Aberdeen legend Ally Shewan today called for Andy Considine to be called into the Scotland squad when the Euro play-offs finally go ahead.
UEFA have confirmed all internationals due to be played in June 2020 are postponed until further notice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
UEFA have reportedly postponed the Euro 2020 play-offs for the second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Willie Miller: Scotland shouldn’t have to play Euro 2020 play-off matches until players are fully match-fit
Scotland's Euro play-offs will not happen in June despite Uefa’s current plans for that to be the case.
Sport across the world is grappling with an unprecedented challenge as it works out how to cope with the coronavirus crisis.
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Scotland boss Steve Clarke has urged the Tartan Army to put Euro 2020 hopes on the backburner in order to help the country battle the coronavirus crisis.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke has written an open letter to supporters on the day the Dark Blues were supposed to meet Israel in the UEFA Nations League play-offs at Hampden.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has been backed to bounce back from the “crushing blow” of his season-ending injury.
Leigh Griffiths would like nothing better than to demonstrate his return to form by shooting Scotland to the 2020 European Championships.
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine is keeping his “fingers crossed” he can convince Steve Clarke he is worth a maiden Scotland call at the age of 32.
Confirmation Scott McKenna is out for the rest of the season with a hamstring tear is a blow not just for Aberdeen but also Scotland.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has urged athletes to prepare for the Olympic Games in Tokyo with “full steam” despite fears they might have to be delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are expected to go ahead as planned despite fears they might have to be delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin remains optimistic Euro 2020 will go ahead as planned despite the coronavirus outbreak and does not want to consider “dark scenarios” such as relocating matches or cancelling the tournament at this stage.
Japan’s Olympic minister has suggested Tokyo 2020 could be postponed until later in the year as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Willie Miller: Injuries to Scott McKenna and John Souttar are hammer blow to Scotland’s Euro 2020 hopes
For Aberdeen, Hearts and Scotland, injuries to Scott McKenna and John Souttar are big blows.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has urged football authorities “not to panic” over the coronavirus outbreak as sport responds to growing concerns.
Callum Paterson has targeted a return to the Scotland squad and firing Steve Clarke’s side to Euro 2020.
Steve Clarke insists Scotland will be ready for their Euro 2020 play-off semi-final against Israel whether or not domestic fixtures are moved to help preparation.
Scotland will be in a group with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic should they reach next year's European Championships.
Gothenburg Great Alex McLeish says he has no regrets about his second spell in charge of Scotland – pointing to the “real thrill” he got out of qualifying for March’s Euro 2020 play-offs.
Attacker Ryan Christie understands the Tartan Army’s major tournament pain and aims to end it by qualifying for Euro 2020.
Steve Clarke insists Aberdeen’s Scott McKenna will continue to improve in a Scotland jersey.
Scotland will never have a better chance to return to major tournament football, according to Ryan Jack
Midfielder Ryan Jack today admitted Scotland will never have a better chance of qualifying for a major tournament than the Euro 2020 play-offs.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke says he's very optimistic about March's Euro 2020 play-offs after the Dark Blues ended their regular qualifying campaign against Kazakhstan.
Three years ago Scott McKenna feared his Scotland dream was slipping away – which is why he is ready to fight to retain his starting slot.
Willie Miller: Cyprus was decent, but we can do better with Aberdeen’s McKenna and Devlin paired up at back
Steve Clarke should consider giving clubmates Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin a run out together for Scotland.
Ryan Christie hopes Scotland can build some momentum ahead of their Nations League semi-final in March by ending a disappointing Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a third win in a row tomorrow.
Steve Clarke was delighted to see Scotland beat Cyprus 2-1 in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Nicosia, saying the 'result was more important than the performance'.