THE Scottish national football team is now the underdog against a range of made-up countries.
Following a 3-0 defeat to Kazakhstan, Scotland fans are now dreading matches against places that exist only in literature or fantasy role playing games.
Bill McKay, from Edinburgh, said: “Ruritania, Lilliput and the druids from beyond the Ultra-Forest of Kwang must be relishing the prospect.
“At this point we need a fictional manager. I’d like us to show a bit of ambition and approach Eleven from Stranger Things.”
Current Scotland manager Alex McLeish said: “There are no minnows in world football anymore, even if their most popular sport is horseback sword-fighting.”
He added: “We did force the keeper to make an above average save.”