Scots three face chop.
The trio were named in the Scotland squad to face Latvia and Estonia - despite being out of favour at their clubs.
But boss Craig Brown admitted: "I can't go on picking them indefinitely if they're not playing."
He also has worries over John Spencer, usually a sub for Chelsea, and the injured Ally McCoist, Gordon Durie, Tosh McKinlay and Stuart McCall.
But Wimbledon's Brian McAllister, Paul Lambert of Borussia Dortmund and Billy Dodds of Aberdeen were celebrating call-ups.
New names in the under-21 squad include Darren Dods of Hibs, Aberdeen's David Rowson, Andy Gray of Leeds, Gary Naysmith from Hearts and Clydebank's Gary Teale.
SQUAD: Boyd (Celtic), Burley (Chelsea), Calderwood (Tottenham), Collins (Monaco), Dodds (Aberdeen), Durie (Rangers), Gallacher (Blackburn), Gemmill (Notts For), Goram (Rangers), Hendry (B'burn), Jackson (Hibs), Jess (Coventry), Lambert (Borussia Dortmund), Leighton (Hibs), B. McAllister (Wimbledon), G. McAllister (Coventry), McCall, McCoist (Rangers), B. McKinlay (B'burn), T. McKinlay. McNamara (Celtic), Spencer (Chelsea), Walker (A'deen), Whyte (Middlesbrough).
UNDER-21'S: Bonar (Raith), Dods (Hibs), Germaine (West Brom), Gillies (St Mirren), Gray (Leeds), Hamilton (Dundee), Harper (Hibs), Jupp (Wimbledon), McCluskey (St.Johnstone), McCulloch (M'well), McKenzie (Hearts), Meldrum (Kilmarnock), Miller (Rangers), Naysmith, Ritchie (Hearts), Rowson (Aberdeen), Shields (Rangers), Teale (Clydebank).
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Sep 27, 1996|
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