Scotland U21 boss Scot Gemmill: Players have nowhere to hide on the international stage

Scotland U21 boss Scot Gemmill: Players have nowhere to hide on the international stage
 

Gemmill, who replaced Ricky Sbragia as manager earlier this month after being promoted from his Under-19 role, has rung the changes for his first squad.
With Scotland unable to qualify for Euro 2017, Gemmill is looking to the future for the away double-header against Iceland on October 5 and Macedonia on October 11.
He has omitted Jason Cummings, Ryan Christie and Ryan Gauld, who are all too old for the next campaign, and named 12 uncapped players, including Chelsea’s Ruben Sammut, Reading’s Zak Jules and Hamilton’s Greg Docherty.
Gemmill said: “These are not just normal friendlies. The... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 30
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