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    HIGHLIGHTS: Hungary 0-1 Scotland

    A second half Matt Phillips goal secured a 1-0 win for Scotland over Hungary in Alex McLeish’s second game in charge since his return to the national team fold. The win over the Magyars, who reached the last 16 of the Euro 2016 Championships, is seen as a step in the right direction for Scotland […] More

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    Matt Phillips secure Scotland win over Hungary

    West Brom midfielder Matt Phillips scored his first goal for Scotland as Alex McLeish’s side secured a 1-0 win over Hungary. James Forrest missed two chances in the first half, while captain Charlie Mulgrew had a penalty saved after Ryan Fraser was fouled in the box. But minutes into the second half Phillips tapped home […] More

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    Fans expected Scotland to fail claims Alex McLeish

    Scotland manager Alex McLeish believes that Scotland fans expect the team to fail after 20 years of failing to qualifying for a major tournament and hopes to help alter the country’s footballing psyche. In his second stint as the Scotland national manager, McLeish watched on as his side lost 1-0 to Costa Rica in a […] More

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    HIGHLIGHTS: Scotland 0-1 Costa Rica

    Scotland lost to World Cup-bound Costa Rica 1-0 at Hampden Park in manager Alex McLeishs’ first game of his second stint in charge of the national side. Marco Urena scored the only goal of the game after 14 minutes after a cutback from Bryan Oviedo. Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bryan Ruiz hit the bar in the […] More

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    Scottish FA risk losing Michael O’Neill

    The Scottish FA risk losing Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill after he admitted that there had been ‘no discussions’ with any football association. Despite making a formal approach to the Irish FA and being granted permission to speak to the 48-year-old last month, the Scottish FA have yet to speak to him. O’Neill said: “Certainly […] More

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    Embarrassing end to Strachan’s tenure but who will replace him?

    Another qualifying campaign ends with Scotland failing once again, but this time it is seemingly down to genetics according to manager Gordon Strachan as he tries to cover up his mediocrity with laughable excuses. The 60-year-old, who refused to discuss his future, said: “We had to pick a team to combat their [Slovenia’s] height and strength. It’s […] More

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