Steven Naismith has admitted time is running out for him to star in a major tournament for Scotland.
Gordon Strachan is still “red-hot” for managing Scotland as they kick-off their World Cup qualifying campaign.
Christophe Berra is refusing to let criticism of Scotland’s defence bother him as the World Cup qualifying campaign begins.
John McGinn will be delighted if he can even be half the player Scott Brown was for Scotland.
Scotland assistant boss Mark McGhee has defended the decision to give Hearts striker Tony Watt his chance.
Scotland assistant boss Mark McGhee insists the only thing that shocked him about Oliver Burke’s mega-move is that it wasn’t to one of England’s giants.
Oliver Burke may be the most expensive Scots player in history but that won’t guarantee him a place in the team that kicks off the World Cup qualifying campaign in Malta.
Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee believes the loss of four players from the squad for the opening World Cup qualifier in Malta on Sunday serves only to open the door for others to make an impact.
As it emerges Team GB’s 67 medals each cost £4.1 m funding over four years, should future funding target the elite or grassroots sport? Michael Alexander and Jack McKeown speak to experts for and against.
There was no place in the latest Scotland squad for Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain.