- Malky Mackay has been named as the interim manager of Scotland
- The SFA made the appointment following the dismissal of Gordon Strachan
- Friendly against Holland at Pittodrie on November 9 will be his first task
Malky Mackay has been placed in interim charge of Scotland for their friendly against Holland on November 9, the Scottish Football Association has announced.
Mackay’s appointment comes following the decision to sack Gordon Strachan after he failed to guide Scotland to a World Cup qualifying play-off.
Strachan had held the top job at Hampden Park since January 2013.
Malky Mackay has been put in interim charge of the Scottish national team
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan said it was ‘too…