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Andrew Considine admits Euro 2020 axe left him gutted but insists he's recharged for Aberdeen revolution

The Dons defender became a cult hero on the road to the Euros but didn't make the final cut in Steve Clarke's squad. For a spell last season, Andy Considine became a Scottish football cult hero. Originally a surprise call-up by national boss Steve Clarke, the Aberdeen defender cemented his place and played a part in our historic Euro 2020 qualification.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  7d 0
Andrew Considine admits Euro 2020 axe left him gutted but insists he's recharged for Aberdeen revolution

INTERVIEW: Scotland legend Joe Jordan reveals inspiration of Bremner, Law and Johnstone, and hopes Steve Clarke’s men learn from the Euros

Joe Jordan will never forget the drive and determination Scotland legends such as Billy Bremner, Denis Law and Jimmy Johnstone had to qualify for the 1974 World Cup Finals. He was a youngster back then, but learned from the senior professionals every time he turned up for national team duty.

sundaypost.com ,  7d 1
INTERVIEW: Scotland legend Joe Jordan reveals inspiration of Bremner, Law and Johnstone, and hopes Steve Clarke’s men learn from the Euros

Steve Clarke emerged from car crash Euro 2020 campaign unscathed – he’s getting far easier ride than his predecessors

AHEAD of next weekend’s Premiership kick-off, no apologies for revisiting Scotland’s performance in the Euros. Not sure how he’s done it, but Steve Clarke seems to have emerged from a car-crash campaign unscathed. One point from nine? One goal in three games?

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  7d 1
Steve Clarke emerged from car crash Euro 2020 campaign unscathed – he’s getting far easier ride than his predecessors

Eamonn Brophy insists Greg Kiltie could fill Jamie McGrath void if star leaves St Mirren

The Buddies forward is confident his former Killie teammate could replace McGrath's creative spark should the Ireland international leave the club. Eamonn Brophy admits it would be a massive blow to lose St Mirren’s star playmaker Jamie McGrath. But he insists the Buddies already have a ready-made replacement in the building in his former Killie team-mate Greg Kiltie.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  8d 1
Eamonn Brophy insists Greg Kiltie could fill Jamie McGrath void if star leaves St Mirren

Scotland will benefit from experience gained at Euro 2020, says SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell

Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell says Scotland's experience at Euro 2020 will benefit them greatly moving forward; Scotland qualified for first major tournament in 23 years but managed just one point in Group D 1:41 Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell believes the national team will benefit from their first tournament experience in over two decades.

skysports.com ,  11d 0
Scotland will benefit from experience gained at Euro 2020, says SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell

Aberdeen defender Declan Gallagher targeting World Cup qualifier starting slot with Scotland

Disappointed but not dejected, Declan Gallagher aims to use his Euro 2020 pain as motivation for the new season with Aberdeen. The 30-year-old summer signing was part of Steve Clarke’s 26-man squad at the summer finals, but did not get any Euro 2020 game time.

eveningexpress.co.uk ,  16d 1
Aberdeen defender Declan Gallagher targeting World Cup qualifier starting slot with Scotland

Declan Gallagher keen to put disappointment of Euro 2020 with Scotland behind him

Declan Gallagher admits he left Scotland’s Euro 2020 camp with a tinge of disappointment after not featuring at the tournament. Gallagher was an unused member of Steve Clarke’s squad at the Euros, as Scotland exited at the group stage. New Aberdeen signing Gallagher had played a key part in qualifying Scotland for the tournament, excelling in the play-off win over Serbia.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  16d 0
Declan Gallagher keen to put disappointment of Euro 2020 with Scotland behind him

Euro 2020: A look back at pundits quotes during England's run to final

WE boogied our way to the finals, but ultimately were sent packing before we even got started. Scotland's return to the major tournament stage was short-lived after being unceremoniously dumped out at the group stages. There's no denying that Steve Clarke and his players played their way into the history books, and in many ways re-captured the hearts of the nation.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  19d 0
Euro 2020: A look back at pundits quotes during England's run to final

Next international football tournament dates and Scotland's qualifying chances

Football fans were treated to a delightful four weeks of incredible action on the pitch, leaving Scots hungry for more. Scots were treated to a delightful feast of football as Euro 2020 provided its fair share of twists and turns throughout. It was the first tournament that a Scottish men’s side had competed in since the World Cup in 1998.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  19d 10
Next international football tournament dates and Scotland's qualifying chances

'He is the real deal' - verdict on Norwich City new boy

Norwich City loan star Billy Gilmour is the ‘real deal’ and a player future Scotland teams should build around. That’s the verdict of former Scotland winger, turned respected pundit Pat Nevin, who feels the Chelsea youngster can help Steve Clarke’s men punch above their weight at international level.

