MORTON are credited for the 'Danish Invasion', instigated by their manager Haldane Y.

Stewart, which started in Scottish football in 1964...

IAN GARRITY (Greenock) -Who was the first Scandinavian player Hal Stewart brought to Greenock Morton, and what year was it? I believe it was goalkeeper Erik Sorensen and full-back Kai Johansen. They then moved to Rangers. Which one lasted the longest at Ibrox and what did Rangers pay Morton for them?

You are correct. Danish internationalist Sorensen signed for Morton from Odense Boldklub 1913 in March, 1964, and fellow-countryman Johansen followed from Odense in April, 1964.

Johansen moved to Rangers in June, 1965, for a reported fee of £20,000, and made 238 appearances at Ibrox over five seasons before moving to South Africa in 1970.

Sorensen moved to Rangers in July, 1967, for a reported fee of £30,000 and was at Ibrox for three seasons making 47 appearances before returning to Morton in 1970.

Rangers also signed a third Dane, Jorn Sorensen from Morton in August, 1965, for £15,000, and he was at Ibrox for just one season, playing 16 matches.

In his second spell with Morton, Sorensen played for Denmark in a 1-0 victory over Scotland in 1971.

CHARLIE HIGGINS (Viewpark) - A South African scored a hat-trick at Parkhead when Clyde beat Celtic 6-3. Can you give details of teams?

The South African involved was Alf Ackerman, and the game was on October 9, 1948, at Parkhead.

It was a League Cup section Division 1 match, and the scorers listed for Clyde were Wright (3), Ackerman, Campbell and Garth.

Celtic scorers were J. Gallagher (2) and Paton.

An attendance of 30,000 watched the match and the Celtic team was: Miller, Milne, Mallan, Evans, McGrory, McAuley, Weir, W. Gallacher, J. Gallacher, Sirrell, Paton.

At present we cannot trace the Clyde team, but will continue to pursue this.

COLIN (Cathcart) - If the teams in Scotland's Euro 2016 group are level on points at the end of the campaign, will results against Gibraltar be a factor in deciding who goes through?

There is a possibility this could be the case.

There are a number of qualification criteria which must be looked at first - head-to-head results; then goal difference, goals scored, and away goals scored involving only the teams in contention.

However, if the teams cannot be separated by these methods then the next step will be to look at goal difference in ALL group matches and this would, of course, include games against Gibraltar.