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Bobby Moncur

Bobby Moncur

Date of Birth: January 19, 1945 (age 72)

Appearances: 16

Goals: 0

Yellow Cards: 0

Red Cards: 0

Biography

Bobby Moncur played a total of 296 times in the famous black and white shirt of Newcastle United, scoring three goals - all of which came in the two-legged final of the 1969 Fairs Cup. In 1974 after captaining Newcastle in the FA Cup final, he was transferred to Sunderland, moving again to Carlisle United in 1976, where he ended his playing career.

 

Bobby played 16 times for Scotland between his debut in 1968, against the Netherlands, and a 1-0 defeat to England in May of 1972.

British International Championship
Date Home Team - Score - Away Team Goals Cards
27 May 1972 SCOTLAND   0 - 1   ENGLAND  
24 May 1972 SCOTLAND   1 - 0   WALES  
20 May 1972 SCOTLAND   2 - 0   NORTHERN IRELAND  
22 May 1971 ENGLAND   3 - 1   SCOTLAND  
18 May 1971 SCOTLAND   0 - 1   NORTHERN IRELAND  
15 May 1971 WALES   0 - 0   SCOTLAND  
25 Apr 1970 SCOTLAND   0 - 0   ENGLAND  
22 Apr 1970 SCOTLAND   0 - 0   WALES  
18 Apr 1970 NORTHERN IRELAND   0 - 1   SCOTLAND  
International Challenge Match
Date Home Team - Score - Away Team Goals Cards
26 Apr 1972 SCOTLAND   2 - 0   PERU  
21 Sep 1969 REPUBLIC OF IRELAND   1 - 1   SCOTLAND  
30 May 1968 NETHERLANDS   0 - 0   SCOTLAND  
U.E.F.A. European Championship Qualifier
Date Home Team - Score - Away Team Goals Cards
09 Jun 1971 DENMARK   1 - 0   SCOTLAND  
21 Apr 1971 PORTUGAL   2 - 0   SCOTLAND  
03 Feb 1971 BELGIUM   3 - 0   SCOTLAND  
11 Nov 1970 SCOTLAND   1 - 0   DENMARK  
Team Captain Goal Yellow Card Red Card
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