Steve Clarke delivered an emotional speech at Rugby Park following what is believed to be his final game at Kilmarnock – but he didn’t confirm his exit or that he would be taking the Scotland job.
The Killie manager led his side to a 2-1 victory over Rangers on the final day of the season to secure third in the Scottish Premiership table and qualification to the Europa League qualifiers.
Chris Burke and Eamonn Brophy got the goals on what was a very memorable afternoon for the Ayrshire side.
But once qualification was secured, it was all about Clarke and the speculation over recent days about him leaving Rugby Park to take on the vacant Scotland job.
There’s been no confirmation of anything, but reports suggest he’s got the job and should be announced over the coming days.
Clarke spoke post-match to the supporters inside Rugby Park and many expected that he’d confirm his future.
But he didn’t – and instead delivered an emotional speech paying tribute to Killie.
Clarke, however, did make some big hints that he’ll be leaving Rugby Park:
What do you make of that? Is Clarke away this summer?