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David Moyes for Scotland after Gordon Strachan axing

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David Moyes for Scotland after Gordon Strachan axingStrachan left his position on Thursday after World Cup failure. Missing out on a second straight major tournament convinced the Scottish FA not to offer new deals to Strahan or his deputy Mark McGhee.
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Scotland are searching for a new manager after Gordon Strachan left his position on Thursday. Strachan's four-year reign in charge of the national team came to an end in the wake of their failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Here, Press Association Sport looks at six possible candidates to...

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