Gordon Strachan is staying on as Scotland manager until further notice following the remarkable match against England.
It was almost one of the most remarkable of Scotland victories.
Scotland defender Charlie Mulgrew has admitted that it’s not just Harry Kane who can cause Gordon Strachan’s team pain.
James McArthur was a 12-year-old lad wearing a St Johnstone strip when he first realised how special it is for Scotland to beat England.
Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee insists there will be no communication problems for Kieran Tierney at Hampden.
Scotland star Robert Snodgrass insists a match against England still feels extra special.
Chris Martin went from zero to hero in record time thanks to his winning goal against Slovenia that kept Scotland’s World Cup dream alive.
Defender Christophe Berra has promised that Scotland will use their heads to stop England scoring when they face them again.
Paul Dixon wants to leave Scotland after calling time on his second spell at Dundee United.
Sean Dillon and Paul Dixon have left Dundee United as manager Ray McKinnon continues to rebuild his squad for another crack at promotion.