A case of Proud Edward’s Army in Zagreb

07/06/2013 § 4 Comments

A Robert Snodgrass goal was enough to see Scotland defeat Croatia

A Robert Snodgrass goal was enough to see Scotland defeat Croatia

Scotland have always had a reputation of doing things the hard way. We always seem to rise to the occasion and perform better against, what seems on paper, stronger opposition. All of that was once again underlined this past Friday night in Zagreb.

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man for Scotland?

08/10/2012 § Leave a comment

Steven Fletcher in action for new club Sunderland

Stuttering would be the best word to describe Craig Levein’s reign as Scotland manager so far. The Kingdom of Fife native walked through the doors of Hampden and took over as national team manager back in 2009 and filled the nation with fresh hope, and a real sense of optimism and belief, following so many let downs from the previous regime under out of sync George Burley. An open goal miss by Chris Iwelumo springs to mind. A memory no doubt members of the Tartan Army will never forget for all the wrong reasons.

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