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The Scotland Squad at Euro 2020

Despite having to leave the tournament early, the Scotland team have shown that they played very tenaciously and impressively through the matches with stronger opponents. Let's look back at the outstanding faces of the whole squad via the below information from Betimate!
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1. HOW IS THE SCOTLAND SQUAD AT EURO 2020?

Euro 2020 is the third adventure of the Scottish players to the UEFA European Football Championship. After two times not passing the group stage at Euro 1992 and Euro 1996, they once again had to say bye with this summer’s tournament when finishing last behind England, Croatia, and the Czech Republic in Group D on 22 June 2021. On Twitter, the Scotland National Team sent sincere thanks to all their supporters.

 

Scotland say bye to Euro 2020

 

Despite having to leave the tournament early, the team have shown that they played very tenaciously and impressively through the matches with stronger opponents. These will be valuable experiences for them to make more efforts in the following seasons. Let's look back at the outstanding faces of the Scotland squad via the below information from Betimate!

 

Scotland squad for Euro 2020

2. WHO IS THE COACH OF THE SCOTLAND TEAM?

  • Full name:         Steve Clarke
  • Date of birth:     29 August 1963
  • Place of birth:    Saltcoats, Scotland
  • Height:               6’1’’ 
  • Positions:          Defender, Scotland manager

 

Stephen Clarke is the current manager of the Scotland national team. He is a Scottish former player and professional football manager. 

Clarke spent his senior career with St Mirren (1982-1987), Chelsea (1987-1998), and the Scotland national team (1987-1994). He won three major championships with Chelsea in his last playing years and was awarded Chelsea Player of the Year (1993-94).

 

He worked as an assistant coach at famous clubs like Newcastle United(1999), Chelsea(2004-2008), West Ham United (2008-2010), and Liverpool (2011-12012) after retiring as a player. Since then, he has managed West Bromwich Albion (2012-13) and Reading (2014-15). Clarke was appointed Kilmarnock manager in October 2017 after coaching at Aston Villa (2016). In May of this year, he was named manager of Scotland's national team. He took the national team to UEFA Euro 2020, their first major tournament for 23 years.

 

Coach Steve Clarke

3. SCOTLAND’S FULL 26 PLAYERS AT EURO 2020

GOALKEEPERS

David Marshall

  • Shirt Number:  1
  • Date of birth:    5 March 1985
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              6’3’’ 
  • Current Club:    Derby County
  • Position:           Goalkeeper

 

David James Marshall is a Scottish goalkeeper who now plays for Championship club Derby County as well as the Scotland national team.

Marshall began his professional career at Celtic, where he progressed through the youth system and played a key role in a European victory over Barcelona. Marshall joined Norwich City (on loan) in 2007 after losing his place at Celtic to Artur Boruc. In 2009, he joined Cardiff City and helped them gain promotion to the Premier League the following year. After 7 years of dedication to Cardiff City, he signed for Hull City from 2016 to 2019. He played for Wigan Athletic in the following year. Since 2020, he has played for Derby Country and become the club’s captain. 

 

Marshall debuted for Scotland at the full international level in 2004. Despite having to contend for much of his career for the goalkeeping spot in the national team alongside Craig Gordon and Allan McGregor, he has already won over 40 caps. Marshall was an important factor in Scotland's UEFA Euro 2020 qualification, making crucial saves in penalty shootouts against Israel and Serbia.

 

David Marshall

Craig Gordon 

  • Shirt Number:  12
  • Date of birth:    31 December 1982
  • Place of birth:   Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Height:              6’4’’ 
  • Current Club:    Heart of Midlothian
  • Position:           Goalkeeper

 

Craig Sinclair Gordon is a Scottish goalkeeper who currently plays for Heart of Midlothian. 

Gordon began his professional career with Heart of Midlothian. He spent 2001–02 on loan at Cowdenbeath before becoming Hearts' first-choice goalkeeper from 2003 to 2007, winning the Scottish Cup in 2005–06. From 2007 to 2012, he played for Sunderland but suffered many serious injuries during that period. Gordon joined Celtic in July 2014 after a two-year absence from the professional game.  Since then, he has helped Celtic win five Scottish league crowns, two Scottish Cups, and four Scottish League Cups, including an undefeated domestic treble in 2016–17. Gordon departed Celtic in June 2020 and rejoined Hearts. 

