Craig Brown was the first Scotland manager to take his side to the European Championship and World Cup Finals in succession. He began his career as a professional footballer and was a member of Dundee's championship winning side in 1962, the only time the club has ever won the title. However, a knee injury brought a promising career to a premature end, and it was to be as a manager that Craig's talents really shone through. In this autobiography, he talks about the thrills and spills of this relentlessly demanding job and takes us behind the scenes, into the dressing room with its tensions, decisions, and celebrations.
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