robertson (7/Heart of Midlothian) John Angus Paul Collins (8/Celtic) Gordon Scott Durie (17/Tottenham Hotspur) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (35/Rangers) for John Robertson (54 Minutes) Gary McAllister (12/Leeds United) for Gordon Strachan (63 Minutes) FINLAND: (Coach: Jukka Vakkila) Olli Huttunen - Jari Rinne (Harri Nyyssonen 88), Ari Heikkinen, Erkka Petaja, Anders Eriksson - Ilkka Remes, Jari Litmanen, Marko Myyry - Petri Jarvinen, Kimmo Tarkkio (Jari Vanhala 70), Mika-Matti (Mixu) Paatelainen. Notes: Gordon Strachan became the 16th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 534) 17th May 1992 (Friendly match) USA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Juan Pablo Escobar (Guatemala) Crowd: 24.157, Mile High Stadium, Denver CO Goal: 0-1 Patrick Nevin 7' USA: (Coach: Bora Milutinovic) Kasey Keller - Marcelo Balboa, Desmond Armstrong, John Doyle, Fernando Clavijo - Janusz Michallik (Zak Ibsen 70), Brian Quinn, Chris Henderson - Hugo Perez, Domenic Kinnear, Eric Wynalda. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/47) Gordon George Banks Marshall (1/Celtic) - Stewart McKimmie (15/Aberdeen) David McPherson (18/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (48/Dundee United) Alan James McLaren (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (55/Celtic) Stuart McCall (15/Rangers) Gary McAllister (13/Leeds United) - Brian John McClair (21/Manchester United) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (36/Rangers) Patrick Nevin (12/Everton) Subs: Duncan Ferguson (1/Dundee United) for Patrick Nevin (50 Minutes) James Edward McInally (6/Dundee United) for Paul McStay (68 Minutes) David Bowman (2/Dundee United) for Alistair McCoist (76 Minutes) Derek Whyte (4/Celtic) for David McPherson (82 Minutes)
(Match 535) 20th May 1992 (Friendly match) CANADA - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-1) Referee: Helder Dias (USA) Crowd: 10.872, Varsity Stadium, Toronto Goals: 0-1 Gary McAllister 23' 1-1 John Catliff 43' 1-2 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 68' 1-3 Gary McAllister 87' penalty CANADA: (Coach: Robert Lenarduzzi) Craig Forrest - Frank Yallop, Colin Miller, Peter Sarantopoulos, Randy Samuel, Nick Dasovic - Carl Valentine, John Limniatis (Lyndon Hooper 59), Norman Odinga (Nick Gilbert 59) - John Catliff (Geoff Aunger 78), Domenic Mobilio (Alex Bunbury 46). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/48) Henry George Smith (3/Heart of Midlothian) - Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (55/Rangers) David McPherson (19/Heart of Midlothian) Alan James McLaren (2/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (8/Celtic) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay (56/Celtic) Stuart McCall (16/Rangers) Gary McAllister (14/Leeds United) - Alistair Murdoch McCoist (37/Rangers) Duncan Ferguson (2/Dundee United) Gordon Scott Durie (18/Tottenham Hotspur) Subs: Brian John McClair (22/Manchester United) for Duncan Ferguson (55 Minutes) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (49/Dundee United) for Gordon Durie (78 Minutes) Stewart McKimmie (16/Aberdeen) for Stuart McCall (89 Minutes)
(Match 536) 3rd June 1992 (Friendly match) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden) Crowd: 8.776, Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo NORWAY: (Coach: Egil Olsen) Frode Grodas - Roger Nilsen, Rune Bratseth, Henning Berg, Stig Inge Bjornebye - Oyvind Leonhardsen, Lars Bohinen (Kare Ingebrigtsen 75), Kjetil Rekdal - Jan Ove Pedersen (Erik Mykland 28), Frank Strandli, Tore Andre Dahlum (Jostein Flo 72). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/49) Andrew Lewis Goram (20/Rangers) - Alan James McLaren (3/Heart of Midlothian) David McPherson (20/Heart of Midlothian) Charles (Richard) Gough (56/Rangers) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas [c] (50/Dundee United) - Gary McAllister (15/Leeds United) Stuart McCall (17/Rangers) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (57/Celtic) - Thomas Boyd (9/Celtic) Brian John McClair (23/Manchester United) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (38/Rangers) Subs: Gordon Scott Durie (19/Tottenham Hotspur) for Brian McClair (46 Minutes) Kevin William Gallacher (9/Coventry City) for Alistair McCoist (46 Minutes) Stewart McKimmie (17/Aberdeen) for Maurice Malpas (70 Minutes) James Edward McInally (7/Dundee United) for Gary McAllister (78 Minutes) Notes: Maurice Malpas became the 17th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 537) 12th June 1992 (1992 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Bo Karlsson (Sweden) Crowd: 35.720, Ullevi Stadion, Gothenburg Goal: 1-0 Dennis Bergkamp 76' NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Rinus Michels) Johannes (Hans) van Breukelen - Berry van Aerle, Ronald Koeman, Adrianus van Tiggelen, Frank Rijkaard - Jan Wouters (Wim Jonk 54), Rob Witschge, Ruud Gullit - Dennis Bergkamp (Aron Winter 85), Bryan Roy, Marco van Basten. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/50) Andrew Lewis Goram (21/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (18/Aberdeen) Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (57/Rangers) David McPherson (21/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (51/Dundee United) - Stuart McCall (18/Rangers) Gary McAllister (16/Leeds United) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (58/Celtic) - Brian John McClair (24/Manchester United) Gordon Scott Durie (20/Tottenham Hotspur) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (39/Rangers) Subs: Kevin William Gallacher (10/Coventry City) for Alistair McCoist (73 Minutes) Duncan Ferguson (3/Dundee United) for Brian McClair (79 Minutes)
(Match 538) 15th June 1992 (1992 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) SCOTLAND - GERMANY 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Guy Goethals (Belgium) Crowd: 17.638, Norrkopings Idrottspark, Norrkoping Goals: 0-1 Karl-Heinz Riedle 28' 0-2 Stefan Effenberg 46' SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/51) Andrew Lewis Goram (22/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (19/Aberdeen) Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (58/Rangers) David McPherson (22/Heart of Midlothian) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (52/Dundee United) - Gary McAllister (17/Leeds United) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (59/Celtic) Stuart McCall (19/Rangers) - Brian John McClair (25/Manchester United) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (40/Rangers) Gordon Scott Durie (21/Tottenham Hotspur) Subs: Patrick Nevin (13/Everton) for Gordon Durie (54 Minutes) Kevin William Gallacher (11/Coventry City) for Alistair McCoist (69 Minutes) GERMANY: (Coach: Hans-Hubert (Berti) Vogts) Bodo Illgner - Jürgen Kohler, Manfred Binz, Guido Buchwald, Thomas Hässler - Stefan Effenberg, Andreas Möller, Matthias Sammer - Andreas Brehme [c], Jürgen Klinsmann, Karl-Heinz Riedle (Stefan Reuter 68) (Michael Schulz 74).