 

Between 2004 and 2010, Gordon was the regular goalkeeper for the Scotland national football team. He returned to the national squad in 2014 after treating his injury problems. Despite past injuries, he was awarded Scotland national football team roll of honor inductee in 2017, after making his fifty-first complete international appearance for the country. Gordon was named to the Euro 2020 team on May 19, 2021, at the age of 38. 

 

Craig Gordon

Jon McLaughlin 

  • Shirt Number:  21
  • Date of birth:    9 September 1987
  • Place of birth:   Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Height:              6’3’’ 
  • Current Club:    Rangers
  • Position:           Goalkeeper

 

Jonathan Peter McLaughlin is a Scottish goalkeeper who currently plays for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership. He previously joined Harrogate Railway Athletic (2006-070, Harrogate Town (2007-08), Bradford City (2008-14), Burton Albion (2014-17), Heart of Midlothian (2017-18), and Sunderland (2018-20). He won Football League Two (2014–15) and was awarded PFA Team of the Year (2015–16 League One) together with Burton Albion. He also made a new success with the Scottish Premiership title in the  2020–21 season. 

McLaughlin was first called up to the Scotland national team in March 2018, and then again in May 2018. On June 2, 2018, he made his first full international appearance in a 1–0 loss to Mexico.

 

Jon McLaughlin

DEFENDERS

Stephen O'Donnell 

  • Shirt Number:  2
  • Date of birth:    11 May 1992
  • Place of birth:   Bellshill, Scotland
  • Height:              6’0’’ 
  • Current Club:    Motherwell
  • Position:           Defender/ Right-back

 

Stephen Gerard O'Donnell is a right-back for Motherwell (2020-) and the Scotland national team. He has previously played for Partick Thistle (2011-2015), Luton Town (2015-2017), and Kilmarnock (2017-2020), 

In February 2013, O'Donnell made one appearance for Scotland's under-21 squad. He was called up to the Scotland national team for the first time in May 2018, for friendlies against Peru and Mexico. On May 29, 2018, O'Donnell made his full Scotland debut in a 2–0 loss to Peru.

 

Stephen O'Donnell

Andy Robertson 

  • Shirt Number:  3
  • Date of birth:    11 March 1994
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              5’10’’ 
  • Current Club:    Liverpool
  • Position:           Left-back

 

Andrew Henry Robertson is a Scottish professional footballer who captains the Scotland national team and plays as a left-back for Premier League club, Liverpool.

Robertson debuted for Queen's Park in 2012 before joining Dundee United a year later. He was named PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year and made his international debut as a result of his outstanding performance in his first season as a professional. He joined Hull City in July 2014 before moving to  Liverpool for an undisclosed fee in July 2017. In his first two seasons, he reached two UEFA Champions League finals, losing the first in 2018. He also had a UEFA Super Cup and a FIFA Club World Cup in 2019 with the present club. Due to his pace, intensity, and crossing ability, he is considered one of the best left-backs in the world. In May 2014, Robertson made his full international debut for Scotland, and in September 2018, he was named Scotland captain. He was a member of the team that competed in UEFA Euro 2020. 

 

Andy Robertson

Grant Hanley

  • Shirt Number:  5
  • Date of birth:    20 November 1991
  • Place of birth:   Dumfries, Scotland
  • Height:              6’2’’ 
  • Current Club:    Norwich City
  • Position:           Defender

 

Grant Campbell Hanley is a Scottish footballer who plays as a defender for Norwich City in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team. 

On May 9, 2010, Hanley made his Premier League debut for Rovers in a 1–0 win over Aston Villa. In July 2010, Hanley committed his future to Blackburn Rovers by signing a new five-year contract. Hanley signed a five-year contract with freshly relegated Championship team Newcastle United on July 21, 2016. However, he signed a four-year agreement with Norwich City for an undisclosed amount one year later on August 30, 2017. Hanley was first called up to the senior Scotland squad on February 1, 2011, ahead of the Nations Cup match against Northern Ireland. In the Nations Cup in Dublin on May 25, 2011, he made his full international debut as an 84th-minute substitute for Gary Caldwell.

 

Grant Hanley

Kieran Tierney 

  • Shirt Number:  6
  • Date of birth:    5 June 1997
  • Place of birth:   Douglas, Isle of Man
  • Height:              5’10’’ 
  • Current Club:    Arsenal
  • Position:           Defender

 

Kieran Tierney is a Scottish professional footballer who represents the Scotland national team and plays as a left-back or center-back for Premier League club Arsenal.

