Caldwell not ready to end cap career as long as national boss still needs him

Graeme Croser
March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p13
KENNY MILLER may be on the verge of passing on the torch to the next generation but his fellow Scotland veteran Gary Caldwell is more inclined to stick around.


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