Jock Stein

Jock Stein

Interview: Jessie and Margaret Stein, sisters of Celtic's greatest manager

One spring morning in 2010, almost 25 years after his death, two elderly ladies in Burnbank, Jessie McNeill and Margaret McDaid - Jock Stein's two surviving sisters - put on a pot of tea and made themselves comfortable in the front room.And then they spoke publicly about their extraordinary brother for the first time.

Glenn Gibbons: Brews with Jock Stein were Alex Ferguson's cup of tea

No event could have provided a more appropriate - or poignant - reminder of the revolutionary changes in football in modern times than the recently-marked 25th anniversary of the death of Jock Stein.

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Jock Stein's legacy gives Neil Lennon extra drive for glory

AS APPLAUSE rings around Celtic Park this afternoon to commemorate yesterday's 25th anniversary of Jock Stein's death, Neil Lennon will spend a moment to reflect on the size of the task facing him in the shadow of such greatness.

Statue tribute to Jock Stein

PROPOSALS have been submitted to erect a statue of legendary Celtic and Scotland manager Jock Stein in his hometown.

Fans will pay tribute to Stein as memorial plaque is re-sited

JOCK Stein will be commemorated prior to today's friendly between Wales and Scotland when a plaque in tribute to the former Scotland manager is re-sited.

Jock Stein portrait to go under hammer

A PORTRAIT of football legend Jock Stein by one of Scotland's top artists is to go under the hammer.

Stein medal goes under the hammer

THE first medal won by Jock Stein as a Celtic player is to be auctioned next month.

PM dashes hopes that Stein could be given knighthood

A PETITION calling for the former Celtic manager Jock Stein to be awarded a posthumous knighthood has been rejected by Gordon Brown, the Prime Minister.

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