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    if Levein isn't sacked by Monday god only knows what the SFA are thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaisedACelt View Post
    if Levein isn't sacked by Monday god only knows what the SFA are thinking.
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    I feel sorry for Levein. I know he's made some crap selections and tactical decisions in the past but he got everything spot on last night and ended up losing because of a referee, a linesman and a cracking goal. Nothing to do with him. If those things went his way people would be saying "fair play Levein, he's improved".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Euskadi View Post
    I feel sorry for Levein. I know he's made some crap selections and tactical decisions in the past but he got everything spot on last night and ended up losing because of a referee, a linesman and a cracking goal. Nothing to do with him. If those things went his way people would be saying "fair play Levein, he's improved".
    aye last night was a farce

    however I don't think Levein was ever the right guy for the job, he tried tos et us up to be hard to beat but the problem there is you need to win some games to qualify for tournaments, we just didn't have the style to win enough under his tactics.

    Also i always wondered what Leveins credentials for the job were in the first place, he made hearts an alright SPL team, done nothing at Leicester and then made Dundee Utd a decent SPL team.

    previous managers like Smith and McLeish at least had won titles and had experience managing a side in europe etc.

    for example Marcello Lippi had won Serie A titles and champions league before becoming the Italy boss, Del Bosque had managed Real Madrid to titles and Champions Leagues etc

    I just wonder how there couldn't have been better experienced men for the job, probably though no cunts wants it.

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    This could be Fat Sally's way out of Ibrox...

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    Kenya never qualified for ACON, so we won't be losing Wanyama in January. Nigeria did though so we'll likely not have Ambrose around that time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Euskadi View Post
    I feel sorry for Levein. I know he's made some crap selections and tactical decisions in the past but he got everything spot on last night and ended up losing because of a referee, a linesman and a cracking goal. Nothing to do with him. If those things went his way people would be saying "fair play Levein, he's improved".
    very true.. but he should have played Fletcher (Steven) in both games that they drew

    all I heard was 'the ball was never out' when Scotland's second goal was disallowed, but the guy was clearly offside so either way it shouldn't have stood. quality performance by Gareth Bale, but never a penalty.

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    Alasdair Lamont ‏@BBCAlLamont
    James Forrest confirmed as out Scotland squad with groin injury

    Brown also out. That's where my interest ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriz View Post
    Alasdair Lamont ‏@BBCAlLamont
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    Brown also out. That's where my interest ends.
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    some positives at least


    SFA chief Stewart Regan is facing the axe.

    Rebel clubs furious at his handling of Zombies’ collapse and the poor World Cup campaign, believe they now have enough support to oust him.

    And they could force Regan to step down by moving for a vote of no confidence in his ability to improve Scottish football.

    The motion requires 10 backers but it is understood that 21 clubs have already confirmed their intention to back chief executive Regan’s removal.

    One club chairman said: “The time is right.

    “Obviously, we’d rather be going to Brazil in 2014 but that’s never going to happen. We need to use this disappointment to force change.

    “Our call for a Special General Meeting and a vote of no confidence in Regan will be presented within the next 10 days.

    “If the vote goes against Regan then the SFA board will be called on to act and I don’t see how he can survive that.”

    Regan has been under pressure since SFL clubs claimed he lied to them and attempted to bully them to vote new Zombies into the First Division in the summer.

    With Scotland’s World Cup campaign doomed they will make their move.

    Read more: Rebels gun for Regan | The Sun |Scottish Sport

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    Must really confuse the deluded Huns when they're reminded every other club hates the SFA for trying their hardest to help Zombies. It's actually going to have cost Regan his job yet they've convinced themselves he was out to get them. Talk about ungrateful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euskadi View Post
    This could be Fat Sally's way out of Ibrox...

    Would love him to do both jobs at the one time
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    Really poor match so far against the Faroese but 1-0 now just after have time.

    Wilson with a screamer (via deflection).

    English having there match in Poland called off
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    2-0 woop. Walters.

    Germans beating the Swedes too which is good.

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    2-1, oh dear.

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    Hope they draw or lose so Trappatoni gets sacked

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    3-1, simple enough in the second half.

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    And 4-1. Done the job in the second half.

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    Commons off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Mac View Post
    Really poor match so far against the Faroese but 1-0 now just after have time.

    Wilson with a screamer (via deflection).

    English having there match in Poland called off
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