Fair to assume Robin Galloway doesn't reside on the intellectual wing of the Tartan Army:
"IT'S only right that the stadium rings with a cacophony of boos.Yes, of course they did.
I hope we boo so loud no one can hear that dirge.
What do the people of Liechtenstein expect?
Of all the tunes in the world they could have, it just has to be the same tune as England's?
I think they've chosen it deliberately to wind us up."
Poor Gordon Peat has now attempted to clear up the mess caused by the idiots:
George Peat, the acting chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, has described last night's jeering of the Liechtenstein national anthem as "disgraceful" and issued a public apology.In the modern football age of CCTV and "in your face" stewarting, it wouldn't be that difficult to identify at least the worst culprits. Then, it's a simple matter of banning them from future internationals- Mr Galloway would be a good, high-profile start.
The Liechtenstein anthem, which has the same tune as God Save The Queen, was met with audible derision by some members of the Scotland support ahead of last night's match at Hampden Park, which Craig Levein's side won 2-1.
Peat said: "I was embarrassed and extremely disappointed by the disgraceful behaviour of some of our supporters during the Liechtenstein national anthem at Hampden Park last night.