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Alan Pattullo's Euro 2020 diary: The Maradona of the Carpathians, feta cheese and when North Korea came to stay in Darlington; Scotland are only the latest international side to be able to claim to have stayed in Darlington, or at least a few miles outside it, during a major international football tournament. Jun 14, 2021 337
Today is a good day: Our Euro 2020 moment is here - Scotland has its ball back; On the evening of 23 June, 1998 a tousle-haired Scot in St Etienne reacted to the sound of referee Ali Bujsaim's final whistle by angrily booting the ball high into the stand at the Stade Geoffrey-Guichard stadium. Jun 14, 2021 1044
Craig Levein: Former Hearts and Scotland boss opens up on Brechin City role, going for jobs in UAE and India and excitement for Euro 2020; The country is gripped by Euro 2020 fever and Craig Levein is discussing ways of re-planting a hedge. When the hedge involved is Brechin City's famous foliage, it does deserve to be considered a matter of national importance. Jun 13, 2021 2127
Euro 2020: Steve Clarke on missing bus for Argentina '78 and hoping Scotland get feel for future tournaments; Steve Clarke does not tend to like getting carried away so it's maybe just as well he missed the infamously premature outpouring of emotion as Scotland were given a rapturous send-off ahead of the 1978 World Cup. Jun 13, 2021 1039
This is the Scotland team we would pick to face Czech Republic; There has been so much debate about how the Scotland football team will line up against Czech Republic at Hampden Park that Steve Clarke has stopped talking about it. Jun 13, 2021 586
Alan Pattullo's Euro 2020 Scotland diary: Day Two in Darlington - spygate fears quashed and ... anyone for cricket? Visitors to Scotland's Euro 2020 training base at Rockliffe Park, outside Hurworth in County Durham, were intrigued to see vast sheets of tarpaulin around the primary training pitch used by manager Steve Clarke and his players. Jun 12, 2021 427
Rangers starlet Nathan Patterson relives Covid mistake, phonecalls, what Steven Gerrard did and his Scotland rise; Every teenager will be able to relate to the unwelcome morning wake-up call. It's just that in Nathan Patterson's case, the nagging parent was, in fact, Rangers manager Steven Gerrard. Jun 12, 2021 1077
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor on threat of being dropped for Billy Gilmour ahead of huge Scotland game; Callum McGregor has admitted his Scotland place is under severe threat following the emergence of Chelsea's Billy Gilmour. Jun 12, 2021 433
Alan Pattullo's Euro 2020 diary: Boro legend Bernie Slaven's spat with local farmer and why we don't want to spot any goalies driving to Barnard Castle; A bar in Glasgow is currently receiving pelters for not displaying an England flag as part of its pre-Euro 2020 decoration. Jun 11, 2021 414
Scotland and Leeds United defender Liam Cooper on his unique status, Covid recovery and 'mental' year; He might have been struck down with a bout of Covid-19 but that hasn't stopped Liam Cooper enjoying the time of his life in the last 12 months. Jun 11, 2021 1012
Why Chelsea's Billy Gilmour is now a serious contender for Euro 2020 Scotland starting place; And now the serious business begins. Jun 6, 2021 1050
Steve Clarke says Scotland are in a 'very good place' as youngsters impress ahead of Euro 2020; Steve Clarke believes Scotland are now as ready as they ever will be ahead of the country's first men's major finals appearance since 1998 after a win in their last warm-up game. Jun 6, 2021 623
Euro 2020: Rise and rise of Scotland's Declan Gallagher - prison, fatherhood and role of mentor Jim Duffy; No one could interpret Declan Gallagher's career as being a case of too much, too soon. He has little problem appreciating everything he has now. Jun 5, 2021 1036
Why Scott McTominay's 'freed-up' Scotland spaceisn't making life any easier for Declan Gallagher; Declan Gallagher does not believe the likely employment of Scott McTominay in midfield will make his task of reclaiming a defensive place any easier. Jun 5, 2021 401
