Scotland face Lithuania and Malta in a World Cup qualification double-header as their hopes of making it to Russia next year start to fade.
Gordon Strachan’s contract as national team manager is up at the end of the campaign, so is this his final hurrah in the job? Or is there a way in which his contract is extended once again? If Strachan is to be on his way, who should come in to replace him?
Is Michael O’Neill, the Northern Ireland boss who lives in Edinburgh, the obvious candidate? It’s time to go foreign again, right? Graham Ruthven was joined by Stefan Bienkowski and Scott McClymont to talk it over. You might be able to tell that Stefan isn’t the biggest Strachan fan.
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