Scotland chance for Stark
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan is not ruling Billy Stark out of the running as new national coach.
The Scotland U21 boss has taken temporary charge of the senior squad for the friendly in Luxembourg on Wednesday following the recent dismissal of Craig Levein.
And Regan believes the match at the Stade Josy Barthel will give Stark the ideal opportunity to prove his credentials for getting the role on a permanent basis.
"Billy has got a great opportunity to show what he can do," Regan said. "He's a great guy. He has been very committed to the under-21s.
"He has agreed to take this position on an interim basis, until the board have decided on the next step.
"Depending on how Billy performs and his own views, then clearly we would keep the door open for any potential candidate at this stage."
Stark played down his interest in the vacant post and insists his only aim at the moment is to get the best out of the squad at his disposal in Luxembourg City.
"The way I view it is I'm honoured and privileged to be asked to take the team," Stark said. "The main aim in a general sense is for the players to produce a good performance and a result, and I'm looking no further than that."
Hello, regular commenting on Orange News and Sport pages closes on Thursday 30 May 2013. We will continue to provide a commenting facility on major news and sport events on orangeworld.co.uk. Contact us via http://oran.ge/OWfeedback if you have any further questions. Thanks.