Bit of rant- excuse meI'd probably agree with that.
If it was up to me though I'd get it done tomorrow, because I see no reason whatsoever to keep him on.
Believe me, I've posted on here before about how useless the SFA are so they definitely deserve criticism so I won't go into that much.Bit of rant- excuse me...
fair enuff- maybe not so much current managers as can appreciate Moyes / Fergie can't be seen to be too nationalist etcAlso, I think criticising the likes of fergie, Moyes etc is harsh. The reality is that managers want to work at the highest level they can, that's what ambition is and unfortunately that's not Scottish football or the National Team. And I don't think they really talk Scotland down or anything like that, I think they're realists.
Perhaps a bit, but I would say it's more the managers who are out of work, who would rather sit and wait for a Premiership or even Championship job rather than come back up and actually get into a job. Clubs in Scotland might be reluctant to make a move thinking they're out of reach, but the managers could show more interest if they were bothered.fair enuff- maybe not so much current managers as can appreciate Moyes / Fergie can't be seen to be too nationalist etc
but don't you feel there's too many top Scots south of the border that could support the game back north a little more? isn't there something wrong about having all these top Scottish managers & pundits in England "the best league in the world" when Scottish league is currently being derided as among worst in Europe?
Looks like I underestimated the Bale factorI've stuck a fiver on Scotland to beat Wales (sorry hd ).
I was umming and ahhing about who to back (Wales and Scotland were both 13/8) and despite Wales being at home and having Bale I reckon the return of the Fletcher's is a huge boost for Scotland and will be enough for them to win this one.
BBC Football said:Scotland coach Craig Levein expects to learn his fate early next week.
Levein's future is being discussed after a run of poor results left the national side bottom of their World Cup qualifying group.
Speaking to BBC Scotland, Levein said: "The squad for the Luxembourg game will be named on Tuesday and there will be an announcement before then.
"I'm hugely proud to be Scotland manager and want to continue doing the job."
The Scottish Football Association is due to meet on Thursday to discuss Levein's future.
After defeat by Belgium in October, Scotland are bottom of World Cup qualifying Group A with two points from four matches.
Levein says that, despite those results, he wants to continue in the role and has already spoken this week to the SFA's chief executive and president.
"I had a chat with Stewart Regan and Campbell Ogilvie and I'll find out one way or the other early next week," the coach told BBC Scotland's Sportscene programme.
Levein was speaking while acting as a pundit during live coverage of the Scottish Communities League Cup quarter-final between two of his former clubs, Dundee United and Hearts.
Yes, but he quite obviously did a great job at senior level. I mean, look at this for an achievement.:ROFL:
His whole case would be built around the fantastic job he "done" at grassroots. Completely leave out the state of senior level.