Stewart Regan admits feeling disappointed he was unable to persuade Michael O'Neill to become Scotland's national manager.
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Gordan Strachan says he is not surprised Michael O'Neill turned down the chance to become Scotland manager.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has decided against taking charge of the Scotland team.
Scotland will prepare for their 2018 UEFA Nations League campaign with friendlies against Costa Rica, Hungary, Peru and Mexico, the Scottish FA have announced.
Michael O'Neill's future as Northern Ireland manager is expected to be
resolved before Wednesday's Nations League draw.
Michael O'Neill and the SFA met on Thursday in a meeting described as "productive", according to Sky sources.
Michael O'Neill will meet SFA officials Alan McRae and Stewart Regan to discuss the Scotland manager's job.
The Scottish FA has agreed to pay Michael O’Neill’s £500,000 release clause and will now begin formal talks with the Northern Ireland boss, Sky sources understand.
The SFA says progress has been made in the search for a new Scotland manager, but an appointment will not be rushed.
Gordon Strachan admits he regrets bemoaning the genetic make-up of Scottish players while in charge of the national team.
Gordon Strachan has admitted that his sacking as Scotland boss broke his heart, likening his dismissal to being "dumped".
The case for retaining Hampden as the home of Scottish football has been dealt a blow after a survey found just 15 per cent of fans were happy to stay put.
Michael O'Neill has been offered a new six-year contract to remain as Northern Ireland manager until 2023, Sky Sports News understands.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has revealed he has not spoken to any other national sides and has plans to take his current team to Euro 2020.
Queen's Park Football Club say they are concerned about the future of Hampden Park after the Scottish FA admitted they were considering leaving the national stadium.
Stoke midfielder Darren Fletcher says he feels humbled to break the Premier League record for appearances by a Scot.
Irish FA chiefs have given Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill permission to speak to Scotland, according to Sky sources.
Brendan Rodgers says Michael O'Neill would have plenty of talent to work with if he were to become Scotland manager.
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