Scotland Depends On Chris Hoy And Andy Murray For Six Nation’s Glory

Even though Andy Murray has won Wimbledon, he is now a great part of Scotland to win the Six Nations glory.

Chris Hoy has also retired from cycling after winning six gold in Olympics but even then, he has become an important member of Vern Cotter’s squad.

Kiwi Cotter paid his respects before the autumn tests started as brought great personalities like Andy Irvine, Sir Ian McGeechan and Jim Telfer to seek advice and thus proved his humility.

The down to earth nature of Kiwi has gotten the attention of players who are in the team only due to his return. It was two years ago that Scotland started playing really poorly and panicked. In the game against Tonga at Pittodrie, they lost focus and also suffered a defeat of 21-15 which was extremely humiliating to coach Andy Robinson. He then resigned.

The previous victories of Scotland were mainly in Grand slams over Australia and England. There were some really great highlights that were memorable during the tests against New Zealand and Australia that were held this month.

Cotter made a full imagery that is iconic starting from the Highlands to the Lowlands and all this happened when a military piper arrived at the camp just before the game started against the All Blacks. He was talking about the role he played in warfare of 21st century.

Cowman said that even though Vern is from New Zealand, he had done all kinds of research and also asked about the victories that the Scottish sport has seen. Outside of rugby even Murray and Chris Hoy came up. Vern is the person who made them realize what they were playing for and there are many things that are very personal but giving them motivation to play further.

Chris Hoy crashing at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014. Head-on view from Molecombe corner grandstand

Chris Hoy receiving his 6th gold medal