Scotland‘s new manager is set to be appointed with in the next 48 hours, according to fresh reports emerging this evening.
According to the BBC, Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes, Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke and Scotland’s Under-21 coach Scot Gemmill are all being seriously considered as Alex McLeish’s successor.
We should know who’ll be aiming to keep our hopes of reaching Euro 2020 alive by Friday evening, with Oddschecker showing Clarke is the overwhelming 1/10 favourite at the time this article was published.
The ex-West Brom and Reading manager has managed to transform Killie from relegation candidates to contenders for a European spot since being appointed at Rugby Park in October 2017, and the hierarchy at the SFA will no doubt be looking for him to do a similar job if he is indeed the man appointed.
Scotland face a crucial double-header against Cyprus and Belgium in June, following the pretty abysmal showing against Kazakhstan and San Marino in March, but still have the luxury of a Nations League playoff against Finland at Hampden to cling to.
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