Gordon Strachan's future as Scotland manager could be decided on Thursday
By Sky Sports Scotland
Last Updated: 12/10/17 7:41am
The future of Scotland manager Gordon Strachan could be decided at an SFA board meeting on Thursday.
The former Aberdeen and Manchester United midfielder's position is on the agenda after Scotland failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Strachan refused to discuss his future after Sunday's draw in Slovenia, which saw Scotland finish third in qualifying Group F behind England and Slovakia.
He said: "The players in there, I've got to look after them. Not a problem about me. I'm really proud to be the manager."
Scotland will play a friendly game next month at home - not necessarily at Hampden Park - when the World Cup play-offs take place.
Strachan, who won 50 Scotland caps, has been in charge of the national side since January 2013, when he replaced Craig Levein.
Scotland have since failed to reach both the World Cup in 2014 and Euro 2016, as well as next year's tournament.