Steve Clarke on Scotland contract talks, why he chose Netherland test, and Covid scare; Scotland manager Steve Clarke has welcomed reports that Ian Maxwell, the SFA chief executive, is preparing to offer him a new contract after Euro 2020. Jun 2, 2021 603
Quiz masters, coffee club, and John McGinn's booming voice: How Scotland's Euro 2020 squad cope with Covid protocols; Trying to foster a close team spirit while maintaining the regulation degree of distance from one another. This is the challenge facing the current Scotland squad as they aim to gel off the field as well as on it. Jun 2, 2021 994
Kevin Nisbet on first Scotland goal and giving himself chance for shock Czech Republic start; Kevin Nisbet has described scoring his first goal for his country as the "pinnacle of his career". Jun 2, 2021 371
Scotland manager Steve Clarke on Billy Gilmour debut and why Kevin Nisbet goal didn't surprise him in 2-2 draw with Netherlands; Steve Clarke gave Billy Gilmour a first cap before the teenager had even trained with the team and saw Kevin Nisbet open his international goal account. Jun 2, 2021 547
How Kevin Nisbet's poignant strike helped Scotland overcome Covid call-offs in morale-boosting draw with Netherlands; On the evidence of this outing, Scotland do not have much to worry about when the Euros kick-off in earnest later this month. Jun 2, 2021 1044
Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and the Scotland Euro 2020 story inspiring the next generation; Scotland qualifying for Euro 2020 and young stars such as Billy Gilmour and Nathan Patterson being included in the squad has led to a huge increase in engagement with the international side from the younger generation. Jun 1, 2021 1039
Scott McKenna on being back at Aberdeen and sympathy for Andrew Considine; In recent times, whenever Scott McKenna was under discussion, the theme was often how quickly - and for the better - life had changed for him. May 31, 2021 1033
Lyndon Dykes lifts lid on secret Highlands training camp with two former Scotland stars; Lyndon Dykes hopes a training programme in the Highlands under the supervision of two former Scotland internationals will give him an extra edge ahead of Euro 2020. May 31, 2021 601
Scotland boss Steve Clarke set for contract talks amid Celtic speculation; The Scottish Football Association will sit down with Steve Clarke to discuss a new deal whatever happens at the forthcoming European Championships. May 31, 2021 606
How Dundee went from trying to buy Dundee United to selling a painting from Dens Park to survive; It was certainly a bold choice of picture to choose to mock up when seeking to illustrate a story. Jim McLean wearing a wedding dress was always going to catch people's attention. May 30, 2021 1402
How Grant Hanley consoled "devastated" Norwich team-mate Kenny McLean and followed the long road back from international wilderness under Steve Clarke; Hearing from Grant Hanley feels like being transported to another era. Still only 29, he is the longest serving Scotland outfield player named in Steve Clarke's Euro 2020 squad having made his debut as a teenager as long ago as 2011. May 29, 2021 1001
Chelsea Champions League win for Billy Gilmour would bring huge pre-Euro 2020 buzz to Scotland camp, says Steven Reid; Steven Reid hopes Billy Gilmour has a particularly precious item in his baggage when he meets up with the Scotland squad in Portugal next week. May 28, 2021 603
Charlie Adam on the difference Dundee fans can make as Dens Park opens doors for final promotion push; It won't have quite the same atmosphere he will remember from his days in the South Enclosure, where Charlie Adam grew up watching football as a young Dundee fan. May 17, 2021 611
Pat Nevin memoir: from sipping raspberry tea out of china cups with Morrissey to not signing for Celtic; It says everything about Pat Nevin that, as detailed in his new memoir, top of his list of chief regrets is a somewhat left-field entry linked not to football, but to music. May 15, 2021 1010
St Johnstone's trying training schedule for Hibs Scottish Cup final laid bare; Callum Davidson is resigned to trying to plot a famous Scottish Cup victory on the back of just two full days of training. May 15, 2021 546
