Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Transfers that did not happen, Part Twenty-Three

 

1- It was reported that in December 1987, Watford approached Crystal Palace to sign Ian Wright. But the deal fell through as Palace’s asking price was too high for Watford.

 

Photo From: Panin England 1989-90

(Ian Wright)



2- In the summer of 1996, French striker Jean-Pierre Papin wanted to rejoin his former side Olympique Marseille. However, according to the player OM Manager Gerard Gili was against his return. Papin instead joined Bordeaux for the 1996/97 season.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 92, September 1996

(Jean-Pierre Papin)



3- Right after the 1990 World Cup, Cameroon forward Roger Milla was approached by English side Walsall. However, the player refused the offer.


Photo From: Panini World Cup 1994

(Roger Milla)




4- In December 1988, it was reported that Real Zaragoza tried to get on loan, the Brazilian Mirandhina of Newcastle United. They were trying to get a replacement for their injured Bulgarian Nasko Sirakov.

 

Photo From: Panin England 1988-89

(Mirandhina)



 

5- In the summer of 1994, Olympique Marseille’s French defender Basile Boli was set to join Lazio. However, Lazio Manager Zdenek Zeman opted to sign Argentine defender Jose Chamot from his previous club Foggia. Boli joined Rangers Glasgow instead.

Photo From: Panin Franve 1993/94

(Basile Boli)




Monday, June 27, 2022

Compendium to ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’-Episode 74-Matches of Scotland National team during the 1985/86 season

 

Scotland National Team matches during the 1985/86 season

 

September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Cardiff, Wales 1-Scotland 1 (Mark Hughes 13 / Davie Cooper 81 pen)

October 16, 1985, Glasgow, Scotland 0-East Germany 0 (-)

November 20, 1985, World Cup Qualifier Play-off, Glasgow, Scotland 2-Australia 0 (Davie Cooper 57, Francis McAvennie 60)

December 4, 1985, World Cup Qualifier Play-off, Melbourne, Australia 0-Scotland 0 (-)

January 28, 1986, Tel Aviv, Israel 0-Scotland 1 (Paul McStay 60)

March 26, 1986, Glasgow, Scotland 3-Romania 0 (Gordon Strachan 18, Richard Gough 27, Roy Aitken 80)

April 23, 1986, Stanley Rous Cup 1986, London, England 2-Scotland 1 (Terry Butcher 27, Glenn Hoddle 43 / Graeme Souness 56 pen)

April 29, 1986. Eindhoven, Holland 0-Scotland 0 (-)

May 30, 1986. ??, Los Angeles Heat (USA) 0-Scotland 3 (Charlie Nicholas, Gordon Strachan pen, Stephen Nichol)

June 1, 1986. ??, Hollywood Kickers (USA) 0-Scotland 4 (Graeme Sharp, Frank McAvennie, Eamonn Bannon, Paul McStay)

June 4, 1985, World Cup, Neza, Mexico, Denmark 1-Scotland 0 (Preben Elkjaer 57)

June 8, 1985, World Cup, Querétaro, Mexico, West Germany 2-Scotland 1 (Rudi Voeller 23, Klaus Allofs 49 / Gordon Strachan 18)

June 13, 1985, World Cup, Neza, Mexico, Uruguay 0-Scotland 0 (-)

 

 

 

Date: September 10, 1985

Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-European Zone, Group 7

Result: Wales 1-Scotland 1  

Venue: Cardiff -Ninian Park

Attendance: 39,500

Referee: Johannes Keizer (Holland)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Wales): Mark Hughes 13

(Scotland): Davie Cooper 81 pen

Summary of goals:

1:0 (13th minute, Wales): Nicholas’ cross from the left side was slotted in by Hughes.

