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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL: McLeish to rely on experience | Redknapp backs Sinclair to sign for Bournemouth | Armstrong not thinking about Celtic contract

Scottish Football
Published on 27/03/2018
Alex McLeish will rely on experience against Hungary.

Harry Redknapp has backed Bournemouth to sign Sinclair as Stuart Armstrong concentrates on fitness rather than future.

All the latest from Scottish football below.

Alex McLeish reveals he will pick an experienced Scotland team for Hungary friendly

Alex McLeish will pick a more experienced team in his second match back in charge.

Alex McLeish has no fears over Scott McTominay’s Scotland commitment

Alex McLeish has stressed he has no fears over Scott McTominay's commitment to the Scotland cause after the Manchester United midfielder did not travel to Budapest for tonight's friendly with Hungary. 

Harry Redknapp would love to see Scott Sinclair join Bournemouth

Bournemouth legend Harry Redknapp has urged wantaway Celtic star Scott Sinclair: Come on down.

Stuart Armstrong focusing on fitness rather than Celtic future

Stuart Armstrong insists he's focusing on his fitness rather than his future as Celtic chase back-to-back Trebles.

Jack Ross would like to bring Liam Smith to St Mirren permanently

St Mirren manager Jack Ross admits that he would like to bring Liam Smith to the club on a permanent basis, but that his future is in the hands of parent club Hearts. Ross is a huge fan of the young full-back, who has been consistently impressive for the Buddies during his loan spell from Tynecastle this season.

Harry Cochrane: I owe everything to Hearts and Craig Levein

Harry Cochrane has thanked Hearts manager Craig Levein for giving him the chance to shine at such an early age.

Tommy Wright won’t lose sleep after missing out on Paul McGowan

Tommy Wright insists he is not losing sleep despite seeing Paul McGowan knocking back the chance to join St Johnstone.

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