Levein’s Scotland are bottom of their qualifying group after taking just two points from four matches.
“We’re all bitterly disappointed to find ourselves bottom of the group after four games,” said Stewart Regan, the SFA chief executive. “Looking back to the dates meeting, where we set out our fixtures, we were all hoping to get off to a much better start.
“I think we expected a difficult match against Belgium, recognising the quality of their team and how many of them are playing at the very highest levels of the Premiership.”
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