1:1 (81st minute, Scotland): Scotland were awarded a penalty kick after David Phillips handled in the box from Speedie’s shot. David Cooper scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

Lineups:

Wales:

1-Neville Southall (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)   

2-Joseph Patrick Jones (Huddersfield Town Football Club / England)

3-Kenneth Francis Jackett (Watford Football Club / England)

4-Kevin Ratcliffe (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)   

5-Patrick William Roger van den Hauwe (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)   

6-David Owen Phillips (Manchester City Football Club / England)        

7-Robert Mark James (Queens Park Rangers Football Club-London / England) (13-Stephen John Lovell (Milwall Football Club-London / England) 80)

8-Peter Nicholas (Luton Town Football Club / England)

10-Michael Reginald ‘Mickey’ Thomas (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) (15-Clayton Graham Blackmore (Manchester United Football Club / England) 83)

9-Ian James Rush (Liverpool Football Club / England)

11-Mark Leslie Hughes (Manchester United Football Club / England)

 

Coach: Harold Michael England

Booked: Ian Rush 54 (Foul on Strachan)

Other Substitutes:

12- Eddie Niedzwiecki (Chelsea Football Club-London / England)

14- Neil John Slatter (Oxford United Football Club / England)

 

Team Captain: Kevin Ratcliffe

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1- Wales chose to place in Ninian Park instead of their lucky Wexham venue because they were in Financial trouble. The extra gate receipts reportedly kept them solvent for 4 years.

 

 

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (12-Alan Roderick Rough (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh) 46)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

7-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

8- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England) (16-David Cooper (Rangers Football Club -Glasgow) 61)

9- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)

10-James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

11- David Robert Speedie (Chelsea Football Club-London / England)

 

Coach: John ‘Jock’ Stein

Booked: Alexander McLeish 3 (Foul on Ian Rush)

Other Substitutes:

14- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

15-Andrew Mullen Gray (Aston Villa Football Club-Birmingham / England)

 

Team Captain: William Fergus Miller

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-Graeme Souness missed this match through suspension for yellow card accumulation.

2-Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish and Maurice Johnston missed this match through injury.

3- During pre-matrch practice, a Welsh ball went into the crowd and lost within the Scottish crowd. Southalll politely asked Stein if he could ask the fans to give it back and they complied.

4-For 30 seconds, No 7 (Nicol)’s number was held up to be subbed and finally changed to 8 (Strachan)

5-Jim Leighton was replaced at halftime as he had an eye problem. His contact lens had been displaced after a collision with Rush.

6-Scotland Manager Jock Stein died during this match due to a heart attack at the end of the game. He had been in charge of Scotland since the Fall of 1978.


Photo From: Kicker -WM 1986

(Scotland squad, September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Wales 1-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Match, March 29, 1986

(Scotland squad, September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Wales 1-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1986

(Gordon Strachan, September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Wales 1-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Scotland, The Team, Author Andrew Ward, 1987

(David Cooper, September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Wales 1-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Scotland, The Team, Author Andrew Ward, 1987

(David Cooper taking the decisive penalty kick, September 10, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Wales 1-Scotland 1)










Date: October 16, 1985

Competition: Friendly

Result: Scotland 0-East Germany 0

Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park

Attendance: 41,114

Referee: Joseph Worral (England)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Scotland): None

(East Germany): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England) 49)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (Liverpool Football Club / England)

8-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

9- Maurice Johnston (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (David Robert Speedie (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) 65)  

10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) (Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) 81)

11-David Cooper (Rangers Football Club -Glasgow)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-One minute of silence was observed prior to kick off in memory of the late Jock Stein.

2-First as Caretaker Manager for Alex Ferguson, the Aberdeen Manager. He would remain until the end of the World Cup.

3-Maurice Johnston last appearance of season, he would return in the 1986-87 season.

4-First cap for Andrew Lewis Goram. He was the first Oldham player in 71 years to play for Scotland.

 

East Germany:

René Müller (1. Fussball-Club Lokomotive Leipzig) (Jörg Weissflog (Betriebssport-Gemeinschaft Wismut Aue) 46)

Frank Rohde (Berliner Fussball-Club Dynamo)  

Ronald Kreer (1. Fussball-Club Lokomotive Leipzig)

Carsten Sänger (Fussball-Club Rot-Weiss Erfurt)

Uwe Zötzsche (1. Fussball-Club Lokomotive Leipzig)

Hans-Uwe Pilz (Sportgemeinschaft Dynamo Dresden)

Matthias Liebers (1. Fussball-Club Lokomotive Leipzig)

Jörg Stübner (Sportgemeinschaft Dynamo Dresden)

Andreas Thom (Berliner Fussball-Club Dynamo)  

Ulf Kirsten (Sportgemeinschaft Dynamo Dresden)

Rainer Ernst (Berliner Fussball-Club Dynamo) (Andreas Bielau (Fussball-Club Carl Zeiss Jena e.V) 70)

 

Coach: Bernd Stange

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks

 

 

Photo FromOfficial Match Programme, Scotland v Romania, 1986

(Alex McLeisch, October 16, 1985, Scotland 0-East Germany 0)



 

 

Date: November 20, 1985

Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Play-off, First Leg

Result: Scotland 2-Australia 0

Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park 

Attendance: 63,500

Referee: Vojtech Christov (Czechoslovakia)

Linesmen: Ivan Gregr, Josef Poncek (both Czechoslovakia)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Scotland): Davie Cooper 57, Francis McAvennie 60

(Australia): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (57th minute, Scotland): David Cooper scored from a free kick.

