Scotland coach, Steve Clarke has come out to say that Kieran Tierney is fit and available for the match against England. He recently revealed that all the players in the squad are currently free from injuries.
According to him, it is definitely good news for the youngster and Scotland as a country because he would be a great addition to the team.
Tierney added that not starting the tournament made him really angry because he badly wants to play at such an important tournament.
His words, “Everybody fit and available, including Kieran.”
“It’s good news for Kieran, it’s good news for us, it’s good news for the Scottish supporters, so hopefully we can back all that up with a good result.”
“He’s trained fully the last two days, so he’s available for the whole game.”
Tierney added, “I was gutted, I was so down.”
“I stayed back and did rehab work. I was just so flat that day. I stayed back here trying to get fit for Friday and it was the longest day. It was a horrible day.”
“Watching the anthem was amazing but what I was feeling inside was terrible. I wanted to be there so much. I wanted to help the boys out, wanted them to do so well and not being able to help was hard to take. I was just in my room. I had to do rehab all day and took an hour or two off just to watch the game.”
“The pain itself probably wouldn’t stop you playing. It’s if you played on it, it could get a lot, lot worse and you could get out for a lengthy time. You can’t risk it, not with calves.”
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