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On this day (23rd April)

1986:
Scotland lost 1-2 to England in the Rous Cup 1986.

1982:
Andy Webster was born on this day in Dundee.

Latest News

McLeish Appointed Scotland Manager For Second Time (15 Feb 2018)

The SFA has appointed Alex McLeish as the Scotland manager for the second time.  Following the rejection of Michael O'Neil and former manager Walter Smith ruling himself out, McLeish became the favourite for the job.  In his previous spell in charge, he won 7 of his 10 games during the Euro 2008 campaign, one of which was the famous 1-0 victory in Paris.  Following the campaign, he left to join Birmingham City.  His last job was as manager of Egyptian club Zamalek in 2016.

Scotland Are Drawn With Albania and Israel (24 Jan 2018)

In the inaugral UEFA Nations League, Scotland have been drawn with Albania and Israel. Scotland have never played Albania, and have not played Israel since 1986. They will play both of them, home and away in the autumn of 2018.

O'Neil Turns Down Scotland Job (22 Jan 2018)

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neil has decided not to take the Scotland job, and succeed Gordon Strachan. After a long process, the 48 year old, who lives in Edinburgh, said that he gave the matter a great deal of thought and added "It's a huge honour to be offered the position, however I do not feel that this is the right opportunity for me at this moment in my career". This leaves Scotland with a tough decision as to who should be next on their list, after they appeared to put all of their eggs in one basket. The top choices are former boss Alex McLeish, who has expressed an interest in taking charge for a second time. There is also the possibility of Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, who has already turned down Sunderland and Rangers. Malky Mackay, who took charge for the Holland friendly could be an option, but he has already been ruled out. Steve Clarke who is currently doing well at Kilmarnock, is also an option as he has much experience coaching at the top level.

Scotland Arrange Friendlies With Old Foes (21 Jan 2018)

Scotland have arranged friendly matches against old foes Costa Rica and Peru, along with Hungary and Mexico. Scotland will play Costa Rica at home on Friday 23rd March, before they travel to Budapest to play Hungary on Tuesday 27th March. At the end of the season they will play Peru in Lima on Tuesday 29th May, before they play Mexico for the first time on Saturday 2nd June in Mexico City.

Scotland Make Approach for Michael O'Neil (15 Nov 2017)

The SFA have made a move for Northern Ireland Manager Michael O'Neil. O'Neil, who lives in Edinburgh was made the bookies favourite after Northern Ireland failed to make the World Cup finals. Northern Ireland are trying to convince him to stay. He is in contract until 2020.

Young Scots Side suffer narrow defeat to the Dutch (9 Nov 2017)

A young inexperienced Scotland side, managed by caretaker Malky Mackay, put in an impressive performance against the Dutch, and were unlucky to lose 1-0 because of a first half goal by Memphis Depay.

SFA Rule Out Mackay as next Scotland Manager (9 Nov 2017)

Just hours prior to kick-off against Holland, SFA chief executive Stewart Regan, rules Malky Mackay out of the running for the Scotland Manager's job. The timing of the announcement has been criticised as he needs to take charge for the Holland friendly.

Mackay Takes Charge For Holland Friendly (13 Oct 2017)

SFA Performance Director, Malky Mackay is taking interim charge for the friendly that has been arranged for 9th November at Pittodrie.  The former Cardiff City manager is one of the bookies favourites to be given the job on a full time basis.

Scotland and Strachan Part Company (12 Oct 2017)

Gordon Strachan has left the Scotland job by mutual consent after 2 failed campaigns and almost 5 years in charge.  David Moyes is the bookmakers favourite at 5/2 to take over.

Scotland's World Cup Dream Is Over (8 Oct 2017)

Scotland's hopes of reaching their first World Cup in 20 years are over, after a poor performance saw them draw 2-2 in Slovenia.  Griffiths game Scotland a 1-0 lead at half time, but two second half goals by Bezjak put Slovenia 2-1 ahead.  A late equaliser by Snodgrass was not enough to take Scotland to the play-offs.

Late Own Goal Keeps Scotland's Hopes Alive (5 Oct 2017)

An 89th minute own goal by Martin Skrtel gave Scotland a deserved 1-0 victory, in a must win match.  Slovakia went down to 10 men in the first half, but the crossbar and some great saves from their keeper kept it at 0-0 until the 89th minute.

Scots Secure Victory Over Malta (4 Sep 2017)

Goals from Christophe Berra and Leigh Griffiths were enough to give Scotland a 2-0 win at home to Malta.  This result, along with England's 2-1 victory over Slovakia set up a decisive match at home to Slovakia next month.

Impressive Scots Blow Lithuania Away (1 Sep 2017)

A great performance from Scotland resulted in a 3-0 victory away to Lithuania.  First half goals from Stuart Armstrong and Andrew Robertson, and a second half strike from James McArthur moved Scotland into third place in Group F.

Late Kane Goal Prevents Famous Victory Over England (10 Jun 2017)

A 93rd minute equaliser from Harry Kane prevented Scotland from recording a famous victory over England at Hampden.  Two late goals from Leigh Griffiths put Scotland 2-1 ahead after Oxlade-Chamberlain had put England ahead with 20 minutes remaining, but Kane's injury time equaliser made it 2-2.
Squad Details

Scotland Squad for Holland Friendly

Jordan Archer (Millwall)
Craig Gordon (Celtic)
David Marshall (Hull City)

Callum Paterson (Cardiff City)
Kieran Tierney (Celtic)
Andrew Robertson (Liverpool)
Liam Cooper (Leeds United)
Paul Hanlon (Hibernian)
Charlie Mulgrew (Blackburn Rovers)
Christophe Berra (Hearts)

Stuart Armstrong (Celtic)
Scott Brown (Celtic)
Callum McGregor (Celtic)
James Forrest (Celtic)
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)
Ryan Jack (Rangers)
John McGinn (Hibernian)
Kenny McLean (Aberdeen)
Matt Phillips (West Bromwich Albion)
Graeme Shinnie (Aberdeen)

Ryan Christie (Aberdeen)
Jason Cummings (Nottingham Forest)