This week it's CENTRE FORWARDS! To watch the video, click the triangle play button in the centre of the image above.

Each week, there is a new video which will explore international Scotland players from a different football position to help build your very own Scotland 'Dream Team'. We encourage you to write down your player choice each week from the options we provide and compare it to our Saints in the Community 'Dream Team' announced in Week 11. How many of your player choices will make it?!

We have created a Team Sheet which you can download and print should you wish to HERE.



This Spot the Ball action shot is from Douglas Park where Hamilton Accies are hosting Hibernian. It looks to be from the 1950's or early 60's and Condor Sliced Tobacco is the advert on the roof of the old main stand. Which square is the ball in?



Scotland vs England - 1960

Watch the 1960 highlights video by clicking the triangle play button in the centre of the image above.

With some added clues should you need them, can you now answer the following five questions:

1. Which Club did Eric Caldow sign for after leaving Rangers?
(Clue: Their nickname is ''The Binos" and they played at Annfield)
2. Eric Caldow's international career was ended after he suffered a broken leg in an international fixture. Who were the opposition and where was the game played?
(Clue: It was against the 'auld enemy')
3. Denis Law played Club football in Italy for a short time before returning to play in England. Which Italian Club did he play for?
(Clue: Their nickname is "The Bulls" and Fiat have their headquarters in the city)
4. Denis Law is famous for his bicycle-kick goal attempts. He also had a very distinct way of celebrating scoring a goal - what was it?
(Clue: It involved one of his limbs)
5. Graham Leggat's Club is listed as being Fulham. Which Club did he play for prior to signing for Fulham?
(Clue: It is the birthplace of Denis Law and at the time, this city was most famous for being a fishing port)