mercredi 28 novembre 2018

Ralph Coates - Detailed stats in European Cups

Ralph Coates volleying the ball in front of  Willem Van Hanegem at White Hart Lane during the 1973-1974 UEFA Cup Final


Ralph Coates - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-7 with Burnley FC. Matches 8-33 with Tottenham Hotspur FC.



Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1966-1967
 1.  VfB Stuttgart           (A, T, 90)         1-1
 2.  VfB Stuttgart           (A, T, 90)         2-0         1 goal  (57/ 1-0)
 3.  Lausanne Sports         (A, T, 90)         3-1         1 goal  (29/ 1-1)
 4.  SSC Napoli              (H, T, 90)         3-0         1 goal  (2/ 1-0)
 5.  SSC Napoli              (A, T, 90)         0-0
 6.  Eintracht Frankurt      (A, T, 90)         1-1
 7.  Eintracht Frankurt      (H, T, 90)         1-2

UEFA Cup 1971-1972
 8.  IB Keflavik             (A, T, 90)         6-1         1 goal  (25/ 2-0)
 9.  IB Keflavik             (H, T, 90)         9-0         1 goal  (44/ 4-0)
10.  Rapid Bucuresti         (H, T, 56)         3-0
11.  Rapid Bucuresti         (A, T, 90)         2-0
12.  UT Arad                 (H, T, 90)         1-1
13.  AC Milan                (H, T, 84)         2-1
14.  AC Milan                (A, T, 90)         1-1
15.  Wolverhampton Wanderers (A, T, 68)         2-1
16.  Wolverhampton Wanderers (H, T, 90)         1-1

UEFA Cup 1972-1973
17.  Lyn Oslo                (H, T, 90)         6-0         2 goals (52, 83/ 3, 6-0)
18.  Olympiakos              (H, T, 90)         4-0         1 goal  (48/ 3-0)
19.  Crvena Zvezda           (A, T, 90)         0-1
20.  Vitoria Setubal         (H, T, 90)         1-0
21.  Vitoria Setubal         (A, T, 90)         1-2
22.  Liverpool FC            (A, T, 84)         0-1
23.  Liverpool FC            (H, T, 90)         2-1

UEFA Cup 1973-1974
24.  Grasshoppers Zürich     (A, T, 46)         5-1
25.  Grasshoppers Zürich     (H, T, 90)         4-1
26.  Aberdeen FC             (A, T, 72)         1-1         1 goal  (15/ 1-0)
27.  Dinamo Tbilissi         (A, T, 90)         1-1         1 goal  (26/ 1-1)
28.  Dinamo Tbilissi         (H, T, 90)         5-1
29.  1. FC Köln              (H, T, 90)         3-0         1 goal  (15/ 2-0)
30.  1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig(A, T, 76)         2-1         1 goal  (27/ 2-0)
31.  1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig(H, T, 90)         2-0
32.  Feyenoord               (H, T, 90)         2-2
33.  Feyenoord               (H, T, 90)         2-2



Results by season:
1966-1967: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Fairs Cup by Eintracht FRankfurt.
1971-1972: winner of the UEFA Cup by beating Wolverhampton in the Final.
1972-1973: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the UEFA Cup by Liverpool. Liverpool beats Moenchengladbach in the Final.
1973-1974: beaten in the UEFA Cup Final by Feyenoord.

Best results and stats:
Winner of the UEFA Cup in 1972.
Runner-up of the UEFA Cup in 1974.
Semi-finalist of the UEFA Cup in 1973.
33 matches/ 12 goals in Fairs then UEFA Cup.
1 goal in UEFA Cup Semi-finals (in '74 against Lok. Leipzig).

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VIDEO : Tottenham in Europe 1972-1973 and 1973-1974.

mardi 27 novembre 2018

Liam Whelan - Detailed stats in European Cups

Liam Whelan - Manchester United

Liam Whelan - Matches and goals in European Cups.

All matches for Manchester United FC.


