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Gordon Strachan preparing Scotland for crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on artificial turf 

Scotland will play their first competitive game on artificial turf in their crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania in two weeks and Gordon Strachan has revealed that he will attempt to familiarise his players with a similar surface when they assemble next week. The LFF stadium in Vilnius will host the Scots on September 1 – and also England’s final Group F fixture on October 8 – with Strachan’s men aware that anything less than a win will render their play-off hopes virtually redundant. After announcing his squad for the double header with Lithuania and Malta, the manager acknowledged that the Vilnius playing surface would be a factor in his preparatory timetable, while declaring that he was not unduly worried about it. “It’s just something that’s got to be dealt with,” he said. “It’s more like Kilmarnock’s playing surface than any others. A lot of the guys have played on artificial surfaces, so we looked about and we’ve found a place that we think is similar. Then you’ve got to decide how long you want to train on it.” In 2016 the Rangers striker, Martyn Waghorn, was injured at Rugby Park and the Ibrox club reacted with a statement that “the unforgiving Rugby Park surface resulted in bruising and lacerations which were immediately visible.” Strachan isn't overly concerned about the pitch in Lithuania Credit: REUTERS The then Kilmarnock chairman, Michael Johnston, said: "The 3G pitch at Rugby Park is not only FIFA 2 star compliant, but also meets the higher standards set by international rugby.” Although Celtic became the latest club to play at Kilmarnock in their 2-0 Scottish Premiership win on Saturday, Strachan has budgeted for those unfamiliar with the surface. “The lads in the Premier League in England, or the Championship, don’t really train on that at all, so we need to speak to our sports people,” he said. “But the players shouldn’t get too spooked at all because the actual surfaces are not that bad now - nowhere near like the days QPR and Luton Town were like cement you were playing on. “It was crazy — nobody could play on that. We’ve got a place where we'll train, but not Kilmarnock. We just thought the travelling there and back would be too much.” Celtic’s current domination of the Scottish game was reflected by the inclusion of six Hoops players in a 27-strong squad. There were no representatives from Aberdeen or Rangers, although Christophe Berra of Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian’s Steven Whittaker were both included amongst the defenders. Leigh Griffiths is one of seven Celtic players in the squad Credit: PA Also amongst the defensive contingent is Andrew Robertson, whose move to Liverpool has gratified the manager. “There are clubs where you sign, you turn up, you play and you see how it goes, but when you are talking about teams like Liverpool you must win,” Strachan said. “I am sure he will enjoy that pressure. He has been asked questions all through his life and he has answered them. He is ready now for that top club. “There was a plateau at Hull when he first got there and he dealt with that. He has no fear going forward. His fitness is fantastic so he can go on these runs that others might not go on because they find it difficult getting back.” One new face in the squad is that of Jordan Archer, the Millwall goalkeeper, who will almost certainly not see action but gets a call-up because Hull’s David Marshall is injured. Robert Snodgrass, meanwhile, is surplus to requirements at West Ham but, although the midfielder’s future is uncertain, Strachan wants the player’s involvement with Scotland to offer him continuity. Snodgrass is already out of favour at West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “Is it a show of loyalty? Yes, but it’s also an understanding of his ability to make things happen – and he’s show he can make things happen here,” he said. “It’s not blind loyalty, because I do show loyalty to everybody who’s given it to us and to the group.” Scotland’s most recent outing, of course, was in the 2-2 draw with England at Hampden Park when Leigh Griffiths’ two dazzling free kick strikes gave Strachan’s side a late lead which was cancelled in injury time by Harry Kane’s equaliser. “I keep thinking about the excitement of that 15 minutes rather than a point won or two points lost,” said Strachan. “It kind of got through to the point where I thought: ‘Hmm, it was definitely two points lost’ It was an emotional game and it took us a wee while to get over it.      “For the next month it was non-stop, people telling me how it felt at the time. Even English people I know felt desperate for us, which I found hard to believe. They must have been patronising us - but they knew it was hard for us to take.” Local support  

