We'll still have a Scottish team even if we vote no. Guam, Puerto Rico, New Caledonia, Tahiti and many others all have international teams and they are not official 'countries'.
We should do the honourable thing on a no vote and offer our UEFA spot to Greenland or a possible Catalonian state (even if legally unrecognised by the Spanish state, they will vote yes in a referendum this year). Kosovo is a sticky wicket, so I'm sitting on the fence for that suggestion.
We'll probably vote no, the SFA and SPL/SFL will still exist. Life will continue in the halfway house.
There's a Norweigan-Portuguese football fan who follows the Portuguese league, and he mentions that Gauld is already hitting the books of learning the lingo and will stay in the academy base to begin with to get into the history of the club.
According to wiki, he's been given the number 10 jersey too.