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Scottish gossip: Scotland, Clarke, Gilmour, Dykes, Hanely, Lennon, Sakala

Head coach Steve Clarke believes Scotland The World Cup dream is back on track after Saturday’s 1-0 win against Moldova. (Sun)external link

Clarke After the narrow win in Hampden is not worried about the lack of lead, but has several players before the away game on Tuesday Austria.(Record)external link

Lyndon Dykes will score goals like his tap-in winner against Moldova “all day”. (Bulkheads – subscription required)external link

Scotland midfield player Billy Gilmour said he was “just too excited” about his big chance against Moldova. (Sky Sports)external link

Grant Hanley aims at another Scotland Goal against Austria in the match on Tuesday after the teams drew 2-2 at the beginning of qualifying. (Scotland on Sunday – subscription required)external link

Midfielder of FC Bayern Munich Marcel Sabitzer won’t be involved for Austria against Scotland because of a groin injury. (Herold – subscription required)external link

Former Celtic and Hibernian manager Neil Lennon is favorite to replace Stephen Kenny as Irish Republic Manager. (Sun)external link

Ex-Celtic striker Pierre van Hooijdonk says the club’s new striker Georgios Giakoumakis can score more than 20 goals in his debut season in Glasgow. (Sunday mail)external link

Former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes isn’t surprised either Celtic Yet ranger signed Ali McCann from St. Johnstone during the summer transfer window with the midfielder joining Preston. (Mail on Sunday via Recordexternal link)

The Zambian FA says ranger striker Fashion sakala is still recovering from an injury after failing to qualify for the World Cup against Mauritania and Tunisia. (Sun)external link

Aberdeen women boss Emma Hunter says their promoted side is not on SWPL1 to balance the numbers. (Evening Express – subscription required)external link

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