Gordon Strachan preparing Scotland for crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on artificial turf 

Scotland will play their first competitive game on artificial turf in their crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania in two weeks and Gordon Strachan has revealed that he will attempt to familiarise his players with a similar surface when they assemble next week. The LFF stadium in Vilnius will host the Scots on September 1 – and also England’s final Group F fixture on October 8 – with Strachan’s men aware that anything less than a win will render their play-off hopes virtually redundant. After announcing his squad for the double header with Lithuania and Malta, the manager acknowledged that the Vilnius playing surface would be a factor in his preparatory timetable, while declaring that he was not unduly worried about it. “It’s just something that’s got to be dealt with,” he said. “It’s more like Kilmarnock’s playing surface than any others. A lot of the guys have played on artificial surfaces, so we looked about and we’ve found a place that we think is similar. Then you’ve got to decide how long you want to train on it.” In 2016 the Rangers striker, Martyn Waghorn, was injured at Rugby Park and the Ibrox club reacted with a statement that “the unforgiving Rugby Park surface resulted in bruising and lacerations which were immediately visible.” Strachan isn't overly concerned about the pitch in Lithuania Credit: REUTERS The then Kilmarnock chairman, Michael Johnston, said: "The 3G pitch at Rugby Park is not only FIFA 2 star compliant, but also meets the higher standards set by international rugby.” Although Celtic became the latest club to play at Kilmarnock in their 2-0 Scottish Premiership win on Saturday, Strachan has budgeted for those unfamiliar with the surface. “The lads in the Premier League in England, or the Championship, don’t really train on that at all, so we need to speak to our sports people,” he said. “But the players shouldn’t get too spooked at all because the actual surfaces are not that bad now - nowhere near like the days QPR and Luton Town were like cement you were playing on. “It was crazy — nobody could play on that. We’ve got a place where we'll train, but not Kilmarnock. We just thought the travelling there and back would be too much.” Celtic’s current domination of the Scottish game was reflected by the inclusion of six Hoops players in a 27-strong squad. There were no representatives from Aberdeen or Rangers, although Christophe Berra of Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian’s Steven Whittaker were both included amongst the defenders. Leigh Griffiths is one of seven Celtic players in the squad Credit: PA Also amongst the defensive contingent is Andrew Robertson, whose move to Liverpool has gratified the manager. “There are clubs where you sign, you turn up, you play and you see how it goes, but when you are talking about teams like Liverpool you must win,” Strachan said. “I am sure he will enjoy that pressure. He has been asked questions all through his life and he has answered them. He is ready now for that top club. “There was a plateau at Hull when he first got there and he dealt with that. He has no fear going forward. His fitness is fantastic so he can go on these runs that others might not go on because they find it difficult getting back.” One new face in the squad is that of Jordan Archer, the Millwall goalkeeper, who will almost certainly not see action but gets a call-up because Hull’s David Marshall is injured. Robert Snodgrass, meanwhile, is surplus to requirements at West Ham but, although the midfielder’s future is uncertain, Strachan wants the player’s involvement with Scotland to offer him continuity. Snodgrass is already out of favour at West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “Is it a show of loyalty? Yes, but it’s also an understanding of his ability to make things happen – and he’s show he can make things happen here,” he said. “It’s not blind loyalty, because I do show loyalty to everybody who’s given it to us and to the group.” Scotland’s most recent outing, of course, was in the 2-2 draw with England at Hampden Park when Leigh Griffiths’ two dazzling free kick strikes gave Strachan’s side a late lead which was cancelled in injury time by Harry Kane’s equaliser. “I keep thinking about the excitement of that 15 minutes rather than a point won or two points lost,” said Strachan. “It kind of got through to the point where I thought: ‘Hmm, it was definitely two points lost’ It was an emotional game and it took us a wee while to get over it.      “For the next month it was non-stop, people telling me how it felt at the time. Even English people I know felt desperate for us, which I found hard to believe. They must have been patronising us - but they knew it was hard for us to take.” Local support  

Gordon Strachan preparing Scotland for crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on artificial turf 

