Former Bolton boss Owen Coyle has thrown his hat into the ring for Scotland's vacant managerial post.
Former Bolton boss Owen Coyle has admitted he would be willing to talk to the SFA about the vacant manager's job.
The Scottish Football Association have begun discusssions over appointing a permanent successor to Craig Levein.
Scotland captain Darren Fletcher knows the SFA need to think long-term in their search for Craig Levein's successor.
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan is not ruling Billy Stark out of the running as new national coach.
Joe Jordan admits he would love the chance to manage Scotland as the national side continue their search for a boss.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager's job with Scotland.
Alex McLeish told The FF Show that Scotland have enough quality players to halt their malaise.
Dougie Freedman feels Craig Levein should have been given longer by Scotland and hopes to one day take charge himself.
Owen Coyle says he would definitely be interested in the Scotland manager's job if he were to be approached.
Gordon Strachan says it would be "an honour" to manage his national team following Craig Levein's departure.
Motherwell boss Stuart McCall says he does not want to be considered for the vacant Scotland manager's job.
Joe Jordan admits to being flattered at being linked with the Scotland managerial vacancy.
Alex McLeish has seemingly ruled himself out of the running to make a return as manager of Scotland.
Craig Levein has lost his job as Scotland manager following a poor start to World Cup qualifying.
Sky Sports takes a look at some of the possible candidates to replace Craig Levein as Scotland coach.
SFA Chief Executive Stuart Regan gives his reasons for dismissing Craig Levin as Scotland manager.
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan says the decision to fire manager Craig Levein was not taken lightly.
The Scottish Football Association has confirmed that Craig Levein has been sacked as the manager of the national team.
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