(Match 539) 18th June 1992 (1992 European Championship Finals, 1st Round, Group 2) SCOTLAND - CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) 3-0 (2-0) Referee: Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland) Crowd: 14.660, Norrkopings Idrottspark, Norrkoping Goals: 1-0 Paul Michael Lyons McStay 6' 2-0 Brian John McClair 17' 3-0 Gary McAllister 83' penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/52) Andrew Lewis Goram (23/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (20/Aberdeen) Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (59/Rangers) David McPherson (23/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (10/Celtic) - Gary McAllister (18/Leeds United) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (60/Celtic) Stuart McCall (20/Rangers) - Brian John McClair (26/Manchester United) Kevin William Gallacher (12/Coventry City) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (41/Rangers) Subs: James Edward McInally (8/Dundee United) for Alistair McCoist (67 Minutes) Patrick Nevin (14/Everton) for Kevin Gallacher (79 Minutes) CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States): (Coach: Anatolij Byshovets) Dmitrij Kharin - Andrej Chernyshov, Oleh Kuznetsov, Kakhaber Tskhadadze, Andrej Kanchelskis - Sjarhej Alejnikaw (Dmitrij Kuznetsov 46), Igor Dobrovolskij, Oleksij Mikhajlichenko [c], Viktor Onopko - Sergej Kirjakov (Igor Korneev 46), Sergej Juran. Notes: Scotland were knocked out after the 1st round. Denmark won the European Championship. Sjarhej Alejnikaw and Sergej Alejnikov (match 526) are the same player as per the notes on the page of "Scotland - International Results" at point eight.
(Match 540) 9th September 1992 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SWITZERLAND - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands) Crowd: 12.000, Wankdorf Stadion, Berne Goals: 1-0 Adrian Knup 70 seconds 1-1 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 13' 2-1 Adrian Knup 71' 3-1 Georges Bregy 81' SWITZERLAND: (Coach: Roy Hodgson) Marco Pascolo - Marc Hottiger, Yvan Quentin, Andre Egli [c], Alain Geiger - Georges Bregy (Blaise Piffaretti 89), Alain Sutter, Christophe Ohrel - Adrian Knup (Beat Sutter 86), Ciriaco Sforza, Stephane Chapuisat. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/53) Andrew Lewis Goram (24/Rangers) - Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (60/Rangers) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (53/Dundee United) Stuart McCall (21/Rangers) Thomas Boyd (11/Celtic) - David McPherson (24/Rangers) Gordon Scott Durie (22/Tottenham Hotspur) Gary McAllister (19/Leeds United) - Alistair Murdoch McCoist (42/Rangers) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (61/Celtic) Brian John McClair (27/Manchester United) Subs: Ian Durrant (6/Rangers) for Brian McClair (57 Minutes) Kevin William Gallacher (13/Coventry City) for Thomas Boyd (73 Minutes) Notes: Richard Gough was sent-off after 84 minutes.
(Match 541) 14th October 1992 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - PORTUGAL 0-0 Referee: Hubert Forstinger (Austria) Crowd: 22.583, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/54) Andrew Lewis Goram (25/Rangers) - Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (54/Dundee United) Thomas Boyd (12/Celtic) - Stuart McCall (22/Rangers) Derek Whyte (5/Middlesbrough) Craig William Levein (9/Heart of Midlothian) - Kevin William Gallacher (14/Coventry City) Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (62/Celtic) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (43/Rangers) Gary McAllister (20/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (9/Celtic) Subs: Brian John McClair (28/Manchester United) for Kevin Gallacher (33 Minutes) Ian Durrant (7/Rangers) for John Collins (71 Minutes) PORTUGAL: (Coach: Carlos Queiroz) VITOR Manuel Martins BAIA - JOAO Domingos da Silva PINTO [c], FERNANDO Manuel Silva COUTO, HELDER Marino Rodrigues Cristovao, Antonio Augusto da Silva VELOSO - Antonio dos Santos Ferreira ANDRE, OCEANO Andrade da Cruz - Vitor Manuel da Costa Araujo-VITOR PANEIRA, Jose Orlando Vinha Rocha SEMEDO (Luis Filipe Madeira Caeiro FIGO 53) - DOMINGOS Jose Paciencia Oliveira, Paulo Jorge dos Santos FUTRE.