Scotland will play their first competitive game on artificial turf in their crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania in two weeks and Gordon Strachan has revealed that he will attempt to familiarise his players with a similar surface when they assemble next week. The LFF stadium in Vilnius will host the Scots on September 1 – and also England’s final Group F fixture on October 8 – with Strachan’s men aware that anything less than a win will render their play-off hopes virtually redundant. After announcing his squad for the double header with Lithuania and Malta, the manager acknowledged that the Vilnius playing surface would be a factor in his preparatory timetable, while declaring that he was not unduly worried about it. “It’s just something that’s got to be dealt with,” he said. “It’s more like Kilmarnock’s playing surface than any others. A lot of the guys have played on artificial surfaces, so we looked about and we’ve found a place that we think is similar. Then you’ve got to decide how long you want to train on it.” In 2016 the Rangers striker, Martyn Waghorn, was injured at Rugby Park and the Ibrox club reacted with a statement that “the unforgiving Rugby Park surface resulted in bruising and lacerations which were immediately visible.” Strachan isn't overly concerned about the pitch in Lithuania Credit: REUTERS The then Kilmarnock chairman, Michael Johnston, said: "The 3G pitch at Rugby Park is not only FIFA 2 star compliant, but also meets the higher standards set by international rugby.” Although Celtic became the latest club to play at Kilmarnock in their 2-0 Scottish Premiership win on Saturday, Strachan has budgeted for those unfamiliar with the surface. “The lads in the Premier League in England, or the Championship, don’t really train on that at all, so we need to speak to our sports people,” he said. “But the players shouldn’t get too spooked at all because the actual surfaces are not that bad now - nowhere near like the days QPR and Luton Town were like cement you were playing on. “It was crazy — nobody could play on that. We’ve got a place where we'll train, but not Kilmarnock. We just thought the travelling there and back would be too much.” Celtic’s current domination of the Scottish game was reflected by the inclusion of six Hoops players in a 27-strong squad. There were no representatives from Aberdeen or Rangers, although Christophe Berra of Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian’s Steven Whittaker were both included amongst the defenders. Leigh Griffiths is one of seven Celtic players in the squad Credit: PA Also amongst the defensive contingent is Andrew Robertson, whose move to Liverpool has gratified the manager. “There are clubs where you sign, you turn up, you play and you see how it goes, but when you are talking about teams like Liverpool you must win,” Strachan said. “I am sure he will enjoy that pressure. He has been asked questions all through his life and he has answered them. He is ready now for that top club. “There was a plateau at Hull when he first got there and he dealt with that. He has no fear going forward. His fitness is fantastic so he can go on these runs that others might not go on because they find it difficult getting back.” One new face in the squad is that of Jordan Archer, the Millwall goalkeeper, who will almost certainly not see action but gets a call-up because Hull’s David Marshall is injured. Robert Snodgrass, meanwhile, is surplus to requirements at West Ham but, although the midfielder’s future is uncertain, Strachan wants the player’s involvement with Scotland to offer him continuity. Snodgrass is already out of favour at West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “Is it a show of loyalty? Yes, but it’s also an understanding of his ability to make things happen – and he’s show he can make things happen here,” he said. “It’s not blind loyalty, because I do show loyalty to everybody who’s given it to us and to the group.” Scotland’s most recent outing, of course, was in the 2-2 draw with England at Hampden Park when Leigh Griffiths’ two dazzling free kick strikes gave Strachan’s side a late lead which was cancelled in injury time by Harry Kane’s equaliser. “I keep thinking about the excitement of that 15 minutes rather than a point won or two points lost,” said Strachan. “It kind of got through to the point where I thought: ‘Hmm, it was definitely two points lost’ It was an emotional game and it took us a wee while to get over it.      “For the next month it was non-stop, people telling me how it felt at the time. Even English people I know felt desperate for us, which I found hard to believe. They must have been patronising us - but they knew it was hard for us to take.” Local support  

Gordon Strachan preparing Scotland for crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania on artificial turf 

