Former Scottish international, John Collins, has called for Berti Vogts to be sacked as Scotland manager.
Collins’ call for change has come after the 4-0 thrashing against Wales on Wednesday.
Collins told BBC Radio Five: “I don’t think he is the man for the job. They look like a team lacking motivation and passion.
“We don’t have a lot of talent, you have to say that, but what we do have needs to be motivated and inspired.”
Collins believes Vogts’ command of the language is hampering his ability to perform his duties effectively.
“What comes across to me in his interviews before and after games is that he doesn’t have a great grasp of the language first and foremost.
“When you’ve got limited players, what you have to do is make sure they’re motivated, and to motivate individuals you have to get into their minds and communicate with them.
“In the past we haven’t had the greatest teams but what we did have was 11 players going out on the park motivated, playing for each other and organised.
“We got results, we surprised a lot of teams and it was very rare that we got a going-over, as is happening just now.”