Scottish FA potency director Malky Mackay is to take interim charge of the Scotland national team of workers, after Gordon Strachan’s departure on Thursday.
The former Watford, Cardiff and Wigan manager will combine each and every jobs and take the team of workers for the 9 November friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie.
Strachan’s time as Scotland manager ended by means of “mutual consent” after missing out on a World Cup play-off place.
Strachan, 60, have been in charge of the national facet since January 2013.
Former Scotland defender Mackay, who moreover carried out for Celtic and Norwich, used to be as soon as appointed to his provide serve as in December ultimate 12 months, succeeding Brian McClair.
On saying Mackay’s interim appointment and the upcoming friendly, SFA chief executive Stewart Regan discussed it used to be as soon as “too premature to discuss” Strachan’s long-term successor.
“Recruitment phase begins next week,” he discussed. “It’s tricky to place a timescale on choice.
“We believe we can compete [financially] to get the proper person for the executive’s procedure.
“We want someone capable of getting to Euro 2020.”