Rangers-bound winger Jordan Jones has tipped Kilmarnock team-mate Greg Taylor for a Scotland cap after their club boss Steve Clarke was named as the new national team boss.
Clarke’s appointment was confirmed earlier today and Jones, after wishing his now-former boss luck on Twitter, sent a message to left-back Taylor.


Taylor has had a fantastic season for Kilmarnock as they Ayrshire side finished in their highest league position since 1966.
After two seasons of record-breaking success at Rugby Park, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Taylor given a chance to impress at international level.

KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 09: James Tavernier of Rangers vies with Jordan Jones of Kilmarnock during the Scottish Cup 5th Round match between Kilmarnock and Rangers at Rugby Park on February 9, 2019 in Kilmarnock, Scotland.

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Jones will move to Ibrox after penning a pre-contract in January with Glen Kamara – who would move to Ibrox later that month – and missed the 2-1 win over his new side yesterday.
The Northern Irishman will face a fight for a place in Steven Gerrard’s with a host of wingers already at the club and the possibility that Ryan Kent will return on a second loan deal.
3rd April 2019, Easter Road, Edinburgh, Scotland; Ladbrokes Premiership football, Hibernian versus Kilmarnock; Marc McNulty of Hibernian and Greg Taylor of Kilmarnock compete for possession of the ball

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The 24-year-old made 112 appearances during his time in Ayrshire, scoring 11 times and contributing 22 assists, and has been a key player in the success under Clarke.
Clarke’s first game as Scotland boss will be the Euro 202 qualifier against Cyprus next month.

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