(Match 542) 18th November 1992 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - ITALY 0-0 Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Germany) Crowd: 33.029, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/55) Andrew Lewis Goram (26/Rangers) - David McPherson (25/Rangers) Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (55 Dundee United) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (63/Celtic) Alan James McLaren (4/Heart of Midlothian) Derek Whyte (6/Middlesbrough) - Gordon Scott Durie (23/Tottenham Hotspur) Gary McAllister (21/Leeds United) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (44/Rangers) Ian Durrant (8/Rangers) Thomas Boyd (13/Celtic) Subs: Eoin Jess (1/Aberdeen) for Gordon Durie (71 Minutes) John Grant Robertson (8/Heart of Midlothian) for Ian Durrant (88 Minutes) ITALY: (Coach: Arrigo Sacchi) Gianluca Pagliuca - Moreno Mannini, Alberto Di Chiara (Alessandro Costacurta 7), Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi [c] - Gianluigi Lentini, Demetrio Albertini, Stefano Eranio, Alessandro Bianchi - Giuseppe Signori (Roberto Donadoni 65), Roberto Baggio.

(Match 543)  17th February 1993  (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1)
SCOTLAND - MALTA  3-0  (1-0)
Referee:   Ikka Koho (Finland)
Crowd:     35.490, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Goals:     1-0  Alistair Murdoch McCoist     15'
	   2-0  Alistair Murdoch McCoist     68'
	   3-0  Patrick Nevin 		     84'
SCOTLAND:  (Manager:  Andrew Roxburgh/56)
Andrew Lewis Goram                   (27/Rangers) -
David McPherson                      (26/Rangers)
Thomas Boyd			     (14/Celtic) -
Paul Michael Lyons McStay            (64/Celtic)
Alexander McLeish [c]   	     (77/Aberdeen)
Alan James McLaren                   (5/Heart of Midlothian) -
Patrick Nevin                        (15/Tranmere Rovers)
Gary McAllister			     (22/Leeds United)
Alistair Murdoch McCoist	     (45/Rangers)
John Angus Paul Collins              (10/Celtic)
Eoin Jess                            (2/Aberdeen)

Subs:
John Grant Robertson       	     (9/Heart of Midlothian)  for David McPherson (64 Minutes)
Ian Ferguson        		     (4/Rangers)	      for Gary McAllister (73 Minutes)

MALTA:  (Coach:  Pippo Psaila)
David Cluett - Silvio Vella, Richard Buhagiar (Edwin Camilleri 83), Joe Galea, Joe Brincat - 
John Buttigieg, Carmel Busuttil, Nicky Saliba, Joe Camilleri - Kristian Laferla, Stefan Sultana 
(Raymond Vella 74).


(Match 544) 24th March 1993 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - GERMANY 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Leon Schelings (Belgium) Crowd: 36.400, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Goal: 0-1 Karl-Heinz Riedle 21' SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/57) Nicol Walker (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Stephen Wright (1/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (15/Celtic) - Craig William Levein [c] (10/Heart of Midlothian) Brian Irvine (2/Aberdeen) Alan James McLaren (6/Heart of Midlothian) - John Grant Robertson (10/Heart of Midlothian) David Bowman (3/Dundee United) Duncan Ferguson (4/Dundee United) John Angus Paul Collins (11/Celtic) James Edward McInally (9/Dundee United) Subs: Scott Booth (1/Aberdeen) for Stephen Wright (64 Minutes) GERMANY: (Coach: Hans-Hubert (Berti) Vogts) Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon, Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Hässler - Michael Zorc, Lothar Matthäus [c] (Matthias Sammer 88), Thomas Doll (Stefan Effenberg 60), Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karl-Heinz Riedle.
(Match 545) 28th April 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) PORTUGAL - SCOTLAND 5-0 (2-0) Referee: Sandor Pillai (Hungary) Crowd: 28.000, Estadio da Luz, Lisbon Goals: 1-0 RUI Gil Soares de BARROS 5' 2-0 Jorge Paulo CADETE Santos Reis 45' 3-0 Paulo Jorge dos Santos FUTRE 67' 4-0 RUI Gil Soares de BARROS 70' 5-0 Jorge Paulo CADETE Santos Reis 72' PORTUGAL: (Coach: Carlos Queiroz) VITOR Manuel Martins BAIA - ABEL Luis da Silva Costa XAVIER, JORGE Paulo COSTA Almeida, RUI Manuel Cesar COSTA (Antonio Augusto da Silva VELOSO 53), FERNANDO Manuel Silva COUTO - OCEANO Andrade da Cruz, RUI Gil Soares de BARROS, PAULO Manuel Carvalho de SOUSA - Jose Orlando Vinha Rocha SEMEDO, Paulo Jorge dos Santos FUTRE, Jorge Paulo CADETE Santos Reis (DOMINGOS Jose Paciencia Oliveira 81). SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/58) Andrew Lewis Goram (28/Rangers) - Charles (Richard) Gough [c] (61/Rangers) James Edward McInally (10/Dundee United) - David McPherson (27/Rangers) Stewart McKimmie (21/Aberdeen) Craig William Levein (11/Heart of Midlothian) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay (65/Celtic) Stuart McCall (23/Rangers) Alistair Murdoch McCoist (46/Rangers) John Angus Paul Collins (12/Celtic) Kevin William Gallacher (15/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: Patrick Nevin (16/Tranmere Rovers) for Craig Levein (60 Minutes) Ian Durrant (9/Rangers) for John Collins (75 Minutes)
