Euro 2020: Sam Allardyce Backs ‘Strong’ England But Alex McLeish Says Scotland Could Beat Them | GMB

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    As Euro 2020 finally kicks off (keep up to date with all the action on the ITV Hub ➡️https://bit.ly/37kf3wD) former England manager Sam Allardyce backs the Four Lions as the ‘strongest’ squad in the tournament but former Scotland manager Alex McLeish thinks the Scots have what it takes to knock them down a peg in their clash in the group stages.

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