Scotland Women’s head coach Shelley Kerr is looking forward to sharing ideas with Steve Clarke after the new men’s head coach set a target of emulating her success.
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Steve Clarke is still hurting from missing out on a major international tournament as a player.
Steve Clarke feels he has reached the “pinnacle” of his career after being unveiled as the new Scotland head coach.
Steve Clarke will outline his initial plans for the Scotland role later having been appointed as head coach 24 hours after leading Kilmarnock into Europe.
Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd has backed departing manager Steve Clarke to put uncommitted Scotland players in their place and lead the nation to a major tournament.
Kilmarnock have thanked Steve Clarke for restoring the “pride, passion and belief” in their club ahead of his exit to lead Scotland.
Steve Clarke has vowed to emulate Scotland’s women and lead the national team back to the major international stage.
Steve Clarke has been named as the new Scotland head coach.
Steve Clarke has been appointed as the new Scotland manager.
Scotland-bound Steve Clarke bid an emotional farewell to Rugby Park after steering Kilmarnock to their first third-place finish in 53 years.
Steve Clarke is set to leave Kilmarnock with a farewell gift of a third-place finish in the Ladbrokes Premiership after Eamonn Brophy’s late penalty sealed a 2-1 win over Rangers at Rugby Park.
Greg Taylor does not expect any complaints from the Kilmarnock faithful if Steve Clarke quits to become Scotland boss.
Steve Clarke would find it hard to turn down the Scotland job if he was offered it, according to his Kilmarnock assistant Alex Dyer.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke will have to sit in the stand during his team’s crunch game against Rangers after he was handed an immediate two-match touchline ban.
The Scottish Football Association has set a Monday deadline to appoint the new Scotland manager – but the job will not be going to Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke has urged fans to vindicate the club’s decision to cut Rangers’ ticket allocation and back their team to glory.
Paul Heckingbottom accused Kilmarnock defender Alex Bruce of diving on his way into his post-match media conference but the Hibernian head coach admitted his side’s “rubbish” performance was the reason for their defeat at Rugby Park.
Steve Clarke has backed Kilmarnock defender Greg Taylor to fill Kieran Tierney’s boots for Scotland this summer.
Shelley Kerr has been named on the shortlist for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Manager of the Year award after leading Scotland to the Women’s World Cup finals.
Kris Boyd will meet Steve Clarke this week to discuss his Kilmarnock future.