( June 3 was the
deadline to submit the final roster.)
The list that Coach Craig Brown
presents is made up up of: (first number followed by a
period is the number on the shirt that will be worn by
Goalkeepers: 1. Jim
Leighton, 39 years of age(Aberdeen), 12. Neil Sullivan
(Wimbledon, England), 21. Jonathan Gould 30
Defenders: 3. Tom Boyd
32 (Celtic), 5. Colin Hendry 32 (Blackburn, England), 4.
Colin Calderwood 32 (Tottenham, England), 22. Christian
Dailly 24 (Derby County, England), 16. Michael Weir 28
(Hearts), 18. Matt Elliott 30 (Leicester, England), 6.
Tosh McKinlay 33 (Celtic), 19. Derek Whyte 30
Midfield: 8. Craig
Burley 26 (Celtic), 14. Paul Lambert 28 (Celtic), 11.
John Collins (Monaco, Monaco), 2. Jackie McNamara 24
(Celtic), 17. Billy McKinlay (Blackburn, England), 15.
Scot Gemmill 26 (Nottingham Forest, England).
Forwards: 7. Kevin
Gallacher 31 (Blackburn, England), 9. Gordon Durie 32
(Rangers), 10. Darren Jackson 31 (Celtic), 20. Scott
Booth 26 (Borussia Dortmund, Germany), 13. Simon Donnelly
Who did not make it:
Eoin Jess of Aberdeen or Rangers star Ally McCoist ,
35 are not included. G Andy Goram 33, because of excesses
in his private life. G Neil Sullivan 27, D David Weir 27,
M David Hopkin 27, M Gary McAllister 32, M Stuart McCall
33, F Billy Dodds 28, F John McGinlay 33.
Celtic pair Tosh McKinlay and
Darren Jackson are surprise call-ups to the Scotland
squad. McKinlay wins his place after two impressive
performances for the B team against Wales and Norway in
the last couple of months.
Celtic are heavily represented
with five other players in the squad -- Tom Boyd, Craig
Burley, Simon Donnelly, Paul Lambert and Jackie McNamara
all booking their ticket to the world Cup finals.
Aberdeen's central defender Derek Whyte is also included
after looking impressive in the 1-1 draw against Finland