The Scotsman - - Perspective / Letters To The Editor -


Gor­don Stra­chan has left his po­si­tion as man­ager of the na­tional team af­ter Scot­land failed to qual­ify for next sum­mer’s foot­ball World Cup in Rus­sia. Spec­u­la­tion now rages as to who will re­place the for­mer Manch­ester United mid­fielder. @Jono­callaghan5 said: “All the best wee Gor­don Stra­chan! Still got us closer than we’ve been in a long time” @rfcjw of­fered: “Good news – Gor­don Stra­chan is gone. Bad news – David Moyes will prob­a­bly take over” @brave­heart­lynch com­mented: “I think a lot of the play­ers will be dis­ap­pointed at Gor­don Stra­chan’s de­par­ture. Some­thing that should have been taken into ac­count” @Ni­co­las­tur­geon added: “My best wishes to Gor­don Stra­chan. Scot­land manger is never an easy job, but he de­serves our thanks for his ser­vice” @Den­nynews said: “The SFA should se­ri­ously con­sider John Lam­bie for the Scot­land job”


The fourth an­nual ‘Buy Bri­tish Day’ – a so­cial me­dia cam­paign launched by sev­eral re­tail­ers – has at­tracted de­ri­sion. @Ot­to_english com­mented; “It’s #Buybritishday – so I’m hav­ing a nice bowl of Weetabix (Chi­nese) be­fore hop­ping on that Dutch-built red dou­ble decker to work” @ewan­gibbs ob­served: “Quite en­joy­ing see­ing Tories who usu­ally in­sist ‘the mar­ket knows best’ ask­ing con­sumers to ex­er­cise eth­i­cal judge­ment” @ffrinj added: “I am of­fi­cially on sale for 50p. Some­one please buy me and ex­port me to a dis­tant planet. Thank you” @ohopini­ate­done said: “I bought a Honda to­day – I couldn’t find any Rovers, Austins or Bri­tish Ley­land al­ter­na­tives”


Tourism quango Visitscot­land has said 39 of its 65 cen­tres would shut over the next two years, leav­ing 26 “high im­pact re­gional hubs”. @Jcalder­lib­dem com­mented: “Visitscot­land is clos­ing its Dun­fermline of­fice – I’m call­ing on them to re­verse this in Scot­land’s an­cient cap­i­tal” @Ker­rray­mond ob­served: “Visitscot­land to shut 39 tourist of­fices. Per­son­ally I think they serve the Bor­ders poorly. Change needed” @thinkplay­make said: “Close part­ner­ships with brands with en­gaged au­di­ences are es­sen­tial”

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