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Widely regarded as the father of modern Scottish football, Jock Stein was a giant of the game. His death in September 1975 at the end of the Wales-Scotland World Cup qualifying match in Cardiff was felt as a personal loss by the millions of fans who idolized him, and plunged Scotland into mourning. In this biography by the Scottish football writer Ken Gallacher, friends, fans and players share their memories of the man, his life and his legend. Born into a mining family, Jock Stein worked down the pits for eleven years ...

Jock Stein 1986, Hutchinson, London

ISBN-13: 9780091644109