Who could replace Gordon Strachan as Scotland boss?

A look at who could be in the running for manager of Scotland as the team are search for a new boss following Gordon Strachan's departure on Thursday.

Gordon Strachan is a Scottish football manager and former player, who was the manager of the Scotland national team from the 2013.

Strachan, who is 60-years-old, was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and he was on the position of a midfielder.

Strachan started his youth career in Dundee, and he continued to play in that team in the first 3 years of his senior career, before he was transferred to Aberdeen. Five years (1984-1989) he was playing for the Manchester United, and from 1989 until 1995, Strachan was at the Leeds United. He finished his great career as a player in Coventry City, playing for the team from 1995, until 1997. He also played for the national team of Scotland.

He has managed many teams: Coventry City (1996-2001), Southampton (2001-2004), Celtic (2005-2009), Middlesbrough (2009-2010) and the Scotland national team.

The other day, Strachan resigned from his position of Scotland's national team manager, after he and his team failed to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Find out who are the possible candidates for this blank spot, in this video!!!

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