2:0 (60th minute, Scotland): Long cross from McLeisch was headed across by Dalglish in the path of the onrushing McAvennie who chipped over the goalkeeper to score.

Lineups:

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (Liverpool Football Club / England) (15- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England) 69)

8- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England) (14-James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) 83)

9-Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England)

10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

11-David Cooper (Rangers Football Club -Glasgow)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

Booked: Roy Aitken 31

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-First cap and first goal for Francis Mc Avennie.

 

Australia:

1-Terry Greedy (St George)

2-Alan Davidson (South Melbourne (NSL))

3- Graham Jennings (Sydney Olympic)

4- Charlie Yankos (Heidelberg)

5-David Ratcliffe (St George)

6- Steve O’Connor (Sydney City) (Robbie Dunn (Preston) 82)

7- Joe Watson (Sydney City) (18- Jim Patikas (AEK Athens / Greece) 69)

8- David Mitchell (Seiko / Hong Kong)

9-John Kosmina (Sydney City)

10- Ken Murphy (South Melbourne)

11-Oscar Crino (Anorthosis / Cyprus)

 

Coach: Frank Arok (Yugoslavia)

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Green Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Onze, Issue 120, December 1985

(November 20, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Scotland 2-Australia 0)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2068, November 26, 1985

(November 20, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Scotland 2-Australia 0)






Date: December 4, 1985

Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Play-off, Second Leg

Result: Australia 0-Scotland 0

Venue: Melbourne -Olympic Park Stadium

Attendance: 32,000

Referee: Jose Roberto Ramiz Wright (Brazil)

Linesmen: Romualdo Arppi Filho, Carlos Felix Ferreira (both Brazil)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Australia): None

(Scotland): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Australia:

1-Terry Greedy (St George)

2-Alan Davidson (South Melbourne (NSL))

3- Graham Jennings (Sydney Olympic)

4- Charlie Yankos (Heidelberg)

5-David Ratcliffe (St George)

 

 

15- Robbie Dunn (Preston) (17-Frank Farina (Sydney City) 75)

18-Jim Patikas (AEK Athens / Greece)

8- David Mitchell (Seiko / Hong Kong)

9-John Kosmina (Sydney City)

10- Ken Murphy (South Melbourne)

11-Oscar Crino (Anorthosis / Cyprus) (12-Zarko Odzakov (Sydney United) 68)

 

Coach: Frank Arok (Yugoslavia)

 

Team Captain: John Kosmina

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Green Shorts, White Socks

 

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- David Robert Speedie (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) (15- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England) 76)

8- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

9-Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England)

10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

11-David Cooper (Rangers Football Club -Glasgow)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

Booked: Graeme Souness 41 (Foul on Crino)

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-Steve Nicol withdrew due to an illness in the family.

2-Kenny Dalglish and Gordon Strachan withdrew to stay back and help their respective clubs.

3-James Bett missed this match through injury.

4-Dundee United’s Gough and Malpas joined the squad after a UEFA Cup tie. Graeme Souness joined the squad after a Serie A match with Sampdoria on a Sunday.

5-Maurice Johnston got sick with the flu on the trip.

 

Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 55, March 1986

(Francis Mc Avennie, December 4, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Australia 0-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 55, March 1986

(Scotland squad, December 4, 1985, World Cup Qualifier, Australia 0-Scotland 0)






Date: January 28, 1986

Competition: Friendly

Result: Israel 0-Scotland 1

Venue: Tel-Aviv, Ramat Gan, National Stadium

Attendance: 7,000

Referee: Albert Rudolph Thomas (Holland)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Israel): None

(Scotland): Paul McStay 60

Summary of goals:

0:1 (60th minute, Scotland): Bett’s cross from the right side was headed across and reached McStay, he went around the Israeli goalkeeper to slot it in.

