Gordon Strachan

The word "legend" is bandied about all too freely in matters showbiz and sporting, but there are a handful of performers in both spheres who truly merit the accolade. One such, in the context of Leeds United Football Club at least, is current Scotland manager and former United captain and hero Gordon Strachan.
The post Double side of the early 60s was, in Jimmy's judgement, the best team in the world at the time and not many who watched them would argue. They were never mollycoddled and they enjoyed every minute that they played together. Could this have been at least a part of their secret?
Scotland have revealed their new Adidas away kit and it has not been well received. Resembling an ice lolly, captain Scott
In a way it was fitting that a match between two historic rivals was settled by a towering header from an old fashioned number
England had to come from behind twice to defeat an industrious but inferior Scotland at Wembley, as Rickie Lambert nodded
You were warned they would come in their droves, and Scotland fans have set about taking over London for the day ahead of
The England-Scotland rivalry, unlike Germany-Holland, Brazil-Argentina or Italy-France, is an absorbing international rivalry
You can gauge the shift just from the makeup of the crowd at Wembley in 1996. Seventeen years ago, it was genuine and rowdy
Gordon Strachan, like many men who crossed Sir Alex Ferguson, experienced an uneasy relationship with the man who managed
Gordon Strachan admitted being appointed the Scotland manager was the culmination of a personal project "40 years in the