Scottish football’s strangest squad numbers

Cherif Toure Maman signed for Livingston in 2001 and wore 91 - the number he wore when he played basketball
Cherif Toure Maman signed for Livingston in 2001 and wore 91 - the number he wore when he played basketball
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From Hicham Zerouali’s zero, to Cherif Toure Maman’s homage to his basketball jersey, we take a look at some of Scotland’s most outlandish squad numbers

Disclaimer: Under-20s players allocated higher numbers, who have made first-team appearances while wearing said numbers, are omitted from the list e.g. Anthony Ralston at Celtic, or Oli Shaw at Hibs. Everyone else is fair game, however.

Honourable mentions go to Celtic’s Olivier Kapo (77); Sander Puri of St Mirren (88); Jordon Love who wore 94 for Dundee United; Dundee pair Jeremy Malherbe (67) and Kevin Gomis (55) and Mohamadou Sissoko at Kilmarnock, who wore 88.