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Scotland at Euro 2024 LIVE as Steve Clarke move takes Germany camp by surprise

We'll be coming? We're already there! Scotland touched down in Germany on Sunday and made quite the entrance.

John McGinn was the man of the moment yet again, joining in the traditional Bavarian dancing as the locals in Garmisch-Partenkirchen rolled out the red carpet as the boys in dark blue arrived in the town where their training base it.

It was all laughs and smiles as the mayor headed up the welcoming committee, but the serious stuff starts now as minds focus on the task at hand as Steve Clarke sets about becoming the first national boss to guide his team beyond the group stage of a major tournament.

And it doesn't come much tougher than the Euro 2024 hosts at home on the opening night. They may not have been at their best over the last couple of years, but Julian Nagelsmann's side never stopped being a serious outfit and a Scotland victory would surely rank as our best ever result.

That just highlights what we're up against in Munich, but it's an occasion to be relished rather than feared.

Record Sport are on the ground in Germany and we'll have all the latest from the Scotland camp as we countdown to kick-off on Friday.

Hibs and former Scotland keeper David Marshall has officially announced his retirement from football.

Arise, sir Dave. We'll always have that night in Belgrade.


Arrogance and the Germany national team. Two things that go together like a Bratwurst sausage and sauerkraut. And the Germans don’t mind admitting it.

Niclas Fullkrug was about to stop himself using the word at today's press conference in Nurnberg - but just said it anyway. Why not? If the Germans don’t have an air of self-confidence about them, you know something’s not right.

The big Borussia Dortmund striker was asked