2007 - 2021

1974 – 1976 – 1977 – 1985


Tommy Docherty in charge at Hampden with Asa Hartford, Billy Bremner, Lou Macari and Denis Law …


Managed by Willie Ormond and Scotland captained by Billy Bremner with McGrain and Jardine, Blackley, Johnstone, Dalglish, Jordan and Lorimer …


A classic match with Rough in goals and captained by Archie Gemmill …


An iconic match – sounds like a home game.

Scotland managed by Ally Macleod with Gordon McQueen, Don Masson, King Kenny and Willie Johnston on the wing.


Scotland win the inaugural Rous Cup in those dodgy shorts, with Richard Gough and Alex McLeish in defence, Jim Bett and Gordon Strachan in midfield and Jim Leighton in goals. Goal by Dundee United’s Richard Gough. An extremely lucky Roy Aitken …

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  1. Jo says:

    I see you missed 1978. Any particular reason? Lol.

    1. Alasdair Angus Macdonald says:

      1978 was removed from history by order of the United Nations!

      1. Jo says:

        And a very good thing too Alasdair!

  2. Charles L. Gallagher says:

    And I thought the one blessing of Coronavirus was the disappearance of football every minute of the bloody day. Oh, how wrong I was!!!!!!

  3. john d says:

    Thank you for these .

  4. Fat Boab says:

    Didn’t enjoy the first one as much as the others (amazing how you forget those ones though) , but lovely to see. Not a bad crowd. Thanks!

  5. Dave says:

    Billy Bremner…my childhood idol. Unfortunately left me with a life long allegiance to Leeds Utd ‘we’ve had are ups and downs,’……

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