Being axed as Scotland boss broke my heart says Gordon Strachan
Gordon Strachan has broken his silence on the decision to axe him as Scotland boss and admitted he feels like a teenager whose heart has been broken for the very first time.
Today, in part one of a remarkably frank interview, Strachan speaks for the very first time about being dumped out of his dream job by SFA chief executive Stewart Regan following the failure to qualify for next summer’s World Cup.
He reveals how Regan broke the news to him over the phone rather than tell him face-to-face - and how the call left him so badly bruised that he couldn’t bear to watch Malky Mackay take charge... read more
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