Tierney progressed through Celtic's junior system, making his first-team debut in April 2015 and his full international debut in March 2016. He won 3 Scottish Premiership titles, 2 Scottish Cups, and 2 Scottish League Cups together with Celtic.

He joined Arsenal in August 2019 for a reported sum of £25 million, a record fee for both a Scottish national and a Scottish league player. Here, he got a FA Cup and a FA Community Shield (2020). 

 

As of the present time, he has had many individual titles such as UEFA Champions League Breakthrough XI (2017), PFA Scotland Goal of the Season (2017–18), Celtic FC Goal of the Season (2017–18), etc. 

 

Kieran Tierney

Greg Taylor 

  • Shirt Number:  13
  • Date of birth:    5 November 1997
  • Place of birth:   Greenock, Scotland
  • Height:              5’9’’ 
  • Current Club:    Celtic
  • Position:           Left-back, Midfielder

 

Greg John Taylor is a Scottish footballer who now plays for Celtic and the Scotland national team. He is typically used at left-back as a defensive and midfield utility player.

He started his senior career at Kilmarnock in 2016. On September 2, 2019, Taylor agreed to a four-year contract with Celtic. Together with the new team, he won a Scottish Premiership title and a Scottish Cup in the 2019-20 season. 

 

In June 2019, Taylor was nominated to the complete Scotland squad for the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying matches. Following the injury to captain Andy Robertson, Taylor made his debut at left-back against the world's top-ranked team, Belgium, on June 11th, and played the entire match in Brussels as Scotland lost 3–0. Taylor's debut was praised as "excellent" by manager Steve Clarke.

 

Declan Gallagher 

  • Shirt Number:  15
  • Date of birth:    13 February 1991
  • Place of birth:   Rutherglen, Scotland
  • Height:              6’6’’ 
  • Current Club:    Aberdeen
  • Position:           Centre-back

 

Declan Patrick Gallagher is a Scottish professional footballer who plays center back for Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership and for the Scotland national team. 

 

Gallagher began his career with Celtic, but he never played in the senior squad. He did play a part in their Scottish Youth Cup victory in 2010. After that, he was loaned out to Stranraer to obtain the first-team experience. Despite his impressive performances while on loan, he was released and signed by Clyde before joining Dundee. Until 2014, he joined Livingston (2014-2016) and (2017-2019). 

He made his Scotland debut in November 2019 after joining Motherwell in the summer. Gallagher signed a two-year contract with Aberdeen in May 2021, which will begin when his Motherwell contract expires in the summer.

 

Declan Gallagher

Liam Cooper 

  • Shirt Number:  16
  • Date of birth:    30 August 1991
  • Place of birth:   Kingston upon Hull, England
  • Height:              6’2’’ 
  • Current Club:    Leeds United
  • Position:           Centre-back

 

Liam David Ian Cooper is a Scottish footballer who plays as a center-back for Leeds United in the Premier League and for the national squad of Scotland. 

 

Cooper progressed through Hull City's development system before making his first-team debut at the age of 16. Before joining Chesterfield in 2012, he was on loan to Carlisle United and Huddersfield Town. In 2014, he helped the Spireites gain promotion to League One before joining Leeds United the following year. He earned his senior Scotland debut in 2019, after previously playing for the Hull City under-17s and under-19s. 

 

Liam Cooper

Nathan Patterson 

  • Shirt Number:  22
  • Date of birth:    16 October 2001
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              6’0’’ 
  • Current Club:    Rangers
  • Position:           Right-back

 

Nathan Kenneth Patterson is a right-back for Scottish Premiership club Rangers and the Scotland national team.

Patterson signed a new Rangers deal on December 21, 2019, that would keep him at the club until 2022. He made his Ibrox Stadium debut on January 17, 2020, in a Scottish Cup match against Stranraer. On August 22, 2020, he made his league debut against Kilmarnock, coming on as a substitute in the 86th minute of a 2–0 win.

 

He has played for Scotland at several youth levels, up to and including the under-21s. In May 2021, Patterson was named to the entire national team for the first time, ahead of the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 tournament.

 

Nathan Patterson

Jack Hendry

  • Shirt Number:  24
  • Date of birth:    7 May 1995 
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              6’4’’ 
  • Current Club:   Celtic
  • Position:           Centre-back

 

Jack William Hendry is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for K.V. Oostende (2020-21) on loan from Celtic and for the Scotland national team. 