Lineups:

Scotland:

1-James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5-David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

7-James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

8- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

9- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England) (17-Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club) 68)

10- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England)

11-Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

 

Team Captain: William Fergus Miller

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Black Shorts, Yellow Socks

Note:

1-First International in January for Scotland in 102 years.

2-Kenny Dalglish, Graeme Souness and Frank McAvennie were unavailable and Alex McLeisch missed this match through injury.

3-Paul Whitehead Sturrock recalled for the first time since 1984 (6-1 win over Yugoslavia).

Eamonn John Bannon recalled for the first time since 1983 (1-2 loss vs. East Germany).

David Narey recalled for the first time since 1983 (Canada summer tour).

 

Israel:

1-Avi Ran (Maccabi Haifa Football Club)

2-Eitan Aharoni (Maccabi Haifa Football Club)

3-Zion Marili (Maccabi Haifa Football Club)

4-Efraim Davidi (Hapoel Beer Sheva Football Club)

5-Avi Cohen (Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club) (12-Rafi Osmo (Maccabi Haifa Football Club) 70)

6-Menashe Shimonov (Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club)

7-Zahi Armeli (Maccabi Haifa Football Club)

8-Uri Malmilian (Beitar Jerusalem Football Club)

9-Moti Ivanir (Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club) (17-Eyal Begleivter (Maccabi Petah Tikva Football Club) 85)

10-Rifat Turk (Hapoel Jerusalem Football Club) (13-Eli Cohen (Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club) 46)

11-Eli Ohana (Beitar Jerusalem Football Club) (14-Ronny Rosenthal (Maccabi Haifa Football Club) 56)

 

Coach: Yosef Mirmovich

 

Team Captain: Avi Cohen

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Blue Socks


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1986

(Scotland squad, January 28, 1986, Israel 0-Scotland 1)






 

Date: March 26, 1986

Competition: Friendly

Result: Scotland 3-Romania 0

Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park 

Attendance: 53,589

Referee: Volker Roth (West Germany)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Scotland): Gordon Strachan 18, Richard Gough 27, Roy Aitken 80

(Romania): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (18th minute, Scotland): After a series of give aways in the box, Strachan chipped over the Romanian goalkeeper from just outside the box.

2:0 (27th minute, Scotland): Dalglish’s header in the box was blocked by the Romanian defense, Strachan collected the ball and passed across to the right for Gough to shoot in.

3:0 (80th minute, Scotland): Bannon’s cross from the left was headed across by Gough for Aitken to shoot past Lung.

Lineups:

Scotland:

1- Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5- David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) (13- Alan David Hansen (Liverpool Football Club / England) 60)     

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish (Liverpool Football Club / England)

8- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England) (15-Patrick Kevin Francis Michael Nevin (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) 72)

9- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England) (16- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England) 46)        

10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

11- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

Booked: Charles Nicholas 82

 

Team Captain: Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Patrick Kevin Francis Michael Nevin.

2- Alan David Hansen recalled for the first time since March 1985. This was his last match under Alex Ferguson, he would gain three more caps in the 1986/87 season for Andy Roxburgh.

3-This was Kenny Dalglish’s last match under Alex Ferguson, he would gain two more caps in the Fall of 1986 for Andy Roxburgh.

4-100th cap for Kenny Dalglish, he was presented with a solid silver cap trimmed with gold, given to him by Franz Beckenbauer.

5-Most sources show Hanen to have come on at 60th minute and Nicholas in the 46th, but based on match highlights Hansen came on in the start of second half and Nicholas came on as a substitute midway through the second half

 

 

Romania:

1-Silviu Lung (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)

2-Mircea Rednic (Clubul Sportiv Dinamo Bucuresti)

3-Lica Stavarache Movila (Clubul Sportiv Dinamo Bucuresti)

4-Nicolae Ungureanu (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)

5-Ioan Andone (Clubul Sportiv Dinamo Bucuresti) (18 or 19-Nita Cireasa (Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea) 75)

6-Gino Iorgulescu (Clubul de Fotbal Sportul Studentesc- Bucuresti) (16-Alexandru Nicolae (Clubul Sportiv Dinamo Bucuresti) 46)

7-Marcel Coras (Clubul de Fotbal Sportul Studentesc- Bucuresti) (18 or 19-Romulus Gabor (Corvinul –Hunedoara) 70)

