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The Motherwell manager, now Scotland coach, on making the transition from the terraces to the pitch

– : Stuart McCall
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All your childhood dreams come true in one afternoon at Wembley

– : Gordon McQueen
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The pride in wearing a Scotland jersey at a World Cup (or three)

– : Joe Jordan
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A great Scottish team ends a terrible streak against England and, recalls Pat Crerand, could have taken on the world

– : Pat Crerand
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Pat Stanton makes his Scotland debut and gets an early look at the coming force in international football

– : Pat Stanton
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Of all his many achievements, Graeme Souness chooses those his parents were able to share with him.

– : Graeme Souness
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A trip to Love Street turns into an unexpected party thanks to Albert Kidd....

– : Danny McGrain
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Captain for club and country, 600 games without a booking, and a man even Gento only knew one way past....

– : Eric Caldow
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Alan Hansen's true Scotland debut came as a fan, not a player, as a packed Hampden produced an illuminating experience.

– : Alan Hansen
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A splash of cash and a great title win.

– Morton: Derek Collins
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A hard-fought draw with the Arabs brings an end to a great era.

– Morton: Derek Lilley
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Coaching a group of Morton legends is a great honour

– Morton: John Gahagan
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Don't drink and play, unless you're getting watched by the scouts!

– Morton: Mark McGhee
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Morton legend remembers the glory years at Cappielow

– Morton: Marko Rajamaki
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john collins' penalty really was a dream come true

A cheeky wink to the camera and, later, a calmly slotted penalty made Scotland's 2-1 loss to Brazil in the opening game of World Cup 98 the most cherished moment of John Collins' career

– Scotland: John Collins
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Pat Nevin: King of the King's Road © The Herald

Chelsea's man of the match decides to leave Stamford Bridge not in a Humvee or Ferrari, but on foot, down the Kings Road, with his champagne in his hand. An old supporter approaches him and reminds him why he plays the way he plays

– Chelsea: Pat Nevin
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Zizou lights up the Glasgow night

If you thought Zinedine Zidane's goal in the final of the 2002 Champions League at Hampden was a bit special, you are not alone. Here's how the great man himself remembers it

– Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane
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