Robert Smyth McColl
He started his career at Queen's Park in 1894. McColl represented the Scottish League in 1901. He later played for Newcastle United. McColl remained in Newcastle for 3 years, and returned to play for Rangers in 1905. He returned to Queen's Park in 1907, although the 'return' of his amateur status had to be decided by the board of the club beforehand. McColl finished his football career in 1912, scoring 6 goals in his final game against Port Glasgow Athletic, a Scottish scoring record which stands to the present day.
McColl is now better known for lending his name to the newsagent chain RS McColl, which he set up in 1901 with his brother Tom. Due to this he became known as 'Toffee Bob'. He served as a sergeant in the Royal Army Service Corps during the First World War.
- Scores and results list Scotland's goal tally first.
|1||28 March 1896||Solitude Ground, Belfast||Ireland||1–0||3–3||BHC|
|2||28 March 1896||Solitude Ground, Belfast||Ireland||2–1||3–3||BHC|
|3||27 March 1897||Ibrox Park, Glasgow||Ireland||3–0||5–1||BHC|
|4||26 March 1898||Solitude Ground, Belfast||Ireland||2–0||3–0||BHC|
|5||18 March 1899||The Racecourse, Wrexham||Wales||2–0||6–0||BHC|
|6||18 March 1899||The Racecourse, Wrexham||Wales||5–0||6–0||BHC|
|7||18 March 1899||The Racecourse, Wrexham||Wales||6–0||6–0||BHC|
|8||25 March 1899||Celtic Park, Glasgow||Ireland||1–0||9–1||BHC|
|9||25 March 1899||Celtic Park, Glasgow||Ireland||4–0||9–1||BHC|
|10||25 March 1899||Celtic Park, Glasgow||Ireland||6–0||9–1||BHC|
|11||7 April 1900||Celtic Park, Glasgow||England||1–0||4–1||BHC|
|12||7 April 1900||Celtic Park, Glasgow||England||3–0||4–1||BHC|
|13||7 April 1900||Celtic Park, Glasgow||England||4–1||4–1||BHC|
- "Robert Smyth McColl – Scotland Football League Record from 16 Mar 1901 to 16 Mar 1901 clubs – Queens Park". Londonhearts.com. Retrieved 2016-01-21.
- Pattullo, Alan (14 November 2011). "Pat Crerand and Terry Butcher among new boys in Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. Johnston Press. Retrieved 14 November 2011.
- "Queen's Park And The Great War: 1914 To 1918" (PDF). p. 7. Retrieved 13 October 2016.