Levein pleased with Scotland squad
Saturday 26 May 2012
Scotland manager Craig Levein has every faith in his players to return home with a positive result against the United States - despite being without 11 players for the match.
Injury, illness and family reasons have all contributed to Levein making the trip to Florida without almost a dozen players who could have been in contention for the friendly.
"I look at the group that we've got here and I feel that we are quite strong," Levein said. "I don't think we have been in this position for a while. This will be a tough match. They are well above us in the rankings, they are an experienced team and they've got all their best players here."
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