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Andy Robertson forced out of Scotland training in first Euros training session

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ANDY ROBERTSON is the latest injury worry for Scotland ahead of the Euros.

The Tartan Army captain limped out of training during the first training session at their base in Germany.

Robertson, 30, is an indispensable member of the squad and recently broke the record for the most appearances as a Scotland captain.

The Liverpool defender was seen being led off for treatment less than an hour after taking to the field at Stadion am Groben in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

His place in the session was bizarrely filled by one of the KITMEN – former Celtic trainee Aidan McIlduff.

Hearts skipper Lawrence Shankland was also forced out of action this morning.

The 28-year-old scored his third international goal last week against Finland and is a contender to lead the line for when Scotland kick-off the tournament against the hosts on Friday evening.

Shankland scored 31 goals at club level this year, including 24 in the Premiership, as he forced his way into Steve Clarke’s plans.

More to follow.

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