CAPTAIN MARVEL Callum McGregor is one of three Celtic players called up by Steve Clarke to his Scotland squad for next month’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Norway and Georgia.
The midfield anchorman will be joined by team-mates Anthony Ralston and Greg Taylor for the crucial ties.
The Scots are scheduled to play the Norwegians – Manchester City’s freescoring Erling Haaland et al – in Oslo on June 17 before hosting the Georgians at Hampden three days later.
SCOTLAND THE RAVE…Celtic full-backs Anthony Ralston (above) and Greg Taylor are in Steve Clarke’s squad for next month’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Norway and Georgia.
There is also a return for ex-Hoops centre-back Jack Hendry, the Club Brugge defender who missed out on the last pool through injury.
Other former Celts to figure in the manager’s international plans are Kieran Tierney, Stuart Armstrong and Ryan Christie.
Clarke’s side began their campaign to reach next summer’s Euro 2024 Finals with back-to-back successes over Cyprus and Spain.
Angus Gunn, Zander Clark, Liam Kelly;
Liam Cooper, Jack Hendry, Aaron Hickey, Dominic Hyam, Nathan Patterson, Ryan Porteous, Anthony Ralston, Andy Robertson, John Souttar, Greg Taylor, Kieran Tierney;
Stuart Armstrong, Billy Gilmour, Lewis Ferguson, Ryan Jack, John McGinn, Callum McGregor, Kenny McLean, Ryan Christie, Scott McTominay;
Lyndon Dykes, Kevin Nisbet, Lawrence Shankland.