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 By PA Sport

Scott Brown vows Scotland will qualify for future major tournaments

Scott Brown and Scotland will miss out on Euro 2016.

Skipper Scott Brown remains determined to qualify for a major finals with Scotland but knows it will not get any easier.

The Scots' last appearance on the main stage was at the 1998 World Cup in France and to widespread dismay throughout Scottish football they lost out on qualification for the expanded 2016 Euros in the same country after finishing fourth in their six-team section.

Gordon Strachan's side finished three points behind the Republic of Ireland, who beat Bosnia and Herzegovina in the...

UEFA fines England over crowd disturbances in Euro qualifier

England were fined over crowd disturbances in the 3-0 win over Lithuania.

NYON, Switzerland -- UEFA has fined England, Lithuania, Scotland and Poland over crowd issues in European Championship qualifiers earlier this month.

England were fined €15,000 ($16,510) over crowd disturbances in the 3-0 victory over Lithuania in Vilnius on Oct. 12.

The Lithuanian federation must pay UEFA €20,000 after also being found guilty of crowd disturbances and for breaching...

By ESPN Staff

Gordon Strachan to remain Scotland manager for World Cup qualifying

ESPN FC's former Scotland international Craig Burley sounds off on Scotland for celebrating a fourth-place finish in Euro 2016 qualifying.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley is brutally honest regarding his home nation's less than impressive performance in the group stage of the Euro 2016, failing to qualify.

Gordon Strachan will take charge of Scotland's World Cup qualifying campaign after signing a two-year extension as manager.

Strachan had taken time to consider his future after Scotland finished fourth in their European Championship group, behind Germany, Poland and play-off contenders Republic of Ireland.

But the vocal backing of an 11,000-strong travelling support in Scotland's final qualifier, a 6-0 win against Gibraltar, helped persuade Strachan to stay on.

A statement from the governing body...