I do feel for Berti Vogts in the current atmosphere. It is a testament to his character that he hasn’t buckled under the pressure of the mounting calls for him to quit as Scotland manager.
However, he has said that he should be judged by competitive results and things are not off to the best of start in that regard. I would say that if he can’t muster his team to a win against Moldova then he has to go.
And if he plays James McFadden in goal again, then he’s definitely out of a job 🙂