Scotland boss Craig Levein has TWO games to save his job, claims the Scottish Sun.
The under-fire 47 year old is on the brink after a disastrous start to our World Cup qualifying campaign.
Levein has won just three of his ten competitive matches in charge of the national side which he took-over in December 2009.
SFA chief executive Stewart Regan refused to comment on the manager’s future.
Hampden insiders claim huge significance has been placed on next month’s crunch double-header against Wales and Belgium and no decision on Levein will be taken until after those matches in Cardiff and Brussels.
But it’s clear he will be expected to win one, if not both, if he’s to remain in the job.