Dundee manager James McPake: "Baiting of Charlie Adam annoyed me"; James McPake admitted Dundee were given a "bit of a fright" by Raith Rovers after they lost the second leg of their Premiership play-off semi-final. May 15, 2021 391
It's far from straightforward as nervy Dundee reach Premiership play-off final despite second-leg loss to Raith Rovers; Nobody who has followed the fortunes of Dundee with even a casual interest will be remotely surprised by the drama involved in executing what seemed a relatively straightforward task. May 15, 2021 599
Stephen Glass opens up on Hibs spell - but Aberdeen will keep making fist of it; Stephen Glass has particularly keen insight into just how determined Hibs are to secure third place in the Premiership at Pittodrie tonight. May 12, 2021 593
Dundee manager James McPake has sympathy for opposite number but believes chalked-off Raith goal is "karma"; Dundee manager James McPake has sympathy for Raith Rovers after they had a perfectly good goal chalked-off for offside but he believes it is "karma" for recent decisions that have gone against his side in recent weeks. May 12, 2021 243
John McGlynn praises Dundee's Charlie Adam "and his magic wand" but wonders why linesman's flag made Raith equaliser disappear; Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn described Charlie Adam "and his magic wand" as the deciding factor in his side's 3-0 defeat to Dundee. May 12, 2021 331
Raith 0-3 Dundee: Poke in eye turns to sickening punch for Rovers as Dees make huge statement of intent; John McGlynn got a poke in the eye during Raith's last game. He landed a sickening punch in the guts here, one that might prove far more wounding than the gash his own spectacles left above his left eye amid the celebrations after his side's second goal against Dunfermline on Saturday. May 12, 2021 556
James McPake in play-off ploy as Dundee prepare for first two-legged tie since 2003 clash with Serie A side; James McPake might still only be 36, barely older than several of his players, but he's become a wily operator in his short time as Dundee manager. May 11, 2021 1054
Raith star believes semi-final play-off pressure all on Dundee after making hash of Hearts title challenge; After recovering from Covid-19 and battling back following a succession of serious knee injuries, Lewis Vaughan is hardly going to start fretting about a high stakes play-off battle with Dundee. May 10, 2021 602
Dundee United skipper Mark Reynolds on deserted Hampden kickabouts and wanting to follow in the footsteps of duo; Mark Reynolds is used to the Hampden echoes since they are what he heard when he was a boy dreaming about being involved in occasions like today, when he leads out Dundee United against Hibs at the national stadium. May 8, 2021 589
Better than Kris Boyd? From THAT Hibs picture to goal King of the South, a tribute to Stephen Dobbie; As a portrayal of hyper, sinew-straining emotion, it's hard to beat. The photograph of several floodlit figures, breaking away from the centre circle in joyous abandon, captures a flickering moment in time 17 years ago. May 8, 2021 1088
Pride and pain for John McGlynn as Raith Rovers seal Premiership play-off semi-final with Dundee amid Keystone Cops touchline antics; The floodlights were on well before kick-off and the cuffs of several players were pulled down over hands. On a grotty day in Fife, Raith got the required dirty - and sometimes painful - work done. May 8, 2021 1031
"All to play for against Dundee," says Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn as Kirkcaldy side beat rivals to seal semi play-off place; Raith Rovers manager John McGlynn believes next week's Premiership play-off semi final clash with Dundee hangs in the balance after previous encounters this season. May 8, 2021 358
Dundee United boss Micky Mellon discusses Hampden love-affair and Lawrence Shankland's big chance; It is one of the quirks of this pandemic-affected season that Micky Mellon has already been to a Scottish Cup final this season. May 7, 2021 545
Ryan Hedges looks as good as new as he praises Aberdeen physios after they keep his slim Euro 2020 dream alive; As is customary after a player returns following a long injury, Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass referred to Ryan Hedges as being "like a new signing" on Saturday. May 3, 2021 604
