This international break is not a cup of tea for everyone, just as the domestic season is finally coming to an end.
But next year when we are in Qatar, we will thank our lucky stars for this night in Copenhagen.
Scotland will face Denmark in the World Cup qualifiers tonight, the first match of the triple header next week.
The national team has not been in action since their participation in the group stage at Euro 2020.
And now they intend to draw against Deniz for second place in their World Cup qualifying group.
Although built. FAR Ideally, players exit left, right, and center – literally – because of the coveted.
Talk about SOD law.
Of all the players dropped from the Scottish team, only Stephen O’Donnell had to be, right?
Steve Clarke had already beaten Nathan Peterson by code.
The last thing he needed was to lose just one and he left tonight in Copenhagen for the main World Cup qualifier.
It’s been one of those weeks for Clark.
John McGann’s return was bad. Scott McTomney, James Forrest and Greg Taylor also resigned.
Even newly appointed coach Austin McPhee suffered.
Kevin Nesbett has been added to the list of seven people killed in the trip to Denmark.
Clarke can be forgiven for thinking that the football gods are conspiring against him.
News of the team will arrive soon as we are approaching a big night in World Cup qualifying.