Saturday's Coca-Cola Championship final at Wembley may show some SPL clubs what they are missing out on in terms of Scottish talent. Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall is just one of a crop of Scottish talent which will be taking to the famous turf. Marshall made 50 appearances for Celtic before taking his talents down south in 2007 and he could be joined by as many as eight other Scots - who will all be battling for a place in the Premier League. Also in the Cardiff line-up will be former Rangers winger Chris Burke, former Aberdeen full-back Kevin McNaughton and midfielder Gavin Rae - once of Rangers and Dundee. Also hoping to feature will be ex-Motherwell defender Paul Quinn and striker Ross McCormack, another man who found first-team football hard to come by at Rangers. Blackpool have been carried to the brink of promotion by another unwanted Rangers man, Charlie Adam, while Stephen Dobbie and Stephen Crainey could all also feature in Ian Holloway's line-up.
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