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- Jason Scotland well he is simply world class, scores goals inside and outside the Box, he's two footed, he's quick with ball at his feet, he has skill, he's laid back but confident in his own ability, good holding the ball up and bringing it down, not too bad in the air, good puttin balls out wide, running rings around the defenders and he has great strength as ball can just stick to him.
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1. We love u scotland, we love u scotland we do, we love u scotland we do, oooohhhhh scotland we love u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Tartan army r on the go with trinidad & tobago, Jason Scotland oooooooooooooooooooooooo
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Full name: Jason Kelvin Scotland
DOB: February 18th 1979 (age 29)
Place of birth: Morvant, Trinidad and Tobago
Height: 5ft 8in
Current club: Swansea City
1996–1998 San Juan Jabloteh
2001–2003 Defence Force
2003–2005 Dundee United
(60 app,10 goals)
2005–2007 St. Johnstone
(81 app,42 goals)
2007-present Swansea City
(96 app, 52 goals)
Total career stats:
(241 app, 104 goals)
(36 caps 8 goals)
Trinidad and Tobago Cup: 1
Trinidad and Tobago FCB Cup: 1
Scottish Cup Runner-up: 1
City of Discovery Cup: 1
Scotish First Division Team of the year :1
Football League One Title: 1
Football League One Top Scorer: 1
Football League One Team of the year: 1
After playing for Malick Senior Comprehensive School, Scotland went on to San Juan Jabloteh, Defence Force and Dundee United before joining United's Tayside rivals St. Johnstone on August 23, 2005.
Scotland made his belated entry into the national team by scoring the two goals that steered them to a 2-1 win over visiting Scottish Premier League side Dundee on January 19, 2003. Ian McCall, manager of city rivals Dundee United, soon brought him to Tannadice Park that summer after Scotland secured a work permit. He made his United debut on August 31, 2003 against Rangers and scored five times in his first nine starts in the league. In 2005 Scotland was force to return to Trinidad after his application for a work permit renewal was turned down. However, he had an application to play for St. Johnstone approved and did enough to warrant a place in Trinidad and Tobago's 2006 World Cup squad.
Scotland has also appeared in a national advertising campaign in Scotland for Irn-Bru - makers of the country's other national drink - with the "Scotland's going to the World Cup" catchphrase to coincide with the Trinidad and Tobago team's appearance in the 2006 competition while at the same time mocking the Scotland national football team's failure to qualify. The campaign features Jason in posters, newspaper and television adverts. Many Scots took to supporting the Trinidad and Tobago squad (seven of whose members play professionally in Scotland) in the 2006 Cup.
In September 2006, Scotland faced his former club Dundee United for the first time in a Scottish League Cup match, and scored the opening goal in a 3-0 victory. Despite his goal against his former club, he received a warm reception from the United fans.
On February 28, 2007, Scotland was the subject of racist taunts by a small section of Motherwell fans during St. Johnstone's visit to Fir Park in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup. He went on to score Saints' second goal in a 2-1 victory.
In April 2007, Scotland was one of three St. Johnstone players named in the SPFA's Scottish Division One 'Team of the Year', voted for by the managers. At the end of the 2006-07 season, in his two seasons with St. Johnstone, Scotland had scored 33 goals in 66 league games for the club, an average of one goal every two games.
On May 25, 2007 it was announced on Swansea City's official site that Scotland had signed for them for a nominal fee, subject to obtaining a work permit, which was granted on 4 July. Scotland scored on his debut as he helped The Swans to promotion to the Football League Championship, finishing the season with 29 goals in all competitions - the division's top scorer - and also earning himself a place in the team of the season.
Supported Liverpool as a child. Loves R&B and rap music. Scotland is also married.
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