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Scotland fight England and Ivory Coast for 13-year-old Karamoko Dembele

Celtic prospect Karamoko Dembele was born in 2003, the same year as some events you probably remember quite well.

The Scottish Football Association will fight to convince 13-year-old Celtic midfielder Karamoko Dembele to pledge his international future to Scotland rather than England or Ivory Coast.

Dembele, who was born in London to Ivorian parents, made headlines earlier this month when he made his debut for Celtic's under-20 team despite his young age.

The midfielder, who moved to Glasgow at the age of five, has since been called into Scotland's U16 squad for the Victory Shield tournament but is reported...

 By PA Sport

Scotland chief Stewart Regan: No discussions to sack Gordon Strachan

Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan insists Hampden bosses did not discuss sacking Gordon Strachan in the wake of this month's defeat to Slovakia.

Scotland's hopes of reaching the next World Cup are hanging by a thread after taking just four points from their first three qualifiers.

Strachan must now hope his team can somehow claim a victory at Wembley when they face England next month or the Scots can all but wave goodbye to a place at Russia 2018.

That remains a tall order...

 By PA Sport

Scotland pick 13-year-old Karamoko Dembele for under-16s squad

Scotland have named Celtic prodigy Karamoko Dembele in their Victory Shield squad.

The 13-year-old has been included in the Scotland under-16s pool just weeks after making his debut for Celtic under-20s.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers later vowed to shield Dembele from further media coverage after he played nine minutes against Hearts in the SPFL Development League.

 By PA Sport

Leigh Griffiths right to be angry with Scotland snub - Chris Sutton

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol assesses what Scotland need to do to get back to winning ways after their latest loss to Slovakia.

Leigh Griffiths has every right to feel angry about his Scotland snub, according to Chris Sutton.

The BT Sport pundit believes Gordon Strachan has called it wrong after claiming his need to balance physicality with skill makes it difficult for Griffiths to lead the line for his country.

The national team boss has selected Derby's Chris Martin and Steven Fletcher of Sheffield Wednesday up top for the Scots' three World Cup qualifiers so far, leaving Celtic hitman Griffiths to be satisfied with two...