Hendry has played for Partick Thistle (2015), Wigan Athletic (2015-2017), and Dundee (2017-2018) in the past. He's also spent time on loan at Shrewsbury Town (2016), Milton Keynes Dons (2016), and Melbourne City (2020) in the A-League. He was named Sport Voetbal Belgian Pro League Player of the Season (2020–21). 

 

Jack Hendry

Scott McKenna 

  • Shirt Number:  26
  • Date of birth:    12 November 1996
  • Place of birth:   Kirriemuir, Scotland
  • Height:              6’2’’ 
  • Current Club:    Nottingham Forest
  • Position:           Defender

 

Scott Fraser McKenna is a defender for Championship club Nottingham Forest and the Scotland national team. 

Scott McKenna has previously signed for Aberdeen (2014-2020) and played on loans for Ayr United  (2015), Alloa Athletic (2016), and Ayr United (2016-17). Since 2020, he has been the player for Nottingham Forest. He was named to the entire national team in March 2018 and made his full international debut against Costa Rica on March 23. 

 

Scott McKenna

MIDFIELDERS

Scott McTominay

  • Shirt Number:  4
  • Date of birth:    8 December 1996
  • Place of birth:   Lancaster, England
  • Height:              6’4’’ 
  • Current Club:    Manchester United
  • Position:           Central midfielder

 

Scott Francis McTominay is a Scottish footballer who plays as a center midfielder for Manchester United and the national team of Scotland.

McTominay is a Manchester United youth system product who made his senior debut in May of 2017. He was born in England, but his Scottish father's roots make him play for Scotland. In March 2018, he earned his senior international debut, and he was a member of the team at UEFA Euro 2020. He was considered one of the most important players in the squad with a quick and impressive playing style. 

 

Scott McTominay

John McGinn 

  • Shirt Number:  7
  • Date of birth:    18 October 1994
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              5’10’’ 
  • Current Club:    Aston Villa
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

John McGinn is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays midfielder for Aston Villa in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team.

McGinn has previously played for St Mirren (2012-2015) and Hibernian (2015-2018). McGinn's good form continued at Aston Villa. He scored goals against Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday as Villa's form picked up heading into the final stages of the season. After being chosen as the club's Players' Player of the Season and Supporters' Player of the Season awards, McGinn scored the determining goals helping Aston win the Championship Playoff Final to be promoted to the Premier League. He represented Scotland's inn U19 and U21 teams. In March 2016, he made his full international debut. Being a talented midfielder, he tried his best at Euro 2020.

 

John McGinn

Callum McGregor 

  • Shirt Number:  8
  • Date of birth:    14 June 1993 
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              5’10’’ 
  • Current Club:    Celtic
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

Callum William McGregor is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Celtic in the Scottish Premiership and for the Scotland national team. He started his career for Celtic in 2013 after more than a decade playing impressively for the Celtic young team. He also played the first senior season for Notts County on a loan deal. Together with his teammates, he has had 6 Scottish Premiership titles, 4 Scottish Cups, and 4 Scottish League Cups. 

 

Besides, he has represented Scotland at every junior and full international level. He scored the only goal for the Scotland team in the match against Croatia at the Euro 2020’s group stage although the team was defeated 3-1. 

 

Callum McGregor

Ryan Christie

  • Shirt Number:  11
  • Date of birth:    22 February 1995
  • Place of birth:   Inverness, Scotland
  • Height:              5’10’’ 
  • Current Club:    Celtic
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

Ryan Christie is a midfielder for Celtic in the Scottish Premiership and for the Scotland national team. 

Before joining Celtic in 2015, he started his career with Inverness Caledonian Thistle (2013-2015) and spent two seasons on loan at Aberdeen (2017-2018). He's also played for Scotland's under-21 and senior national teams for many years.

 

Ryan Christie

John Fleck 

  • Shirt Number:  14
  • Date of birth:    24 August 1991
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              5’7’’ 
  • Current Club:    Sheffield United
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

John Alexander Fleck is a Scottish footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Sheffield United in the Championship.

He began his career with Rangers(2007-2012), making his senior debut at the age of 16 in 2008, and was hailed as a future star in the media. He later went on loan to Blackpool(2012). Fleck moved to Coventry City in 2012 and stayed there until 2016, when he joined Sheffield United, where he helped the club gain two promotions in three years, advancing from League One to the Premier League.

Apart from winning cups with his teams, he also had individual titles for his great performances. They are a Coventry City Player of the Year Award (2015-16) and two Sheffield United Player of the Year Awards (2016-17, 2017-18). 

