By James Black
Celtic legend Jim Craig is convinced that Brendan Rodgers can manage Celtic and Scotland at the same time – but admits that the Celtic boss wanting to take on the dual-role is “another matter.”
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan left the national team post last week after a second successive failure to reach a major finals.
Lisbon Lion Craig would like to see Rodgers take on the job as part of a stunning dual job responsibility.
Rodgers has been tipped as a future England boss and it’s unlikely the Northern Irishman would want to take over the Scotland job as he competes at in Europe and domestically with Celtic.
Craig believes whoever takes over needs to qualify for Euro 2020 as, with games being played at Glasgow’s Hampden Park, it would be “hellish” not to have Scotland involved on the pitch.
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