THE debate rages on. Murrayfield’s credentials as the new home of Scottish football have become a major talking point in recent weeks as the Scottish FA consider whether to stay at or leave Hampden Park when their lease expires in 2020.

With a capacity of 67,144, the capital ground is the largest in Scotland and has hosted major football fixtures featuring the likes of Celtic, Hibernian and Barcelona over the last ten years as well as Hearts’ recent home games against Aberdeen and Rangers as Tynecastle undergoes renovation.

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Former Scotland manager Craig Levein yesterday gave his backing to a move to Edinburgh, while Scottish Rugby’s chief operating officer Dominic McKay has laid out the case for Murrayfield to become a football venue after it hosted another sell-out crowd for Scotland’s opening autumn test against Samoa on Saturday.

Would you support a move to the capital and leaving Hampden behind?

Or would you like to see the lease extended at the Glasgow venue?

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