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Mark McGhee

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  1. Scotland No2 Mark McGhee believes sophisticated football is key to revival under Gordon Strachan

    MANY reasons have been suggested for the upturn in Scotland's fortunes, but the former Motherwell boss believes the main reason is adopting a more European style FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  2. Mark McGhee insists next month's Euro qualifier with Ireland is NOT a must-win clash for Scotland

    GORDON Strachan’s assistant has played down the significance of the showdown at Parkhead with the Group D pacesetters and claims a draw won't be a disaster. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  1. Scotland No.2 Mark McGhee: We stifled Mandzukic in Zagreb so we can handle Polish predator Lewandowski

    MARK McGHEE has backed Scotland's stoppers to snuff out Poland's Dortmund ace Robert Lewandowski when the two sides meet in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier on Tuesday. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  2. Scotland v Georgia: Ryan Gauld can force his way into our starting XI, says Mark McGhee

    SPORTING LISBON starlet Gauld could be in line for a full Scotland debut in Saturday's Euro 2016 crunch against Georgia, according to assistant boss McGhee. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  3. Scotland assistant Mark McGhee: We can use pain of last qualifying campaign to fire us to Euro 2016

    McGHEE says he and Gordon Strachan accept part of the responsibility for missing out on the World Cup - despite the fact the campaign was doomed when they took over. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  1. Scotland excited by form of Sunderland striker Fletcher

    Scotland No2 Mark McGhee is delighted with the goalscoring form of Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher. NO, This article does not meet Newsnow guidelines read more FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

  2. Ryan Gauld isn't in Scotland squad to make up the numbers insists Mark McGhee

    There are few people who think Ryan Gauld will make his Scotland debut against Georgia on Saturday but Mark McGhee has told the 18-year-old playmaker that stranger things have happened. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  3. McGhee confident of Scots potential

    Mark McGhee is confident the Scotland squad can handle the new-found expectation levels around the national team. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  4. McGhee hails in-form Fletcher

    Scotland assistant boss Mark McGhee claims Steven Fletcher may have played himself into the side that will face Georgia. FULL ARTICLE AT Sporting Life

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Mark Edward McGhee (born 25 May 1957 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a former professional footballer and current manager of Aberdeen. McGhee played for a host of Scottish and English clubs, before he had to abruptly retire because of injury. He started his playing career at Greenock Morton before moving on to Newcastle United, Aberdeen, Hamburg, Celtic, IK Brage and Reading and won the Scottish PFA... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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