Regan says Mackay is not
Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan has ruled Malky Mackay out of the running to be the next permanent Scotland manager.
Mackay was handed the reins on a caretaker basis after Gordon Strachan lost his job last month, but is set to return to his role as SFA performance director after facing Holland in a friendly. Regan had already stated Mackay could not do both jobs on a longer-term basis, but has now declared the former Cardiff manager will not be switching roles.
When asked if Mackay was a genuine contender, Regan told TALKSPORT radio: “No, Malky and I have discussed this. He’s got a big job on his hands, he’s said that himself. He’s been asked by the board