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Gareth Southgate understands the reaction of fans after draw with Scotland

Posted Saturday, June 19, 2021 by PA38 hits

Gareth Southgate accepts any criticism for England’s frustrating Euro 2020 draw against oldest rivals Scotland but urged fans to stick with players after boos greeted the final whistle.Having impressively beaten World Cup semi-final foes Croatia on Sunday, the Three Lions knew they would progress to the knockout phase with a game to spare by winning Friday’s auld enemy showdown.But l...Full Story »

England held by Scotland in unimpressive Euro 2020 display

Posted Saturday, June 19, 2021 by PA53 hits

Lacklustre England were held to a goalless draw by Scotland as Steve Clarke’s well-drilled side gave their hopes of reaching the Euro 2020 knockout phase a much-needed shot in the arm.International football’s oldest rivals locked horns for the 115th time in Friday’s eagerly-anticipated Group D clash, where the crackling atmosphere belied the restricted attendance of 20.306 at W...Full Story »

Harry Maguire could start against Scotland, reveals Gareth Southgate

Posted Friday, June 18, 2021 by PA50 hits

Gareth Southgate has confirmed Harry Maguire will be involved against oldest rivals Scotland and could even start as England look to wrap up early progress to the Euro 2020 knockout phase. All eyes will be on a partially filled Wembley on Friday for an eagerly-anticipated Auld Enemy showdown that sees the Three Lions attempt to reach the last 16 and dent the wounded Scots’ hopes. Steve...Full Story »

England-Scotland big in Euro 2020 as well as being soccer's oldest international rivalry

Posted Friday, June 18, 2021 by ESPN53 hits

The world's oldest international fixture has never felt more alive. On Friday night in Euro 2020 Group D, England face Scotland at Wembley, the 115th edition of a rivalry dating back to 1872. Gareth Southgate's side have the luxury of home advantage and the comfort created by victory in their first game against Croatia. They have designs on winning Euro 2020, while Scotland are more concerned a...Full Story »

MELON ME 'EAD, SON England Euro 2020 stars prepare to face Scotland by working out with bizarre fruit-shaped underwater footballs

Posted Thursday, June 17, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk38 hits

Players love kickabouts with “watermelon balls” at their training base. The soft, coloured globes can be kicked or thrown up to 10ft under water. Tyrone Mings of England smiles in the swimming pool following the England training session at St George's Park Credit: Getty The team — managed by Gareth Southgate — had a splashing time at St George’s Park yesterday as ...Full Story »

Harry Maguire to make England return vs Scotland as Man Utd star finally shakes off injury

Posted Thursday, June 17, 2021 by Express.co.uk38 hits

Harry Maguire will return from injury for England against Scotland at Wembley on Friday night. Harry Maguire is poised to make a dramatic return against Scotland on Friday night after vowing to play through the pain to deliver Euro 2020 glory for England. Maguire is still in some discomfort from the ankle ligament damage he sustained on Manchester United duty seven weeks ago but has declared h...Full Story »

Miss England will cheer on Gareth Southgate and his boys against Scotland

Posted Wednesday, June 16, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk63 hits

THE current Miss England winner will be cheering on Gareth Southgate and his boys against Scotland this week and has backed the three lions to go all the way. Dr Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, praised our boys after their 1-0 victory over Croatia at the weekend. Miss England will cheer on Gareth Southgate and his boys against ScotlandCredit: Alan Strutt 2021 The beauty queen returned to Britain from I...Full Story »

Steve Clarke not blaming Scotland’s David Marshall for Patrik Schick wonder goal

Posted Tuesday, June 15, 2021 by PA15 hits

Boss Steve Clarke refused to blame David Marshall after the Scotland goalkeeper was beaten from almost the halfway line in the 2-0 defeat by the Czech Republic at Hampden Park.In what was the Scots’ return to a major finals for the first time in 23 years, Patrik Schick headed the Czechs in front in their Euro 2020 opener three minutes before the interval.The striker doubled that lead in th...Full Story »

5 things learned from Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic

Posted Monday, June 14, 2021 by 101 GREAT GOALS22 hits

1. Tierney a big miss With the news that Kieran Tierney would be unavailable for the match, Steve Clarke’s masterplan took a major hit. Leeds United’s Liam Cooper was tasked with slotting into the left-centre back position which Tierney has made his own under Clarke. Simply, Cooper is far less attack minded than Tierney and even though the Arsenal man is technically playing in a...Full Story »

Scotland begin Euro 2020 campaign with defeat by the Czech Republic at Hampden

Posted Monday, June 14, 2021 by PA43 hits

Scotland’s return to a major finals for the first time in 23 years began with a deflating 2-0 defeat by the Czech Republic at Hampden Park.In front of 9,847 fans – most of them Scots – both sides had chances in their opening Euro 2020 fixture before striker Patrik Schick headed the Czechs in front three minutes before the interval.Schick doubled that lead in the 52nd minute wit...Full Story »

SCOT THE LOT Andy Robertson surprises Scotland pals with £900 Euro 2020 gift boxes including can of Tennent’s, Irn Bru & whiskey

