Cap’s off to Kenny
Cambuslang’s Kenny McLean received his third international cap as Scotland won in Hungary last week.
The former Cathkin High School pupil was brought off the substitutes’bench with 20 minutes left to play in last Tuesday’s 1-0 win.
McLean, 26, who grew up in the Circuit area of Cambuslang, was excited by involvement at the dawn of another new set-up.
He has earned three caps under three managers in each of the last three years after Gordon Strachan (v Czech Republic, March 2016) and Malky Mackay (v Holland, November 2017).
He said:“It is a bit weird but no matter who is in charge, you just have to take everything in, be like a sponge, just listen to everything they have to say,.
“The aim is to get a bit of a run under one manager but I’m also aware there are plenty boys in my position looking to get in that team.
“If I am lucky enough to be involved again it will excellent.”
McLean joined up with Peter Grant, ex-Norwich City boss, who is now the assistant to McLeish at Scotland.
The local lad agreed to move from Aberdeen to Carrow Road this summer.