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NATIONAL assistant boss Mark McGhee has told Scotland's players they must keep battling away despite their World Cup dream dying.

kt The Scots are bottom of Group A with two points from Gfbi five games and 11 points behind leaders Belgium going into tonight's tie in Serbia. And McGhee said: "There are 1200 fans going over expecting us to fight to the end. It isn't over, the chances are remote but we have to be aeead determined. "The players will be given a clear way of playing and they will understand the importance of playing for their country.

thimth "There will be changes, some enforced but there are sofivtoopasmareacaco five World Cup qualifiers still to play and it's a wonderful opportunity for the players as well to prove to the manager that they are ready to be in the next campaign. So we expect a committed performance."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 26, 2013
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