Posted Friday, June 11, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk66 hits

The Liverpool star, 27, set up the surprise for Steve Clarke’s men as they arrived at their Euro 2020 training camp in Middlesbrough on Wednesday. Andy Robertson has surprised his Scotland teammates ahead of Euro 2020 Credit: Getty The personalised gift bags were given to each player and staff member Credit: Instagram @andyrobertson94 All squad members and staff were given a range of gi...Full Story »

Depleted Scotland claim encouraging draw against Holland

Posted Thursday, June 03, 2021 by PA45 hits

A weakened Scotland side showed their mettle with an encouraging 2-2 draw against Holland in Portugal.Boss Steve Clarke have opted to leave six players – David Marshall, Stephen O’Donnell, Nathan Patterson, Grant Hanley, John McGinn and Che Adams – behind in Spain, where they had been in a training camp, following John Fleck’s positive Covid-19 test.It was an “...Full Story »

HAPPY GILMOUR Watch heartwarming moment Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour sees place in Scotland’s Euro 2020 announced on Sky Sports

Posted Thursday, May 20, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk67 hits

Midfielder Gilmour beamed as he watched Sky Sports News and saw his name in Steve Clarke's 26-man team. Ben Chilwell captured the heartwarming moment Billy Gilmour reacted to the news he had made Scotland's Euro 2020 squad Credit: Twitter @ScotlandSky Billy Gilmour beamed as he watched Sky Sports News and saw his name in Steve Clarke's 26-man team Credit: Twitter @ScotlandSky And he is likely...Full Story »

Lyndon Dykes injury gives Scotland cause for concern as QPR beat Luton

Posted Saturday, May 08, 2021 by PA26 hits

Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes suffered an injury as QPR ended a promising campaign with a 3-1 victory at home to Luton.Stefan Johansen and Albert Adomah scored after Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s equaliser had cancelled out Charlie Austin’s opener.It meant the west London side finished ninth in the Sky Bet Championship table and will hope to challenge for promotion next term.But Scotland b...Full Story »

Steve Clarke not too concerned with two points after another Scotland stalemate

Posted Monday, March 29, 2021 by PA21 hits

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke claims it is too early to say they are already struggling in their World Cup group after his side drew their second game of the campaign.Clarke’s side followed up a 2-2 home draw against Austria by being held to a 1-1 draw by fourth seeds Israel in Tel Aviv.Top seeds Denmark had won at the same venue three days earlier before thrashing Moldova 8-0 to move f...Full Story »

Ryan Fraser’s second-half strike earns a point for Scotland in Israel

Posted Monday, March 29, 2021 by PA23 hits

Ryan Fraser’s strike spared Scotland another defeat in Israel as they were forced to come from behind to claim another World Cup qualifying draw.Fraser struck 11 minutes into the second half to earn Scotland a 1-1 draw in front of around 5,000 fans at the Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv.The hosts had taken a deserved lead a minute before the break when David Marshall palmed Dor Peretz&rsquo...Full Story »

Superb John McGinn overhead kick earns a point against Austria for Scotland

Posted Friday, March 26, 2021 by PA30 hits

John McGinn’s superb overhead kick rescued a point for Scotland in the 85th minute of their opening World Cup qualifier against Austria.Steve Clarke’s side twice came from behind at Hampden to seal a 2-2 draw following a thrilling second half.Norwich defender Grant Hanley headed Scotland’s first goal in his first international for three years but Sasa Kalajdzic headed his secon...Full Story »

Tottenham plot second Kyle Joseph swoop after highly-rated Scotland youth star rejected £150,000 transfer

Posted Sunday, January 03, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk63 hits

TOTTENHAM are set to go back in for Wigan hotshot Kyle Joseph after his superb hat-trick against Burton in midweek. Spurs made a £150,000 offer for the Scotland Under-21 striker in the last window. Tottenham are ready to return for Wigan ace Kyle Joseph And Jose Mourinho’s side also put a deal on the table to tempt him. But Joseph said no — and also snubbed Sheffield United....Full Story »

Stephen Robinson criticises poor communication over Scotland Under-21s situation

Posted Sunday, November 22, 2020 by PA29 hits

Stephen Robinson refused to use the absences of Scotland Under-21 internationals Allan Campbell and Barry Maguire as an excuse for Motherwell’s disappointing 1-1 draw with St Johnstone.The Steelmen took the lead with an early Mark O’Hara drive but were pegged back by Stevie May’s penalty for the home side.Neither side could find a winner in a second half devoid of goalmouth cha...Full Story »

Steve Clarke demands further improvement from Scotland after Israel defeat

Posted Thursday, November 19, 2020 by PA32 hits

Scotland manager Steve Clarke admitted their 1-0 defeat in Israel showed how much progress they still need to make despite ending their exile from the big stage.Manor Solomon’s well-taken counter-attack goal in the 44th minute consigned Scotland to a second 1-0 defeat since qualifying for Euro 2020.Scotland were four points clear in Nations League Group B2 on Sunday morning, but defeats in...Full Story »

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