There are no limits to Scotland’s Women’s World Cup ambitions, according to Rachel Corsie.
There will be no inferiority complex when Scotland’s women lock horns with England in their first ever World Cup finals fixture, Erin Cuthbert has insisted.
If there were people hoping that the Steve Clarke effect would result in a stampede of returning Scotland players, the national coach’s first squad announcement would have left them cold.
As a celebration of the progress the Scotland women’s football team has made in recent years and as a send-off for next month’s World Cup, this friendly was an unequivocal success.
Perth duo Lisa Evans and Lana Clelland and Dunfermline’s Caroline Weir have made Shelley Kerr’s 23-player Scotland squad for the Women’s World Cup in France.
Alex McLeish’s fate was sealed by the 3-0 defeat last month in Kazakhstan.
Alex McLeish walked into the room with cup of tea in hand and a smile on his face.
Alex McLeish is no longer the Scotland manager.
The fate of Scotland manager Alex McLeish will be decided at a meeting at Hampden today.
Scotland are a work in progress, goalkeeper Scott Bain has admitted.