Champions Cup 1956-1957
 1.  RSC Anderlecht             (A, T, 90)            2-0
 2.  RSC Anderlecht             (H, T, 90)           10-0      2 goals (61, 82/ 7, 10)
 3.  Borussia Dortmund          (H, T, 90)            3-2
 4.  Borussia Dortmund          (A, T, 90)            0-0
 5.  Athletic Bilbao            (A, T, 90)            3-5      1 goal  (85/ 3-5)
 6.  Athletic Bilbao            (H, T, 90)            3-0
 7.  Real Madrid CF             (A, T, 90)            1-3
 8.  Real Madrid CF             (H, T, 90)            2-2

Champions Cup 1957-1958
 9.  Shamrock Rovers            (A, T, 90)            6-0      2 goals (51, 57/ 2, 3)
10.  Dukla Praha                (H, T, 90)            3-0
11.  Dukla Praha                (A, T, 90)            0-1


Results by season:
1956-1957: eliminated by Real in Semi-finals of the European Cup. Real beats Fiorentina in Final.
1957-1958: Man U is eliminated by Milan in the Semi-finals of the European Cup. Real beats Milan in the Final. Liam Whelan died in February '58 after the quarter-final 2nd leg match in Belgrad. That was the "Munich air disaster" that made 23 dead.

Best results and stats:
Two times Semi-finalist of the European Clubs Champions Cup: 1957, 1958.
11 matches/ 5 goals in Champions Cup.


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lundi 26 novembre 2018

Joan Segarra - Detailed stats in European Cups


Joan Segarra - Matches and goals in European Cups.

All matches with FC Barcelona. 



Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1955-1958
 1.  Stævnet København          (H, T, 90)            6-2
 2.  Stævnet København          (A, T, 90)            1-1
 3.  Birmingham City            (A, T, 90)            3-4
 4.  Birmingham City            (H, T, 90)            1-0
 5.  Birmingham City            (N**, T, 90)          2-1
 6.  London XI                  (A, T, 90)            2-2
 7.  London XI                  (H, T, 90)            6-0

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1958-1960* and Champions Cup 1959-1960
 8.  Auswahl Basel              (A, T, 90)*           2-1
 9.  Auswahl Basel              (H, T, 90)*           5-2
10.  CDNA Sofia                 (A, T, 90)            2-2         1 goal  (30/ 1-1)
11.  CDNA Sofia                 (H, T, 90)            6-2
12.  FC Internazionale          (H, T, 90)*           4-0         1 goal  (81/ 4-0)
13.  FC Internazionale          (A/N**, T, 90)*       4-2
14.  AC Milan                   (A, T, 90)            2-0
15.  AC Milan                   (H, T, 90)            5-1         1 goal  (19/ 2-0)
16.  Wolverhampton Wanderers    (H, T, 90)            4-0
17.  Wolverhampton Wanderers    (A, T, 90)            5-2 
18.  Birmingham City            (A, T, 90)*           4-1 
19.  Real Madrid CF             (A, T, 90)            1-3
20.  Birmingham City            (H, T, 90)*           4-1

Champions Cup and Inter-cities Fairs Cup* 1960-1961
21.  Zagreb XI                  (A, T, 90)*           1-1
22.  Real Madrid CF             (H, T, 90)            2-1
23.  Hibernian FC               (H, T, 90)*           4-4
24.  Hibernian FC               (A, T, 90)*           2-3
25.  Spartak Hradec Kralove     (H, T, 90)            4-0
26.  Spartak Hradec Kralove     (A, T, 90)            1-1
27.  Hamburger SV               (H, T, 90)            1-0
28.  Hamburger SV               (A, T, 90)            1-2
29.  Hamburger SV               (N**, T, 90)          1-0

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1961-1962
30.  NK Dinamo Zagreb           (H, T, 90)            5-1
31.  NK Dinamo Zagreb           (A, T, 90)            2-2
32.  Sheffield Wednesday        (A, T, 90)            2-3
33.  Sheffield Wednesday        (H, T, 90)            2-0

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1962-1963
34.  Crvena Zvezda              (A, T, 90)            0-1

Cup Winners Cup 1963-1964
35.  Shelbourne FC              (A, T, 90)            2-0
36.  Hamburger SV               (H, T, 90)            4-4
37.  Hamburger SV               (A, T, 90)            0-0
38.  Hamburger SV               (N**, T, 90)          2-3


**: match #5 is a 3rd confrontation played in Basel. Match #13 was played at Arena Civica, Milan. Match #29 played in Stade du Centennaire, Brussels. Match #38 palyed in Stade Olympique de La Pontaise, Lausanne.

