Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer admits he has not shut the door on a Scotland reunion with national team manager Steve Clarke.
Hopefully Craig Bryson can enjoy an injury-free run when he joins another club following his imminent Pittodrie exit.
The opening rounds of the new Nations League campaign brought mixed fortunes for England, Scotland, Wales, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Liam Palmer hopes Scotland have now embarked on a roll that will take them all the way to Euro 2020.
Steve Clarke believes Scotland’s narrow win over the Czech Republic is proof positive his side are ready for next month’s Euro 2020 play-offs.
Willie Miller column: Scotland might be top of Nations League group, but they’ve not shown they’re good enough to reach Euros
Despite Scotland’s 2-1 win against the Czech Republic last night there is still cause for concern ahead of the Euro 2020 play-offs.
Steve Clarke admitted Scotland were on a hiding to nothing as they squeezed past the Czech Republic’s second string in Olomouc.
Skipper Andy Robertson says Scotland were on a ‘hiding to nothing’ in win over makeshift Czech Republic
Scotland captain Andy Robertson admitted Scotland were on a "hiding to nothing" as they beat a makeshift Czech Republic 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League.
Roman Hubnik has come out of retirement to answer the call of the Czech Republic and hopes to help sink Scotland again.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke says there is no chance his side will underestimate the task in hand against a makeshift Czech Republic tonight.
Stuart Armstrong admits increased expectation of a Scotland win against a second-string Czech Republic side on Monday night is understandable.
Steve Clarke accepts there is an added expectation on Scotland when they take on a second-string Czech Republic side in their Nations League clash on Monday night.
Scotland’s Nations League match against the Czech Republic on Monday will go ahead as scheduled, UEFA has said.
Steve Clarke says Scotland needed Tartan Army to ‘push them on’ after being pegged back by Israel in Nations League opener
Scotland boss Steve Clarke says they missed the Tartan Army after their draw with Israel and hopes some fans will be inside Hampden for next month’s Euro play-off.
Scotland’s Nations League meeting against Czech Republic on Monday looks set to be called off.
Steve Clarke defended his change of system after Scotland ‘s 1-1 home draw with Israel at Hampden Park.
Joe Harper column: Double-header against Israel and Czechs could give Scotland edge before Euro play-offs
Scotland’s Uefa Nations League game with Israel tonight is the chance to gain a massive psychological edge ahead of next month’s Euro play-offs.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke wants to go into their Euro play-off on a good run.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson reckons the next couple of months could be the making of this group of players as they look to get the nation back to a major finals.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes the seven players on international duty will return with a clean bill of health.
Steve Clarke admits the Tartan Army will be missed in Scotland’s Nations League opener against Israel at Hampden Park on Friday night.
Scotland return to action following the coronavirus suspension when they take on Israel in Friday night’s Nations League Group B2 opener.
Steve Clarke has stressed that Scotland’s clash with Israel on Friday is “no dress rehearsal” for their play-off semi-final next month.
Former Don Kenny McLean believes the flak Scotland team-mate Oli McBurnie is receiving isn’t justified.
Oli McBurnie has insisted he was “ready and willing” to play for Scotland before being withdrawn from the squad and appearing in a Sheffield United friendly.
‘Only a matter of time’ before Ross McCrorie earns Scotland senior call-up – Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
Dons boss Derek McInnes has backed new signing Ross McCrorie to become a full Scotland international.
David Marshall will gladly take on the role of Scotland mentor to new boy Robby McCrorie.
New boy Lyndon Dykes hopes he can help fire Scotland back to the finals of a major tournament after choosing to play for the Dark Blues instead of Australia.
Steve Clarke hopes striker Lyndon Dykes can become a key player having chosen Scotland over Australia.
Steve Clarke insists he has not handed Lyndon Dykes a Scotland call-up just to kill off Australia’s interest in the striker.