John Souttar has described the achievement of his pal Andy Robertson in winning the Champions League as “incredible.”
The bright, new dawn was also plunged back into darkness.
John McGinn believes even brilliant Belgium will be fearful of Scotland’s star-studded left-hand side.
Alex McLeish walked into the room with cup of tea in hand and a smile on his face.
Scott McTominay believes the time has come to stop asking him why he chose Scotland over England.
Marc McNulty’s pride in becoming a Scotland international is matched only by his determination to make sure the call-ups and caps keep coming.
Steven Reid once faced up to German superstar Michael Ballack in a World Cup match but insists coaching Scotland at a major finals will top that.
Ryan Fraser has opened up on the “abuse” he took for missing Scotland’s ill-fated trip to Kazakhstan, insisting that the decision for him not to play on an artificial pitch was a collective one.
Scotland midfielder Kenny McLean insists it will be a blessing rather than a burden to try to stop £130 million man Eden Hazard.
Mikey Devlin believes Scotland are suddenly spoiled for choice when it comes to central defence.