Scotland will play their first competitive game on artificial turf in their crucial World Cup qualifier against Lithuania in two weeks and Gordon Strachan has revealed that he will attempt to familiarise his players with a similar surface when they assemble next week. The LFF stadium in Vilnius will host the Scots on September 1 – and also England’s final Group F fixture on October 8 – with Strachan’s men aware that anything less than a win will render their play-off hopes virtually redundant. After announcing his squad for the double header with Lithuania and Malta, the manager acknowledged that the Vilnius playing surface would be a factor in his preparatory timetable, while declaring that he was not unduly worried about it. “It’s just something that’s got to be dealt with,” he said. “It’s more like Kilmarnock’s playing surface than any others. A lot of the guys have played on artificial surfaces, so we looked about and we’ve found a place that we think is similar. Then you’ve got to decide how long you want to train on it.” In 2016 the Rangers striker, Martyn Waghorn, was injured at Rugby Park and the Ibrox club reacted with a statement that “the unforgiving Rugby Park surface resulted in bruising and lacerations which were immediately visible.” Strachan isn't overly concerned about the pitch in Lithuania Credit: REUTERS The then Kilmarnock chairman, Michael Johnston, said: "The 3G pitch at Rugby Park is not only FIFA 2 star compliant, but also meets the higher standards set by international rugby.” Although Celtic became the latest club to play at Kilmarnock in their 2-0 Scottish Premiership win on Saturday, Strachan has budgeted for those unfamiliar with the surface. “The lads in the Premier League in England, or the Championship, don’t really train on that at all, so we need to speak to our sports people,” he said. “But the players shouldn’t get too spooked at all because the actual surfaces are not that bad now - nowhere near like the days QPR and Luton Town were like cement you were playing on. “It was crazy — nobody could play on that. We’ve got a place where we'll train, but not Kilmarnock. We just thought the travelling there and back would be too much.” Celtic’s current domination of the Scottish game was reflected by the inclusion of six Hoops players in a 27-strong squad. There were no representatives from Aberdeen or Rangers, although Christophe Berra of Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian’s Steven Whittaker were both included amongst the defenders. Leigh Griffiths is one of seven Celtic players in the squad Credit: PA Also amongst the defensive contingent is Andrew Robertson, whose move to Liverpool has gratified the manager. “There are clubs where you sign, you turn up, you play and you see how it goes, but when you are talking about teams like Liverpool you must win,” Strachan said. “I am sure he will enjoy that pressure. He has been asked questions all through his life and he has answered them. He is ready now for that top club. “There was a plateau at Hull when he first got there and he dealt with that. He has no fear going forward. His fitness is fantastic so he can go on these runs that others might not go on because they find it difficult getting back.” One new face in the squad is that of Jordan Archer, the Millwall goalkeeper, who will almost certainly not see action but gets a call-up because Hull’s David Marshall is injured. Robert Snodgrass, meanwhile, is surplus to requirements at West Ham but, although the midfielder’s future is uncertain, Strachan wants the player’s involvement with Scotland to offer him continuity. Snodgrass is already out of favour at West Ham Credit: GETTY IMAGES “Is it a show of loyalty? Yes, but it’s also an understanding of his ability to make things happen – and he’s show he can make things happen here,” he said. “It’s not blind loyalty, because I do show loyalty to everybody who’s given it to us and to the group.” Scotland’s most recent outing, of course, was in the 2-2 draw with England at Hampden Park when Leigh Griffiths’ two dazzling free kick strikes gave Strachan’s side a late lead which was cancelled in injury time by Harry Kane’s equaliser. “I keep thinking about the excitement of that 15 minutes rather than a point won or two points lost,” said Strachan. “It kind of got through to the point where I thought: ‘Hmm, it was definitely two points lost’ It was an emotional game and it took us a wee while to get over it.      “For the next month it was non-stop, people telling me how it felt at the time. Even English people I know felt desperate for us, which I found hard to believe. They must have been patronising us - but they knew it was hard for us to take.” Local support  

