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#1 scotlandforever1

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 01:33 PM

Would it be possible for someone to list all away fixtures since 1997?

Both qualifiers and friendlies and scores if possible please .

If not does anyone know a website where I could find this info ?

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#2 portbhoypaddy

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 01:37 PM

Would it be possible for someone to list all away fixtures since 1997?

Both qualifiers and friendlies and scores if possible please .

If not does anyone know a website where I could find this info ?

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It will be on the scottish fa official site

If you compare the advantages in resources that Scotland enjoys over Norway - better location, easier access to market, world-class technology across a range of sectors, a whisky industry with world renowned premium brands, top universities, easier geography, a huge global diaspora willing us to do well and a great global brand - we should be considering Norway as our start point, not our end point. The fact that our aspirations are so low is a sad indictment of what the Union has done for Scotland.


#3 tartanpar

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 02:44 PM

Here are the away fixtures, i will let someone else add the scores

26/05/2012 USA 29/02/2012 Slovenia 11/11/2011 Cyprus 11/10/2011 Spain 08/10/2011 Liechtenstein 29/05/2011 Republic of Ireland 25/05/2011 Wales 27/03/2011 Brazil 09/02/2011 Northern Ireland 08/10/2010 Czech Republic 03/09/2010 Lithuania 11/08/2010 Sweden 14/11/2009 Wales 10/10/2009 Japan 12/08/2009 Norway 28/03/2009 Netherlands 10/09/2008 Iceland 06/09/2008 Macedonia 30/05/2008 Czech Republic 17/10/2007 Georgia 12/09/2007 France 06/05/2007 Faroe Islands 30/05/2007 Austria 28/03/2007 Italy 11/10/2006 Ukraine 06/09/2006 Lithuania 13/05/2006 Japan 11/05/2006 Bulgaria 12/10/2005 Slovenia 07/09/2005 Norway 17/08/2005 Austria 08/06/2005 Belarus 26/03/2005 Italy 13/10/2004 Moldova 03/09/2004 Spain 27/05/2004 Estonia 28/04/2004 Denmark 18/02/2004 Wales 18/11/2003 Netherlands 10/09/2003 Germay 20/08/2003 Norway 02/04/2003 Lithuania 20/11/2002 Portugal 12/10/2002 Iceland 07/09/2002 Faroe Islands 23/05/2002 Hong Kong 20/05/2002 South Africa 16/05/2002 South Korea 27/03/2002 France 05/09/2001 Belgium 25/04/2001 Poland 11/10/2000 Croatia 07/10/2000 San Marino 02/09/2000 Latvia 30/05/2000 Republic of Ireland 26/04/2000 Netherlands 17/11/1999 England 08/09/1999 Estonia 04/09/1999 Bosnia 09/06/1999 Czech Republic 05/06/1999 Faroe Islands 28/04/1999 Germay 05/09/1998 Lithuania 23/06/1998 Morocco 16/06/1998 Norway 10/06/1998 Brazil 30/05/1998 USA 23/05/1998 Columbia 12/11/1997 France 08/06/1997 Belarus 01/06/1997 Malta 30/04/1997 Sweden 11/02/1997 Estonia

It was the same again in 2013 but hopefully the Black can get a bit closer in 2014!


#4 scotlandforever1

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 02:53 PM

Thankyou very much!

#5 SteveMcD

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 03:15 PM

Would it be possible for someone to list all away fixtures since 1997?

Both qualifiers and friendlies and scores if possible please .

If not does anyone know a website where I could find this info ?

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Everything up to RoI last year is on the Londonhearts site

http://www.londonhea...sea/allres.html

As well as the archive on the SFA site

http://www.scottishf...e.cfm?page=2886

Edited by SteveMcD, 05 June 2012 - 03:21 PM.


