Former Scotland boss Jim Telfer has called for the anthem Flower of Scotland to be scrapped ahead of their RBS 6 Nations clash with England.
The 69-year-old, who coached Scotland to a Grand Slam with victory over England in 1990, wants to see the Corries 1965 hit replaced by a more mature anthem.
And, speaking on the eve of the 20th anniversary of Scotland’s victory over England at Murrayfield, Telfer insists he has seen the song bring out the worst in Scotland fans.
He said: "It's amazing how people can go from being a lawyer one day to a lunatic the next.
"It just shows what happens when things are whipped up. It would be a sign of maturity if we got ourselves a decent national anthem.
"Back in 1990, it really got the crowd behind us, but I'd like to think we have moved on."