Cometh the hour, cometh the hairband for Aberdeen - and they should sign Jay Emmanuel-Thomas; Ryan Hedges' near three-month absence though injury coincided with Aberdeen's dreadful run of form earlier this year. May 2, 2021 751
Premier Sports deal shows Neil Doncaster and SPFL are never able to win; Poor Neil Doncaster - and it's not often anyone says that. He's damned if he does and damned if he doesn't. But that's what happens when you are chief executive of the SPFL. May 1, 2021 299
Rangers and Celtic exits make us forget the game is in good place; The "recency effect" is the name given to a tendency to remember the most recently presented information most vividly. For example, compilers of all-time best albums often seem to suffer from this syndrome - or at least those voting do. May 1, 2021 597
Stephen Glass: I made sure Aberdeen players knew half-time score at Hibs; Aberdeen players were made fully aware they had been handed a lifeline in their bid to overhaul Hibs in third place with a half-time score bulletin from Easter Road. May 1, 2021 358
No fairytale end for Stephen Dobbie as Dundee secure second spot after win over Queens; Dundee picked the right time to hit second spot for the first time this season. Apr 30, 2021 571
James McPake: I did wonder what team Hearts would field v Raith - it's only natural; James McPake has stressed he is determined to join Hearts in the top-flight after Dundee secured a semi-final play-off place. Apr 30, 2021 384
From Michel Platini led applause to barbed tweets from East Stirlingshire - where's the love for Brechin City gone? It was the first and perhaps last time Brechin will ever be able to lay claim to being the centre of the football world. Apr 29, 2021 2164
Dundee's Jason Cummings back on penalties and in the mood for play-offs: 'Not the end of the world if you don't finish second'; If promotion was calculated on levels of insouciance displayed by a team's principal striker, then Jason Cummings' Dundee would be hosed and dried already. Apr 26, 2021 604
Scottish football turnstiles to click again after green light for some fans in May; Scottish football is preparing to hear the click of turnstiles again with a limited number of fans set to be allowed back from 17 May. Apr 25, 2021 650
Alan Pattullo: Rangers hero's presence at London ceremony demonstrates enduring legacy of Scottish football's black pioneer; In the week that Queen's Park confirmed their promotion to League One, and the gateway to who knows what else for the ambitious club, it seems appropriate that one of their greatest-ever players should be celebrated anew. Apr 24, 2021 605
Alan Pattullo: English fan power will scupper latest plans for British Super League involving Rangers and Celtic; Just because complete revolution was avoided earlier this week when a proposed European Super League imploded, that does not mean radical change is not on the horizon. Apr 24, 2021 597
Dundee manager James McPake: Every Hearts player is under severe scrutiny; Dundee manager James McPake is confident Hearts will give Raith Rovers a tough examination on Friday night because he knows the demands of playing for one of the two big Edinburgh teams. Apr 24, 2021 397
How Dundee beat Raith to keep second hopes alive - but a favour from Hearts is needed; Unlike the last time these two teams met at Dens Park, when Dundee left themselves vulnerable after they failed to build on a 1-0 lead and conceded an equaliser at the very end, the hosts struck what proved a precious second goal before half-time. Apr 24, 2021 583
Former Rangers hero on British League plans and why he wishes it had been in place seven years ago; Stuart McCall has poured cold water on renewed talk of Rangers and Celtic being parachuted into the English game to take part in a British league. Apr 23, 2021 643
Excitement, dismay and potential skulduggery - why the Scottish Championship trumps any Super League; Almost 35 years to the day from Albert Kidd-administered heartbreak, Hearts could find themselves helping Dundee along the way to joining them in the Premiership. Apr 22, 2021 1044