Results by seasons:
1955-1958: winner of the Fairs Cup over the London XI.
1958-1960: winner of the Fairs Cup over Birmingham city.
1959-1960: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the Champions Cup by Real Madrid. Real beat Eintracht in the Final.
1960-1961: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Fairs Cup by Hibernian FC. Afterwards, Barça is beaten in the Champions Cup Final by Benfica, without Segarra.
1961-1962: Barça is beaten in the Fairs Cup Final by Valencia without Segarra (last app. in the quarter-finals). The final was played in August.
1962-1963: Segarra has only one app. in the second round of the Fairs Cup. Barça
1962-1964: eliminated in the Second Round of the Cup Winners Cup by Hamburg.

Best results and stats:
Two times Winner of the Fairs Cup : in 1958 and 1960.
Did not play the Champions Cup Final lost by Barça to Benfica in 1961 (last app. in the semi-finals).

13 matches/ 2 goals in Champions Cup. 4 matches/ no goals in Cup Winners Cup. 21 matches/ 1 goal in Fairs Cup.

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dimanche 25 novembre 2018

Hermann Ohlicher - Detailed stats in European Cups

Ohlicher - VfB

Hermann Ohlicher - Matches and goals in European Cups.

All matches with VfB Stuttgart.



UEFA Cup 1973-1974
 1.  Olympiakos Nikosia      (H, T, 90)         9-0         1 goal  (33/ 3-0)
 2.  Olympiakos Nikosia      (A, T, 90)         4-0         1 goal  (11/ 1-0)
 3.  Tatran Presov           (H, T, 90)         3-1         1 goal  (83/ 3-1)
 4.  Tatran Presov           (A, T, 120)        5-3 a.e.t   2 goals (40, 117/ 1-1, 5-3)
 5.  Dynamo Kiev             (A, T, 90)         0-2
 6.  Dynamo Kiev             (H, T, 90)         3-0         1 goal  (40/ 1-0)
 7.  Vitoria Setubal         (H, T, 90)         1-0
 8.  Vitoria Setubal         (A, T, 90)         2-2         1 goal  (47/ 1-2)
 9.  Feyenoord               (H, T, 90)         2-2

UEFA Cup 1978-1979
10.  FC Basel                (A, T, 90)         3-2         2 goals (54, 70/ 2, 3-1)
11.  FC Basel                (H, T, 90)         4-1
12.  Torpedo Moskva          (A, T, 90)         1-2
13.  Torpedo Moskva          (H, T, 90)         2-0
14.  Dukla Praha             (H, T, 90)         4-1         1 goal  (87/ 4-1)
15.  Dukla Praha             (A, T, 90)         0-4

UEFA Cup 1979-1980
16.  Torino FC               (H, T, 90)         1-0
17.  Torino FC               (A, T, 120)        1-2 a.e.t   1 goal  (120/ 1-2)
18.  Dynamo Dresden          (A, T, 90)         1-1
19.  Dynamo Dresden          (H, T, 90)         0-0
20.  Grasshoppers Zürich     (A, T, 90)         2-0
21.  Lokomotiv Sofia         (H, T, 90)         3-1
22.  Lokomotiv Sofia         (A, T, 90)         1-0         1 goal  (7)
23.  Bor. M'Gladbach         (H, T, 90)         2-1         1 goal  (87/ 1-1)
24.  Bor. M'Gladbach         (A, T, 90)         0-2

UEFA Cup 1980-1981
25.  Pezoporikos Larnaca     (H, T, 90)         6-0
26.  Pezoporikos Larnaca     (A, T, 90)         4-1
27.  Vorwärts Frankfurt-Oder (H, T, 90)         5-1
28.  Vorwärts Frankfurt-Oder (A, T, 90)         2-1
29.  1. FC Köln              (H, T, 90)         3-1
30.  1. FC Köln              (A, T, 120)        1-4