Liverpool transfer news: Reds defender Connor Randall joins Heart of Midlothian on loan

Liverpool transfer news: Reds defender Connor Randall joins Heart of Midlothian on loan

Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly

Soccer Football - Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly - Edinburgh, Britain - July 14, 2017 Newcastle United's Aleksandar Mitrovic in action Action Images via Reuters/John Clifton

Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly

Soccer Football - Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly - Edinburgh, Britain - July 14, 2017 Newcastle United's Ayoze Perez in action Action Images via Reuters/John Clifton

Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly

Soccer Football - Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly - Edinburgh, Britain - July 14, 2017 Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez Action Images via Reuters/John Clifton

Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly

Soccer Football - Heart of Midlothian vs Newcastle United - Pre Season Friendly - Edinburgh, Britain - July 14, 2017 Newcastle United's Dwight Gayle in action Action Images via Reuters/John Clifton

Celtic fans are seen outside a pub in 'The Barras' market area,Scotland

Celtic fans are seen outside a pub in 'The Barras' market area, close to Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans are seen in Celtic Park,Scotland

Celtic fans are seen in Celtic Park during the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans walk from Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

Celtic fans walk from Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland,Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans celebrate in 'The Squirrel bar' in 'The Barras' market area of Glasgow,Scotland

Celtic fans celebrate in 'The Squirrel bar' in 'The Barras' market area, close to Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans react to play at Celtic Park,Scotland

Celtic fans react to play at Celtic Park during the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans gather outside Bar' 67 after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Scotland

Celtic fans gather outside Bar' 67 after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland,Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

A Celtic fan shows off his tattoos in Bar'67 after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

A Celtic fan shows off his tattoos in Bar' 67 after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park in front of the statue of Billy McNeill holding up the European Cup

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park in front of the statue of Billy McNeill holding up the European Cup, before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans react at Celtic Park during the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

Celtic fans react at Celtic Park during the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland,Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans react to a goal at Celtic Park,Scotland

Celtic fans react to a goal at Celtic Park during the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic player Kieran Tierney takes a selfie at Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

Celtic player Kieran Tierney takes a selfie at Celtic Park after the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans are seen in Celtic Park,Scotland

Celtic fans are seen in Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian,Scotland

Celtic fans gather outside Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Lisbon Lion Jim Craig talks to Celtic player Mikael Lustig outside Celtic Park,Scotland

Lisbon Lion Jim Craig (R) talks to Celtic player Mikael Lustig outside Celtic Park before the last match of the season against Heart of Midlothian, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain,May 21, 2017. Picture taken May 21, 2017 REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Celtic's Patrick Roberts shoots at goal

Britain Football Soccer - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park - 21/5/17 Celtic's Patrick Roberts shoots at goal Reuters / Russell Cheyne

Celtic's Scott Brown celebrates with the trophy after winning the Scottish Premiership

Britain Football Soccer - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park - 21/5/17 Celtic's Scott Brown celebrates with the trophy after winning the Scottish Premiership Reuters / Russell Cheyne

Celtic's Efe Ambrose celebrates with teammates after winning the Scottish Premiership

Britain Football Soccer - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park - 21/5/17 Celtic's Efe Ambrose celebrates with teammates after winning the Scottish Premiership Reuters / Russell Cheyne

Celtic's Scott Sinclair shoots at goal

Britain Football Soccer - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park - 21/5/17 Celtic's Scott Sinclair shoots at goal Reuters / Russell Cheyne

Celtic's Stuart Armstrong celebrates scoring their second goal

Britain Football Soccer - Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park - 21/5/17 Celtic's Stuart Armstrong celebrates scoring their second goal Reuters / Russell Cheyne

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers celebrates after winning the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic's Scott Brown celebrates with family after winning the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers celebrates after winning the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic's Efe Ambrose celebrates with teammates after winning the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic's Efe Ambrose celebrates with teammates after winning the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

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Celtic's Stuart Armstrong celebrates scoring their second goal

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Celtic's Scott Sinclair shoots at goal

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