Date: 13th October 2017 at 12:31pm
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With Scotland failing to qualify for a second successive major international tournament, the former Manchester United midfielder, Gordon Strachan, has left the national coach role, by mutual consent.

The Scots have now failed to qualify for the Euro Finals in 2016 and the World Cup Finals in 2018, a poor record considering that two of the other home international minnows, Wales and Northern Ireland, have done better.

However, with the Scottish Football Association now looking for somebody to lead the country out of the international wilderness, somebody else with Manchester United connections could be ready to fill the void the departure of Gordon Strachan has created.

The man in question is David Moyes with the The Sun inferring that Moyes, who has been axed from his last two positions at Old Trafford and the Stadium of Light, would be willing to speak to the Scottish Football Association about the role.

It`s a difficult job turning the fortunes of the Scottish national team around but could David Moyes be the man for the job?