Darren Fletcher & Gordon Strachan
Darren Barr Fletcher (born 1 February 1984 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Manchester United. Gordon David Strachan OBE (born 9 February 1957) is a Scottish football manager and former player. He is currently without a club, having last managed Middlesbrough. /5
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Scotland boss Gordon Strachan has heaped praise on Darren Fletcher for leaving Manchester United in order to secure regular first-team
PIC | Gordon Strachan and Darren Fletcher speak to the media at ahead of match tomorrow
Great news that Darren Fletcher has been appointed vice-captain of Boost for both player and Scotland manager Gordon Strachan.
International Reds round-up Marouane Fellaini scored for Belgium in a 2-2 draw against Ivory Coast in Brussels to lead our round-up of Manchester United's international players. David Moyes' first major signing for the Reds nodded home a Dries Mertens corner with keeper Mande Sayouba in no man's land in the 17th minute before being replaced at half time. Antonio Valencia's Ecuador staged a remarkable recovery as they won 4-3 against Australia at The Den in London. The skipper saw his side fall 3-0 down but he eventually set up the leveller for Enner Valencia, after the Socceroos were reduced to 10 men. Edison Mendez then snatched a late winner deep into stoppage time following a cross by the United right winger. Darren Fletcher made his Scotland comeback as a second-half substitute, controlling midfield with Scott Brown and helping Gordon Strachan's men record an eye-catching 1-0 success in Poland. Brown notched the winner with 13 minutes remaining. Patrice Evra and Robin van Persie came face-to-face in P ...
That's what happens when you play Darren Fletcher, you lose 3 in a row, take note Gordon strachan
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan insists he will not rush Darren Fletcher back into his national team plans.
Gordon Strachan has welcomed the return to fitness of Darren Fletcher but insisted he will monitor the midfielder closely before recalling him to the Scotland team.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has welcomed Darren Fletcher's long-awaited return from injury but could wait before recalling the Manchester United midfielder, 29, to the national team.
Solskjaer backing United pal Fletcher to give Scotland boss Strachan big boost for Euro 2016 As Bayern Munich's class of 1999 would readily lament, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows a thing or two about impeccable timing. A last-minute flick of the baby-faced assassin's outstretched boot instantly bestowed him hero status at Manchester United; the Miracle of the Nou Camp ensuring the Old Trafford club were crowned the kings of Europe for the first time since 1968. Now manager of Molde in his native Norway, the still youthful-looking 40-year-old believes his friend and former club-mate Darren Fletcher is destined to make a timely return for Scotland, just as the nation's fortunes are finally in the ascendancy. A team-mate of Fletcher's when he took his reserve bow for the Red Devils, a quirk of fate ensured Solskjaer was also an opponent when Fletcher made his international debut in a 0-0 draw in Oslo in August 2003. And, after a chance meeting in Manchester recently, Solskjaer is convinced the 29-year-old Scot . ...
Scotland are missing a host of players, with seven members of the squad withdrawing, while Darren Fletcher, Steven Fletcher, Charlie Mulgrew, Charlie Adam and Kenny Miller were ruled out and Kris Commons announced his international retirement before manager Gordon Strachan made his selections. So who has made the starting XI? Team news coming right up...
Croatia v Scotland, 19:15 After six games of World Cup Qualification Group A Scotland have just two points, and anyone who thought the appointment of Gordon Strachan would mean an immediate upturn in their fortunes has been sorely disappointed to this point. Tonight the former Celtic boss takes his side to face Croatia, undefeated in six and yet to concede a goal on their home turf, where they boast a perfect record, and Strachan can probably look forward to a fairly torrid evening on the continent, given that his squad is not at full strength. So far he has seen his side lose all three away games and score just one goal in that process, so the 5/1 with VictorChandler on a 2-0 might be worth a look, with Mario Mandzukic 5/4 with the same people as an anytime scorer. Strachan may find some comfort in the fact Luka Modric misses out for Croatia, but will still have to deal with the likes of Darijo Srna and Mandzukic. The Scottish have some absentees of their own, with regular skipper Darren Fletcher still m ...
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan on Darren Fletcher: "The quicker he gets back, the better for Manchester United and for me."
New Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is keen for captain Darren Fletcher to return to the International fold as soon as possible.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan eager for Darren Fletcher return
Manager Gordon Strachan is eager to welcome captain Darren Fletcher back into his Scotland squad as he recovers...
Gordon Strachan has confirmed Scott Brown will be Scotland captain while Darren Fletcher is unavailable.
Gordon Strachan confirms Scott Brown as new Scotland captain Gordon Strachan has confirmed Scott Brown as the new Scotland captain ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Estonia. The Celtic skipper will lead the team out at Pittodrie and new Scotland boss Strachan said: "He already knows what it's like to be a captain with pressure and that made him favourite." Brown, 27, who will earn his 30th cap on Wednesday, said: "It's a huge honour, a thing you dream of when you're younger, captaining Scotland. "I've been lucky enough to do it for Celtic for the last couple of seasons and now to get the chance for this game for Scotland is a great honour." Gary Caldwell and Kenny Miller have shared captaincy duties in Darren Fletcher's absence, but Caldwell has returned to Wigan with an injury and 33-year-old Miller is unlikely to start as the Vancouver Whitecaps striker is in the middle of his close season. Strachan confirmed Caldwell's withdrawal was one of several from his squad, adding: "He's left. Grant (Hanley) ...
Darren Fletcher last week "don't sack Levein"...this week "Give Stark the job"...next week "Gordon Strachan is the right man for the job"
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