8-Michael Klein (Corvinul –Hunedoara)  

9-Rodion Doru Gorun Camataru (Clubului Sportiv Universitatea Craiova)

10-Dorin Mateut (Corvinul –Hunedoara)  

11-Gheorghe Hagi (Clubul de Fotbal Sportul Studentesc- Bucuresti)

 

Coach: Mircea Lucescu

 

Team Captain: Gino Iorgulescu

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Yellow Shirts, Yellow Shorts, Yellow Socks


Photo From: Official Match Programme, Scotland v Romania, 1990

(March 26, 1986, Scotland 3-Romania 0)






Date: April 23, 1986

Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1986

Result: England 2-Scotland 1

Venue: London - Wembley

Attendance: 68,357

Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(England): Terry Butcher 27, Glenn Hoddle 43

(Scotland): Graeme Souness 56 pen

Summary of goals:

1:0 (27th minute, England): Glenn Hoddle, lobbed a soft free kick into the box, Alex McLeisch headed it to the side. Steve Hodge headed it back in the goalmouth and Terry Butcher headed it in.

2:0 (43rd minute, England): Chris Waddle, in the middle gave the ball to Kenny Sansom. He took a powerful shot from far away that Alan Rough could only parry and Hoddle headed in the rebound.

2:1 (56th minute, Scotland): Scotland were awarded a penalty kick in the 56th minute, when Butcher was adjudged to have fouled Charlie Nicholas in the box. Graeme Souness scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

Lineups:

England:

1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Southampton Football Club)
2- Gary Michael Stevens (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Arsenal Football Club-London)
5- David Watson (Norwich City Football Club)
6- Terence Ian Butcher (Ipswich Town Football Club)
4- Glenn Hoddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football  Club-London)
8- Raymond Colin Wilkins (Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy) (15-Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 46)
7- Stephen Brian Hodge (Aston Villa Football Club-Birmingham)   (12-Gary Andrew Stevens (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 75)
11- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 
9- Mark Wayne Hateley (Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy)
10- Trevor John Francis (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

 

Coach: Robert William Robson

Booked: Dave Watson

Other Substitutes:

Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Norwich City Football Club)

Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

Kerry Michael Dixon (Chelsea Football Club-London)

 

Team Captain: Ray Wilkins

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1- The English were missing Captain Bryan Robson, Everton goalscorer Gary Lineker as well as John Barnes, Peter Beardsley and Mark Wright. Ray Wilkins captained in the absence of Robson.

 

Scotland:

1- Alan Roderick Rough (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

7-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

8- David Robert Speedie (Chelsea Football Club-London / England)

9- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England) (17-Patrick Kevin Francis Michael Nevin (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) 57)

10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

11- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

Booked: Charles Nicholas

Other Substitutes:

Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England)

David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

 

Team Captain: Graeme Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/2017/01/stanley-rous-cup-part-2-1986.html

2- The penalty kick awarded to Scotland was somewhat debatable. The foul may have occurred outside of the box. In the process, Nicholas was injured and had to be taken off to be replaced by Pat Nevin.

3-Final cap for Alan Roderick Rough (53/0) (1976-1986).

4-Scotland missing Kenny Dalglish, as well as his clubmate Alan Hansen, who was out of favor with Ferguson.

Also missing starting goalkeeper Jim Leighton, which allowed former number one Alan Rough an opportunity to start.

5-In the second half, Scotland made a tactical switch. Roy Aitken was switched to the right side, Richard Gough was pushed up into the midfield and Nicol was deployed as right back.

6-Stanley Rous passed away on July 18th, 1986. This was the second and last time that this competition took place in his lifetime.

This was also the last Edition to feature England and Scotland only. The future Editions would be in a round-robin format featuring a South American guest.


