Scotland manager Alex McLeish has named his starting XI for the must-win Euro 2020 qualifier against San Marino – and he has wielded the axe following the embarrassing defeat to San Marino by making seven changes.

Despite that, Scotland fans are less than impressed and have seen enough to want a change in the dugout rather than the starting XI.

The starting XI was confirmed on Twitter by the Scotland National Team official account – prompting a huge reaction from the Tartan Army.

Only Celtic pair Scott Bain and Callum McGregor, David Bates of Hamburg and Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna have retained their place in the starting XI from Astana as they look to pick up their first win of the campaign and put Thursday behind them.

McLeish’s side should surely make light work of their part-time opponents but optimism is in short supply amongst the Tartan Army after only one game.

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The only real positive is the return of skipper Andy Robertson after missing out in Kazakhstan following a gum infection.

Some fans are actively calling for McLeish and his assistants Peter Grant and James McFadden removed – regardless of the score against San Marino.

Here are some of the comments from the Tartan Army on Twitter:

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