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Craig Levein blames referee as Czechs snatch 2-2 draw

September 4, 2011 by

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Czech manager Michal Bilek breathed a sigh of relief as the Czechs put their 3-0 humping from Norway behind them and snatched a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park. The Czechs were good value for the draw despite their defence looking like a group of players who had just met. Scotland on the other hand were lacking […]

Craig Levein – Pioneer or Plank?

October 11, 2010 by

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  Following Craig Levein’s recent comments about his much talked about 4-6-0 formation I decided to look a bit further into his reasoning and post game comments. I suppose in some way I should consider myself privileged as I witnessed first hand Craig Levein’s ground breaking formation, 4-6-0. Yes, 4-6-0, the equivalent of having a gun with no […]

Theres only one Pavel Srnicek

October 10, 2010 by

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Friday night internationals have taken over from the usual saturday games, im still not sure if im favour of playing internationals on a Friday evening. I think Scotland could have played until Saturday and still not scored a goal, their performance was so poor they made the Czechs look like world beaters. I arrived at the game an […]