Scotland will host Israel in the Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs next March while outgoing Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill could enjoy a Windsor Park farewell in a winner-takes-all clash against the Republic.
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Steve Clarke wasted no time in showing centre-back pairing Declan Gallagher and Scott McKenna the error of their ways following Scotland’s 3-1 win over Kazakhstan on Tuesday night.
Steve Clarke reckons the best is yet to come from Scotland hero John McGinn after watching him extend his incredible international scoring streak.
Steve Clarke insists the future is bright for Scotland as they look to claim a Nations League golden ticket to next summer’s European Championships.
Scotland required a second-half fightback to conclude their doomed 2020 European Championship qualifying campaign with 3-1 win over Kazakhstan at Hampden Park.
Steve Clarke believes the Scotland players are slowly getting to know him while he adapts to international management.
Steve Clarke ruled out a revenge mission in Scotland’s final 2020 European Championship qualifier against Kazakhstan at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.
Winning was everything for Scotland manager Steve Clarke as his side beat Cyprus 2-1 in Nicosia.
John McGinn continued his international goalscoring streak as Scotland won 2-1 in Cyprus.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke has told his squad in Cyprus to seize their chance to feature in the Euro 2020 play-offs.
Michael Devlin insists time can be the great healer for Scotland as they continue to get to grips with Steve Clarke’s tactics.
Steve Clarke admits he is frustrated he still cannot select Kieran Tierney for Scotland.
Kieran Tierney will remain absent for Scotland in their final two European Championship qualifiers.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke was delighted to see smiles back on the faces of his players as he praised their resilience after a 6-0 win over San Marino.
Steve Clarke has called on Scotland to focus on what is ahead of them rather than looking backwards as they bid to end their European Championship qualifying campaign on a high.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke told his players to make sure their 4-0 defeat in Russia was the “lowest of the low” after putting their second-half capitulation down to “fragile confidence”.
Scotland’s miserable European Championship qualifying campaign continued as a second-half capitulation resulted in a 4-0 defeat in Russia.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke names his third squad on Tuesday and has a major task to find a goal threat for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Russia and San Marino.
Romelu Lukaku insists Scotland boss Steve Clarke will “figure it out” as the inquest into the 4-0 defeat by Belgium on Monday night continues.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke set his players the target of finishing third and going into the Euro 2020 play-offs with confidence after admitting their automatic qualification hopes had died.