Former Celtic and Middlesbrough boss Gordon Strachan has been named as the new manager of Scotland's national team.
The SFA moved for Strachan after sacking Craig Levein in November following a disastrous run of results.
The 55-year-old, an inductee of the Scotland Hall of Fame after amassing 50 caps for his country, has been out of management since leaving Middlesbrough in October 2010.
Strachan's first match will be a friendly against Estonia at Pittodrie early next month before a World Cup double header against Wales at Hampden and a trip to Serbia on 22 and 26 March.
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