Ireland and Scotland will meet in the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers, rekindling memories of Jack Charlton’s first campaign. Andrew Muirhead of Scotzine gives us the low-down on our Celtic cousins.
The draw for Euro 2016 has paired Ireland and Scotland together for the first time since 1986, and while the Irish are placed in Group D as second seeds, with Germany already installed as favourites for the tournament, and Poland and the Scots involved, new boss Martin O’Neill would have wished for a far easier road to France.
New Scotland manager Gordon Strachan wants to emulate Giovanni Trapattoni by bringing the Tartan Army back to a major finals and hopes the Irish will join them. The former Celtic boss, unveiled as the new national team manager at Hampden […]