“Andrew Robertson’s additionally a good player but Kieran has been doing at Champions League level .
Tom Boyd reckons Michael O’Neill and Paul Lambert suit you perfectly to become Scotland boss – because both would command instant respect in the dressing room.
“We only need Scotland to begin qualifying for tournaments again therefore the Tartan Army will go and revel in themselves.
“If Scotland can reach the finals of major titles again then that will lift the entire country and provide all of us a wee curiosity about the nation’s team.”
“Paul Lambert has additionally been pointed out and he’s another candidate who’d enter into that category. Paul is definitely someone who would get respect in the players who’re there. Paul continues to be there and also got the T-shirt.
“All the talk continues to be of Michael O’Neill but there’s the chance he could finish up elsewhere. What he’s completed with Northern Ireland alone makes O’Neill a great fit for Scotland.
“It’s unfair on him he’s been moved around by Scotland and that i certainly don’t think he should play right-back.
“For years we didn’t have left-backs at worldwide level so we have two great ones. But whomever the nation’s team manager is, Kieran ought to be performed in the best natural position.”
The 51-year-old, who went around the world Cup in 1998 included in the last national team to create a major finals, believes no matter whether Gordon Strachan’s successor is Scottish or otherwise.