(Match 546) 19th May 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) ESTONIA - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-1) Referee: Tore Hollung (Norway) Crowd: 5.100, Kadrioru Staadion, Tallinn Goals: 0-1 Kevin William Gallacher 43' 0-2 John Angus Paul Collins 59' 0-3 Scott Booth 73' ESTONIA: (Coach: Uno Piir) Mart Poom - Risto Kallaste, Marek Lemsalu, Igor Prins, Urmas Kaljend - Toomas Kallaste, Andrei Borisov, Marko Kristal (Urmas Hepner 46) - Martin Reim, Jaanus Veensalu (Aleksandr Pustov 76), Sergei Bragin. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/59) Bryan James Gunn (2/Norwich City) - Stephen Wright (2/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (16/Celtic) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (66/Celtic) Colin Hendry (1/Blackburn Rovers) Brian Irvine (3/Aberdeen) - Kevin William Gallacher (16/Blackburn Rovers) David Bowman (4/Dundee United) John Grant Robertson (11/Heart of Midlothian) Brian John McClair (29/Manchester United) John Angus Paul Collins (13/Celtic) Subs: Scott Booth (2/Aberdeen) for John Robertson (61 Minutes) Alan James McLaren (7/Heart of Midlothian) for Stephen Wright (80 Minutes)
(Match 547) 2nd June 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - ESTONIA 3-1 (2-0) Referee: Atanas Uzunov (Bulgaria) Crowd: 14.309, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Brian John McClair 16' 2-0 Patrick Nevin 27' 2-1 Sergei Bragin 57' 3-1 Patrick Nevin 72' penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/60) Bryan James Gunn (3/Norwich City) - Alan James McLaren (8/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Boyd (17/Celtic) - Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (67/Celtic) Colin Hendry (2/Blackburn Rovers) Brian Irvine (4/Aberdeen) - Kevin William Gallacher (17/Blackburn Rovers) Ian Ferguson (5/Rangers) Brian John McClair (30/Manchester United) John Angus Paul Collins (14/Celtic) Patrick Nevin (17/Tranmere Rovers) Subs: Scott Booth (3/Aberdeen) for Ian Ferguson (55 Minutes) Stewart McKimmie (22/Aberdeen) for Alan McLaren (72 Minutes) ESTONIA: (Coach: Uno Piir) Mart Poom - Risto Kallaste, Marek Lemsalu (Sergei Bragin 46), Igor Prins, Urmas Kaljend - Toomas Kallaste, Andrei Borisov, Marko Kristal - Martin Reim, Indro Olumets (Jaanus Veensalu 73), Lembit Rajala.
(Match 548) 8th September 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) SCOTLAND - SWITZERLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Joel Quiniou (France) Crowd: 21.500, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 John Angus Paul Collins 50' 1-1 Georges Bregy 69' penalty SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/61) Bryan James Gunn (4/Norwich City) - Stewart McKimmie (23/Aberdeen) David Robertson (2/Rangers) - David Bowman (5/Dundee United) Brian Irvine (5/Aberdeen) Craig William Levein (12/Heart of Midlothian) - Scott Booth (4/Aberdeen) Patrick Nevin (18/Tranmere Rovers) Gordon Scott Durie (24/Tottenham Hotspur) Gary McAllister [c] (23/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (15/Celtic) Subs: Eoin Jess (3/Aberdeen) for Scott Booth (69 Minutes) Philip O'Donnell (1/Motherwell) for David Bowman (75 Minutes) SWITZERLAND: (Coach: Roy Hodgson) Marco Pascolo - Yvan Quentin, Alain Geiger, Dominique Herr, Regis Rothenbühler (Marco Grassi 61) - Georges Bregy (Martin Rueda 87), Alain Sutter, Christophe Ohrel - Ciriaco Sforza, Adrian Knup, Stephane Chapuisat.
(Match 549) 13th October 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) ITALY - SCOTLAND 3-1 (2-1) Referee: Ioan Craciunescu (Romania) Crowd: 61.178, Stadio Olimpico, Rome Goals: 1-0 Roberto Donadoni 3' 2-0 Pierluigi Casiraghi 16' 2-1 Kevin William Gallacher 17' 3-1 Stefano Eranio 80' ITALY: (Coach: Arrigo Sacchi) Gianluca Pagliuca - Roberto Mussi (Marco Lanna 69), Franco Baresi [c], Alessandro Costacurta, Antonio Benarrivo - Stefano Eranio, Dino Baggio, Roberto Donadoni - Roberto Baggio, Giovanni Stroppa (Gianfranco Zola 89), Pierluigi Casiraghi. SCOTLAND: (Manager: Andrew Roxburgh/62) Bryan James Gunn (5/Norwich City) - Stewart McKimmie (24/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (18/Celtic) - Alan James McLaren (9/Heart of Midlothian) Brian Irvine (6/Aberdeen) David Bowman (6/Dundee United) - Gordon Scott Durie (25/Tottenham Hotspur) Stuart McCall (24/Rangers) Eoin Jess (4/Aberdeen) Gary McAllister [c] (24/Leeds United) Kevin William Gallacher (18/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: Ian Durrant (10/Rangers) for Eoin Jess (46 Minutes) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (68/Celtic) for David Bowman (71 Minutes)
(Match 550) 17th November 1993 (1994 World Cup Qualifying Group 1) MALTA - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Periklis Vassilakis (Greece) Crowd: 8.000, National Stadium, Ta'Qali Goals: 0-1 William McKinlay 16' 0-2 Colin Hendry 73' MALTA: (Coach: Pietro Ghedin) David Cluett - Joe Brincat, Joe Galea, John Buttigieg, Richard Buhagiar (Nicky Saliba 46) - Silvio Vella, Carmel Busuttil, Michael Spiteri - Kristian Laferla, Martin Gregory, Hubert Suda (Charles Scerri 68). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/1) James Leighton (59/Hibernian) - Alan James McLaren (10/Heart of Midlothian) Robert McKinnon (1/Motherwell) - Ian Durrant (11/Rangers) Colin Hendry (3/Blackburn Rovers) Brian Irvine (7/Aberdeen) - Ian Ferguson (6/Rangers) William McKinlay (1/Dundee United) Patrick Nevin (19/Tranmere Rovers) Gary McAllister [c] (25/Leeds United) Kevin William Gallacher (19/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: Scott Booth (5/Aberdeen) for William McKinlay (46 Minutes) Thomas Boyd (19/Celtic) for Ian Durrant (68 Minutes) Notes: Scotland failed to qualify for the 1994 World Cup Finals in the USA.

