Stra­chan could be a politi­cian

The Courier & Advertiser (Dundee Edition) - - COMMENT -

Sir,– Con­grat­u­la­tions to Jamie Buchan for his ex­cel­lent ar­ti­cle (Oc­to­ber 10).

In­deed it is im­pos­si­ble for the NHS, po­lice and teach­ers to per­form bet­ter with higher de­mands, fewer re­sources and re­stricted fi­nance.

With re­gard to Gor­don Stra­chan, I find his re­sponse to com­ments by and ques­tions from the me­dia to be bizarre, ram­bling and way off ad­dress­ing the mat­ter un­der dis­cus­sion.

If he at­tempts to ex­plain his tac­tics, play­ing style, mo­ti­va­tion and for­ma­tions to the play­ers in the same vein as he re­sponds to the me­dia, con­fu­sion would surely re­sult.

Per­haps he hopes to make a fu­ture ca­reer in pol­i­tics?

Bill Wat­son. Seaton Es­tate, Ar­broath.

Af­ter Brexit, if we stay in the UK, there will be no guar­an­tee that pro­tec­tion for food qual­ity will re­main

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