Stuart Findlay is convinced that his former Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke is capable of bringing much better success to the Scottish national side. Clarke took the Ayrshire side into third place in the Premiership and into Europe, once he took over in October 2017, after they had been underside of the table. He substituted Alex McLeish from the Hampden hot-seat in summer time but has listed one win – albeit two fittings were against Belgium, ranked # 1 in the entire whole world. After being called this week central defender Findlay is hoping to win his first Scotland cap and he also has absolute faith in the methods of Clarke. He explained:I wasnt involved with the previous squad but I was there to get the initial one and you could tell he did things that a comparable method to the way at Kilmarnock because obviously it had been a winning formula. I have a good deal of confidence it will breed success for Scotland too. I have worked with him long enough to know just how he operates and how he receives the boys playing with his way. I have full confidence that the outcomes for Scotland will be the manner that we want them very soon. Its about having faith. It could only be a great thing, When you have faith in the manager, that I know the boys at Kilmarnock certainly had and that I understand the boys at Scotland have. He even gave the team a foundation to build and individuals started to flourish under that. We have an individuality and also the players can build from that and obviously once you get some excellent results confidence begins to build and certain individuals begin to shine. Findlay insists his game and hes searching for the chance to show that at international level. He said:I came on leaps and bounds below the supervisor at Kilmarnock. It is a trust thing, Ive a lot more belief in what I could do. Ive been in several squads before and I know that Im capable of being this level and its something that I am looking to prove. Ive been given this opportunity and all I can do is try to do myself happy once Im here Read more here: http://test1.vba.co.mz/2019/12/06/shurmur-eli-is-starter-but-jones-getting-ready-to-play/