Former Scotland manager Craig Brown believes Michael O’Neill is exactly what Scotland need.
The SFA have approached their Northern Irish counterparts for permission to speak to manager Michael O’Neill about the vacant Scotland job.
Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean hopes the Dons can continue to contribute to the national cause in 2018.
Scotland defender Charlie Mulgrew sees no reason why Kieran Tierney can’t become a regular for the national team in the centre of defence.
Craig Gordon bids to become Scotland’s second-most capped goalkeeper but admits Jim Leighton won’t be beaten
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon hopes to become the country’s second most capped goalkeeper.
Matt Phillips enjoyed an unusual shift as a centre forward for the Scottish national team, despite failing to find the back of the net.
The post-Gordon Strachan era began with a 1-0 defeat by Holland but the Tartan Army left Pittodrie last night with reasons to be upbeat about the national team’s future prospects.
Scotland fell to a 1-0 defeat against Holland in a low-key friendly encounter at Pittodrie.
Football fans in Dyce were delighted last night when they managed to grab a photo with members of the Dutch football team ahead of tonight's friendly with Scotland at Pittodrie.
Scotland midfielder Stuart Armstrong remains optimistic about the future of the national team, despite the failure to qualify for next year’s World Cup.
Gordon Strachan may have gone but the concept of building a Scotland team around Celtic’s invincibles is likely to continue.
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown believes victory in tomorrow’s friendly against Netherlands could land caretaker boss Malky Mackay the job on a permanent basis.
From Denis Law’s one arm aloft to Kenny Dalglish’s two.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged Dons captain Graeme Shinnie to make the most of this week’s involvement with the Scotland squad.
Scotland have gone back to their traditional all blue shirt for their new kit. Liverpool defender Andy Robertson modeled the new kit, which was unveiled on social media this morning. The Scots will wear their new strip for the first time on Thursday when they face the Netherlands in a friend at Pittodrie.
Pittodrie Stadium will host an international friendly next month after the SFA arranged a friendly for Scotland against the Netherlands.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes whoever succeeds Gordon Strachan will inherit a squad capable of restoring the national team’s reputation.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has admitted the Scotland job would be “very high on the agenda” for any manager after being installed as one of the favourites to replace Gordon Strachan.
The news broke this afternoon that Gordon Strachan has left his post as Scotland manager.
Gordon Strachan has left his post as Scotland manager following the country’s failure to qualify for the World Cup finals.
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon fears the failure to qualify for the World Cup could live with the current squad for years.
Former Scotland manager Alex McLeish insists he does not think there is any need to replace Gordon Strachan as national team manager.
Robert Snodgrass feels as if he has let down the country after Scotland’s World Cup dream died in Slovenia on Sunday.
Owen Coyle believes Gordon Strachan remains the best man to lead Scotland to the Euro 2020 finals – and is convinced he will if given the chance.
Former Aberdeen Grammar player Ruaridh Jackson has weighed in on the genetics debate surrounding Scottish sport – but has brushed off its significance.
Scotland’s bid to reach next summer’s World Cup finals in Russia ended in disappointment but defender Kieran Tierney has vowed to come back stronger for the experience.
Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher has hinted he is ready to call time on his international career but has urged manager Gordon Strachan to continue.
Scotland midfielder Matt Phillips feels indebted to Gordon Strachan for progressing his international career and he is eager for him to remain as national team manager.
Scotland’s World Cup hopes wilted in familiar and depressing fashion last night as Gordon Strachan’s side failed to get the win needed in Slovenia when the Scots were held to a 2-2 draw.
Scotland forward Leigh Griffiths says his side’s poor start to the World Cup qualifying campaign left them with too much to do after their dream ended with last night’s 2-2 draw against Slovenia.
Just as Scotland dared to dream of continuing their charge towards Russia, their potentially memorable night in Slovenia turned into an all too familiar feeling of despair.
Defender Andy Robertson knows the eyes of the nation will be on Scotland’s players as they look to keep alive their World Cup dream by winning in Slovenia tomorrow.