As 2023 comes to an end it has been another eventful 12 months in the world of Scottish football.
The biggest story of the year is the news that Scotland secured a place in next summer’s European Championships being held in Germany.
Domestically there was no shortage of big stories either with Celtic lifting a treble, both sides of the Old Firm changing managers and Rangers lifting the first piece of silverware of the 23/24 campaign.
We take a look back at some of the stories making headlines over the last year.
January: Barry Robson handed reigns at Aberdeen after Jim Goodwin sacked
March: Scotland beat Spain at Hampden to get qualification campaign of to a flyer
April: Hearts sack Robbie Neilson as Steven Naismith put in charge
May: Dundee replace city rivals United in the Premiership
June: Celtic complete world record domestic treble
June: Ange Postecoglou leaves for Tottenham and Brendan Rodgers returns
June: Late fight back in Oslo as Scotland beat Norway
July – December: Mixed bag for Scottish clubs in Europe
September: Nick Montgomery replaces Lee Johnson in Easter Road dugout
October: Scotland qualify for Euro 2024
October: Michael Beale replaced by Philippe Clement at Ibrox after poor start
December: Rangers win first silverware of 2023/24 season
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