Scotland squad to face Denmark / Faroe Islands [R]

Discussion in 'Scotland' started by markdickson, Aug 12, 2002.

  1. markdickson

    markdickson New Member

    May 7, 2001
    Dumfries, Scotland
    Scotland squad to play Denmark (Home friendly 21 Aug) & Faroe Islands (Away Euro 2004 qualifier Sep 7)

    Robert Douglas (Celtic)
    Neil Sullivan (Tottenahm Hotspur)
    Paul Gallacher (Dundee United)

    Graham Alexander (Preston N.E)
    Stephen Crainey (Celtic)
    Christian Dailly (West Ham)
    Maurice Ross (Rangers)
    Robbie Stockdale (Middlesbrough)
    David Weir (Everton)
    Lee Wilkie (Dundee)

    Barry Ferguson (Rangers)
    Scot Gemmill (Everton)
    Paul Lambert (Celtic)
    Derek McInnes (West Bromich Albion)
    Gary Naysmith (Everton)
    Kevin McNaughton (Aberdeen)
    Dominic Matteo (Leeds United)
    Scott Severin (Hearts)
    Gareth Williams (Nottingham Forest)

    Scott Dobie (West Bromich Albion)
    Allan Johnston (Middlesbrough)
    Kevin Kyle (Sunderland)
    Neil McCann (Rangers)
    Steven Thompson (Dundee United).

    West Bromich Albion captain Derek McInnes has been drafted into the Scotland squad for the first time as manager Berti Vogts readies his side for the European Championship qualifying programme.

    Denmark will visit Hampden for a friendly fixture on Wednesday 21 August and the road to Portugal 2004 starts in the Faroe Islands on 7 September...
  2. Parkhead_Faithful

    Parkhead_Faithful New Member

    Dec 19, 2001
    Its been a long time since we have had awe inspiring strikers but is it just me or do those 5 look less awe inspiring than usual.
    Suppose it is only the faroes.
  3. markdickson

    markdickson New Member

    May 7, 2001
    Dumfries, Scotland
    New Scotland Under-21 coach Rainer Bonhof has chosen his first squad - and read the riot act over junk food and using both feet.

    The former German international was dismayed to find players munching crisps and chocolate during this week's training stint at Kilmarnock.

    But he has pronounced the exercise - which included a 1-0 victory over a strong Killie side thanks to a Simon Lynch goal at Rugby Park - a success ahead of his first match in charge against Denmark at East End Park on Tuesday.

    Scotland Under-21 squad:

    Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian), David McEwan (Livingston), Allan McGregor (Rangers), Derek Soutar (Dundee).


    Gary Caldwell (Newcastle United), Peter Canero (Kilmarnock), Chris Doig (Nottingham Forest), Andrew Dowie (Rangers), Stuart Duff (Dundee United), Steven Hammell (Motherwell), John Kennedy (Celtic), Jamie McCunnie (Dundee United).


    Darren Fletcher (Manchester United), Stephen Hughes (Rangers), Brian Kerr (Newcastle United), Ian Murray (Hibernian), Jamie McFadden (Motherwell), Stephen Simmons (Heart of Midlothian), Michael Stewart (Manchester United).


    Darren Mackie (Aberdeen), Shaun Maloney (Celtic), Steven McLean (Rangers), Tom McManus (Hibernian), Garry O'Connor (Hibernian).

    Several players did not make the full squad, but seven have been put on stand-by: Kris Boyd (Kilmarnock), Simon Lynch (Celtic), Alan Morgan (Blackburn Rovers), Stephen Murray (Kilmarnock), David McCracken (Dundee Utd), Burton O'Brien (Blackburn Rovers - who almost made the South African World Cup squad) and Stephen Pearson (Motherwell).

    They could be used against Israel and Northern Ireland early next month.

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