Ian Crocker is joined by Andy Walker, Kris Boyd and special guest James McFadden to look back at Scotland’s start to the UEFA Nations League campaign, which saw them top their group despite an unconvincing win over a makeshift Czech Republic side and a draw at home to Israel. Subscribe on Apple | Spotify | CastboxShould Scotland go back to 4-2-3-1? Scotland were below-par as they came from behind to beat a makeshift Czech Republic in the Nations League this week. Walker: Scotland must improve ahead of play-offScotland edge past makeshift Czech RepublicRyan Christie pen cancelled out as Scotland heldScotland fixtures | Results | TableGet Sky Sports – All channels £23 a monthAndy Walker believes Scotland are making progress under manager Steve Clarke and sided against the notion of returning to the old system.”I don’t think we should be going back to 4-2-3-1,” Walker said. “I think you’ve got to give the manager the ability to look at his squad, see who’s fit and available and I have absolutely no problem playing three at the back.”I thought McTominay looked out of place – I know he’s played there once or twice with Manchester United but he looked really uncomfortable. Tierney… Read full this story
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