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Gordon Strachan open to becoming Scotland manager again as pressure mounts on Alex McLeish

talkSPORT Saturday, 23 March 2019 ()
Gordon Strachan has told talkSPORT he would be open to making a return as Scotland manager, as the pressure builds on current boss Alex McLeish. Strachan left his role as Scotland boss back in October 2017 after his side’s failure to qualify for the World Cup. He was eventually replaced by McLeish in February 2018 […]
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