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v Scotland, 1988 

(April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)






Date: April 29, 1986

Competition: Friendly

Result: Holland 0-Scotland 0

Venue: Eindhoven- Philips Stadion

Attendance: 14,500

Referee: Helmut Kohl (Austria)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Holland):  None

(Scotland): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Holland:

1-Johannes Franciscus ‘Hans’ van Breukelen (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven) 

2-Dirk Franciscus ‘Danny’ Blind (Sparta Rotterdam)

3-Jan Jacobus ‘Sonny’ Silooy (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)

4-Ronald Koeman (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)

5-Adrianus Andreas ‘Adri’ van Tiggelen (Football Club Groningen)

6-Jan Jacobus Wouters (Football Club Utrecht)

7-Gerald Mervin Vanenburg (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)

8-Machiel ‘Michel’ Valke  (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven) (14-Wilbert Johan Suvrijn (Fortuna Sittard) 72)

10-Johannes Nicolaas ‘John’ van't Schip (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

9-Johannes Jacobus ’John’ Bosman (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

11-Robert Leonardus ‘Rob’ de Wit (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

 

Coach: Leo Beenhakker

Booked: Adri van Tiggelen

Other Substitutes:

Johannes Frederik ‘Joop’ Hiele (Feyenoord Rotterdam)

Peter Boeve (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam) 

Simon Melkianus Tahamata (Feyenoord Rotterdam)

 

Team Captain: Rudi Dil ‘Ruud’ Gullit

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Orange Shirts, White Shorts, Orange Socks

 

 

Scotland:

1- Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England)

2- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

4- David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

7- Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club)

8-James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

9-Alistair Murdoch McCoist (Rangers Football Club -Glasgow)

10-Robert Connor (Dundee Football Club)

11-David Cooper (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

 

Team Captain: William Fergus Miller

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-First caps for Robert Connor and Ally McCoist. Neither would be selected for Mexico 1986 World Cup.




Scotland’s 1986 World Cup Finals squad:

 

Goalkeepers:

1- James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

12-Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England)

22- Alan Roderick Rough (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh)

 

Defenders:

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5- Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

13- Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

14- David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

15- Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

 

Midfielders:

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England)

8- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

10-James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

11- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

21- David Cooper (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow)

 

Strikers:

9- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

16- Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England)

17- Steven Archibald (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)  

18- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)

19- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England)

20- Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club)

 

Coach: Alex Ferguson

Team Captain: Graeme Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Note:

1-Alex Ferguson did not take Alan Hansen, David Speedie and Maurice Johnston. Many felt Johnston was cut for disciplinary reasons.

2-Alex Ferguson initially excluded Archibald from his squad, but recalled him after Kenny Dalglish opted out due to injury. There are doubts whether Dalglish was really injured or decided to withdraw due to Hansen being excluded.

3-The squad was together for three weeks. This was Scotland’s longest ever preparation. The squad stayed 2 weeks in Santa Fe, a few days in Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, they played a friendly against L.A. Heat and won (3-0).

4-Graeme Souness was to join Rangers Glasgow for the following season.

 

 

Date: May 30, 1986

Competition: Unofficial Friendly

Result: Los Angeles Heat (USA) 0-Scotland 3

Venue: ???, Los Angeles, California, USA 

Attendance: -

Referee: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Los Angeles Heat): None

(Scotland): Charlie Nicholas, Gordon Strachan pen, Stephen Nichol

Summary of goals:

0:1 (?? minute, Scotland): -

0:2 (?? minute, Scotland): -

0:3 (?? minute, Scotland): -

Lineups:

Los Angeles Heat:

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

 

Scotland:

James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England)

Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

Steven Archibald (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)  

Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England)

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://www.rsssf.com/tabless/scot-unoff-intres1990.html

2-Any substitutions information is unknown.

3-The minutes of goals is unknown.

 

 

Date: June 1, 1986

Competition: Unofficial Friendly

Result: Hollywood Kickers (USA) 0-Scotland 4

Venue: ???, California, USA 

Attendance: -

Referee: -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Hollywood Kickers): None

(Scotland): Graeme Sharp, Frank McAvennie, Eamonn Bannon, Paul McStay

Summary of goals:

0:1 (?? minute, Scotland): -

0:2 (?? minute, Scotland): -

0:3 (?? minute, Scotland): -

0:4 (?? minute, Scotland): -

Lineups:

Hollywood Kickers:

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

 

Scotland:

Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England) (Alan Roderick Rough (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh))

Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club) (Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow) )

James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England)

David Cooper (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow)

Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)

Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club) (Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited) )

 

Coach: Alexander Ferguson

 

Team Captain: -

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

Note:

1-For more detail, see:

http://www.rsssf.com/tabless/scot-unoff-intres1990.html

2-The minutes of goals and substitutions information is unknown.

