Steve Clarke might just have kept the flames of interest flickering in Scotland fans through the 3-1 win over Kazakhstan in midweek.
Lawrence Shankland has made a “fantastic” first impression on the Scotland management team.
Ask St Johnstone fans to name their top 50 forwards of the last 20 years and I suspect the six sightings of Arvydas Novikovas in a five-month loan spell at McDiarmid Park wouldn’t get him anywhere near the half-century.
Scotland have fabulous James Forrest to thank for being just two steps away from qualification for the European Championships.
Scotland defender Kieran Tierney will today be fitted with a gum shield to give him a fighting chance of facing England.
Former Dundee United midfielder Stuart Armstrong is living the dream at Southampton while finding the reality frustrating.
Charlie Mulgrew has claimed he is the right man to deal with giant Russian striker Artem Dzyuba.
Leigh Griffiths is refusing to take his Scotland place for granted despite scoring those wonder goals against England.
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.
Charlie Mulgrew insists Scotland are no longer scared after admitting Belgian battering gave them ‘fright’
Charlie Mulgrew has admitted Scotland got a “fright” against Belgium but insists they won’t be scared again.