Craig Levein's sacking as Scotland manager has set in motion the search for a new man to blame for an average group of players. As yet the SFA search has yielded, ironically enough, SFA.
Gordon Strachan is the early frontrunner for the job and is understood to be very much interested in doing moderately well for less than half of his contract and bailing out for an English Premier League club job.
Other candidates include Joe 'jaws' Jordan who's understood to be chomping at the bit to deal with all the teething problems that managing Scotland entails. As well as needing an outlet to release his pent-up Rino Gattuso rage.
Current caretaker coach Billy Stark has given a reminder to SFA chiefs about his glaring availability and obvious candidacy.
And Alex Mcleish has been tipping everyone else for the job, surprising given his glorious spells at Birmingham and Aston Villa.
Meanwhile it's been revealed that Levein is effectively on 'gardening' leave as he continues to receive his full salary for the remainder of his contract. Making him Britain's second highest paid gardener after Alan Titchmarsh.
Despite that Levein is said to be suing the SFA as he "doesn't concur" with their decision to relieve him of his duties. The Tartan Army are in turn preparing their own lawsuit against Levein for not playing a striker in a vital World Cup qualifier, as they definitely "didn't concur" with that decision.