edp24.co.uk ,  19d 1
'He is the real deal' - verdict on Norwich City new boy

Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour ensures there is a bright future for Scotland – he is the real deal

Euro 2020 may have ended in disappointment but Steve Clarke has the makings of a side that can compete on the international stage Gareth Southgate may have helped England believe anything is possible for his country’s footballers, but up in Scotland Steve Clarke has also brought about a similarly increased level of confidence.

inews.co.uk ,  20d 1
Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour ensures there is a bright future for Scotland – he is the real deal

Weekly news round-up in Reading - July 11

WE have rounded up some of Reading's most shocking, exciting and important stories from the past week. Here are a few of the most significant stories readers should be aware of: 1. What we've learned so far from the trial of the teens accused of murdering Olly Stephens

readingchronicle.co.uk ,  20d 0
Weekly news round-up in Reading - July 11

Scots chippy worker Roberto Mancini backs namesake to dump England and lead Italy to glory in Euro final

A CHIPPY worker has more reason than most to be supporting Italy tonight — as he shares the same name as their manager. Roberto Mancini, 18, is confident the Azzurri boss will lead his team to Euro 2020 glory and keep England’s 55 years of footie agony rumbling on.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  21d 10
Scots chippy worker Roberto Mancini backs namesake to dump England and lead Italy to glory in Euro final

Former Aston Villa midfielder Aaron Tshibola finds a new club

Aston Villa signed for £5million in the summer of 2016 following the club's relegation from the Premier League Aaron Tshibola Aston Villa flop Aaron Tshibola has joined Turkish side Genclerbirligi Ankara after leaving Kilmarnock last month. Genclerbirligi were relegated from the Turkish Super Lig last season and Tshibola will play his football in the Turkish Second Football League for the foreseeable future.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  21d 2
Former Aston Villa midfielder Aaron Tshibola finds a new club

A return to the big stage but little to cheer for Scotland at Euro 2020

After a 23-year absence from the big time, new generations of Scots were introduced to the initial euphoria and shattering disappointment of following their nation in major tournaments. Despite the long wait, it was a depressingly familiar story of hopes rising when least anticipated and expectations not being met when it really mattered.

fourfourtwo.com ,  21d 2
A return to the big stage but little to cheer for Scotland at Euro 2020

A closer look at Scotland's short-lived Euro 2020 campaign

After a 23-year absence from the big time, new generations of Scots were introduced to the initial euphoria and shattering disappointment of following their nation in major tournaments. Despite the long wait, it was a depressingly familiar story of hopes rising when least anticipated and expectations not being met when it really mattered.

amp.sportsmole.co.uk ,  21d 1
A closer look at Scotland's short-lived Euro 2020 campaign

Jim Goodwin says Alan Power was one of his first targets as St Mirren boss and dismisses age concerns

The Buddies boss has been chasing Alan Power's signature since he took over in Paisley. Jim Goodwin revealed summer signing Alan Power was one of the first players he wanted to bring to Paisley. The 33-year-old was a huge part of Steve Clarke’s successful Kilmarnock side that reached the top six in successive seasons.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  23d 0
Jim Goodwin says Alan Power was one of his first targets as St Mirren boss and dismisses age concerns

Lawrence Shankland sets sights on return to Scotland squad

Lawrence Shankland has targeted a return to the Scotland squad in time for the World Cup qualifiers in September. The Dundee United striker played a part in getting Steve Clarke’s side to the 2020 European Championships – the country’s first major tournament in 23 years – but did not make the squad for the finals.

global.fourfourtwo.com ,  24d 0
Lawrence Shankland sets sights on return to Scotland squad

‘Come on Denmark!’: Scotland fans enjoy hilarious, tongue-in-cheek build-up to England’s Euro 2020 semi-final

Tonight, England can take a step closer to “bringing football home”. But if the mood on social media is anything to go by, Scotland fans will be watching the Auld Enemy’s Euro 2020 semi-final clash with Denmark from behind the sofa! Now Steve Clarke’s side are out – and England are potentially 90 minutes away from a place in the final against Italy.

eveningtelegraph.co.uk ,  24d 0
‘Come on Denmark!’: Scotland fans enjoy hilarious, tongue-in-cheek build-up to England’s Euro 2020 semi-final

Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet's special praise for Arsenal defender and sets goal for new season after memorable summer

Kevin Nisbet wants to build on his appearances at Euro 2020 and first Scotland goal by earning his first international start. The Hibs striker has made a string of appearances for Steve Clarke and the national team as a substitute and after making memories to last a lifetime this summer, he wants more time mixing with the cream of international football – including Scotland team-mate Kieran Tierney.

edinburghnews.scotsman.com ,  25d 2
Hibs striker Kevin Nisbet's special praise for Arsenal defender and sets goal for new season after memorable summer