Sport Scott Brown likely to retire from international football

14:21  13 october  2017
14:21  13 october  2017 Source:

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Scott Brown understands Kris Commons' desire to spend more time with his family. But SFA performance director Wotte tweeted: “ Retiring at 29, after 10 caps, honestly, still puzzles me! Most read in Football .

Midfielder Scott Brown has come out of retirement and is likely to be named in Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad to face England at Wembley when Brown , 31, retired from international football in the summer but is now prepared to help the team resurrect their World Cup qualifying campaign.

Celtic midfielder Scott Brown is likely to retire from international football for a second time according to a report from the Evening Times.

The report suggests that Brown is now likely to quit the Scottish national team following the departure of manager Gordon Strachan.

Brown was a regular for the Scottish side who failed to qualify from their group after the away draw to Slovenia.

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The pressure was already mounting on Strachan after a disappointing start to the qualifying campaign, but the squad turned it around in the latter stages of the group with a strong run of form.

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Scott Brown puts club before country as he retires from Scotland to focus on Celtic. Premier League Championship Scottish Premiership European Teams. Scott Brown has taken the decision to retire from international football .

Scotland midfielder Scott Brown has retired from international football , the Scottish Football Association has announced. The Celtic captain won his 50th and final cap against Denmark back in March but has now decided to call time on his Dark Blues run in a bid to prolong his Hoops career.

Leigh Griffiths appeared to keep Scotland’s hopes alive with a first-half goal but Slovenia pushed for an equaliser and the game finished 2-2.

David Moyes is the early favourite for the job, while Malky Mackay, Sam Allardyce and Paul Lambert have also seen their names enter the frame.

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Stubbs believes John McGinn is ideal replacement for Brown .
Former Celtic defender Alan Stubbs believes that Hibernian midfielder John McGinn is the perfect replacement for veteran Celtic midfielder Scott Brown, according to a report on the Daily Record. The young Scotland international is a huge Celtic fan and is highly-rated by Stubbs, who signed him in July 2015 during his spell in charge of Hibernian. McGinn has been tipped for a wonderful career and even has some English Premier League sides keeping close tabs on his situation at Hibernian. Celtic take on Hibs on Saturday in the Scottish League Cup semi-final where McGinn will be hoping to show everyone what the fuss about him is about. The 23-year-old has already been a nemesis for Brendan Rodgers when he found the back of the net twice to earn Hibs a draw with the Hoops last month. McGinn has also been tipped to become a first-team starter in midfield for Scotland. Stubbs said: “John is good enough to play for Celtic. If they decided to go for John in the next couple of years he would be a ready-made replacement.” “He is a player who is on an upward spiral. He has not yet reached his full potential as he is still growing and maturing as a player. I have no doubt he could perform at Premier League level.

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