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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Steve Clarke not blaming Scotland’s David Marshall for Patrik Schick wonder goal
Schick got the Czechs’ second with a sensational effort from just over the halfway line which caught Marshall out of his goal and unable to get back.
'I hope everyone involved in the tournament wants the game to be played'
Scotland boss Gregor Townsend suggested his side’s clash with Japan could go ahead behind closed doors.
Coveney says Ireland won't change its Rockall fishing policy 'on the back of a threat' from Scotland
Coveney said that it was important to “take the heat” out of the discussion around the disputed island.
Steve Clarke begins reign over Scotland with dramatic win against Cyprus
Oliver Burke scored an 89th minute winner for Clarke’s side.
Dazed and confused: Many Scots simply don't know what's next for their country
Scotland has been left reeling from the Brexit result. Do its people want another shot at independence?
Strachan coy over future after Scots' Euro flop
Strachan blamed bad luck for his country’s latest setback.
Here's the team that will attempt to deny Ireland a Six Nations title
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has made two changes for a clash with the ‘hugely motivated’ Irish.
Pics: Scotland welcomes its first same-sex weddings
Just lovely.
'Day of Destiny': The UK newspapers on Scotland's vote for independence
‘Don’t leave us this way’ writes The Mirror.
Opinion: What would Scottish independence mean for Ireland?
Whoever wins, we might see Ireland brought back into the picture as part of a broader ‘post-sovereign’ political framework.
Column: The countdown to Scotland's referendum is on – but many questions remain
The landmark referendum is to be held next September but, whatever the outcome, questions remain over how it might affect national identity and government policy in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland, writes Natalie Tennyson.
Drunken Scots force diversion of Ibiza-bound Ryanair flight
“They thought they had already arrived in Ibiza,” a police spokesman said, after the plane from Glasgow was forced to land at Beauvais airport in France.
Bad blood: Levein launches legal action over Scotland sacking
The Scots are winless in a ramshackle bid to qualify for the World Cup in 2014.