Scotland United – November news from the SFA

Scotland United – the Scottish FA’s monthly magazine – is back for its second episode.

This month David Weir talks about grassroots football, having giving a coaching session at the Bank of Scotland Midnight Leagues annual award ceremony.

The SFA’s Head of Coach Education Donald Park and Arbroath player-manager Paul Sheerin discuss coaching education and progressing within the SFA setup.

Away from the grassroots game, SFA Chief Executive Stewart Regan discusses the headline news from the last month – the departure of Craig Levein as Scotland manager after taking just two points from their opening four World Cup 2014 qualifying games.

Meanwhile Scottish international Megan Sneddon relives the agony of not qualifying for Euro 2013 in the dying seconds of their play-off with Spain.

Check out the second episode of Scotland United (below) and tell us what you think.

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Freelance writer, editor and copywriter, with a passion for grassroots sport. A right back turned football writer, Dan is the former editor of Club Website and has been lucky enough to work in the field of grassroots and community sport for the last 10 years.

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