UEFA Cup 1981-1982
31.  Hajduk Split            (A, T, 90)         1-3
32.  Hajduk Split            (H, T, 90)         2-2

UEFA Cup 1983-1984
33.  Levski Sofia            (H, T, 90)         1-1
34.  Levski Sofia            (A, T, 90)         0-1

Champions Cup 1984-1985
35.  Levski Sofia            (H, T, 90)         2-2



Results by season:
1973-1974: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the UEFA Cup by Feyenoord. Feyenoord wins the final over Tottenham.
1978-1979: eliminated in the R. of 16/ 3rd R. of the UEFA Cup by Dukla Praha.
1979-1980: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the UEFA Cup by M'Gladbach who are beaten by Eintracht in the Final.
1980-1981: eliminated in the R. of 16/ 3rd R. of the UEFA Cup by FC Köln.
1981-1982: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by Hajduk Split.
1983-1984: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by Levski Sofia.
1984-1985: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by Levski Sofia.

Best results and stats:
Two times Semi-finalist of the UEFA Cup : 1974 and 1980.
1 match/ 0 goals in Champions Cup. 34 matches/ 13 goals in UEFA Cup.

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VIDEO : Torino v VfB '79.


Ohlicher qualifies his team. With a a handball, perhaps.

Rainer Ohlhauser - Detailed stats in European Cups



Rainer Ohlhauser - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-22 with FC Bayern München. Matches 23-37 with Grasshopper Club Zürich.



Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1962-1963
 1.  FC Basel                   (A, T, 90)            3-0
 2.  Drumcondra Dublin          (H, T, 90)            6-0         1 goal  (12/ 1-0)
 3.  NK Dinamo Zagreb           (H, T, 90)            1-4
 4.  NK Dinamo Zagreb           (A, T, 90)            0-0

Cup Winners Cup 1966-1967
 5.  Tatran Presov              (A, T, 90)            1-1
 6.  Tatran Presov              (H, T, 90)            3-2
 7.  Shamrock Rovers            (A, T, 90)            1-1
 8.  Shamrock Rovers            (H, T, 90)            3-2         1 goal  (8/ 2-0)
 9.  Rapid Wien                 (A, T, 90)            0-1
10.  Rapid Wien                 (H, T, 120)           2-0 a.e.t   1 goal  (59/ 1-0)
11.  Standard de Liège          (H, T, 90)            2-0
12.  Standard de Liège          (A, T, 90)            3-1
13.  Glasgow Rangers            (N, T, 120)           1-0 a.e.t

Cup Winners Cup 1967-1968
14.  Panathinaikos              (A, T, 90)            2-1
15.  Vitoria Setubal            (H, T, 90)            6-2         1 goal  (27/ 3-1)
16.  Vitoria Setubal            (A, T, 90)            1-1         1 goal  (75/ 1-1)
17.  Valencia CF                (A, T, 90)            1-1
18.  Valencia CF                (H, T, 90)            1-0
19.  AC Milan                   (A, T, 90)            0-2
20.  AC Milan                   (H, T, 90)            0-0

Champions Cup 1969-1970
21.  AS Saint-Etienne           (H, T, 90)            2-0
22.  AS Saint-Etienne           (A, T, 90)            0-3

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1970-1971
23.  Dundee United              (A, T, 90)            2-3
24.  Dundee United              (H, T, 90)            0-0

Champions Cup 1971-1972
25.  FC Reipas Lahti            (A, T, 90)            1-1         1 goal  (63/ 1-0)
26.  FC Reipas Lahti            (H, T, 90)            8-0
27.  Arsenal FC                 (H, T, 90)            0-2
28.  Arsenal FC                 (A, T, 90)            0-3

UEFA Cup 1972-1973
29.  Nîmes Olympique            (A, T, 90)            2-1
30.  Nîmes Olympique            (H, T, 90)            2-1
31.  FC Ararat                  (H, T, 90)            1-3
32.  FC Ararat                  (A, T, 90)            2-4