(Match 551)  23rd March 1994  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - NETHERLANDS  0-1  (0-1)
Referee:   Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark)
Crowd:     36.809, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Goal:      0-1  Bryan Roy      23'
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Brown/2)
Andrew Lewis Goram                   (29/Rangers) -
Stewart McKimmie	             (25/Aberdeen)
David Robertson                      (3/Rangers) -
Alan James McLaren                   (11/Heart of Midlothian)
Colin Hendry			     (4/Blackburn Rovers)
Craig William Levein		     (13/Heart of Midlothian) -
Stuart McCall                        (25/Rangers)
Paul Michael Lyons McStay            (69/Celtic)
Gordon Scott Durie                   (26/Rangers)
Gary McAllister [c]     	     (26/Leeds United)
Patrick Nevin	                     (20/Tranmere Rovers)

Subs:
Thomas Boyd             	     (20/Celtic)        for Craig Levein    (46 Minutes)
William McKinlay       		     (2/Dundee United)  for Paul McStay     (46 Minutes)
John Angus Paul Collins              (16/Celtic)        for David Robertson (65 Minutes)
Eoin Jess              		     (5/Aberdeen)       for Patrick Nevin   (68 Minutes)

NETHERLANDS:  (Coach:  Dick Advocaat)
Eduard de Goeij - Ulrich van Gobbel, Danny Blind, Frank de Boer, Rob Witschge - Wim Jonk, 
Frank Rijkaard, Johannes Bosman (Aron Winter 46) - Gaston Taument (Marc Overmars 78), 
Dennis Bergkamp (Hans Gillhaus 46), Bryan Roy.


(Match 552) 20th April 1994 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Hermann Albrecht (Germany) Crowd: 34.982, Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Adolf Hütter 13' 1-1 John McGinlay 35' 1-2 William McKinlay 60' AUSTRIA: (Coach: Herbert Prohaska) Franz Wohlfahrt (Michael Konsel 46) - Walter Kogler, Peter Schöttel, Walter Hochmaier, Christian Prosenik - Peter Stöger (Dietmar Kühbauer 46), Michael Baur, Andreas Herzog [c] - Adolf Hütter, Toni Polster (Thomas Weissenberger 62), Harald Cerny. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/3) James Leighton (60/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (26/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (21/Celtic) - Alan James McLaren (12/Heart of Midlothian) Brian Irvine (8/Aberdeen) Colin Hendry (5/Blackburn Rovers) - Eoin Jess (6/Aberdeen) William McKinlay (3/Dundee United) John McGinlay (1/Bolton Wanderers) Gary McAllister [c] (27/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (17/Celtic) Subs: Ian Ferguson (7/Rangers) for Thomas Boyd (46 Minutes) Duncan Shearer (1/Aberdeen) for John McGinlay (75 Minutes) Stuart McCall (26/Rangers) for John Collins (85 Minutes) Patrick Nevin (21/Tranmere Rovers) for Eoin Jess (85 Minutes)
(Match 553) 27th May 1994 (Friendly match) NETHERLANDS - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-0) Referee: Juan Ansuategui Roca (Spain) Crowd: 17.500, Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht Goals: 1-0 Bryan Roy 17' 2-0 Peter van Vossen 62' 3-0 Brian Irvine 71' own goal 3-1 Duncan Shearer 81' NETHERLANDS: (Coach: Dick Advocaat) Eduard de Goeij - Stan Valckx, Wim Jonk, Frank de Boer, Aron Winter - Jan Wouters, Rob Witschge, Ronald de Boer (Arthur Numan 46) - Marc Overmars, Ruud Gullit (Peter van Vossen 46), Bryan Roy (Gaston Taument 72). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/4) James Leighton (61/Hibernian) - Stephen Clarke (6/Chelsea) Stewart McKimmie (27/Aberdeen) - Stuart McCall (27/Rangers) Colin Hendry (6/Blackburn Rovers) Brian Irvine (9/Aberdeen) - Gordon Scott Durie (27/Rangers) William McKinlay (4/Dundee United) John McGinlay (2/Bolton Wanderers) Gary McAllister [c] (28/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (18/Celtic) Subs: Bryan James Gunn (6/Norwich City) for James Leighton (46 Minutes) Eoin Jess (7/Aberdeen) for Gordon Durie (46 Minutes) Ian Ferguson (8/Rangers) for John Collins (60 Minutes) Duncan Shearer (2/Aberdeen) for John McGinlay (76 Minutes) Patrick Nevin (22/Tranmere Rovers) for William McKinlay (87 Minutes)
