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  1. Poorest Scoring Start to a Season

    I'm not there yet in terms of being able to work this stuff out from my files. I'm hoping that if someone asked me this question next season I'd be able to answer it in a couple of minutes, but I've still got to connect quite a few dots.
  2. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Even if his interest isn't realistic, or his salary is well out of our range, you can guarantee the narrative on here will now be "Prandelli wanted the job but we gave it to X".
  3. Scotland v Netherlands squad/lineup

    He scored 28 league goals in 82 games, but scored 36 overall. During his season with Swansea in the Championship, he scored 27 goals in all competitions. During his season plus one game with Swansea in the Premier League he scored 9 goals in all competitions.
  4. UEFA solidarity payment

    Hamilton will be able to use this money to pay their youth players' and staff's wages, and then use the money which they were going to use for that to pay the first team etc.
  5. Scotland v Netherlands squad/lineup

    Liam Cooper has 0 caps and there are plenty of Leeds fans who are still unsure of him, yet you want to consider him for captain?
  6. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Birmingham were in the Premier League when he took over.
  7. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    Seems like an appropriate time for a reminder that Dundee haven't won a major trophy in 43 years, haven't finished in the top 4 in 55 years and haven't won the Scottish Cup in 107 years.
  8. The Great Big Kilmarnock Thread

    If you don't think he'd jump ship if a big English job came up then you're deluding yourself. I'd be pretty happy if that happened though, because it would mean that he had done a good job at Killie.
  9. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    If he's managed to swallow his principles to work in the UAE, then I doubt he'll have any issues working with a guy who sent a few texts. Strachan was on about £500k. I suspect he would have been on a fair whack more than that while managing Italy, and is probably on something like the same out in Dubai. I'd hope we can stretch to pay a bit more this time - Regan was talking about welcoming external funding for a manager too - but if he was after something like £2m a year that might be a step too far.
  10. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Prandelli sounds great on paper, and we should definitely speak to him if he applies. My worry is that his "interest" might be a bit like when Lotthar Matthaus or Walter Zenga or whoever declares an interest in whichever vacancy is going in the SPFL, only to quickly back out when they realise that it's not going to pay nearly as much money as they think.
  11. Right back position

    Given that he retired from international duty about a year ago, it's a bit irrelevant.
  12. I know Lennard Sowah was a bit shite, but calling him a fraud seems a bit much.
  13. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    He already lives in Edinburgh. He could increase his salary as well as being able to work much closer to home. If Northern Ireland lose in the play-offs then I reckon he'd be pretty keen.
  14. Scotland v Netherlands squad/lineup

    Hope not. Would be utterly pointless. He's a 30 year old who was barely good enough at his peak and now has several younger more talented players in his position.
  15. Scotland v Netherlands squad/lineup

    The U21s have two competitive matches. The more obvious solution would have been not to play this pointless friendly. In terms of the squad, there is absolutely no need to make wholesale changes for the sake of it. The current squad has been doing well over the last year since the shift in focus towards Celtic players, and it would be daft to rip it up and start again. Give a couple of the fringe guys who have already been involved in squads a chance, and maybe add two or three new faces at most.
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