UEFA Cup 1973-1974
33.  Tottenham Hotspur          (H, T, 72)            1-5

UEFA Cup 1974-1975
34.  Panathinaikos              (H, T, 90)            2-0
35.  Panathinaikos              (A, T, 90)            1-2
36.  Real Zaragoza              (H, T, 90)            2-1
37.  Real Zaragoza              (A, T, 90)            0-5


Results by season:
1962-1963: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Fairs Cup by Dinamo Zagreb.
1966-1967: winner of the Cup Winners Cup by beating Rangers FC in the Final.
1967-1968: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the Cup Winners Cup by AC Milan. Milan beats Hamburg in the Final.
1969-1970: eliminated in the First Roud of the Champions Cup by AS Saint-Etienne.
1970-1971: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by Dundee Utd.
1971-1972: eliminated in the Round of 16/ Second Round of the Champions Cup by Arsenal.
1972-1973: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by FC Ararat.
1973-1974: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by Tottenham.
1974-1975: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Zaragoza.

Best results and stats:
Winner of the Cup Winners Cup in 1967.
Semi-finalist of the Cup Winners Cup in 1968.
6 matches/ 1 goal in Champions Cup. 16 matches/ 4 goals in Cup Winners Cup. 15 matches/ 1 goal in Fairs and UEFA Cup.

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samedi 24 novembre 2018

Bruno Nicolè - Detailed stats in European Cups

Bruno Nicolè - Juventus

Bruno Nicolè - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-9 with FC Juventus. Matches 10-14 with AS Roma.


Champions Cup 1960-1961
 1.  CDNA Sofia              (H, T, 90)         2-0
 2.  CDNA Sofia              (A, T, 90)         1-4         1 goal  (89/ 1-4)

Champions Cup 1961-1962
 3.  Panathinaikos           (A, T, 90)         1-1
 4.  Panathinaikos           (H, T, 90)         2-1         1 goal  (20/ 1-0)
 5.  FK Partizan             (A, T, 90)         2-1         1 goal  (35/ 1-0)
 6.  FK Partizan             (H, T, 90)         5-0         1 goal  (1/ 1-0)
 7.  Real Madrid CF          (H, T, 90)         0-1
 8.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 90)         1-0
 9.  Real Madrid CF          (N*, T, 90)        1-3

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1964-1965
10.  Aris Saloniki           (A, T, 90)         0-0
11.  NK Zagreb               (A, T, 90)         1-1         1 goal  (52/ 1-1)
12.  NK Zagreb               (H, T, 90)         1-0
13.  Ferencvarosi TC         (H, T, 90)         1-2
14.  Ferencvarosi TC         (A, T, 90)         0-1


*: played at Parc des Princes, Paris, France.


Results by season:
1960-1961: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by CDNA Sofia.
1961-1962: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Real Madrid.
1964-1965: eliminated in the ROund of 16/ Third Round of the Fairs Cup by Ferencvaros.

Individual stats:
9 matches/ 4 goals in Champions Cup. 5 matches/ 1 goal in Fairs Cup.


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Bruno Mora - Detailed stats in European Cups

Bruno Mora - Juventus

Bruno Mora - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-6 with FC Juventus. Matches 7-19 with AC Milan.


Champions Cup 1961-1962
 1.  Panathinaikos           (A, T, 90)         1-1      1 goal  (42/ 1-0)
 2.  Panathinaikos           (H, T, 90)         2-1
 3.  FK Partizan             (H, T, 90)         5-0      2 goals (36, 51/ 2, 4)
 4.  Real Madrid CF          (H, T, 90)         0-1
 5.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 90)         1-0
 6.  Real Madrid CF          (N*, T, 90)        1-3

Champions Cup 1962-1963
 7.  Union Luxembourg        (H, T, 90)         8-0
 8.  Union Luxembourg        (A, T, 90)         6-0
 9.  Galatasaray SK          (A, T, 90)         3-1      1 goal  (34p/ 1-1)
10.  Galatasaray             (H, T, 90)         5-0
11.  Dundee FC               (H, T, 90)         5-1      2 goals (52, 82/ 3-1, 5-1)
12.  Dundee FC               (A, T, 90)         0-1
13.  SL Benfica              (H, T, 90)         2-1

Champions Cup 1963-1964
14.  IFK Norrköping          (A, T, 90)         1-1
15.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 90)         1-4
16.  Real Madrid CF          (H, T, 90)         2-0

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1964-1965
17.  RC Strasbourg           (H, T, 90)         1-0

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1965-1966
18.  RC Strasbourg           (H, T, 90)         1-0

Cup Winners Cup 1967-1968
19.  Levski Sofia            (H, T, 90)         5-1


*: played at Parc des Princes, Paris, France.