(Match 554) 7th September 1994 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) FINLAND - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Ryszard Wojcik (Poland) Crowd: 12.845, Olympiastadion, Helsinki Goals: 0-1 Duncan Shearer 29' 0-2 John Angus Paul Collins 65' FINLAND: (Coach: Jukka Ikalainen) Petri Jakonen - Janne Makela, Aki Hyrylainen, Markku Kanerva, Antti Heinola (Erik Holmgren 30) - Kim Suominen, Janne Lindberg, Rami Rantanen (Petri Jarvinen 42) - Jari Litmanen, Ari Hjelm, Mika-Matti (Mixu) Paatelainen. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/5) Andrew Lewis Goram (30/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (28/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (22/Celtic) - Alan James McLaren (13/Heart of Midlothian) Colin Hendry (7/Blackburn Rovers) Craig William Levein (14/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Walker (2/Celtic) Paul Michael Lyons McStay (70/Celtic) Duncan Shearer (3/Aberdeen) Gary McAllister [c] (29/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (19/Celtic) Subs: Eoin Jess (8/Aberdeen) for Andrew Walker (65 Minutes) Stuart McCall (28/Rangers) for Craig Levein (78 Minutes)
(Match 555) 12th October 1994 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - FAROE ISLANDS 5-1 (3-0) Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway) Crowd: 20.885, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 John McGinlay 4' 2-0 Scott Booth 34' 3-0 John Angus Paul Collins 40' 4-0 William McKinlay 61' 5-0 John Angus Paul Collins 72' 5-1 Jan Allan Muller 75' SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/6) Andrew Lewis Goram (31/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (29/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (23/Celtic) - Alan James McLaren (14/Heart of Midlothian) Colin Hendry (8/Blackburn Rovers) Craig William Levein (15/Heart of Midlothian) - Patrick Nevin (23/Tranmere Rovers) Paul Michael Lyons McStay [c] (71/Celtic) John McGinlay (3/Bolton Wanderers) Scott Booth (6/Aberdeen) John Angus Paul Collins (20/Celtic) Subs: William McKinlay (5/Dundee United) for Colin Hendry (58 Minutes) Andrew Walker (3/Celtic) for Scott Booth (69 Minutes) FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Allan Simonsen) Jens Martin Knudsen - Jens Kristian Hansen, Tummas Eli Hansen - Oli Johannesen, Ossur Hansen, Jan Dam (Djoni N.Joensen 53) - Magni Jarnskor, Kurt Morkore, Henning Jarnskor, Jan Allan Muller, Todi Jonsson.
(Match 556) 16th November 1994 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - RUSSIA 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Bo Karlsson (Sweden) Crowd: 31.254, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Scott Booth 19' 1-1 Dmitrij Radchenko 25' SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/7) Andrew Lewis Goram (32/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (30/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (24/Celtic) - Stuart McCall (29/Rangers) Alan James McLaren (15/Rangers) Craig William Levein (16/Heart of Midlothian) - Scott Booth (7/Aberdeen) William McKinlay (6/Dundee United) John McGinlay (4/Bolton Wanderers) Gary McAllister [c] (30/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (21/Celtic) Subs: John Spencer (1/Chelsea) for John McGinlay (63 Minutes) Patrick Nevin (24/Tranmere Rovers) for William McKinlay (83 Minutes) RUSSIA: (Coach: Oleg Romantsev) Stanislav Cherchesov - Sergej Gorlukovich, Jurij Nikiforov, Vasilij Kulkov, Igor Shalimov - Andrej Kanchelskis, Valerij Karpin, Andrej Pjatnitskij (Omari Tetradze 71), Viktor Onopko [c] - Vladislav Radimov, Dmitrij Radchenko.
(Match 557) 18th December 1994 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) GREECE - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: John Blankenstein (Netherlands) Crowd: 7.976, Olympiako Stadio, Athens Goal: 1-0 Stratos Apostolakis 19' penalty GREECE: (Coach: Kostas Polychroniou) Ilias Atmatzidis - Theodoros Zagorakis, Ioannis Kalitzakis, Michalis Vlachos, Stratos Apostolakis [c] - Michalis Kasapis, Nikos Nioblias (Theofilos Karasavvidis 88), Yiotis Tsalouchidis, Georgios Toursounidis - Alekos Alexandris (Spyros Maragos 72), Nikos Machlas. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/8) Andrew Lewis Goram (33/Rangers) - Stewart McKimmie (31/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (25/Celtic) - Stuart McCall (30/Rangers) Colin Hendry (9/Blackburn Rovers) Alan James McLaren (16/Rangers) - John McGinlay (5/Bolton Wanderers) William McKinlay (7/Dundee United) Duncan Ferguson (5/Everton) Gary McAllister [c] (31/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (22/Celtic) Subs: John Spencer (2/Chelsea) for John McGinlay (46 Minutes) James Leighton (62/Hibernian) for Andrew Goram (78 Minutes)

(Match 558)  29th March 1995  (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8)
RUSSIA - SCOTLAND  0-0
Referee:   Hartmut Strampe (Germany)
Crowd:     13.939, Luzhniki Stadion, Moscow
RUSSIA:  (Coach:  Oleg Romantsev)
Dmitrij Kharin - Dmitrij Khlestov, Jurij Nikiforov, Jurij Kovtun, Igor Shalimov (Vladislav 
Radimov 69) - Valerij Karpin, Viktor Onopko, Andrej Kanchelskis, Igor Dobrovolskij - Dmitrij 
Radchenko (Nikolaj Pisarev 56), Sergej Kirjakov. 

