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Strachan named new Scotland boss

Gordon Strachan has been named as the new coach of the Scottish national team today on a three and a half year deal. The former Celtic boss replaces Craig Levein, who was sacked in November after a disastrous start to the FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign, and will be charged with trying to end Scotland’s long wait for major tournament qualification.

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An interview with an idiot

In the continuing search for the next Scotland manager, Hamilton Crescent sat down with candidate for the job, Robert McCracken. Robert is an expert Football Manager player, having dominated European football with Porto and was under consideration for the position when Craig Burley was sacked before eventually losing out to Craig Levein.

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Scotland v Eastern Europe

It’s 1998, I am 7 years old and Scotland are playing Brazil in the group stages of the FIFA World Cup. Little did I know it would be at least 16 years until our great country would be gracing the stage at a national competition. We still have a mathematical chance of reaching Brazil in two years time, but this would involve a miracle in proportion to me becoming a professional footballer.

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Scotland rise to 41st in the world

Scotland have risen seven places in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking list. Despite their recent 5-1 humiliation at the hands of the U.S.A., the Scots are now ranked 41 in the world, jumping above the likes of Mali and 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winners, Zambia.

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