Levein wary of Scottish complacency
Friday 07 October 2011
Manager Craig Levein believes that if Scotland repeat their Hampden display against Liechtenstein when the two sides meet again in Vaduz tomorrow night it will bring an abrupt end to their Euro 2012 hopes.
Levein's men needed a dramatic 97th-minute header from defender Stephen McManus to win 2-1 in September last year.
"I get the chance to see Liechtenstein regularly," he said. "They have taken four points off Lithuania, and were very unlucky recently against Switzerland."
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