Ally MacLeod (1977-1978)

Ally MacLeod
Born:
26 February 1931, Glasgow
Died:
1 February 2004
Appointed:
18 May 1977
Resigned:
26 September 1978
Aberdeen manager Ally MacLeod, was appointed in 1977 and the fans immediately took to him after he defeated England at Wembley. After World Cup qualification, he built up the hype of Scotland winning the World Cup, which was to lead to his downfall. After a poor World Cup and a losing start to Euro '80, he resigned.
Home Away  
P W D L F A W D L F A GD Win %
All Matches 17 3 2 1 10 5 4 3 4 16 16 +5 41.18
Competitive 6 1 0 0 3 1 2 1 2 9 9 +2 50
28/05/1977
Wales
British Championships 1977
A
D 0-0
01/06/1977
Northern Ireland
British Championships 1977
H
W 3-0
04/06/1977
England
British Championships 1977
A
W 2-1
15/06/1977
Chile
Friendly
A
W 4-2
18/06/1977
Argentina
Friendly
A
D 1-1
23/06/1977
Brazil
Friendly
A
L 0-2
07/09/1977
East Germany
Friendly
A
L 0-1
21/09/1977
Czechoslovakia
World Cup 1978 Qualifiers
H
W 3-1
12/10/1977
Wales
World Cup 1978 Qualifiers
N
W 2-0
22/02/1978
Bulgaria
Friendly
H
W 2-1
13/05/1978
Northern Ireland
British Championships 1978
H
D 1-1
17/05/1978
Wales
British Championships 1978
H
D 1-1
20/05/1978
England
British Championships 1978
H
L 0-1
03/06/1978
Peru
World Cup 1978 Finals
N
L 1-3
07/06/1978
Iran
World Cup 1978 Finals
N
D 1-1
11/06/1978
Holland
World Cup 1978 Finals
N
W 3-2
20/09/1978
Austria
Euro '80 Qualifiers
A
L 2-3