Scotland manager Gordon Strachan insisted he kept calm and carried on as his job hung by a thread at Hampden last night.
A last-gasp goal from the much-maligned Chris Martin saved Scotland boss Gordon Strachan’s job and kept the World Cup dream alive for a little longer.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan believes deciding who starts up front against Slovenia will be one of the biggest decisions of his managerial career.
Scotland assistant Mark McGhee insists Gordon Strachan is desperate to remain in charge of the national team and deliver the victory required to reignite the country’s World Cup qualification prospects this weekend.
Late developer Stuart Armstrong has declared himself ready to step up to international level and keep Scotland’s World Cup dream alive.
Ryan Fraser will dedicate his Scotland debut to his parents should he play against Canada tonight.
Scotland fans are, understandably, desperate to see their team qualify for the World Cup after all these years of hurt.
Our very own Andy Murray, Dundee's chance to get away from the danger zone and Dundee United's crunch clash against Hibs all come under the spotlight in Talking Football with Courier sports writers Ian Roache, Eric Nicolson and Neil Robertson.
There was me thinking that making eight changes to his team at Wembley (while still retaining Grant Hanley) was the last time Gordon Strachan would have the power to shock as Scotland manager.
A new Scotland manager, the rise of Dundee United, Dundee's wage bill and St Johnstone's record against the lesser lights of the Premiership all come under the microscope in the latest Talking Football with Courier sports writers Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson.