'Griffiths inclusion makes it 100x better', 'surely Nisbet a better option?', 'best squad in a long time': Scotland fans react to squad announcement
Steve Clarke has named his Scotland squad for the upcoming international triple-header, including the Euro 2020 play-off against Serbia.
Here’s how the fans reacted to the squad:
@Gastro_Celtic: “The inclusion of Griffiths automatically makes that attack about 100x better.”
@loganspeed7: “If we’re Gon with two up, dykes and griffiths nothing else.”
@Boxonchaves: “That's as strong a squad as we have had in a long time. Probably going back to the mid to late 90's. Delighted to see Griffiths back.”
@ryananderson136: "What’s Shankland doing there 2 goals this season surely Kevin Nisbet would be a better option?”
@lewisdalgarno: "Would not be shocked if Gordon plays at least one of the 3 games. Put it this way - I doubt he's agreed to the call up just to be the 3rd choice keeper.”
@steve_c513: “That graphic is wrong, it shows Grant Hanley in the squad.”
@theminsk1902: “Grant hanley 1-0 v Serbia thts the result here we gooo.”
@DanielM25057585: “That actually looks like a really strong squad. Quality in each section, just not necessarily for a system that suits everyone. But when you have Gordon/Marshall, Tierney/Robertson/McTominay, Mcgregor/Christie/Mcginn, Dykes/Griffiths, then surely that lays the foundations.”
@Lee_Hendry1872: "The fact that’s the best defence Scotland has to offer is worrying... Hanley, Consodine, Gallagher and O’Donnell should never be near an international squad.”
@Pol76celt1: “Four of our players getting called up to this coronavirus quigmare.”
@Lothianno4: “Absolutely ludicrous to be carrying on with international football at this time. The last international break clearly exhibited that footballers health is being put at risk unnecessarily. If it is to go ahead it should only include players from your own national league.”
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