Inverness Caledonian Thistle CEO reveals Hearts title gesture ahead of key clash; Inverness Caledonian Thistle chief executive Scot Gardiner has confirmed that his players will perform a guard of honour for Hearts ahead of Saturday's Championship fixture at Tynecastle. Apr 21, 2021 589
Happy end to fable of the England strikers' coach and the centre-forward who couldn't score as Aberdeen hit net seven times; Ross McCorie has detailed the impact of assistant manager Allan Russell after the 40-year-old's arrival coincided with Aberdeen hitting the net on seven occasions against Livingston. Apr 19, 2021 605
Aberdeen score seven goals shock (okay, five of them were penalties) in front of old manager as shootout win gets Stephen Glass era off to bright start; A four-goal thriller followed by extra-time and penalties. From the evidence of this rip-roaring cup tie, life at Aberdeen under Stephen Glass certainly won't be dull. Apr 18, 2021 1087
John Kennedy determined to solve set-piece flaws against Rangers as interim manager lifts lid on Celtic flop; John Kennedy is confident Celtic can overcome their set-piece demons against Rangers ahead of tomorrow's Scottish Cup fourth round tie at Ibrox. Apr 17, 2021 605
Alan Pattullo: It's just as well Twitter was not around in Duncan Ferguson's time as Rangers show way in push for social media reform; Recognition of the significance of yesterday's date in Scottish football terms quickly inspired the thought that it's a small mercy there was no social media around when Duncan Ferguson headbutted Jock McStay during a game at Ibrox. Apr 17, 2021 595
Remembering when Celtic's Scott Brown was cheered by both sets of fans - for the first and probably last time; It was fascinating to witness Stephen Glass's first press conference as Aberdeen manager and hear him speculate - something he described as "a bit of devilment" on his part - over whether Scott Brown will play for Celtic at Pittodrie in midweek. Apr 17, 2021 315
New Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass hails predecessor as Pittodrie side beat Livingston on penalties to earn last eight place against old foes; Stephen Glass hailed the "mental toughness" instilled into the side by predecessor Derek McInnes as Aberdeen came back twice to secure a Scottish Cup last eight clash with Dundee United after a penalty shootout win over Livingston. Apr 17, 2021 407
Livingston manager David Martindale reveals striker has "made his feelings clear" about future after starring show in Scottish Cup defeat to Aberdeen; David Martindale has admitted Jay Emmanuel-Thomas will likely leave the club this summer after the striker scored a double in Livingston's Scottish Cup defeat to Aberdeen. Apr 17, 2021 360
John Kennedy set for key talks with new Celtic CEO as he reveals Dermot Desmond chats; John Kennedy expects to sit down for talks with Dominic McKay this week as the incoming chief executive prepares to begin his new role on Monday. Apr 17, 2021 295
Stephen Glass on his Aberdeen credentials and why Dave Cormack relationship has been 'overstated' factor in move from Atlanta; Stephen Glass left the country as a budding coach several years ago. He returns, via a spell spent in quarantine, as the manager of Aberdeen Football Club. Apr 16, 2021 1068
Forfar v Dundee United and the Barcelona connection as sides prepare to meet for first time since 1987; When Dundee United last faced Forfar Athletic in a competitive fixture, it's fair to assume they were a tad distracted. Not that their manager at the time was someone prone to entertaining such excuses. Apr 15, 2021 995
Stephen Glass reveals Scott Brown chats and how Celtic failed in last-ditch bid to stop Aberdeen move; Aberdeen's league fixture against Celtic next Wednesday won't stop Stephen Glass speaking to Scott Brown ahead of the midfielder's summer move to Pittodrie. Apr 15, 2021 636
Micky Mellon reveals 'love' for Dundee United job as he addresses Doncaster Rovers link; Micky Mellon insists he "loves" his job at Dundee United and wants to stay around to meet the club's fan base after ten months of little supporter interaction. Apr 14, 2021 410
