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Former Genk trainer re-appointed coach for Scotland

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Alex McLeish is the new coach of the Scottish national football team. To say that several British media, including the BBC. The 59-year-old McLeish was previously the national coach in 2007. When he was ten matches at the helm.

McLeish following Gordon Strachan. Strachan took in the October resignation, after Scotland in addition to the qualification for the world cup grip. The Scottish football association (SFA) has McLeish a two year contract will be offered and will give him Friday at a press conference proposals.

The Shot was in the past at the helm of, among others, Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest, Racing Genk (2014-2015) and the Egyptian Zamalek. In Zamalek got McLeish in may 2016, less than 65 days after his appointment.

Originally the SFA are arrows aimed at Michael O’neill. That extension, however, recently his contract with the Northern Irish national team.

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