#6 CraigieBrown

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 10:46 AM

Here are the away fixtures, i will let someone else add the scores

26/05/2012 USA 29/02/2012 Slovenia 11/11/2011 Cyprus 11/10/2011 Spain 08/10/2011 Liechtenstein 29/05/2011 Republic of Ireland 25/05/2011 Wales 27/03/2011 Brazil 09/02/2011 Northern Ireland 08/10/2010 Czech Republic 03/09/2010 Lithuania 11/08/2010 Sweden 14/11/2009 Wales 10/10/2009 Japan 12/08/2009 Norway 28/03/2009 Netherlands 10/09/2008 Iceland 06/09/2008 Macedonia 30/05/2008 Czech Republic 17/10/2007 Georgia 12/09/2007 France 06/05/2007 Faroe Islands 30/05/2007 Austria 28/03/2007 Italy 11/10/2006 Ukraine 06/09/2006 Lithuania 13/05/2006 Japan 11/05/2006 Bulgaria 12/10/2005 Slovenia 07/09/2005 Norway 17/08/2005 Austria 08/06/2005 Belarus 26/03/2005 Italy 13/10/2004 Moldova 03/09/2004 Spain 27/05/2004 Estonia 28/04/2004 Denmark 18/02/2004 Wales 18/11/2003 Netherlands 10/09/2003 Germay 20/08/2003 Norway 02/04/2003 Lithuania 20/11/2002 Portugal 12/10/2002 Iceland 07/09/2002 Faroe Islands 23/05/2002 Hong Kong 20/05/2002 South Africa 16/05/2002 South Korea 27/03/2002 France 05/09/2001 Belgium 25/04/2001 Poland 11/10/2000 Croatia 07/10/2000 San Marino 02/09/2000 Latvia 30/05/2000 Republic of Ireland 26/04/2000 Netherlands 17/11/1999 England 08/09/1999 Estonia 04/09/1999 Bosnia 09/06/1999 Czech Republic 05/06/1999 Faroe Islands 28/04/1999 Germay 05/09/1998 Lithuania 23/06/1998 Morocco 16/06/1998 Norway 10/06/1998 Brazil 30/05/1998 USA 23/05/1998 Columbia 12/11/1997 France 08/06/1997 Belarus 01/06/1997 Malta 30/04/1997 Sweden 11/02/1997 Estonia


Missed 4 out of the 73 away games on the list!!! And even one of those missed was one of those pointless B internationals under Bertie Vogts if I recall correctly!! Why the SFA term that as a full international now, I dont know.

Craigie

#7 jock strap

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 01:20 PM

Missed 4 out of the 73 away games on the list!!! And even one of those missed was one of those pointless B internationals under Bertie Vogts if I recall correctly!! Why the SFA term that as a full international now, I dont know.

Craigie


you should have a lot of they games under your belt.

you were the manager after all :d
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#8 tartanpar

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 01:32 PM

Missed 4 out of the 73 away games on the list!!! And even one of those missed was one of those pointless B internationals under Bertie Vogts if I recall correctly!! Why the SFA term that as a full international now, I dont know.

Craigie


The list i posted was full internationals. The B internationals were not included on that list.

It was the same again in 2013 but hopefully the Black can get a bit closer in 2014!


#9 Hairy Pete

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 01:51 PM

Missed 4 out of the 73 away games on the list!!! And even one of those missed was one of those pointless B internationals under Bertie Vogts if I recall correctly!! Why the SFA term that as a full international now, I dont know.

Craigie


I thought I was doing well with 30 out of the last 40...Well done!!

#10 CraigieBrown

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 04:57 PM

The list i posted was full internationals. The B internationals were not included on that list.


I thought the portugal game in Braga 2003 was a meaningless Bertie Vogts b-international?? At least it was billed as that initially - was this changed to a full international for some reason? Missed the 2 Kirin cup games in Japan - Scotlands last real trophy (Japan and Bulgaria)! Was working in Australia for a month. Missed the South Korea one as well as just could not fit it in but did make Hong Kong.

The 2 Scotland games in 1995 in the Kirin Cup in 1995 will not have many on here that went. There were 5 travelling fans there for the first game in Hiroshima and 4 for the second one. As an aside, I have not bumped into matching tartan tie and bunnet Charlie for a few years and Alan Ogg for a lot more years than that! Anyone know if they have given up on TA travelling?? They were the only 2 people travelling on the official Scotball tour for that trip! Charlie was utterly hilarious walking along the Geisha girls street in Kyoto! and that night was one of the highlights of all my TA travelling!

