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Alex McLeish unveiled! (AUDIO)


Following his resignation from the Scotland job, Alex McLeish has been unveiled as the new man at the helm at St Andrews. The decision surprised some after a valiant effort from the Scots before just missing out on qualification for Euro 2008 and with the Tartan Army seeded 2nd for the World Cup qualifiers, the decision to join a struggling Premier League side raised a few eyebrows.

But McLeish revealed he missed the day to day running of a football club and is realising his dream by managing in the top flight of English football. Furthermore, he's looking forward to renewing his auld firm rivalry with Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill.

Audio Length: 6 Min 35 Sec

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 28 2007

Time: 12:05PM

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He's got his work cut out with the current players you do have, hope january will see some fresh faces come in?
will it ever happen
 

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