Kenny Miller defends under-fire Scotland coach Craig Levein and says that he and his teammates must take the blame for their disappointing results.
Scotland international striker Kenny Miller has defended his coach Craig Levein following their defeat to Wales on Friday.
Levein has come under pressure after his side's 2-1 loss in Cardiff in their 2014 World Cup qualifier that saw them slip to fifth in Group A.
'We are 100% behind Craig," Miller is quoted as saying in the Daily Mail. "The buck stops with him, but we fully support him.
"We love working with him, we like the setup but we can only justify that by getting results on the park.
"In these first three games, we have let down ourselves and we have let down the manager."
Scotland are in Brussels for their fourth qualifier against Belgium on Tuesday.
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