Scotland can take inspiration from Russia, says Steve Clarke

Steve Clarke Needs Scotland to take inspiration from Russia in Advance of their European Qualifier at Moscow on Thursday night.

Even the 2018 World Cup hosts were composed off indoors and outside before storming into the quarter-finals, eventually dropping on penalties to Croatia.
Russia captain Artem Dzyuba recalled on Wednesday how perceptions had changed with an appreciation of their own supporters and results, and he was surprised the media didnt have more faith into their
National staff.
Scotland have almost no possibility of a top-two place in Group I but nevertheless have the play-offs in March to try to procure looks at Euro 2020 although with four beats in six qualifiers.
Just as I was sitting in the hotel rooms I noticed the remarks from Dzyuba and they were very good I thought – as how he talked about the supporters getting behind the Russian national group and being really supportive, Clarke explained.
There has been a time when there was a disconnect between the Russian fans and the Russian team and they have that togetherness.
Hopefully we could build that with the Scottish fans and find ourselves participate in a championship that a portion of it will be in Scotland.

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