0 Have your say Scotland could run out in front of one of the smallest home crowds for a qualifying match when they take on San Marino this evening but manager Steve Clarke says the players cannot allow that to affect their performance as they seek out a much-needed win to bolster the mood among the Tartan Army. The current record low for a Hampden turnout during a qualifying campaign was set in 1975 when a paltry 11,375 showed up for the December clash with Romania, but with just 10,000 tickets sold, including those that are part of the season ticket package, only complimentary briefs, handed out to schools, look capable of possibly elevating this afternoon’s tally beyond the current low.“If the stadium was empty, we still have to win the game,” said the Scotland boss, aware of the growing apathy. “We have to go into the game, not looking for the crowd to give us anything. We have to go to win the game, whatever crowd is there. If we can win the game and hopefully put on a good performance, they enjoy the game and that will be the most important thing.“What’s gone is gone. But everything we… Read full this story
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