Glasvegas: 'We want to write a football song for Scotland'

Band want Gordon Strachan to rap for them

Glasvegas, feature in this weeks Radar. Pic: Danny North
Glasvegas have joked that they want to write a football song for the Scottish national team – and get Celtic manager Gordon Strachan to rap on it.

Speaking in the July issue of Loaded magazine, on UK newsstands now, frontman James Allan said that the only problem would be his country's team's skills for the promo video.

"That would be quite cool [writing a song for the team]," Allan said. "The last good football song was the New Order/England one in 1990 ['World In Motion'] – that's the standard.

"Maybe Gordon Strachan could do it for us – the Strach rap. The only thing is, I'm not sure the Scottish players could do five keepy-uppies for the video."

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