In this week's Talking Football, our writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss the suggestion that Dundee United would benefit from being knocked out of the William Hill Scottish Cup and consider how Dundee can recover from their hammering at the hands of Ross County.
Walter Smith won’t be behind the times if the SFA turn back the clock to offer him the Scotland manager’s job.
Scotland star Andy Robertson has welcomed the new Nations League as an opportunity to finally get to a major finals.
Given the choice between explaining the new Uefa Nations League or quantum mechanics I would pick the latter.
Embarrassment will be the most popular word in the Michael O’Neill for Scotland debrief. With shambles and debacle giving it a run for its money.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has turned down the chance to be the next Scotland boss.
Tommy Wright says Michael O’Neill never mentioned the Scotland job when the pair spoke on Wednesday but feels the Northern Ireland manager has earned the right to consider his future.
The SFA have made an official approach for Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill.
It’s one of the unwritten rules of the Tartan Army – club allegiances are left at the turnstile when your ticket is handed over to get into a Scotland game.
Kieran Tierney can captain Scotland for a decade, according to the man who handed him the armband.