 

 

 

Date: June 4, 1986

Competition: 1986 FIFA World Cup, First Round, Group E

Result: Denmark 1-Scotland 0

Venue: Neza –Estadio Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico

Attendance: 18,000

Referee: Lajos Nemeth (Hungary)

Linesmen: Fallaj Khuzam Al-Shanar (Saudi Arabia), Sigfried Kirschen (East Germany)

Kick-off time: 16:00

Goalscorers:

(Denmark): Preben Elkjaer 57

(Scotland): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (57th minute, Denmark): Elkjaer received a pass on the left side, dribbled past Miller and scored with a low shot.

Lineups:

Denmark:

1- Trols Rasmussen (AGF-Aarhus Gymnastik Forening af 1880)

3- Soren Busk (MVV (Maastrichtse Voetbal Vereniging)- Maastricht / Holland)

4- Morten Olsen (Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht / Belgium)

5- Ivan Nielsen (Feyenoord Rotterdam / Holland)

6- Soren Lerby (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V. / West Germany)

8- Jesper Olsen (Manchester United Football Club / England) (7-Jan Molby (Liverpool Football Club / England) 80)

9- Klaus Berggreen (Sporting Club Pisa / Italy)

10- Preben Elkjaer (Hellas-Verona Associazione Calcio / Italy)    

11- Michael Laudrup (Juventus Football Club-Torino / Italy)       

12- Jens Jorn Bertelesen (Fußball Club Aarau / Switzerland)

15- Frank Arnesen (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven / Holland) (2-John Sivebak (Manchester United Football Club / England) 74)

 

Coach: Josef "Sepp" Piontek (West Germany)

Booked: Klaus Bergreen 84

 

Team Captain: Morten Olsen

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Hummel

Uniform Colors: Red/White split Shirts, Red Shorts, White Socks

 

Scotland:

1- James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

5- Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England) (9- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club) 74)

8- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

13- Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)

19- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England)

20- Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club) (16- Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England) 61)

 

Coach: Alex Ferguson

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 75, June 1986

(June 4, 1986, World Cup, Denmark 1-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 153, September 1988

(Gordon Strachan, June 4, 1986, World Cup, Denmark 1-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 129, September 1986

(Scotland Squad, June 4, 1986, World Cup, Denmark 1-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Magazine Source Unknown

(Denmark Squad, June 4, 1986, World Cup, Denmark 1-Scotland 0)






Date: June 8, 1986

Competition: 1986 FIFA World Cup, First Round, Group E

Result: West Germany 2-Scotland 1

Venue: Querétaro – Estadio La Corregidora, Mexico

Attendance: 30,000

Referee: Ioan Igna (Romania)

Linesmen: Bogdan Dotchev (Bulgaria), Alan Snoddy (Northern Ireland)

Kick-off time: 12:00

Goalscorers:

(West Germany): Rudi Voeller 23, Klaus Allofs 49

(Scotland):  Gordon Strachan 18

Summary of goals:

0:1 (18th minute, Scotland): Aitken sernt a through ball on the right side to Strachan who shot from a narrow angle.

1:1 (23rd minute, West Germany): Littbarski sent a through ball to Allofs on the left side, his cross was slot in by the unmarked Voeller.

1:2 (49th minute, West Germany): Voeller was challenged by Scottish defenders on the right side, Narey diverted the ball across to Allofs to shoot past Leighton.

Lineups:

West Germany:

1- Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)

2- Hans-Peter Briegel (Hellas-Verona Associazione Calcio / Italy) (17-Ditmar Jakobs (Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V.) 63)

4- Karlheinz Förster (Verein für Bewegungspiele Stuttgart 1893 e.V.)

15- Klaus Augenthaler (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

6- Norbert Eder (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

14- Thomas Berthold (Eintracht Frankfurt e.V.) 

7- Pierre Littbarski (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.) (11- Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Internazionale Football Club- Milan / Italy) 75)

8- Lothar Herbert Matthäus (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

10- Felix Wolfgang Magath (Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V.) 

9- Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (Sport Verein Werder Bremen von 1899 e.V.) 

19- Klaus Allofs (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)

 

Coach: Franz Beckenbauer 

 

Team Captain: Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks

 

Scotland:

1- James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

13- Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England) (16- Francis Mc Avennie (West Ham United Football Club-London / England) 61)

14- David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

7- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England)

8- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

9- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club) (21- David Cooper (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) 74)

17- Steven Archibald (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)  

 

Coach: Alex Ferguson

Booked: Steven Archibald 30, Eamonn John Bannon 44, Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas 74

 

Team Captain: Graeme James Souness

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-Final cap for Steven Archibald (27/4) (1980-1986). This match was his first match since Iceland in 1985 (1-0 win).

