The Tartan Army finally turned on the SFA during the 2-0 European Championship win over San Marino.
After losing 3-0 to Kazakhstan on Thursday the SFA went into hiding over what is now regarded as the worst result in Scotland’s international history.
McLeish had four Celtic players in his side that lost to the Kazakhs and the luxury of naming Scott McTominay, outstanding for Manchester United as they knocked Paris Saint Germain out of the Champions League, on the bench.
Seems the Tartan Army aren’t too excited by this victory over the lowest ranked side in the world ???????? pic.twitter.com/YuJGSDgLrG
— Michael Stewart (@mstewart_23) March 24, 2019
Kenny McLean headed Scotland into an early lead against San Marino but after that Alex McLeish’s side struggled to make an impact on the part-timers.
From early in the second half chants of ‘Sack the Board’ could be heard before they gave way to ‘F*** the SFA’.
With a win secured the SFA will close ranks round McLeish with the next round of fixtures falling in June just after the expected coronation of Rod Petrie to replace Alan McRae as SFA president.