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 By PA Sport

Steven Naismith: Scotland should leave Hampden Park

Steven Naismith is in support of Scotland playing a multiple venues.

Scotland international Steven Naismith believes Hampden's time should be up.

Naismith is in favour of moving Scotland games around the country instead of renewing the lease to use the national stadium.

The Scottish Football Association has been in discussions with Queen's Park over the terms of the lease, which ends in 2020, with an outcome expected before the end of this year. Talks have also been held about the use of BT Murrayfield for major football games.

And Naismith feels the SFA is right...

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England set to face Scotland at Euro 2020 should both sides qualify

The ESPN FC panel feel England should emerge from Group G, but first must overcome the fear factor of World Cups.
Stewart Robson feels England lucked out and got a fairly easy group that contains Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

England and Scotland are set to face each other in the group stage of Euro 2020 if both teams qualify.

Tournament organisers UEFA announced on Thursday that Wembley will stage four more games than previously planned in the tournament which will be played in major cities across Europe.

And a random draw to decide which cities will host group games paired London with Glasgow, with the assurance that each team that qualifies will play at least two home matches during the pool stage.

That means England...

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Denis Law 'lost for words' after being granted Freedom of Aberdeen

Manchester United great Denis Law, pictured in 2012, was born in Aberdeen.

More than 15,000 people lined the streets of Aberdeen to greet Manchester United and Scotland legend Denis Law as he celebrated being granted the Freedom of the City.

The former striker and charity ambassador led the annual Christmas lights switch-on parade, following Saturday's conferral ceremony at the Beach Ballroom.

Previous recipients of the honour include Sir Winston Churchill, Nelson and Winnie Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev and Sir Alex Ferguson.

The 77-year-old, who was born in the city, said:...

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Northern Ireland's Michael O'Neill set for talks over Scotland job - reports

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill will hold talks with Scotland over their coaching vacancy in the coming days, according to multiple reports.

Irish Football Association board members gathered for a scheduled meeting on Friday afternoon but a long-standing agreement with O'Neill means permission was a formality.

The Scottish Football Association approached its counterpart in Belfast on Wednesday after identifying O'Neill as the man it wants to succeed Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager.

However,...

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Scotland caretaker boss Malky Mackay to 'return to the day job' after loss

Memphis Depay got the only goal in the Netherlands 1-0 victory over Scotland in a friendly.

Malky Mackay will "return to the day job'' on Friday brimming with pride over the way his new-look Scotland side performed under his caretaker charge.

Scotland fell to a 1-0 defeat by the Netherlands at Pittodrie but Memphis Depay's 40th-minute counter-attack goal looked offside and the visitors otherwise struggled to break down Mackay's side.

The Scots had a series of promising moves but makeshift striker Matt Phillips looked like a player out of position while Callum McGregor, John McGinn and...