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.
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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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.
PROPOSALS have been submitted to erect a statue of legendary Celtic and Scotland manager Jock Stein in his hometown.
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.
A PORTRAIT of football legend Jock Stein by one of Scotland's top artists is to go under the hammer.
THE first medal won by Jock Stein as a Celtic player is to be auctioned next month.
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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