Results by season:
1961-1962: eliminated in Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Real Madrid.
1962-1963: winner of the Champions Cup by beating Benfica in the Final.
1962-1963: winner of the European Champions Cup by beating Benfica in Final.
1963-1964: eliminated by Real Madrid in the Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup.
1964-1965: eliminated by RC Strasbourg in the First round of the Fairs Cup.
1965-1966: AC Milan are eliminated by Chelsea in the Round of 16/ 3rd Round of the Fairs Cup, on coin toss. Mora only played in the very first match of the campaign.
1967-1968: AC Milan is the Cup Winners Cup winner by beating Hamburg SV in the final. Mora only played in the very first match of the campaign.

Best results and stats:
Winner of the Champions Cup in 1963.
16 matches/ 6 goals in Champions Cup. 1 match/ no goals in Cup Winners Cup. 2 matches/ no goals in Fairs Cup.
1 goal in Champions Cup Semi-finals (a brave against Dundee FC in '63).



Intercontinental Cup 1963
 1.  Santos FC               (H, T, 90)          4-2          1 goal  (82/ 4-1)
 2.  Santos FC               (A, T, 90)          2-4          1 goal  (18/ 2-0)
 3.  Santos FC               (A, T, 90)          0-1

3 matches/ 2 goals in Intercontinental Cup, no titles.


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Scotland Football National Team Lineups

From the Wembley Wizards 1928 to 2018, passing by the 1978 World Cup team or the 1967 Wembley Wizards, here's the Scotland football national team History through a good dozen of lineups. Fourteen precisely.


Scotland football team lineups in History.

Thus, we will pass on the era from 1872 - and the first international football game ever* - to the 1880s when the Scotland team dominated the England team.
*: 30 November 1872 at Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, Scotland vs. England, 0-0. The Scottish team consisted in 11 players of Queen's Park. 9 clubs were represented in the England XI.
England started to have their say by the end of the 1880's and we jump to that 1928 year.


1928 : The Wembley Wizards.
England 1, Scotland 5 (Jackson x3, James x2).

1928




1954 World Cup : 2 losses in 2 matches against Uruguay and Austria.

1958 World Cup : 3 losses.

1967 : In April, Scotland beat the World Champions England in Wembley.Their first defeat since October 1965.
England 2, Scotland 3 (Law, Lennox, McCalliog).
The Celtic players plus McCalliog of Sheffield Wed. were all new comers at international football level.

1967


1974 World Cup in West Germany : the XI that drew with Brazil (0-0) then Yugoslavia (1-1).
Denis Law only played in the first match against Zaïre before to be replaced for those 2 games by Morgan. Tommy Hutchinson came in against Zaïre and Yugoslavia. Blackley played in the first match before to be replaced by Buchan.

1974

1977 : 2-1 win at Wembely for the men of Ally McLeod over the men of Don Revie. It was in June. Scotland was qualified for the next World Cup and not England, like in '74.
England 1, Scotland 2 (McQueen 42', Dalglish 60', Channon 88' pen.).
Macari replaced Jordan for the second half. Gemmill came into play instead of Masson at the 87th minute. Masson had that mixed-role of covering plus, at times, taking the right side. McGrain could take this wing too.
Not really a great match. This match is most of all remembered for the pitch invasion at the end of the match and for the incidents outside of the stadium before and after the match.

1977


1978 : the Scotland XI that beats The Netherlands in the 1st round of the World Cup (3rd game of the first group stage).
Scotland 3, The Netherlands 2 (Dalglish, Gemmill x2 incl. 1 pen.).
In '78, Dalglish was more often seen on the right side of the pitch.

