Scottish Football Association chief Stewart Regan says he wants answers as to why the Scotland national teams World Cup hopes are already dashed.
Manager Craig Levein will have to answer to the SFA after his side recorded just two points from their opening four Group A matches which essentially has them out of the running for Brazil 2014.
Levein earns £400,000 a year and Regan feels it is fair to find out exactly why Scotland will be playing for nothing in their remaining qualifying fixtures.
“We’re four games into the campaign and we’ve got to reflect on what’s gone wrong,” said Regan.
“Why are we bottom of the group?
“And we need, as a board, to decide what happens next.
“When we’ve had the chance to sit down with him and the board we’ll make decisions on what happens next.
“The board will expect to understand why we are bottom of the group.
“We’ve gone into the matches with as much preparation as the manager has needed and we’ve tried to get off to a flying start and that hasn’t happened.”