List of Foreign Ligue 1 Players - Scotland

Scotland

  • Seton Airlie – Cannes – 1947–48
  • William John Aitken – Cannes, Antibes – 1932–34, 1937–39
  • John Baker Muir – Excelsior Roubaix – 1933–35
  • Eric Black – Metz – 1986–91
  • John Blane – Cannes – 1947–48
  • Alexander George Cheyne – SC Nîmes – 1932–34
  • John Collins – Monaco – 1996–98
  • John Donoghue – Excelsior Roubaix – 1932–35
  • Peter Dougall – Sète – 1932–33
  • William Dowall – Red Star – 1937–38
  • Thomas Dunsmore – Sète – 1946–47
  • Edward Edmunds – Red Star – 1932–33
  • Jamie Fullarton – Bastia – 1996–97
  • Allan Hutton – Cannes – 1947–48
  • Allan Johnston – Rennes – 1996–97
  • James Keenan – Red Star – 1937–38
  • Jeremiah Kelly – Rennes – 1933–34
  • Phillip McCloy – Rennes – 1933–34
  • Derek McInnes – Toulouse – 1999–2000
  • John Mac Gowan – Olympique Lillois – 1932–34
  • MacLaren – Cannes – 1947–48
  • Alexander Mac Lennan – Excelsior Roubaix – 1934–37
  • George Mills – Cannes – 1933–34
  • Bill Murray – RC Roubaix – 1937–38
  • George Nicol – RC Roubaix – 1935–37
  • Denis O'Hare – CA Paris – 1932–34
  • Harold O'Neill – Red Star – 1935–36
  • Thomas Francis Pritchard – Marseille – 1932–33
  • John Renwick – Excelsior Roubaix – 1935–36
  • Alexander Patterson Sherry – Marseille – 1932–33
  • Gary Smith – Rennes – 1996–97
  • George Alexander Smoker – Alès – 1932–33 and 1934–36
  • Ray Stephen – AS Nancy – 1986–87 and 1990–91
  • Ian Wallace – Brest – 1984–85
  • Andrew Wilson – SC Nîmes – 1932–34

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