Gordon Strachan says Scotland players are in danger of cracking under strain as pressure mounts in wake of Slovakia horror show
GORDON STRACHAN refused to answer questions on his Scotland future last night - but admitted his players are in danger of cracking up under the strain of another qualification nightmare.
Angry sections of the Tartan Army called for the manager’s head in Trnava last night as Strachan's side capitulated and crashed to a 3-0 defeat against Slovakia.
The result means the Scots head to Wembley next month with just four points from a possible 12 and with Strachan fighting for his future.
But when asked if he is now considering his own position the national boss insisted he was more concerned with... read more
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