Scotland boss Craig Levein: "No one is more frustrated than me"

Craig Levein
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Scotland manager Craig Levein says that he understands the fans' 'frustrations' after his side failed to score in a 0-0 draw with Serbia on Saturday.

Scotland manager Craig Levein is hopeful that his side will top their 2014 World Cup qualifying group, despite an unsettled start to their campaign.

The Scots failed to find the breakthrough in a goalless draw against Serbia on Saturday but have the chance to revive their World Cup prospects with a clash against Macedonia tomorrow.

"I can understand the frustration and no one is more frustrated than me," said Levein. "If we win tomorrow night, and results go our way, we could be top of the group."

Levein also revealed that he is yet to decide on whether to hand youngster Jordan Rhodes a starting spot.

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