Why Celtic icon believes Odsonne Edouard has let the fans down this season; Frank McAvennie believes Odsonne Edouard has let the Celtic fans down but has backed him to pay them back against Rangers this weekend. Apr 13, 2021 641
Ally McCoist on Steven Gerrard's 'big decision' and how Rangers boss is the talk of his media pals; Ally McCoist is enjoying the novelty of having the likes of Alan Shearer strike up conversations with him about Scottish football and he hopes this interest is sustained for some time yet. Apr 13, 2021 574
Joe Lewis on the young guns driving hopes of an Aberdeen resurgence under Stephen Glass; As a goalkeeper, Joe Lewis is well positioned to view the changing composition of the Aberdeen team. Apr 12, 2021 602
Move the Scottish Cup final to Celtic Park or Ibrox and let fans in urges Ally McCoist; Ally McCoist has urged Scottish football authorities to do everything in their power to allow at least some fans to attend next month's Scottish Cup final. Apr 12, 2021 639
Fraser Hornby provides the striking presence required for Aberdeen as Florian Kamberi's struggles continue; Sometimes it snows in April. And sometimes Aberdeen score a league goal. This rare phenomenon occurred after 52 minutes. What a precious strike it proved. Apr 11, 2021 611
Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson addresses own lack of goals and reveals phone chat with Stephen Glass; When Lewis Ferguson scored Aberdeen's third goal and his own second from the penalty spot in a chaotic 3-3 draw with Celtic in October, it seemed only a matter of time until he reached double figures. Apr 10, 2021 587
Remembering Graeme Souness' Rangers score updates while managing Liverpool - and what history could mean for Steven Gerrard; There must be something about Graeme Souness and the month of April. As recounted in yesterday's Scotsman, April 8 was the 35th anniversary of Souness' high-profile arrival at Ibrox as player-manager. Apr 10, 2021 604
Rangers boycott welcome - but main account at odds and united front is needed; The announcement that Rangers players and management were boycotting social media for a week from Thursday evening was a welcome display of conviction when others, including Uefa, have proved so sadly lacking. Apr 10, 2021 308
James McPake on the ball as fans feared case of 'Peak Dundee' amid substitute confusion; The Ayrshire dusk combined with a camera position not much higher than Jason Cummings' socks meant it was possible one might have been mistaken. Apr 10, 2021 298
Interim manager Paul Sheerin identifies key striker switch as Aberdeen record first away league win this year; Aberdeen interim manager Paul Sheerin identified the half-time switch where he replaced Florian Kamberi with Fraser Hornby as being a significant reason in his side's 1-0 win at St Johnstone. Apr 10, 2021 360
What lies in store for Aberdeen caretaker Paul Sheerin in Stephen Glass era - but Gothenburg Great's role still unclear; Aberdeen interim manager Paul Sheerin has opened up about his own prospects at the club as Stephen Glass prepares to take over the reins next week. Apr 9, 2021 595
Striker set for Aberdeen return as Stephen Glass watches and waits; Talk about surreal. Aberdeen are preparing to return to league action this weekend while their new manager sits in a hotel checking his log-in details for Red TV. Apr 9, 2021 583
Rangers youngster James Maxwell outlines his pathway to first team; Nathan Patterson is only 19-years-old but has already become a source of inspiration. Fellow full-back Fraser Maxwell is bidding to emulate his friend by breaking into the Ibrox first-team next season. Apr 7, 2021 413
How Paul McGinn is eyeing Hibs family bragging rights with unique double; John McGinn might well have overhead kick goals for Scotland as well as League Cup and Scottish Cup winning medals with St Mirren and Hibs. Apr 7, 2021 602
St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark on how to save a Charlie Adam penalty as he extends incredible record against Dundee; Zander Clark underlined his credentials as a nemesis figure in the eyes of Dundee fans on Saturday. Apr 5, 2021 607
