Scotland need a ‘hero’ following heavy Belgium defeat, says Billy Dodds

Scotland need a”hero” to propel future generations because their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2020 hang by a thread,” says striker Billy Dodds.
Even a 4-0 thrashing by Belgium on Sunday made it three defeats and you win from four games accountable for manager Steve Clarke.
After their demolition from Belgium, former Scotland striker Kris Boyd warned Scottish football hadn’t hit rock bottom.
“We want a hero,” Dodds told Sky Sports News. “We’ve got Andy Robertson. Gamers may inspire to go onto pitches.
“However, we need to have a merchandise on the pitch that’s likely to deliver success to get these kids interested. If you are not winning nobody’s interested.”
Dodds believes Clarke does not have the luxury of time to get the team working.
“We’re impatient in this country,” he explained. “We are aware that it’s a results business, I’ve been in the sport myself in case you do not win games you get the sofa it is as simple as that.
“Now I’m not saying Steve Clarke’s [in peril ], I believe he is the correct guy to take the country forward.”
The Scotland striker also required Leigh Griffiths be remembered to the national squad following Clarke’s side have managed in six group matches.
Dodds believes Scotland want a forward who can help build momentum and optimism at the following 24, build up to this Nations League playoffs.
“Leigh Griffiths will get you something from nothing as he did against England together with the two free kicks, so we need caliber in there,” Dodds said.
“We do not have enough good players at key places and we need competition for places up front.”
Scotland have conceded 13 goals up to now in the Euro 2020 group Dodds and phases thinks defence is a true cause for concern for both Clarke.
He said:”We certainly have to get better defensively because we have leaked goals not just against Belgium and Russia, we have leaked objects into Kazakhstan and to Cyprus.”

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