 

Fleck was called up to the Scottish senior team for the first time in November 2018 after playing for Scotland at the under-21 level. With his excellent abilities, he is one of the spine members in the Scotland squad. 

 

John Fleck

Stuart Armstrong 

  • Shirt Number:  17
  • Date of birth:    30 March 1992 
  • Place of birth:   Inverness, Scotland
  • Height:              6’0’’ 
  • Current Club:    Southampton
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

Stuart Armstrong is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Southampton in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team. Armstrong began his professional career at Dundee United, where he made his debut in 2010 and went on to appear in nearly 150 games. He joined Celtic in February 2015 and has since helped them win four Scottish league titles and two domestic trebles in a row. In June 2018, he joined Premier League club Southampton.

 

Armstrong made his full international debut in 2017, after representing Scotland at under-19 and under-21 levels. In 2013, he was named the SFWA Young Player of the Year, and he has been three times in the PFA Scotland Team of the Year for the Scottish Premiership. He's also been nominated for the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award twice.

 

Stuart Armstrong

David Turnbull 

  • Shirt Number:  18
  • Date of birth:    10 July 1999
  • Place of birth:   Carluke, Scotland
  • Height:              6’1’’ 
  • Current Club:    Celtic
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

David Turnbull is a Scottish professional footballer who represents Celtic and the Scotland national team as a midfielder. He started his career at Motherwell (2017-2020) and moved to play for Celtic in 2020. At a very young age, he gained a lot of individual awards for his performances. He was the SFWA Young Player of the Year (2018–19), PFAS Young Player of the Year (2020–21), MFC Fans' Player of the Year (2018–19), MFC Goal of the Season (2018–19), Celtic FC Player of the Year (2020–21), Celtic FC Young Player of the Year (2020–21), etc. 

 

In May 2021, he was named to the entire national team for the first time, ahead of the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 tournament. He made his start in a friendly against the Netherlands on June 2, 2021.

 

David Turnbull

Ryan Fraser 

  • Shirt Number:  20
  • Date of birth:    24 February 1994
  • Place of birth:   Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Height:              5’4’’ 
  • Current Club:    Newcastle United
  • Position:            Midfielder, Right-back

 

Ryan Fraser is a winger for Newcastle United in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team. He has played for the Aberdeen club (2010-2013), Bournemouth (2013-2020), and Ipswich Town (2015-16, loan deal) in the past. He was awarded Scottish Premier League Young Player of the Month (September 2012, October 2012), EFL Young Player of the Month (August 2015), AFC Bournemouth Supporters' Player of the Year (2018–19), AFC Bournemouth Players' Player of the Year (2018–19). 

He played for Scotland at the under-19 and under-21 levels before making his full international debut in June 2017.

 

Ryan Fraser

Billy Gilmour

  • Shirt Number:  23
  • Date of birth:    11 June 2001
  • Place of birth:   Irvine, Scotland
  • Height:              5’7’’ 
  • Current Club:    Chelsea
  • Position:            Midfielder

 

Billy Clifford Gilmour is a Scottish professional footballer who now plays for Chelsea in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team.

Gilmour formerly played for Rangers(2009-2017), when he progressed through the club's academy and began training with the first team squad when he was 15 years old. After turning down a professional deal with Rangers, he joined Chelsea in 2017 who won the UEFA Champions League (2020–21) and the FA Cup runner-up (2020–21).

He's played for Scotland at the under-16, under-17, and under-21 levels before becoming a member in the final 26-man squad joining the 2020 Euro tournament.

 

Billy Gilmour

FORWARDS

James Forrest 

  • Shirt Number:  25
  • Date of birth:    7 July 1991 
  • Place of birth:   Prestwick, Scotland
  • Height:              5’7’’ 
  • Current Club:    Celtic
  • Position:            Midfielder, Forward

 

James Forrest is a winger for Celtic in the Scottish Premiership and for the Scotland national team.

In the 2009–10 season, Forrest made his first team debut after joining Celtic's development academy in 2003. He was widely considered as one of Scotland's brightest promising talents when he was a young player. He has evolved to become a crucial figure in Celtic's great era, which has seen them win nine consecutive league titles.

 

Forrest represented Scotland at every level of youth, earning 13 caps for the under-19 squad and scoring two goals, as well as four caps for the under-21 team. On May 29, 2011, he made his senior international debut against the Republic of Ireland.