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#11 tartanpar

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Posted 16 June 2012 - 10:31 AM

I thought the portugal game in Braga 2003 was a meaningless Bertie Vogts b-international?? At least it was billed as that initially - was this changed to a full international for some reason? Missed the 2 Kirin cup games in Japan - Scotlands last real trophy (Japan and Bulgaria)! Was working in Australia for a month. Missed the South Korea one as well as just could not fit it in but did make Hong Kong.

The 2 Scotland games in 1995 in the Kirin Cup in 1995 will not have many on here that went. There were 5 travelling fans there for the first game in Hiroshima and 4 for the second one. As an aside, I have not bumped into matching tartan tie and bunnet Charlie for a few years and Alan Ogg for a lot more years than that! Anyone know if they have given up on TA travelling?? They were the only 2 people travelling on the official Scotball tour for that trip! Charlie was utterly hilarious walking along the Geisha girls street in Kyoto! and that night was one of the highlights of all my TA travelling!

Cheers
Craigie


No the game in Portugal was a full international and as far as I remember it always was.
Dont suppose you have your ticket stub from the games in Japan in 95? If so I would be very interested in buying them :-)

It was the same again in 2013 but hopefully the Black can get a bit closer in 2014!


#12 CraigieBrown

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Posted 17 June 2012 - 03:47 PM

No the game in Portugal was a full international and as far as I remember it always was.
Dont suppose you have your ticket stub from the games in Japan in 95? If so I would be very interested in buying them :-)


OK, fair enough about the Portugal match. I was under the impression that it was a B-international and in any case, under Vogts, it was such a waste of time under that incompetent eejit!

As for the Japan tickets, what is the market value of a pair of used tickets for the Japan 1995 matches (seriously!)? There will not be many of them hitting the market thats for sure - and even if they did, being entirely Japanese, you would need to get someone to confirm you were not just buying a used train ticket with the same date on it!! I know the programmes went crazy in price. I was actually in the pre-match press conference (I am not and never have been in the press) and got (was handed actually!) a couple of press packs (which included the match - no, tournament programme). I gave them to some TA programme collecting pals who had asked me to get them a programme! I saw a while back that people were paying £500+ for a Japan 1995 tournament programme. Pretty bonkers really when you consider it was mostly in Japanese! I think I still have a pile of teamsheets which I also picked up in the press area before the game. Even if any paper momentoes did survive the trip, most would be in a sorry state as it was amazing the match was able to be played with rain and 90% of the stadium uncovered - similar to the France - Ukraine match the other evening!

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#13 ReekySporran

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Posted 17 June 2012 - 04:23 PM

Craigie, the programme now fetches around £80-£100 as a few more have come onto the market in recent years.

The match tickets would probably sell for around the £30-£40 mark on ebay, as they are not very common (in fact I think its your scan I have on the website for the Japan game - I still need a scan of the Ecuador ticket).

If you have a pile of teamsheets for the games, I'll take one!
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#14 tartanpar

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Posted 24 June 2012 - 02:43 PM

OK, fair enough about the Portugal match. I was under the impression that it was a B-international and in any case, under Vogts, it was such a waste of time under that incompetent eejit!

As for the Japan tickets, what is the market value of a pair of used tickets for the Japan 1995 matches (seriously!)? There will not be many of them hitting the market thats for sure - and even if they did, being entirely Japanese, you would need to get someone to confirm you were not just buying a used train ticket with the same date on it!! I know the programmes went crazy in price. I was actually in the pre-match press conference (I am not and never have been in the press) and got (was handed actually!) a couple of press packs (which included the match - no, tournament programme). I gave them to some TA programme collecting pals who had asked me to get them a programme! I saw a while back that people were paying 500+ for a Japan 1995 tournament programme. Pretty bonkers really when you consider it was mostly in Japanese! I think I still have a pile of teamsheets which I also picked up in the press area before the game. Even if any paper momentoes did survive the trip, most would be in a sorry state as it was amazing the match was able to be played with rain and 90% of the stadium uncovered - similar to the France - Ukraine match the other evening!

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Craigie


Sorry I just saw this. The fact the prog is in Japanese makes no difference to prog collectors. At the time the prog went for up to 300 and kept its value for many years. Thay have turned up in numbers now and prob only worth a little over 50.
As for the tickets I would go along with Reekies guess, perhaps up to 50 each. If u wanted to sell I would certainly be interested.

It was the same again in 2013 but hopefully the Black can get a bit closer in 2014!