Queen of the South 1-3 Hibs: Christian Doidge shines as visitors avoid shock factor; There was a shock as well as snow in the air at Palmerston Park but a goal just before half-time from Christian Doidge, the first of a double, settled Hibs. Apr 5, 2021 564
James McPake accuses officials of "guessing" at crucial decision as Dundee go down to St Johnstone; James McPake believes part of the blame for Dundee's Scottish Cup is down to officials simply guessing after his side had a goal ruled out for offside in the 1-0 defeat to St Johnstone. Apr 3, 2021 417
Steve Clarke on why Scotland's fourth goal in 4-0 win over Faroes was his favourite; Steve Clarke has explained why Scotland's last goal in the 4-0 win over the Faroe Islands gave him most pleasure as his side secured their first win of the World Cup qualifying campaign. Apr 1, 2021 239
Steve Clarke and the Scottish elections theory that will see fans to return to Hampden for opening Euro 2020 clash; Steve Clarke is convinced the Scottish Government will shortly announce measures preparing the way for at least some supporters to be allowed back inside Hampden when Scotland kick-off their Euro 2020 campaign against Czech Republic. Apr 1, 2021 591
Goalkeeper, striker - and what's happened to Celtic's Ryan Christie? Scotland's main talking points with Euro 2020 just 10 weeks away; Seven goals and five points. While five goals and seven points might have been preferable, it is something to work with. Apr 1, 2021 1042
It's a case of what might have been for Hearts veteran Steven Naismith; Steven Naismith's acknowledgement that he has given up on his Euro 2020 dream was enough to stop anyone in their tracks. Apr 1, 2021 197
Scotland boss Steve Clarke had plenty of time to think with pilot going uphill - and he is tiring of negativity; Steve Clarke knows there is nothing to be gained by challenging his side to post a multi-goal victory against the Faroe Islands tonight. The opposition are perfectly capable of making a mockery of such plans. Mar 31, 2021 1060
Craig Gordon believes Scotland stand-out Kieran Tierney is even better than in his Celtic days after star displays; Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon has hailed Kieran Tierney's after the Arsenal defender rounded off a week in which he underlined his class by providing three assists in Scotland's 4-0 win over the Faroe Islands. Mar 31, 2021 344
How Scotland signed off in style against the Faroe Islands; How big a win amounts to a successful outing against the Faroe Islands? Scotland have scored more goals against these often-troublesome opponents - they have also been restricted to fewer in the past. Mar 31, 2021 1036
Steve Clarke targets victory in Vienna as Scotland seek to reignite World Cup hopes; Circle September 7 in your diary. Steve Clarke is targeting something that doesn't happen very often with Scotland. An away win over 90 minutes against a higher-ranked team. Mar 30, 2021 999
'Judge the player' - Anger as criticism of Scotland and Liverpool left-back is addressed; Scotland manager Steve Clarke has issued a stiff defence of skipper Andy Robertson after being angered by criticism of the skipper's performances for Scotland. Mar 30, 2021 613
Steve Clarke on why it is so hard to judge the point earned in Israel as he reveals Che Adams disappointment; Steve Clarke insists it is not possible to declare whether the point Scotland earned against Israel is a good or bad result because there is still so much more football to be played. Mar 29, 2021 355
'Beware the Faroes!' Scotland manager Steve Clarke on why the country 107th in the FIFA world rankings must be given respect; Steve Clarke believes Scotland need to be wary of old foes the Faroe Islands after the latest round of World Cup qualifying proved the case that no team can turn up expecting victory. Mar 29, 2021 416
Steve Clarke anticipated dog-eat-dog group - sadly it's Scotland who could suffer after disappointing draw with Israel; An example of the throat-cutting anticipated by Steve Clarke in Scotland's World Cup group took place in Tel Aviv. Sadly, his own side were one of the teams involved and are liable to pay a heavy price. Mar 28, 2021 976

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