2- Final cap for Eamonn John Bannon (11/1) (1980-1986).
3- Final cap for Graeme James Souness (54/4) (1975-1986).

4-Francis Mc Avennie’s next and final cap would be vs. Saudi Arabia in 1988.

 

Photo From: Onze, Issue 153, September 1988

(Richard Gough, June 8, 1986, World Cup, West Germany 2-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005

(June 8, 1986, World Cup, West Germany 2-Scotland 1)



Photo From: Scotland, The Team, Author Andrew Ward, 1987

(Scotland squad, June 8, 1986, World Cup, West Germany 2-Scotland 1)






Date: June 13, 1986

Competition: 1986 FIFA World Cup, First Round, Group E

Result: Uruguay 0-Scotland 0

Venue: Neza –Estadio Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico

Attendance: 20,000

Referee: Joel Quiniou (France)

Linesmen: Ali Bennaceur (Tunisia), Jesus Diaz (Colombia)

Kick-off time: 12:00

Goalscorers:

(Uruguay): None

(Scotland): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Uruguay:

12- Fernando Harry Alvez Mosquera (Club Atlético Peñarol Montevideo)

2- Nelson Daniel Gutiérrez Luongo (Club Atlético River Plate- Buenos Aires / Argentina)

3- Eduardo Mario Acevedo Cardozo (Defensor Sporting Club Montevideo)  

4- Víctor Hugo Diogo Silva (Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras- São Paulo / Brazil)

6- José Alberto Batista González (Club Deportivo Español -Buenos Aires / Argentina)

8- Jorge Walter Barrios (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas / Greece)

10- Enzo Françescoli Uriarte (Club Atlético River Plate- Buenos Aires / Argentina) (7- Antonio Alzamendi Casas (Club Atlético River Plate- Buenos Aires / Argentina) 84)

11- Sergio Santín Spinelli (Corporación Deportiva Club Atlético Nacional-Medellin (Itagüí) / Colombia)

14- Darío Alfonso Pereyra (São Paulo Futebol Clube- São Paulo / Brazil)

19- Venancio Ariel Ramos Villanueva (Racing Club de Lens / France) (16- Mario Daniel Saralegui Iriarte (Elche Club de Fútbol / Spain) 70)

21- Wilmar Rubens Cabrera Sappa (Valencia Club de Fútbol / Spain

 

Coach: Omar Borras

Booked: Wilmar Rubens Cabrera Sappa 32, Víctor Hugo Diogo Silva 72, Fernando Harry Alvez Mosquera 87

Sent-off: José Alberto Batista González (53 seconds)

 

Team Captain: Eduardo Mario Acevedo Cardozo

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Note:

1-Uruguay Manager Omar Borras called the referee a murderer. Uruguay was fined 25,000 Swiss Francs as a result. Borras was banned from taking his place on the bench for one match.

2-Uruguayan Batista was sent off after 53 seconds, a new world Cup record.

 

Scotland:

1- James Leighton (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)

6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

14- David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)

15- Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)

13- Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England) (19- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England) 70)

7- Gordon David Strachan (Manchester United Football Club / England)

8- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

11- Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)

18- Graeme Marshall Sharp (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)

20- Paul Whitehead Sturrock (Dundee United Football Club) (21- David Cooper (Rangers Football Club- Glasgow) 70)

 

Coach: Alex Ferguson

Booked: David Narey 48, Stephen Nicol 62

 

Team Captain: William Fergus Miller

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro

Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks

Note:

1-Graeme Souness was dropped from this match.

2-Final cap for Arthur Richard Albiston (14/0) (1982-1986).

3- Scotland manager Alex Ferguson resigned 15 minutes after the game finished.


Photo From: The Game, Issue 3, June 1995

(June 13, 1986, World Cup, Uruguay 0-Scotland 0)



Photo From: The Scotland Story, Author Tom Duthie

(Scotland squad, June 13, 1986, World Cup, Uruguay 0-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Magazine Source Unknown

(Scotland squad, June 13, 1986, World Cup, Uruguay 0-Scotland 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 127, July 1986

(Scotland squad, June 13, 1986, World Cup, Uruguay 0-Scotland 0)