Scots boss says ‘I’m staying’ after Welsh defeat
Belgium clash a ‘must win’ on Tuesday
SCOTLAND boss Craig Levein today insisted he won’t be quitting after defeat in Wales left the nation’s World Cup dreams all but dead in the water.
A last-minute wonder strike and controversial penalty from Welsh wing wizard Gareth Bale saw the Scots go down 2-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium and slip to second bottom spot in their qualifying group.
But Levein brushed aside talk of him walking away. He said: “Me leaving is not on the charts.”