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Scotland don't have top level players and replacing Gordon Strachan won't solve the problems - McCoist

Daily Record Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Scotland don't have top level players and replacing Gordon Strachan won't solve the problems - McCoistFormer Rangers manager believes whoever become the next Scotland boss still has a big job on their hands.
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