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(From The Journal)
CHRISTOPHE Berra considers his first start for Scotland in the Amsterdam ArenA on Saturday night to have been a success - but expects to be dropped for Stephen McManus against Iceland on Wednesday, writes RONNIE ESPLIN.
The Wolves stopper, 24, was drafted in for his fourth cap by George Burley as a straight replacement for regular centre-back McManus, who had failed to shake off an ankle injury.
With Burley's hard-working but limited side behind to first-half headers from Real Madrid striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar and Arsenal star Robin van Persie, Berra made his only real mistake of the game when he felled …