Scotland class acts melt hearts at Glasgow's Children Hospital with epic Super John McGinn chant

The Scotland squad were in good spirits as they capped off a special visit to Glasgow's Children's Hospital by treating kids and staff members alike to a rendition of one of the nation's most popular football songs.

The 28 players selected by Steve Clarke in the provisional squad for the Euros in Germany met up earlier this week for a training camp, which will be followed by warm-up friendlies against Gibraltar on Monday and at home to Finland at Hampden next Friday. The two games will give Clarke a final chance to assess his options, before he trims the squad down to 26 names for the flight to Germany next month.

But taking time out from their busy schedule, Clarke and his players left smiles on faces of local children after accepting a request to jump into a rendition of the "Super John McGinn" song heralding their talisman midfielder and Aston Villa skipper McGinn. Boss Clarke and assistant coach John Carver were also more than happy to join in with a chant that has become synonymous with the Tartan Army.

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