McCall backs Moyes, Lambert & Mackay for Scotland job
Bradford City boss and former Scotland assistant Stuart McCall says there are plenty of strong candidates to take over from Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager.
Strachan's left his job after nearly five years in charge.
A statement from the Scottish FA says it's a mutual agreement - after the nation failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
He was due to be out of contract next month.
Scotland finished on a six-game unbeaten run - but missed out on a play-off spot.
McCall told Radio Yorkshire who he would like to take over:
"There are a couple of managers out there now who probably weren't available a couple of years ago as in David Moyes and Paul Lambert.
"Malky Mackay's in and about it, he's in the SFA so there's a few names or suggestions now that are probably stronger now than they were a couple of seasons ago."