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Brown/9)
James Leighton                       (63/Hibernian) - 
Stewart McKimmie                     (32/Aberdeen)
Thomas Boyd                          (26/Celtic) -
Alan James McLaren                   (17/Rangers) 
Colin Hendry                         (10/Blackburn Rovers)
Colin Calderwood                     (1/Tottenham Hotspur) -
Darren Jackson                       (1/Hibernian)
Paul Michael Lyons McStay            (72/Celtic)
John McGinlay                        (6/Bolton Wanderers) 
Gary McAllister [c]                  (32/Leeds United)
John Angus Paul Collins              (23/Celtic)

Subs: 
Duncan Shearer                       (4/Aberdeen)       for Darren Jackson (77 Minutes)
William McKinlay                     (8/Dundee United)  for John McGinlay  (83 Minutes) 


(Match 559) 26th April 1995 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SAN MARINO - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Loizos Loizou (Cyprus) Crowd: 2.738, Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle Goals: 0-1 John Angus Paul Collins 19' 0-2 Colin Calderwood 85' SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giorgio Leoni) Pier Luigi Benedettini - William Guerra, Luca Gobbi, Claudio Canti, Mirco Gennari - Pier Domenico Della Valle, Pierangelo Manzaroli, Marco Mazza, Massimo Bonini (Ivan Matteoni 46) - Marco Mularoni (Davide Gualtieri 71), Nicola Bacciocchi. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/10) James Leighton (64/Hibernian) - Colin Calderwood (2/Tottenham Hotspur) Thomas Boyd (27/Celtic) - Alan James McLaren (18/Rangers) Colin Hendry (11/Blackburn Rovers) Darren Jackson (2/Hibernian) - Patrick Nevin (25/Tranmere Rovers) Duncan Shearer (5/Aberdeen) John McGinlay (7/Bolton Wanderers) Gary McAllister [c] (33/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (24/Celtic) Subs: John Spencer (3/Chelsea) for Duncan Shearer (67 Minutes) William McKinlay (9/Dundee United) for Patrick Nevin (78 Minutes)
(Match 560) 21st May 1995 (Kirin Cup) JAPAN - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Armando Perez Hoyos (Colombia) Crowd: 24.566, Big Arch Stadium, Hiroshima JAPAN: (Coach: Shu Kamo) Kazuya Maekawa - Tetsuji Hashiratani [c], Masami Ihara, Norio Omura, Akira Narahashi - Hiroshige Yanagimoto, Ruy Ramos (Masahiro Fukuda 51), Motohiro Yamaguchi, Kazuyoshi Miura - Masashi Nakayama, Hiroaki Morishima (Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 81). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/11) James Leighton [c] (65/Hibernian) - Alan James McLaren (19/Rangers) Robert McKinnon (2/Motherwell) - Brian Martin (1/Motherwell) Colin Calderwood (3/Tottenham Hotspur) Paul Lambert (1/Motherwell) - William McKinlay (10/Dundee United) John Spencer (4/Chelsea) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (1/Nottingham Forest) Darren Jackson (3/Hibernian) Craig William Burley (1/Chelsea) Subs: John Grant Robertson (12/Heart of Midlothian) for Paul Lambert (37 Minutes) Paul Bernard (1/Oldham Athletic) for Scot Gemmill (75 Minutes) Derek Whyte (7/Middlesbrough) for Colin Calderwood (79 Minutes) Notes: The Kirin Cup is a tournament organized in Japan by the Kirin Brewery Company. It was founded in 1978 as an international club competition. From 1992 onwards the format was changed to a round robin national team competition. Scot Gemmill is the son of the former Scottish international player Archibald Gemmill, who gained 43 caps for Scotland between 1971 and 1981. John Spencer was sent-off after 34 minutes.
(Match 561) 24th May 1995 (Kirin Cup) SCOTLAND - ECUADOR 2-1 (0-0) Referee: Masayoshi Okada (Japan) Crowd: 5.669, Toyama Park Stadium, Toyama Goals: 1-0 John Grant Robertson 75' 1-1 Ivan Hurtado 79' penalty 2-1 Stephen Crawford 83' SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/12) James Leighton [c] (66/Hibernian) - Alan James McLaren (20/Rangers) Derek Whyte (8/Middlesbrough) - Brian Martin (2/Motherwell) Colin Calderwood (4/Tottenham Hotspur) Paul Bernard (2/Oldham Athletic) - Craig William Burley (2/Chelsea) William McKinlay (11/Dundee United) John Grant Robertson (13/Heart of Midlothian) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (2/Nottingham Forest) Darren Jackson (4/Hibernian) Subs: Stephen Crawford (1/Raith Rovers) for John Robertson (62 Minutes) Paul Lambert (2/Motherwell) for Derek Whyte (76 Minutes) ECUADOR: (Coach: Francisco Maturana) Jose Cevallos - Luis Capurro, Raul Noriega - Ivan Hurtado, Enrique Verduga, Juan Guaman - Nixon Carcelen, Juan Carlos Garay (Agustin Delgado 46), Hjalmar Zambrano, Diego Herrera (Jose Mora 71), Eduardo Hurtado. Notes: Scotland were runners-up. Japan won the trophy.
