A Scotland player says the jeers at Hampden are “understandable,” but the friendly results shouldn’t worry him.
Ryan Christie stays upbeat in spite of his losses to Northern Ireland and the Netherland

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    A Scotland player says the jeers at Hampden are “understandable,” but the friendly results shouldn’t worry him.
    Ryan Christie stays upbeat in spite of his losses to Northern Ireland and the Netherlands
    Writer: Graeme Macpherson
    Published at 22:35 GMT on March 27, 2024

Ryan Christie says any alarm is premature, even though Scotland might be resembling a Formula One car that won a race at a canter before losing all control of its brakes and steering.

Following their relatively easy qualification for the European Championships, Steve Clarke’s team has struggled with timing and direction. The loss to Northern Ireland on Tuesday night was the team’s eighth straight match.

Christie acknowledged this, but he maintained that the team will be back on track by the summer and that losing friendlies won’t really affect anything in the long run.

The Bournemouth forward remarked, “I can’t remember the last time we had a bad night at Hampden after the qualification route that we’ve just had.” It’s been incredible throughout the past few years.

“You begin to adjust to that. This served as a mild reminder that when teams come here to put them away, it requires a performance. It makes sense where the irritation is coming from. Our team hasn’t scored at Hampden in a long time.

“But we still have a lot of confidence heading into the summer, and maybe we can put on a strong show and get the job done at Hampden in the final game.” The fact that these games were meaningless is a plus. It’s not as though we were entering a

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