Steve Clarke named Scotland manager: Former Kilmarnock boss replaces Alex McLeish as head coach
Monday, 20 May 2019
Steve Clarke has been named Scotland manager after Kilmarnock agreed to let the Scottish Premiership's Manager of the season leave in order to replace Alex McLeish.
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Former Scotland international Kenny Miller says Steve Clarke's appointment as the new national team manager will 'excite' fans and that there will be 'an upturn in fortunes' under the former Kilmarnock boss. Miller: Clarke appointment excites fans 00:46
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