Yesterday it was Sven Goran Eriksson [originally talkSPORT], now it’s the turn of former Rangers boss Dick Advocaat.
The vacant Scotland managerial role has people talking as the country looks for Alex McLeish’s successor. And it’s not exactly something everyone can agree on.
No one really knows whether to go for an international boss or keep the next coach Scottish. But according to the Scottish Sun, Dutchman Dick Advocaat has thrown his name into the ring anyway.

Advocaat managed Rangers between 1998-2001. Mandatory Credit: Mark Thompson/ALLSPORT

The paper claims that the former Holland manager has “a vision of leading Scotland to the Euro 2020 finals.”

The Little General, as the 71-year-old coach is known, would provide ample experience in the role. Not just at international level with the likes of the UAE, South Korea, Belgium, Russia, Serbia and Holland, but also at club level.
Advocaat has managed the likes of PSV, Rangers, Zenit, Sunderland and Fenerbache amongst many others in an illustrious career. He is currently the manager of Dutch side and first love Utrecht.
But with his contract reportedly set to expire at the end of the season Advocaat is keen on a move back into international football.
Could we yet see the feisty little Dutchman back on Scottish soil?

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