Sky Sports football expert Neil McCann believes Scotland manager Gordon Strachan could call time on his four-year reign after the defeat at Wembley. The hope of a unlikely victory to kickstart Scotlands World Cup qualification hopes were dashed in London as three headers sealed a comfortable win for Gareth Southgates men. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. The result leaves the Scots languishing in fifth place in the Group F standings - with only Malta below them - and McCann feels a change at the top could be imminent. How did they rate? Check out our verdict on both teams from the Wembley encounter He told Sky Sports New HQ: Honestly, I think Gordon will maybe walk after this such was the hysteria and fall out after the Slovakia game and there was loads of clamour, people calling for him to go then.He still felt he was the right man for the job but I think after this defeat tonight he will probably take stock and he will be asked the question from the powers that be at the SFA whether he wants to continue and I dont know if he will, I honestly dont. Is former Scotland manager Alex McLeish (left) poised for a comeback? We have got a long break now until our next game in March and he might feel that for a new man to come in that is enough time for him to get around and make his own mind up on players, look at guys who are playing throughout the country and take stock. But Im not sure Gordon will be around after that. Strachans former Aberdeen and Scotland team-mate, Alex McLeish, is the current favourite to take on the job he left nine years ago.Other names in the frame include Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes, Sunderlands David Moyes, and Scotland U21 coach Scott Gemmill. Also See: Player ratings England 3-0 Scotland Strachan not thinking of himself Qualification standings Jean-Sebastien Giguere Ducks Jersey . -- Five former Kansas City Chiefs players who were on the team between 1987 and 1993 filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the team hid and even lied about the risks of head injuries during that time period when there was no collective bargaining agreement in place in the NFL. Ondrej Kase Jersey . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. http://www.authenticduckspro.com/Ryan-miller-ducks-jersey/ . 31, the CFL club announced Monday. 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He was asked about the inconsistency in his game (he said he needed to play more). And he was questioned about whether it was possible to play as he did when he won Congressional by a record margin (he said hed love to play like he did then but it would be pretty unlikely). Fast forward to this year and McIlroy is being asked almost all the same questions. Where is his game? What is the cause of the problems? Can he find things this week? He didnt offer up a grade of his 2013 campaign but judging by his record and his comments, its unlikely hed award himself anything close to a B. In fact, he might be headed for an F if he cant figure things out. But at the very least, hes working hard (he has once again been putting in marathon practice sessions this week) and has some good perspective on his troubles. "I was sort of in this position coming into this tournament last year in a way," said McIlroy, who last finished in the top 10 back in May. "I was coming off a fifth place in Akron, but the run of events before that wasnt so good. So obviously, yeah, you never hope to struggle or not to play well, but its going to happen. Its inevitable." In golf, more than any other sports, there are more lows than highs. A solid career can be one where you win only three or four times in 200 or 300 starts. You dont always win. In fact, you rarely win. Its just that, unfairly or not, we figured after such a wonderful start, McIlroy was bound to keep running up titles, competing for majors and taking on Tiger and Phil. At the very least, we believed hed play a whole lot better. With the slide, the fingers have been pointed at the causes. Could it be the equipment? His girlfriend? His change of agents? His moving to Florida? Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. And maybe. Certainly the rest of the world has felt comfortable chiming in on the issue. Nick Faldo said iit was the equipment change.dddddddddddd Gary Player suggested it might be the girlfriend. McIlroy believes it can all be attributed to something rather basic -- a poor swing, one that hes had trouble correcting. "First and foremost," he stated, "I just havent been swinging it the best this year. I got into a couple bad habits with my golf swing, and its just taken me a little bit longer to get out of them. Obviously when youre fighting that so much, its hard to play the golf that I want to play, which is fluid, which is free flowing, I guess. Thats the way I play my best." Listening to him talk, even though there are smiles and laughs, theres a sense that hes tired of struggling, tired of playing bad golf, tired of answering the questions. It bubbled over at the U.S. Open when he creased the shaft in his nine-iron after another bad swing. "Thats the thing," he said. "Theres been times this year where Ive really gotten down on myself and thats something that hasnt helped at all, and something that Im trying to get better at." When asked about his Ryder Cup teammate, Ian Poulter tried to put a little perspective on matters. "You know, I think sometimes we forget how young he is and what hes been able to achieve at a very early age. So the second he feels comfortable again, whether thats with his swing or equipment or whatever it is, then, you know, Rory will be winning golf tournaments. That natural swing of his doesnt just disappear overnight and I think hes had to cope with an awful lot of things and changes that hes had in the last 10 months, and its not just equipment and its not just media. I think theres been a lot of off-the-golf course things that have happened, management, etc., etc., that have all been a factor in whats happened this year." Theres a good way to answer all the questions, put an end to the comments and stop all the frustration -- just win. Might that come this week, just as it did a year ago? It seems unlikely but this is golf, a major, where anything can happen. ' ' '