Former Rangers man Kris Boyd believes Fulham's Kevin McDonald should be in the Scotland squad, brandishing the call-ups a "laughing stock".
Fulham's vice-captain was overlooked once again for the national side, this time by interim manager Malky Mackay, as Scotland prepare to face the Netherlands in a friendly at Pittodrie this week.
McDonald has never got a cap for Scotland, despite being called-up in the past, and fans at Fulham are quite surprised that their most consistent performer keeps getting overlooked for the national team.
And former Rangers striker Boyd agrees, suggesting some of the call-ups to the squad were more to do with selling tickets than ability.
He told BBC Scotland : "It's for the SFA and Malky [Mackay] to appease the fans and media who didn't like Gordon and then there's the key thing - to sell tickets. That's why they're all in the squad.
"When you go down the road, Paul Coutts, Sheffield United, flying, Kevin McDonald has come back to form for Fulham, captain, flying.
"[Graeme Shinnie is] not good enough.
"He's not going to play at left-back because even Barry Douglas, who's at the top of the Championship [with Wolves] can't get in.
"As for central midfield; I watched [Celtic trio] Scott Brown, Stuart Armstrong and Callum McGregor run all over the top of him last week."