Forrest is most comfortable on the right-wing, but he can also play on the left or as a striker. Forrest is a speedy player with excellent ball control and dribbling ability. He has wonderful fitness levels and can play at a high level for the whole game.

 

James Forrest

Lyndon Dykes 

  • Shirt Number:  9
  • Date of birth:    7 October 1995 
  • Place of birth:   Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
  • Height:              6’2’’ 
  • Current Club:    Queens Park Rangers
  • Position:            Striker, Forward

 

Lyndon John Dykes is a Scottish association football striker who plays for Queens Park Rangers in the Championship and for the national squad. 

Dykes formerly signed for many clubs. He played in Australia for Mudgeeraba (2013), Merrimac (2014), Redlands United (2015), and Surfers Paradise Apollo (2016), as well as in Scotland for Queen of the South (2014-15; 2016-2019)) and Livingston (2019-20). On 18 August 2020, he signed a four-year contract with Queens Park Rangers for a reported sum of £2 million. 

 

Dykes was called up for the first time in the Scotland squad for the UEFA Nations League matches against Israel and the Czech Republic on August 25, 2020.   On September 4, 2020, he made his international debut in a 1–1 tie with Israel, and a few days later scored his first goal for Scotland in a 2–1 triumph over the Czech Republic.

 

Lyndon Dykes

Ché Adams 

  • Shirt Number:  10
  • Date of birth:    13 July 1996
  • Place of birth:   Leicester, England
  • Height:              5’9’’ 
  • Current Club:    Southampton
  • Position:            Forward

 

Ché Fred Adams is a Scottish footballer who plays as a forward for Southampton in the Premier League and for the Scotland national team.

Adams started his senior career with non-league clubs Oadby Town (2012-13) and Ilkeston (2013-14) before joining Sheffield United in late 2014. He made 47 League One appearances there. On 8 August 2016, he signed an undisclosed fee three-year contract with Birmingham City. Adams then signed a five-year contract with Southampton on July 1, 2019, for a rumored cost of £15 million. He made his Premier League debut against Burnley on August 10th, losing 3–0. 

 

In 2015, he represented his home country of England at the under-20 level. He is of Scottish heritage and earned his senior debut in 2021, as well as playing in the postponed UEFA Euro 2020. Adams was described by Ilkeston club’s manager that "his biggest asset is that knack of changing games in the blink of an eye". He is a talented and quick player on the field.

 

Ché Adams

Kevin Nisbet 

  • Shirt Number:  19
  • Date of birth:    8 March 1997
  • Place of birth:   Glasgow, Scotland
  • Height:              5’11’’ 
  • Current Club:    Hibernian
  • Position:           Centre-forward

 

Kevin Nisbet is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership and for the Scotland national team as a center-forward. 

He has previously played for East Stirlingshire (2015), Ayr United (2016-17), and Dumbarton (2018) on loans from Partick Thistle (2014-2018), Raith Rovers (2018-2019), and Dunfermline Athletic (2019-2020) before moving to Hibernian on 10 July 2020 for an undisclosed fee four-year contract.

 

Nisbet gained his first Scotland call-up on March 16, 2021, ahead of 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Austria, Israel, and the Faroe Islands. He was named to Scotland's team for the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 tournament, and he scored his first international goal against the Netherlands in a pre-tournament friendly.

 

Kevin Nisbet

REFERENCE SOURCES

  • https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/teams/117--scotland/squad/
  • Wikipedia
Harry Siuu
Written by: Harry Siuu
a specialized football specialist with over ten years' experience as a football journalist who works for Betimate.com.

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6 Brighton 31 19 9 4 6 37 27 10
7 Fulham 31 21 9 4 8 32 30 2
8 Brentford 30 20 7 9 4 32 28 4
9 Liverpool 29 19 8 5 6 34 25 9
10 Chelsea 29 20 8 5 7 22 21 1
11 Aston Villa 28 20 8 4 8 23 27 -4
12 Crystal Palace 24 20 6 6 8 18 27 -9
13 Nottm Forest 21 20 5 6 9 16 35 -19
14 Leicester 18 20 5 3 12 28 35 -7
15 Leeds 18 19 4 6 9 26 33 -7
16 West Ham 18 20 5 3 12 17 25 -8
17 Wolverhampton 17 20 4 5 11 12 30 -18
18 Bournemouth 17 20 4 5 11 19 42 -23
19 Everton 15 20 3 6 11 15 28 -13
20 Southampton 15 20 4 3 13 17 35 -18