Sully in Scotland squad
Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).
Neil Sullivan has been named in Berti Vogts' latest Scotland squad to face both Denmark and the Faroe Islands.
Scotland play Denmark in a friendly at Hampden Park on August 21 followed by the Euro 2004 qualifier against the Faroe Islands in Svangaskard on September 7.
Squad: R Douglas (Celtic), P Gallacher (Dundee United), N Sullivan (Tottenham Hotspur); G Alexander (Preston North End); S Crainey (Celtic); C Dailly (West Ham United), M Ross (Rangers), R Stockdale (Middlesbrough), D Weir (Everton), L Wilkie (Dundee); B Ferguson (Rangers), S Gemmill (Everton), P Lambert (Celtic), Derek McInnes (West Bromwich Albion), K McNaughton (Aberdeen), D Matteo (Leeds United), G Naysmith (Everton), S Severin (Hearts), G Williams (Nottingham Forest); S Dobie (West Bromwich Albion), Allan Johnston (Middlesbrough), Kevin Kyle (Sunderland), N McCann (Rangers), Steven Thompson (Dundee United).