John SCALES

John Scales - England - English Caps 1995

Photo/Foto: Stuart Franklin

Date: 03 June 1995

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    • POSITION
      Central Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 04 July 1966
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Harrogate, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
  • CLUBS
  • Liverpool FC
    • Club Career Dates
      1994-1996
    • League Debut
      Saturday, 10th September 1994 in a 0-0 draw at home to West Ham United (Aged: 28)
    • Club Career
      65 League apps, 2 goals
  • Tottenham Hotspur
    • Club Career Dates
      1996-2000
    • League Debut
      Saturday, 21st December 1996 as a sub in a 1-1 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday (Aged: 30)
    • Club Career
      29 League apps (+4 as sub)
  • Wimbledon FC
    • Club Career Dates
      1987-1994
    • League Debut
      Saturday, 15th August 1987 in a 1-0 defeat at Watford (Aged: 21)
    • Club Career
      235 League apps (+5 as sub), 11 goals
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John SCALES - England - English Caps 1995

03/06/95 v Japan (H) W 2-1 (F)
Flowers, Gary Neville, Pearce, Scales,
Unsworth, Batty (Gascoigne), Anderton,
Platt, Beardsley (McManaman), Collymore
(Sheringham), Shearer
Scorers: Anderton, Platt (penalty)

08/06/95 v Sweden (H) D 3-3 (F)
Flowers, Barton, Le Saux, Cooper, Pallister
(Scales), Anderton, Barnes (Gascoigne), Platt,
Beardsley (Barmby), Sheringham, Shearer
Scorers: Shearer, Platt, Anderton

11/06/95 v Brazil (H) L 3-1 (F)
Flowers, Gary Neville, Pearce, Scales (Barton),
Cooper, Anderton, Platt, Batty (Gascoigne),
Le Saux, Sheringham (Collymore), Shearer
Scorer: Le Saux

Career Record: P3, W1, D1, L1
Goals: 0

(A product of the infamous Crazy Gang of Wimbledon,
the elegant central defender John Scales had long
shaken off the madness of the Dons and joined Liverpool
by the time Terry Venables called him up, along with
other fringe defenders David Unsworth, Colin Cooper
and ex Wimbledon teammate Warren Barton, for the
Umbro Trophy in the summer of 1995. Scales was the
only one of the bunch of four to feature in all three
games - a win over Japan, a draw with Sweden and a
defeat to Brazil - but although playing competently
enough he did not do enough to pursuade manager
Venables that he had a future at the very highest level.)