Peter Martin and Alan Rough talk football with special guests.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Peter & Roughie's Football Show - Alan Rough - Netflix
Alan Roderick Rough (born 25 November 1951) is a Scottish former footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. Rough won over 50 caps and played in two FIFA World Cups for Scotland. He also had a long club career, principally with Partick Thistle and Hibernian. Since retiring as a player, Rough had a spell as manager of junior club Glenafton Athletic and has worked in the media, particularly on radio phone-in shows.
Peter & Roughie's Football Show - International career - Netflix
Rough played in two FIFA World Cup tournaments for Scotland, in 1978 and 1982. He played 53 times for his country, keeping a clean sheet in 16 of those games. At the time of his retirement, Rough was Scotland's most capped goalkeeper, but this record has since been broken by Jim Leighton. Rough's penultimate cap was won in the tragic circumstances of the 1–1 draw with Wales at Ninian Park, Cardiff in 1985. Rough came on as a half-time substitute for Leighton because Leighton had lost his contact lenses. The result, secured by a late Davie Cooper penalty kick, meant that Scotland qualified for a qualifying play-off against Australia, but manager Jock Stein collapsed and died at the end of the match. Rough was selected for the finals by Alex Ferguson, but only played in one further international.
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