1978


España 1982 : the Scotland XI that beat New Zealand in the 1st round of the World Cup (1st game of the first group stage).
Scotland 5, New Zealand 2 (Dalglish, Wark x2, Robertson)
Substitutions : Archibald for Strachan (53'), Narey for Brazil (83').

1982


1986 World Cup, in Mexico : two losses by 1 goal margin and one 0-0 (with Uruguay), for three different formations and lineups so it is difficult to pick one. Right midfielder Strachan stood out. As an indication, Leighton was in the goals.
The squad of Alex Ferguson was composed of McLeish and Miller of Aberdeen, Gough, Souness, Nicol, Nicholas, Sturrock and Bannon of Dundee Utd, Archibald, Narey, Albitson, McStay, Sharp and Cooper. And MacAvennie. Thus, all the players with at least one appearance during this World Cup are cited.
Manager Jock Stein had passed away having suffered a heart attack during Scotland’s qualification match against Wales.

Italia '90 : eliminated in the first round as one of the two worst 3rd of group with Austria. 1 win over Sweden though.
Here's the lineup that beat the Swede by 2-1 (McCall 11', Johnston 81' pen., Strömberg 86'). McStay came in at the 75th minute for Durie and McCoist replaced Fleck at the 84th minute.
It was the second match, after the 1-0 loss to Costa-Rica and before the 1-0 loss to Brazil. With McCoist as the starter at the centre forward position this time and Mcstay instead of Durie. And McKimmie instead of Levein.
Ok let's change of idea : here's the XI that played against Brazil in the last match.
A indications at last : Richard Gough and McInally started againt Costa-Rica but never played again. Gough was out after one half-time.
Back to the game against Brazil, Gary Gilespie replaced MacLeod at the 36th and Fleck came in for McCoist at the 79th minute.
Mo Johnston was turning around the centre forward, drifting on either the left or the right side of the attack. Johnston has had a chance to equalize, what would have qualify Scotland.

1990


Euro '92 Sweden : 2 losses with the same starting-eleven in two first games and 1 win in the last game against C.I.S with a slighlty modified lineup with Kevin Gallagher instead of Durie in alongside McCoist and Tom Boyd for Malpas. 3-0 (McStay, McClair, McAllister pen.).
Gallagher made two appearnces from the bench before this game. Pat Nevin came in from the bench two times (Germany in game 2 and C.I.S). Duncan Ferguson once in the first game and Jim McInally once in the last game.

1992



Euro '96 England : 1 draw with The Netherlands, 1 loss to England, 1 win over the Swiss.
Here's the team that grabbed a win in the lst game (1-0, McCoist). McCall and McKimmie had played in the two first games. McKinley had played as right midfielder agaisnt England in front of McManaman.
The pair of strikers that started against England was Durie-Spencer and it was a the triplet of strikers against The Netherlands with Durie, K. Gallagher and Booth.
Before that game against Switzerland, Burley had appeared twice from the bench.

1996



1998 World Cup in France : the starting-eleven of the two first games.
Opening game, Brazil vs Scotland : 2-1 (César Samapaio 5', Collins 38' pen., Boyd 74' o.g.). Scotland vs Norway : 1-1 (H. Flo, Burley). The last match was a 0-3 defeat to Morocco.
Goram who was in concurrence with Leighton since years was dropped fro mthe team a couple of weeks before the start of the tournament.

1998



Euro 2000 qualfiers' play-off in November '99 : Scotland 0, England 2 then England 0, Scotland 1.

1999 : 1-0 win at Wembley (Hutchinson 38') during the Euro qualifiers. Referee : Pierluigi Collina.
Notes : Hutchinson was usually layed at midfield (like in the first leg match) but here was played at the centre forward position. McCann assisted Hutchinson's goal with a cross from the left side of the pitch.
Sub. : Burchill for McCann at the 74'.

1999



Euro 2008 qualifiers : Scotland beat France twice.

2006 : Scotland 1, France 0 (Gary Caldwell).
Substitutions : G. Teale for L. McCulloch (57') and G. O'Connor for J. McFadden (71').

2006


2007 : France 0, Scotland 1 (McFadden).
Substitutions : S. Pearson for D. Fletcher (26') and G. O'Connor for J. McFadden (75').

