Joe would jump at chance to take over

Joe Jordan today told the Scottish Football Association he would love the opportunity to manage his country.

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The international legend has been backed by fellow internationals Graeme Souness and Gordon McQueen to replace Craig Levein.

"You want to be at the top of your profession as a coach, as a manager," said Jordan.

"As a Scotsman you want it to be the Scotland job. If you ask me if I'd be interested in the job, yes I am.

"I want to continue to be involved in football, whether that is manager or something else.

"But time will tell, we'll wait and see what happens."

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