(Match 562) 7th June 1995 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) FAROE ISLANDS - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-2) Referee: Vladimir Hrinak (Slovakia) Crowd: 3.881, Svangaskard, Toftir Goals: 0-1 William McKinlay 25' 0-2 John McGinlay 29' FAROE ISLANDS: (Coach: Allan Simonsen) Jens Martin Knudsen - Oli Johannesen, Janus Rasmussen - Tummas Eli Hansen, Jens Kristian Hansen, Henning Jarnskor - Julian Johnsson, Magni Jarnskor (Allan Joensen 63), Ossur Hansen, Jens Erik Rasmussen (Jan Allan Muller 74), Todi Jonsson. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/13) James Leighton [c] (67/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (33/Aberdeen) Robert McKinnon (3/Motherwell) - Alan James McLaren (21/Rangers) Colin Calderwood (5/Tottenham Hotspur) Craig William Burley (3/Chelsea) - Darren Jackson (5/Hibernian) William McKinlay (12/Dundee United) John McGinlay (8/Bolton Wanderers) John Angus Paul Collins (25/Celtic) Duncan Shearer (6/Aberdeen) Subs: Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (3/Nottingham Forest) for John McGinlay (75 Minutes) John Grant Robertson (14/Heart of Midlothian) for Duncan Shearer (86 Minutes)
(Match 563) 16th August 1995 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - GREECE 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark) Crowd: 34.910, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 72' SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/14) James Leighton (68/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (34/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (28/Celtic) - Stuart McCall (31/Rangers) Colin Calderwood (6/Tottenham Hotspur) Thomas Valley (Tosh) McKinlay (1/Celtic) - Duncan Shearer (7/Aberdeen) Craig William Burley (4/Chelsea) Darren Jackson (6/Hibernian) Gary McAllister [c] (34/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (26/Celtic) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (47/Rangers) for Duncan Shearer (71 Minutes) John Grant Robertson (15/Heart of Midlothian) for Darren Jackson (71 Minutes) GREECE: (Coach: Kostas Polychroniou) Ilias Atmatzidis - Stratos Apostolakis [c], Koulis Karataidis, Ioannis Kalitzakis, Nikos Dabizas - Yiotis Tsalouchidis, Theodoros Zagorakis (Georgios Georgiadis 79), Daniel Lima-Batista (Alekos Alexandris 51), Zisis Vryzas (Nikos Machlas 30) - Vassilis Tsiartas, Michalis Kasapis.
(Match 564) 6th September 1995 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - FINLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Vasyl Melnychuk (Ukraine) Crowd: 35.018, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Scott Booth 10' SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/15) James Leighton (69/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (35/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (29/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (7/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (12/Blackburn Rovers) Thomas Valley (Tosh) McKinlay (2/Celtic) - John Spencer (5/Chelsea) Alan James McLaren (22/Rangers) Scott Booth (8/Aberdeen) Gary McAllister [c] (35/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (27/Celtic) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (48/Rangers) for John Spencer (74 Minutes) Darren Jackson (7/Hibernian) for Scott Booth (80 Minutes) William McKinlay (13/Dundee United) for Stewart McKimmie (88 Minutes) FINLAND: (Coach: Jukka Ikalainen) Kari Laukkanen - Kari Rissanen, Markku Kanerva - Erik Holmgren, Kim Suominen, Janne Lindberg - Rami Nieminen (Tommi Gronlund 62), Marko Myyry, Ari Hjelm, Jari Litmanen, Petri Jarvinen.
(Match 565) 11th October 1995 (Friendly match) SWEDEN - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: Manuel Diaz Vega (Spain) Crowd: 19.121, Rasunda Stadion, Solna Goals: 1-0 Stefan Pettersson 31' 2-0 Stefan Schwarz 35' SWEDEN: (Coach: Tommy Svensson) Bengt Andersson - Teddy Lucic (Pontus Kamark 89), Patrik Andersson, Joachim Bjorklund, Mikael Nilsson - Stefan Schwarz, Niclas Alexandersson, Niklas Gudmundson (Martin Pringle 70), Stefan Pettersson - Kennet Andersson (Magnus Erlingmark 80), Tomas Brolin. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/16) James Leighton (70/Hibernian) - Stewart McKimmie (36/Aberdeen) Thomas Boyd (30/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (8/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (13/Blackburn Rovers) Alan James McLaren (23/Rangers) - Craig William Burley (5/Chelsea) John Grant Robertson (16/Heart of Midlothian) John McGinlay (9/Bolton Wanderers) Gary McAllister [c] (36/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (28/Celtic) Subs: Eoin Jess (9/Aberdeen) for John McGinlay (46 Minutes) William McKinlay (14/Dundee United) for Craig Burley (46 Minutes) Darren Jackson (8/Hibernian) for Gary McAllister (60 Minutes) Andrew Lewis Goram (34/Rangers) for James Leighton (73 Minutes) Patrick Nevin (26/Tranmere Rovers) for John Robertson (73 Minutes)
(Match 566) 15th November 1995 (1996 European Championship Qualifying Group 8) SCOTLAND - SAN MARINO 5-0 (2-0) Referee: Karel Bohunek (Czech Republic) Crowd: 30.306, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Eoin Jess 30' 2-0 Scott Booth 45' 3-0 Alistair Murdoch McCoist 49' 4-0 Patrick Nevin 71' 5-0 Fabio Francini 90' own goal SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Brown/17) James Leighton (71/Hibernian) - Alan James McLaren (24/Rangers) Thomas Boyd (31/Celtic) - Colin Calderwood (9/Tottenham Hotspur) Colin Hendry (14/Blackburn Rovers) Scotland (Scot) Gemmill (4/Nottingham Forest) - Patrick Nevin (27/Tranmere Rovers) Scott Booth (9/Aberdeen) Eoin Jess (10/Aberdeen) Gary McAllister [c] (37/Leeds United) John Angus Paul Collins (29/Celtic) Subs: Alistair Murdoch McCoist (49/Rangers) for Gary McAllister (47 Minutes) William McKinlay (15/Blackburn Rovers) for John Collins (58 Minutes) Darren Jackson (9/Hibernian) for Scott Booth (65 Minutes) SAN MARINO: (Coach: Giorgio Leoni) Stefano Muccioli - Federico Moroni, Mirco Gennari - Marco Mazza (Pier Domenico Della Valle 81), Mauro Valentini, William Guerra (Paolo Montagna 70) - Pier Angelo Manzaroli, Ivan Matteoni, Nicola Bacciocchi, Luciano Mularoni (Claudio Canti 51), Fabio Francini. Notes: Scotland qualified for the 1996 European Championship Finals in England.


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