2007


2018 World Cup qualifiers : after a difficult start, the second part of Scotland's campaign in the Group F is positive. Scotland almost beat England at Hampden Park as their leading by 2 goals to 1 at the 90th minute (thanks to Griffiths two free-kick goals, 87', 90'). Almost, as Kane scores an equalizer in injury time.

Scotland earns 10 points in 4 games after that but it's not enough to take the second place to Slovakia that doesn't qualify as 'best second of group' to the second qualifying round or 'play-offs'. A Scottish win over the English would have permitted that to the Tartan Army - as they would have had 14 pts, not 20, the games against the last team of the group being discarded.

The team that drew with England in June 2017 :


2017
Substitutions : James McArthur for James Morrison at half-time, Ryan Fraser for Robert Snodgrass at the 67' and Chris Martin for Ikechi Anya at the 81st minute.


Jim Baxter - Detailed stats in European Cups

Jim Baxter - Rangers FC

James Curran Baxter, Jim Baxter - Matches and goals in European Cups.

All matches for Rangers FC (Glasgow). 




Cup Winners Cup 1960-1961
 1.  Ferencvarosi TC         (H, T, 90)         4-2
 2.  Ferencvarosi TC         (A, T, 90)         1-2
 3.  Bor. Moenchengladbach   (A, T, 90)         3-0
 4.  Bor. Moenchengladbach   (H, T, 90)         8-0         1 goal  (2/ 1-0)
 5.  Wolverhampton Wanderers (H, T, 90)         2-0
 6.  Wolverhampton Wanderers (A, T, 90)         1-1
 7.  AC Fiorentina           (H, T, 90)         0-2
 8.  AC Fiorentina           (A, T, 90)         1-2

Champions Cup 1961-1962
 9.  AS Monaco               (A, T, 90)         3-2         1 goal  (9/ 1-0)
10.  AS Monaco               (H, T, 90)         3-2
11.  ASK Vorwärts Berlin     (A, T, 90)         2-1
12.  ASK Vorwärts Berlin     (H, T, 90)         4-1
13.  Standard de Liège       (A, T, 90)         1-4
14.  Standard de Liège       (H, T, 90)         2-0

Cup Winners Cup 1962-1963
15.  Sevilla FC              (H, T, 90)         4-0
16.  Sevilla FC              (A, T, 90)         0-2
17.  Tottenham Hotspur       (A, T, 90)         4-5
18.  Tottenham Hotspur       (H, T, 90)         2-3

Champions Cup 1963-1964
19.  Real Madrid CF          (H, T, 90)         0-1
20.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 90)         0-6

Champions Cup 1964-1965
21.  Crvena Zvezda           (H, T, 90)         3-1
22.  Crvena Zvezda           (A, T, 90)         2-4
23.  Crvena Zvezda           (N*, T, 90)        3-1
24.  Rapid Wien              (H, T, 90)         1-0
25.  Rapid Wien              (A, T, 90)         2-0

Cup Winners Cup 1969-1970
26.  Steaua Bucuresti        (H, T, 90)         2-0
27.  Steaua Bucuresti        (A, T, 90)         0-0
28.  Gornik Zabrze           (A, T, 90)         1-3
29.  Gornik Zabrze           (H, T, 90)         1-3         1 goal  (17/ 1-0)


*: decisive match played at Highbury Stadium, London (Arsenal FC stadium)


Results by season:
1960-1961: beaten by Fiorentina in the Cup Winners Cup Final.
1961-1962: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Standard de Liège.
1962-1963: eliminated in the 2nd Round of the Cup Winners Cup by Tottenham.
1963-1964: Rgs are eliminated in the 1st Round of the Champions Cup by Real Madrid.
1964-1965: Rgs are eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Champions Cup by Inter Milan. Without Baxter.
1969-1970: eliminated in the Second Round of the Cup Winners Cup by Gornik Zabrze.

Best results and stats:
Runner-up of the Cup Winners Cup in 1967.
13 matches/ 1 goal in Champions Cup. 16 matches/ 2 goals in Cup Winners Cup.

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