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Weir believes national role should be entrusted to a Scot

The net is being cast far and wide but the Scottish Football Association should reel in a home-grown manager to fill the vacant hot seat, according to David Weir, the former internationalist stalwart.

While Gordon Strachan remains the favourite to take over the reins of the national side from the sacked Craig Levein, the names of Lothar Matthaus and Lars Lagerback have been tossed into the pot.

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