It's been revealed today that Hibs defender Paul McGinn has been drafted into the latest Scotland squad.
The 29-year-old has been included, along with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine, after sixwithdrawls from the squad.
McGinn has been added to the squad, as Scotland gear-up to face both Slovakia and the Czech Republic in the Nations League.
It's the first time the player has been called-up to a full squad, but he will see a few familiar faces in the squad, including brother John and team-mate Ryan Porteous.
A well deserved call-up for a player who has been outstanding since the day he arrived from St Mirren.
It would be brilliant to see him, along with Porteous get on at one point during the two games.
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